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The Ricoh PJ X4240N and PJ WX4240N make lessons and presentations more engaging and memorable. Combining short throw lenses and a ground-breaking ‘Rear Front’ design, the network projectors bring a personal touch to learning and collaboration. A short throw distance makes them perfect for easy interaction. Because the projectors can be placed 60 centimetres from the screen, everyone benefits. The teacher or presenter can stand at the front without being blinded by the light; and the audience enjoys a clear, shadow-free view of large images up to 140 inches in size. and install, it turns any surface into an interactive whiteboard. Use the wireless digital pen to write on-screen or to navigate and control software applications – at the board or as you move around the room. Either desktop or ceiling mounted, the PJ X4240N and PJ WX4240N are perfect for anyone who like to stand at the front and interact with a presentation. The ability to place the projectors as few as 60 centimeters from the screen (on the PJ WX4240N) reduces the problem of lamp glare and on-screen shadows. It also makes them ideal for small meeting or classrooms.
I f your new car spends more time in the repair shop than on the road, you know you have a problem. In most cases, the manufacturer’s warranty that comes with your car will provide the coverage you need to have your car repaired at no cost to you. Your warranty will tell you what parts and systems of your car are covered and for how long. If you need repairs, you must have them done by a dealer, although you do not have to use the same dealer who sold you your car. tion quickly to receive relief under the law. This publication will help you determine whether your car is a lemon, tell you what to do about it and explain how Maryland’s Consumer Protection Division can help. In some cases, however, the dealer may be unable to fix your car’s problem. If that is the case, you may have a lemon. Maryland’s Lemon Law applies to new or leased motor vehicles (including cars, light trucks and motorcycles), registered in Maryland, that are less than 24 months old and have been driven less than 18,000 miles. The law provides for consumers whose cars meet certain criteria to receive a refund or a replacement vehicle if repair attempts have failed to correct a problem, and the problem substantially impairs the use and market value of the vehicle.
1888 PressRelease - Corcentric, a leading provider of accounts payable automation and electronic invoicing solutions, today announced that it has awarded its annual Accounting Software Scholarship to Kathleen Belisle, of Battle Ground, WA.
http://www.universalservices1.com/ | Geothermal heating and cooling systems use the energy in the earth’s ground to heat and cool buildings without the use of fossil fuels.
Brush-Clearing Head Evaluation Andy Trent, Project Leader he natural regeneration of some pine species after large wildland fires can produce extremely thick stands. These stands of lodgepole pine— and in some cases, ponderosa pine—can have more than 15,000 seedlings per acre. As the stands grow, they become extremely dense. Individual trees grow very slowly. The stands provide poor habitat for some wildlife, including large mammals such as elk, deer, and bears. In addition, the stands are susceptible to disease and insects. The stands will thin themselves naturally over time, but that process takes many years. on or near the ground. The trees must be severed below these limbs to kill the tree. Chain saws are unsuitable, because the saw may strike rocks or the ground. Hand pruners can be used, but using them is very labor intensive and usually cost prohibitive. Brushclearing saws (figure 1) with circular saw blades are usually the most efficient method, but the blade must be resharpened repeatedly or replaced if it strikes a rock or the ground. Table 1 describes the advantages and disadvantages of three methods for thinning small-diameter stands.
Test Report Power scythe STIHL FH Test number: 4474 Owner of the test certificate: Andreas Stihl AG & Co. KG D-71307 Waiblingen Postfach 1771 www.stihl.de Application field Tool with double-sided blade for cutting grass and scrub up to 2.5 cm diameter. Recommended in situations where the danger of flying objects needs to be reduced. Tool can only be used with the suitable engines provided by the manufacturer. Test item Hazard to surroundings Test result Very low, no rotational movement. The working principle is based on translational movements, which prevent kick-back and obviate the risk of flying objects (cuttings, stones, pieces of glass and metal). Handling Good, 135° variable blades with lockable points, so tool can be adjusted to suit the ground conditions and the engine angle. The blade can be folded towards the handle for transport. Cutting performance Very good cutting performance in scrub with hard stems. Reduced performance in short or thin grass and when cutting trailing plants. Assembly Simple, when used as an attachment the tool is clamped to the handle (2 screws); when used as a combi-tool, the cutter connects to the shaft of the engine. The angle is adjusted in fixed positions. Sharpening Requires special sharpening equipment. Occasional manual sharpening using a file is possible. Work safety GS-tested by TÜV-test centre Product Service (in combination with STIHL combi-engines and clearing saws) Description: Double-sided tool, comprising a gearing case, adjustable shaft connection and reciprocating blades. The tool can be used in combination with the following Stihl engines: As attachment FH for the brushcutters STIHL FS 85/R, FS 90/R, FS 100/R and FS 130/R As combitool FH-KM for the combi-engines STIHL KM 55/R, KM 85/R, KM 90/R, KM 100/R, KM 130/R and the backpack brushcutters FR 85 T and FR 130 T
A wire bonding lug is provided on the lower external surface (two for Canadian models) of this unit to connect a minimum 8 AWG (8.4 mm2) solid copper conductor between this unit and any metal equipment, metal enclosures of electrical equipment, metal water pipe, or conduit within 5 feet (1.5 m) tying the unit to the local bonding grid.A green colored terminal marked “ Ground” is located inside the wiring compartment. To reduce the risk of electric shock, this terminal must be connected to the grounding means provided in the electric supply service panel with a continuous copper wire equivalent in size to the circuit conductors supplying the equipment. • All field installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains, or other similar hardware within 3 meters of the pool, spa or hot tub shall be bonded to the equipment grounding bus with copper conductors not smaller than 8 AWG US / 6 AWG Canada. • NOTICE TO USERS: This control product is to be used only in accordance with the directions of this label. It is an offense under the Pest Control Products Act to use a control product under unsafe conditions.
The following pertains primarily to Mallory COMP Pumps equipped with Gerotor style pump systems, but also applies to many other fuel systems. BASIC INFORMATION The Mallory Gerotor style COMP Pumps are more forgiving than vane style pumps, but it is still important to insure they are properly mounted and receive clean fuel. The correct mounting position is even with or below the tank and preferably behind or next to the fuel tank. All electric pumps push fuel far better than they can pull (suck) fuel. Make sure that a low restriction filter is between the tank and the pump. A 40-micron element it sufficient to protect the pump from contamination such as dirt, rust, fuel cell foam, etc. Mallory has them available that will screw directly into the pump itself. Electric pumps need a clean and stable power source. Run a minimum of 12 gauge wires to the pump if it is relatively close to the power source. Longer runs should utilize 10 gauge wire instead. With a trunkmounted battery, we recommend that you use a relay to allow for short power wires to be run. Do not pull power from a common terminal, especially if the ignition is wired to the same terminal.
The best location for mounting any electric fuel pump is the rear of the vehicle. The inlet and outlet of the pump must be mounted below the lowest point of the tank. This is necessary to allow for an adequate fuel supply. The pump is designed to push fuel and not designed to suck fuel out of the tank. It needs to be gravity-fed or if it’s pulling from the top of the tank, it needs to develop a siphon feed to the pump. The pump should be mounted on the chassis, in a vertical position with the pump motor on top. Avoid exposure of the pump and fuel lines to moving parts and to any hot areas, such as the exhaust. The pump should not be mounted in a closed area, such as the vehicle’s trunk. Follow the steps below for mounting the pump. 1-800-345-4545 jegs.com WARNING! THE PUMP MUST BE LOCATED SO THAT INTERFERENCE BETWEEN THE VEHICLE’S BODY AND ITS CHASSIS MOVEMENT IS AVOIDED. THE PUMP AND ITS CONNECTING HOSES MUST NOT BE SUBJECTED TO LOW GROUND CLEARANCE, WHERE ANY FLYING ROCKS OR ROAD DEBRIS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE. FAILURE TO AVOID THESE HAZARDS WILL LEAD TO PUMP DAMAGE, WHICH COULD RESULT IN FIRE, PROPERTY DAMAGE, SERIOUS INJURY, AND/OR DEATH.