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1. Lipo Battery Pack - Every Thing you Need to Know
May 25, 2017

So you should go lipo? Well you might have made the large choice and today you should know where to begin. Well one thing to take a look at is definitely the condition on your own gearbox. This will be among those times where you need to be very truthful on your own. Is it gearbox within the best shape it may be? When was the final time you shimmed the gearbox? When have you last grease the gearbox? For those who have not taken enough time to ensure that you do not have noise or play within your gears take that period now. You are going to pay later whenever a subtle oscillation becomes a... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

2. How To Make A Used Car Feel Brand New
January 26, 2017

Some people are so enamoured by that new car smell and shiny look that they don’t look twice at a used car dealership. For them, it’s new or nothing. But what a lot of drivers aren’t aware of is the fact that you can easily make a used car look and feel as though it was made yesterday. All you need is a small amount of time on your hands and a little bit of elbow grease. Here are few ways to fool observers into thinking your used vehicle has been pulled fresh off the production line. Clean Used cars at dealerships are washed down and made to look spick and span ready for a brand new... (read more)

Author: alex mcmillan

3. Shell, BP, Engen, Chevron and Total Lubricants lead the market share in the Automotive and Industri
August 02, 2016

South Africa lubricant market has witnessed considerable growth over the period 2010-2015 and has become a hub of operations for major players such as Shell, Engen, BP/Castrol, Total and Chevron. Automotive lubricants have contributed majority of the share in lubricants market in South Africa. Growth in vehicle sales have provided significant boost to the automotive lubricants market over the period 2010-2015. The growth in share of automotive segment has also been supported by growing use of high performance synthetic lubricants in South Africa which are majorly being demanded by the automo... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

4. Why Does My Septic Tank Fill up So Quickly?
March 23, 2016

Most Covington, GA, septic tanks need to be emptied about every 3 years. Some can last even longer than that. However, there are certain tanks that just seem to fill up no matter what you do. These tanks might need to be emptied every year so they don’t overflow into your house. Keep reading to find out why this keeps happening to you. Oils and Grease Fats, oils, and grease are some of the worst offenders when it comes to clogging your septic system. These products stick to the sides of your pipes and tank, forming clogs and making it nearly impossible for the septic system to do its job. M... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

5. Eco-friendly Dry Cleaning
February 02, 2016

Despite its name, commercial dry cleaning is not actually a “dry” process. Clothes are immersed in a solvent, most commonly perchlorethylene (perc), instead of in water. Perc or other similar solvents are effective in the removal of oil and grease-based stains without damaging or shrinking sensitive fabrics, unlike a regular detergents and fabric softeners. Eco-friendly Dry Cleaning Although dry cleaning is the most significant source of perc contamination, there are multiple alternatives to cleaning without perc and being consciously aware of health and the environment. The ... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

6. Exhaust Hoods keep the kitchen crispy fresh!
September 14, 2015

Exhaust Hood is the gift of modern technology that makes the life of chefs simple and convenient. Dust and fumes accumulate in the kitchen in spite of adequate measures of ventilation. They not only affect the aesthetics but also cause harm to the health of people working around. Installing a good quality hood throws out dust, smoke and grease and keeps the surroundings fresh and clean. Exhaust hood manufacturers in Bangalore offer specialized and generic models for various types of applications. It is advisable to search an appropriate model to achieve the maximum efficiency and performance. ... (read more)

Author: John Edward

7. Safety Tips for Gas Grills
September 01, 2015

Whether you are a connoisseur of the outdoors or a novice cook, gas grills are used well by many homeowners. When used correctly, they are very safe and a great asset to any house. Follow these tips for an enjoyable grilling experience. Keep it Clean Old grease is flammable. When you are about to fire it up for the season, clean off the buildup of old grease. To clean gas grills, grab a bottle of degreaser from your local home improvement store, spray it on, and wait five minutes. Then, simply rinse with water. Once you have it cleaned, go ahead and turn the grill up to its hottest t... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

8. Lock Repair Tips from the Pros
July 10, 2015

As reliable as they may be, door locks are not entirely maintenance free. But since the average homeowner knows next to nothing about these devices, they don't pay attention until there's a problem. Most of these issues do not require a visit from a licensed locksmith. A little information and a smidgen of elbow grease are all you need to handle the following lock repair problems on your own. Sticking and Seizing Even if you kept your keys completely clean (and most of us do not), wear and tear can cause grit and grime to build up inside your door locks. Over time, these accumulat... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

9. The Importance of Municipal Waste-water Effluent Treatment
June 19, 2015

Waste-water effluent treatment is vital to protect the health of the environment, the humans and animals in the region. When municipal waste-water enters a treatment facility and undergoes contaminant removal, the resulting product intended for discharge is known as effluent. It is critical that this effluent water be environmentally safe and fit for disposal. Why Is Effluent Treatment Necessary? Municipal waste-water contains reams of harmful bacteria, along with a mixture of fats, oils and grease that must be treated before coming into contact with the outside world to pr... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

10. The Benefits of an Epoxy Garage Floor
June 15, 2015

When people think about adding new flooring to their homes, they often forget about their garages. But why not consider adding to this area of your house? This is the space in homes that often sees the most wear and tear, full of oil and grease stains and constantly being chipped and nicked from dropped tools. Adding an epoxy garage floor not only creates a highly durable shield against damage, but also can transform your boring, ugly cement into a professional-looking, beautiful surface. Read on to learn more about the benefits of adding an epoxy garage floor. Used both residentially and... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

11. What Can Industries Do To Help Reduce The Impact Of Oil And Grease In Wastewater?
June 12, 2015

Fats, oil, and grease in wastewater (often referred to as "FOG") pose special problems for the environment and H2O treatment plants. Origins of FOG FOG originate from animal and vegetable fats and petroleum products. In a residential setting, oil and grease in wastewater primarily come from household cooking oils that are either directly poured down the sink or are residue from cleaning dishes, floors, and kitchen appliances and equipment. In non-residential settings, industrial food plants typically generate a significant amount of FOG in their discharge water. Motor, lubricating, ... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

12. What to Consider When Buying an Oil in Water Analyzer
June 12, 2015

In the petrochemical industry, particularly in offshore petroleum production, it is necessary to analyze, measure, and monitor the amount of oil present during the extraction process. In order to accomplish this, specialized and precise instruments are used. This infrared technology then measures the oil in water content; the oil content in drilling mud and cuttings; the total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) in soil and water; and the fats, oils, and grease (FOG) in wastewater. Regardless of expertise level or experience, it is imperative to have efficient and effective analytical instrumen... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

13. FOG In Wastewater Is A Menace Beneath Just The Surface
May 22, 2015

If you stare down a drainpipe, you may be unaware of the danger blankly staring back. FOG in wastewater over time can accumulate and cause damage that is as costly as it is unpleasant to deal with. Fog in wastewater - no, it's not a song by Deep Purple, nor a painting by Van Gogh. This somewhat hard-to-digest phrase may not be common coffee table lexicon, but it does have very real world implications. FOG is actually an acronym standing for fats, oil, and grease. Though that may sound appealing in a fried-bacon-donut sort of way, when combined with wastewater, basically sewage, it makes f... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

14. The Importance of Grease Trap Cleaning
May 22, 2015

Grease gathers in every kitchen. With so much of it to contend with each day, grease traps are an essential part of each kitchen. After months of scraping, spraying, and rinsing, it's easy to forget how important this labor is to the success of your restaurant. With that in mind, here are a couple reminders about why grease trap cleaning is important. Kitchen Safety Grease trap cleaning is crucial to preventing fires. Grease fires are blazing and difficult to extinguish. Pouring water on them causes the fire to spread. Extinguishing these types of fires is simple; you can smother t... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

15. Money-Saving Maintenance Tips For Water Heaters
May 13, 2015

Contrary to popular belief, your water heater is not maintenance-free. In fact, with just a bit of extra attention and some elbow grease, you can substantially reduce your energy bills. Warming the H2O in your abode ordinarily accounts for about twenty percent of home energy costs, which is second only to general heating. But before we introduce a few money-saving tips, we are going to take a brief look at how water heaters work. General Operation When you turn on the hot water, warmed H2O is taken into your abode from the top of your home unit. After you have used this hot water, ... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

16. Different cleaning methods for a parts washer
May 07, 2015

Parts washing is a very important step in manufacturing and remanufacturing of a wide range of parts within various industries, which is why the piece of equipment used to remove dirt, oil, grease, debris or corrosion from work pieces is also important. Parts washers take different forms, from the very simple “sink on a drum” manual machines that one usually sees in auto repair shops to multi-stage, complex units, with pass-through systems. As a result, there are many parts washing machines for sale on the market and one should be very careful in choosing the best suitable product for one’s bu... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

17. How to Clean Greasy Baby Bottles
May 05, 2015

Due to the fat in breast milk, you may find that your baby bottles become greasy. Even with regular cleaning and sterilization, this is a problem. If you have used soap and water but have not seen a noticeable improvement, there is another option available. It is actually not that hard to clean the grease off these bottles as long as you have the right stuff. Water, soap, a bottle brush, and vinegar are the only items necessary for this. Once finished, you should not feel any leftover grease and the bottles will be ready for use for your baby. It is safe and effective. You will first ha... (read more)

Author: Jason Kassel

18. Hiring a Professional Grease Interceptor Cleaning Service for Your Restaurant
April 23, 2015

Even though most customers are likely unaware while frequenting their favorite eating establishment, all restaurants must consider how to maintain their grease trap, or grease interceptor. Cleaning these devices can be challenging, but special tanks or vats can be used in order to keep used cooking waste out of the septic tank. This waste and run-off can cause the sewage system to become overwhelmed and hazardous, and untreated waste can leak into the environment. It is generally advisable that grease interceptor cleaning should be left to the professionals. When searching for a professi... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

19. Why You Need Grease Trap Cleaning
April 22, 2015

Every kitchen in the world generates grease. From grilling burgers to cooking steaks to frying vegetables in oil, each chef and kitchen staff member has to contend with their grease trap on a daily basis. After months of scraping, spraying, and rinsing, it can become easy to forget just how important this menial task is to the success of your restaurant. With that in mind, here are a few reminders about the importance of grease trap cleaning. Drainage Clogging At its core, the trap simply catches grease before it reaches the normal drainage system. Because of its consistency, the fat... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

20. The Problem with Oil and Grease in Wastewater
April 22, 2015

When people pour oil and grease down kitchen drains, they accumulate inside sewer pipes and prevent a clear flow of the wastewater. Unrestricted wastewater flows from homes and commercial businesses to a sewer main. Sewer mains then flow into larger pipes until they reach the treatment plant where the water is treated for reuse. When food byproducts gunk up the pipes and restrict the flow, they can lead to untreated wastewater backing up into homes and businesses. Not only is this more costly to clean up, but exposure to untreated wastewater is a public-health hazard. Even septic tanks f... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

21. Oil in Water Measurement Methods and Criteria Vary
April 22, 2015

The typical homeowner should not have to take any type of oil in water measurement, but many industries and government agencies do. If the organization uses equipment near water or monitors the health of a body of water, regular analysis is key to ensuring safety for marine life and consumers. A number of regulations outline the oil and grease limits. These limits, however, depend on the location of the water, its use, whether the liquid will be disposed of, and other factors. Organizations that must routinely take oil in water measurement tests know that this analysis is not as simple a... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

22. Aqueous parts washer: an eco friendly option
March 23, 2015

In the automotive industry, and not only, cleaning the parts of a piece of equipment or device before assembling them is extremely important. For this reason, manufacturing companies have to use performing devices and agents, such as parts washers and solvents. A parts washer is a piece of equipment designed to clean all sorts of dirt, from oil or grease to ink or paint and even metal chips and corrosion resulting during the manufacturing process. This way, all the parts are prepared for assembly, supervision and delivery. There are many specialized companies which offer these types of product... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

23. Vaccines: The Flaws and Why You Should Refuse Vaccination
January 24, 2015

1. Is there really a rational basis for vaccination? I have already showed in earlier articles that the big daddy originator of it all, Edward Jenner, was not the saviour of the world. His vaccine; a poisonous cocktail of cowpox and horse grease caused a dramatic rise in smallpox cases with many, many deaths over the years that followed. You have to ask yourself, if Jenner's principle, the original idea in which vaccination is based on is fundamentally flawed, what about other vaccinations..? We have at least seen from the measles, tuberculosis polio and whooping cough graphs that there... (read more)

Author: Paul Philips

24. Important facts about automatic lubrication systems
December 11, 2014

automatic lubrication system is the most preferred method of lubricating in aviation and automobile industries.">When it comes to the smooth running of vehicles or machines for a prolonged period of time without any kind of breakdowns, quality lubricant plays an important role. By regularly using the right kind of lubricant in the appropriate amount, a significant amount of wearing and tearing can be prevented. An Automatic Lubrication System helps in delivering the correct amount of grease for all kinds of operating conditions. This ultimately ensures that a vehicle or a machine has maximum u... (read more)

Author: John Edward

25. Plan Ahead to Prevent Clogged Drains during the Holidays
November 10, 2014

Guests, rich food and commotion often lead to clogged drains at holiday time, which can make it a busy time of the year for plumbers. At the very time when you need no drama in your kitchen, you don’t want to have to call in a professional to handle an emergency. You know the drill. At holiday time, when food preparation and cleanup is chaotic, someone pours grease down the drain or overloads the garbage disposal with table scraps. Guests flush paper towels, wipes and trash down the toilet. Before you know it, you have a clogged pipe or worse yet, a toilet overflows. Tips to Prevent... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

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