Are there any negative side effect from removing the hood insulator from the underside of your cars hood. Mine seems to be deteriorating.
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
Well I have a Science Project where I have to make a thermos. Im wondering would would be a good insulator that will stop my thermos from losing heat. Thanks~
I worked in hardware retail for 10 years. Did some electrical side jobs and I even wired a whole house completely (including the panel) and it passed 3 electrical inspections. If I know what I'm doing, why do I need to jump through all the same hoops? Are there any other avenues? Like maybe a company that trains a little but expect you to know the basics? Does anyone have any ideas?
I was preparing to buy the pipe insulators and install when I realized there is more than one kind, so which is better the foam or the rubber insulators?
By the way I do have copper pipes
I'm curious as to how long it takes to install a fuel pump on a 1994 Honda Civic? The mechanics I have all spoken to state its a two hour job but on the internet people are saying it shouldn't take that long.
If you have any information on this I would appreciate it.
What is metallurgy and materials engineering? What jobs would an MSc. in this discipline let me pursue? And is there a lot of research work going on in this sector? If so, what would I need to land a job in research in this field?
The main stem and one branch are close to being totally ring barked. Can I bandage them somehow to stop the pests from completing the job? And what deterent can I use to stop it happening again. Other than shooting the squirrels!
I started a job recently that deals a lot with grinding and sanding on fiberglass parts. I've been told that the best way to get the particulates out of my skin is to take a cold shower, but it isn't working at all. What different ways are there to get that stuff out of my skin?
I am an Asian wanting to have a job opportunity in a cold country ........but the thing is i am not used to the cold temperatures.It triggers my asthma.
I grew up in a warm country of 28=30C temperature. I found out that wool is effective against the cold........but how effective is it. The country i want to go to experiences zero degrees during winter. please help me out. please and thanks to all the sincere answerers.
I bought a new miller welder and the Mig Gun Nozzle grounds out and arcs when it touches the work piece. I'm running solid wire with shielding gas and the polarity is set up correctly. Almost seems like an insulator is failing.
This happened before I had any slag build up, brand new nozzle.
I have a home built in the 1960s that paneled throughout the house. We never replaced and installed drywall. My downstairs is very cold and I know I am losing a lot of heat. My Q is can an insulator drill a hole in the paneling and blow foam insulation between the cinder block and paneling? I am downsizing and want to sell my house next year and I am trying to take care of certain thing right now. I can't afford to drywall.
I just bought my first boat. The boat has been used exclusively in fresh water. The boat is several years old and looks like the Hull has NEVER been washed, cleaned, waxed. I know the dirt and grime will come off I just want to buy the BEST product to make the job easier. I have a grinder/polisher and requisite pads. I have AUTO rubbing compound but I was told I needed a product expressly made for marine applications. Any help PLEASE.
I need a solid, workable heat insulator. I know a vacuum is the best and things like foam are good, but i'm trying to design sort of a tank full of heated water and i need to keep it as hot as possible.
Ceramic would work wouldnt it? what else? Ideally it would be lightweight but a high temperature is more important than weight.
I hear liquid oil is a insulator which cools the transformers, but i dont get it how it is an electrical insulator?
i mean what dose the cooling do that it becomes insulating electrically
For science class we hafta make a little container that can hold a beaker and keep the water inside of it from getting cold too quickly. I can't use regular commercial insulators, though, so what kind of materials could do the job?
I am having a difficult time simply finding jobs to apply to. I am wondering if anyone can help me out here finding places. I just need a basic entry-level job as I have barely worked before, but i am over 21. My zip is 85037. I have tried career builder but it's not going well there.
Door and window installer
Also does anyone know if you can apprentice as a Contractor?
Some people say that only a pea sized blob at the center of cpu does the job.
Others say you have to spread it on the surface of cpu evenly by using an edge of a card.
I am using Intel pentium d processor LGA 775 socket.
Bought a house last year. The previous owners had all new windows installed two years before we bought it (we lived next door and saw the guys doing the job).
Had an energy audit done on the house, only to find out the guys who installed the windows cut corners and didn't put inuslation around the windows before installing them, hence we get a lot of drafts.
The energy audtior said the ultimate solution is to take out the windows, insulate them, and reinstall them. However, he said there's the risk of damaging the windows doing this procedure... not too mention the time and expense.
So, I'm wondering, will caulking the windows and frames on the inside and outside be a reasonable alternative, or should I just bite the bullet and go for the energy auditor's solution?