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How to choose the right pump to deal with Flooding

It is very important whether you are pumping salt water, chemicals, trash or sludge that the right pump is selected as it will be made from the correct components to protect from corrosion. Some pumps are lightweight and designed to work only with water, while others are more durable and able to ...

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Mitre Saws: An Explanation of Different Types

Mitre saws are not difficult to understand once you learn what their basic differences are. A Mitre saw is basically a saw that sits on a fixed base, and a blade that is attached to an arm is able to pivot horizontally from 0 degrees to -45 or +45 degrees to accommodate the job. To choose which ...

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What I have found out about Motorcycle Lifts

A Motorcycle Lift makes life easy. I love my Motorbikes but I have found that as I grow older I am unable to maintain and clean them as I would wish. A busted knee and a broken hip 20 years ago doesn't help either. As most of the repair is done at the bottom of the bikes, leaning down can be ...

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What is the best way to deal with a Flat Tyre?

Well you could wait for the AA/RAC person to come and fix it which usually takes 1 – 2 hours before they arrive, or fix it yourself. Next Question: Where are you when first become aware of it? Travelling on a motorway at 70 MPH and the front tyre blows out can be a life threatening ...

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How to Choose an Air Compressor for Business or DIY

How much Compressed Air do we ACTUALLY need ? This is usually measured in Cubic Feet per Minute. a.k.a. CFM at the Compressor itself. For Example: Lets say that we have to run a paint spraying gun which uses about 7 CFM, and a 1/2 inch impact wrench for removing wheel nuts, which uses 8 CFM. And ...

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How to Replace an Compressor Pump

How to Replace an Compressor Pump

We are talking here about Piston Air Compressor pumps here. Screw Compressors have safety cut-outs to protect them against low oil. Sometimes a Piston Air Compressor pump will fail, but still be repairable. i.e. A cylinder head not tightened down, allowing air to escape. Or a spring valve inside ...

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