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Founded in 2016, CONSTROREQ is a single-vendor platform that offers a range of construction material under a single-stop shop. Where customer can get genuine product at wholesale rates within 1-2 days free* site delivery. Promoted by KHINVASARA ASSOCIATES CONSTRUCTION PVT. LTD, this single-shop stop is the brainchild of Manish Khinvasara, the Director of the company. Our vision is to serve small / medium customers located in cities, towns and in villages. To save customer’s time, money and make easy selection from various products, compare them make perfect choice and buy it. CONSTROREQ is the realization of that dream and a hope of the founder for a better communication and service to the society anywhere in the country. In market there are multiple rates of product for different customers. We have developed this platform to avoid variable rates, compare rates, and make customer knowledgeable of various products which he is buying. Promoter KHINVASARA ASSOCIATES CONSTRUCTION PVT. LTD. is in construction business since 1993. They have the experience of various products, materials used in building industry. We are trying to make user friendly site & constantly upgrade it as required & get valuable suggestions from you. It is our intention to serve the country by giving an easy access to a common portal where the customers can make an easy and fast selection from various products, compare the prices, make a perfect choice for them and purchase it with a click of the mouse. Here, a customer can get an original product at wholesale rates with a free* site delivery within 1-2 days or as per the requirement of the customer. for more information visit our website www***nstroreq****
17 Sep 2016
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In order to achieve high satisfaction of our clients, we indulged in providing an attractive collection of PVC Board in the market. This board is developed using quality assured polyvinyl chloride and advanced techniques. The offered board is widely used in printing, packaging, advertising, and electronic, decoration and so on. Apart from this, these boards can be availed at reasonable price.
12 Jan 2017
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Entertainer Dan Boever takes a golf ball through 1/2 inch plywood and the legs of his lovely assistant at 200 mph. Slow down the video and see how close the club actually comes to taking off the board holder's nose.
15 Mar 2007
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LOA : 19,90m Material : GRP + Plywood Yearbuilt : 2003 Location : Thessaloniki, Greece Price : 265.000 Euros If you like this boat and you are willing to buy it then you can contact us directly to the mail address hereunder for further info : infostemar****.gr Only serious buyers please who can provide bank references.
5 Aug 2007
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*******captains-place****/Captains-Extras.php These fishing vessels are one NEW design of ours called LFP (Light Fishing Platform open-boats). The innovative element of this design is the hold arrangement which is constituted from fishboxes. These vessels are handmade and we use the good oldfashion "sandwich" constructional method (GRP+Plywood) in order to build them. If you like to have one vessel of your own like this one which is displayed on the video then don't hesitate to contact us to the mail address hereunder for further info : infostemar****.gr Price : 30.000-45.000 Euros according to vessel's size. Only serious buyers please who can present bank references
10 Aug 2007
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Illegal logging is destroying the equatorial rain forests of Indonesian Borneo, bringing the island, once known as the lungs of Asia, to the brink of an ecological disaster. The illegal timber is turned into plywood and is exported to other parts of Asia. It is also used to build furniture for Japanese, European and U.S. markets. The island of Kalimantan's valuable old growth, called meranti (Philippine mahogany), is used for hardwood flooring and provides wood trim for luxury automobiles.
11 Mar 2008
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Not just a table, not just a screen... handmade by Menkesdriek, tnx2 & sponsored by Data-Display.nl. This is solid plywood, with built-in LED's that shine through the surface. So, no projecting! Please take a look at the response! Way better movie.
24 Nov 2008
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China Quake Death Toll Rises to Nearly 10,000 Death toll in China earthquake rises to nearly 10,000 while untold numbers remain trapped A powerful earthquake toppled buildings, schools and chemical plants Monday in central China, killing about 10,000 people and trapping untold numbers in mounds of concrete, steel and earth in the country's worst quake in three decades. The 7.9-magnitude quake devastated a region of small cities and towns set amid steep hills north of Sichuan's provincial capital of Chengdu. Striking in midafternoon, it emptied office buildings across the country in Beijing and could be felt as far away as Vietnam. As Tuesday dawned, rescuers were frantically searching for more survivors, but rain was compounding the difficulty. Premier Wen Jiabao, who flew to the region, said rain was forecast for the next several days. Snippets from state media and photos posted on the Internet underscored the immense scale of the devastation. In the town of Juyuan, south of the epicenter, a three-story high school collapsed, burying as many as 900 students and killing at least 50, the official Xinhua news agency said. Photos showed people using cranes, mechanical hoists and their hands to remove slabs of concrete and steel. Buried teenagers struggled to break free from the rubble, "while others were crying out for help," Xinhua said. Families waited in the rain near the wreckage as rescuers wrote the names of the dead on a blackboard, Xinhua said. Parents of the dead students built makeshift religious altars at the site, resting the corpses on any available piece of plywood or cardboard, and burning paper money and incense in a traditional honor for their child in the afterlife, according to NPR's Melissa Block. The earthquake hit one of the last homes of the giant panda at the Wolong Nature Reserve and panda breeding center, in Wenchuan county, which remained out of contact, Xinhua said. In Chengdu, it crashed telephone networks and hours later left parts of the city of 10 million in darkness. "We can't get to sleep. We're afraid of the earthquake. We're afraid of all the shaking," said 52-year-old factory worker Huang Ju, who took her ailing, elderly mother out of the Jinjiang District People's Hospital. Outside, Huang sat in a wheelchair wrapped in blankets while her mother, who was ill, slept in a hospital bed next to her. The overall death toll increased to about 10,000, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Tuesday. It said nearly 10,000 people died in central China's Sichuan province alone and 300 others in three other provinces and the mega-city of Chongqing.
21 May 2008
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These carts can cost $750. Build this one out of an old wheel chair and plywood. Also an AV cart built from an old walker. Buy these wheel chairs and walkers cheap, especially if they are in bad condition. You only need the frame and wheels.
14 Jun 2008
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11 Aug 2008
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*******EnergyForEarth**** ====================== How to Live Off the Grid: End of the Energy Family Blog - Popular Signing off from his solar- and wind-powered home in Vermont, Ben Hewitt explains why those two alternative energy sources make great.What's It Take To Live Off The Grid? Yes! But How? Live off the grid, Sustainable burials, Alternatives ... household hints and helps, Live off the grid, Sustainable burials, Alternatives to plywood roof decking, Greywater on gardens,and Reusing envelopes.What it is about: In "How to live off-grid", Nick Rosen goes into every detail of off-grid living. He provides not only the inspiration to. it's possible to live off the grid if you live in a year-round growing climate. ... I would love to live off the grid but it takes money and know how. Today's FREE Off the Grid Projects is taken from my "How to Live off the Grid" guide, if you'd like the complete guide with pics and more ...The Doucettes live off the power grid, but they're far from granola-crunching hippies eking out a bare-bones existence in the hinterlands.Off-the-Grid Urban Living, Part I
23 Jun 2009
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*******EnergyForEarth**** ================ How to Live Off the Grid: End of the Energy Family Blog - Popular Signing off from his solar- and wind-powered home in Vermont, Ben Hewitt explains why those two alternative energy sources make great.What's It Take To Live Off The Grid? Yes! But How? Live off the grid, Sustainable burials, Alternatives ... household hints and helps, Live off the grid, Sustainable burials, Alternatives to plywood roof decking, Greywater on gardens,and Reusing envelopes.What it is about: In "How to live off-grid", Nick Rosen goes into every detail of off-grid living. He provides not only the inspiration to. it's possible to live off the grid if you live in a year-round growing climate. ... I would love to live off the grid but it takes money and know how. Today's FREE Off the Grid Projects is taken from my "How to Live off the Grid" guide, if you'd like the complete guide with pics and more ...The Doucettes live off the power grid, but they're far from granola-crunching hippies eking out a bare-bones existence in the hinterlands.Off-the-Grid Urban Living, Part I · Ecommerce If you really want to live off the grid, your best bet is to find some off-the-books work. This can be anything from delivering pot The Keys to Surviving Off the Grid Assuming you'd like to be prepared for at least one week off the grid, ... How Long Could You Live Off Your Larder? The pantry's always pretty full around. We are looking for people who currently live off-grid anywhere in the world, and for people who want to live energy bill eliminate power solar panel panels wind turbine alternative efficient efficiency renewable system how to build electricity earth home technology off grid electric bills reduce off-grid but do not yet do so.
15 Mar 2009
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*******EnergyForEarth**** - How to Build home Solar System - Simple Tips to Get Started There are many reasons that a person may be interested in learning how to build home solar panels. Tapping the sun for power is becoming more popular and used by a growing number of people. With high energy costs and having to struggle to pay one's monthly utility bill, the motivation is definitely there to come up with alternative sources of energy. Solar panels can be used to fuel one's home just like oil. You'll be able to run your appliances and use the various pieces of equipment that you always have. However, even with all the benefits of a renewable energy system, it can still be very expensive to have it installed by professionals and the equipment themselves can be very costly. To purchase a large panel, you should be prepared to spend a few thousand dollars. If you want to get your whole entire roof paneled, you will end up paying a pretty penny. Fortunately, it is possible to a build your own DIY solar panels. You just might be surprised. It is much easier than it sounds. You will need a few tools and materials including plywood, strong glass, solar cells and a good, step-by-step guide. This will require that you set aside an adequate amount of time and find a well repudiated and well written "how to build home solar panel" guide. You won't want to waste your valuable time and money using a system that's either too difficult for you or that is not easy to follow. Once you have a good guide and all of your materials, you are ready to get started. You will find that you are able to create quality panels for less than $200. If you were to purchase them you would likely end up paying at least 5 to 10 times that amount. As you can see, learning how to build home solar panels yourself can save you a lot of money. When deciding on a DIY construction guide, look for one that either has pictures as illustrations or videos so that you are able to see clearly what steps you need to take. It's vitally important that the construction of your system is sound and reliable. You will be able to find a number of guides online that are very inexpensive but thorough. There may be a few free websites that offer advice but typically the information that they provide isn't as good and well laid out as if you paid for it. The last time my friends and I tried, it took us a long time trying to figure out how to make sense of the free information and it was a frustrating experience. We then decided to download a paid guide which of course made it a breeze for us to set up our very first power system. Therefore, keep this in mind as you learn how to build home solar panels yourself. Tired of high electric bills? Discover how thousands of families are using home solar power systems to power their homes How to Build home Solar System - Simple Tips to Get Started
13 Mar 2009
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Imagine leaving a window open all winter long -- the heat loss, cold drafts and wasted energy! If your home has a folding pull-down attic stair, a whole house fan, a fireplace or clothes dryer, that may be just what is occurring in your home every day. Drafts from these often overlooked holes waste energy and cost you big in the form of higher energy bills. Drafts are the largest source of heating and cooling loss in the home. Drafts occur through the small cracks around doors, windows, pipes, etc. Most homeowners are well aware of the benefits that caulk and weatherstripping provide to minimize energy loss and drafts. But what can you do about drafts from the four largest “holes” in your home -- the folding attic stair, the whole house fan, the fireplace and the clothes dryer? Here are some tips and techniques that can easily, quickly and inexpensively seal and insulate these holes. Attic Stairs When attic stairs are installed, a large hole (approximately 10 square feet) is created in your ceiling. The ceiling and insulation that were there have to be removed, leaving only a thin, unsealed, sheet of plywood. Your attic space is ventilated directly to the outdoors. In the winter, the attic space can be very cold, and in the summer it can be very hot. And what is separating your conditioned house from your unconditioned attic? That thin sheet of plywood. Often a gap can be observed around the perimeter of the attic door. Try this yourself: at night, turn on the attic light and shut the attic stairway door -- do you see any light coming through? If you do, heated and air-conditioned air is leaking out of these large gaps in your home 24-hours a day. This is like leaving a window or skylight open all year ‘round. An easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add an insulated attic stair cover. An attic stair cover seals the stairs, stopping drafts and energy loss. Add the desired amount of insulation over the cover to restore the insulation removed from the ceiling. Whole House Fans and Air Conditioning Vents Much like attic stairs above, when whole house fans are installed, a large hole (up to 16 square feet or larger) is created in your ceiling. The ceiling and insulation that were there have to be removed, leaving only the drafty ceiling shutter between you and the outdoors. An easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add a whole house fan shutter seal. Made from white textured flexible insulation, the shutter seal is installed over the ceiling shutter, secured with Velcro, and trimmed to fit. The shutter seal can also be used to seal and insulate air conditioning vents, and is easily removed when desired. Fireplaces Over 100 million homes, in North America are constructed with wood or gas burning fireplaces. Unfortunately there are negative side effects that the fireplace brings to a home, especially during the winter heating season. Fireplaces are energy losers. Researchers have studied this to determine the amount of heat loss through a fireplace, and the results are amazing. One research study showed that an open damper on an unused fireplace in a well-insulated house can raise overall heating-energy consumption by 30 percent. A recent study showed that for many consumers, their heating bills may be more than $500 higher per winter due to the drafts and wasted energy caused by fireplaces. Why does a home with a fireplace have higher energy bills? Your chimney is an opening that leads directly outdoors -- just like an open window. Even if the damper is shut, it is not airtight. Glass doors don’t stop the drafts either. The fireplace is like a giant straw sucking your expensive heated or air-conditioned air right out of your house! An easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add a Fireplace Plug to your fireplace. Available from Battic Door, a company known for their energy conservation products, the Fireplace Plug is an inflatable pillow that seals the fireplace damper, eliminating drafts, odors, and noise. The pillow is removed whenever the fireplace is used, then reinserted after. Clothes Dryer Exhaust Ducts In many homes, the room with the clothes dryer is the coldest room in the house. Your clothes dryer is connected to an exhaust duct that is open to the outdoors. In the winter, cold drafts in through the duct, through your dryer and into your house. Dryer vents use a sheet-metal flapper to try to reduce these drafts. This is very primitive technology that does not provide a positive seal to stop the drafts. Compounding the problem is that over time, lint clogs the flapper valve causing it to stay open. An easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add a dryer vent seal. This will reduce unwanted drafts, and also keeps out pests, bees and rodents. The vent will remain closed unless the dryer is in use. When the dryer is in use, a floating shuttle rises to allow warm air, lint and moisture to escape. For more information on Battic Door’s energy conservation solutions and products for your home, visit www.batticdoor**** or, to request a free catalog, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to P.O. Box 15, Mansfield, MA 02048. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Mark D. Tyrol is a Professional Engineer specializing in cause and origin of construction defects. He developed several residential energy conservation products including an attic stair cover and an attic access door. Battic Door is the US distributor of the fireplace plug. To learn more visit www.batticdoor****
4 Jun 2009
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How To Stop Drafts and Save On Energy Bills Imagine leaving a window open all winter long -- the heat loss, cold drafts and wasted energy! If your home has a folding pull-down attic stair, a whole house fan, a fireplace or clothes dryer, that may be just what is occurring in your home every day. Drafts from these often overlooked holes waste energy and cost you big in the form of higher energy bills. Drafts are the largest source of heating and cooling loss in the home. Drafts occur through the small cracks around doors, windows, pipes, etc. Most homeowners are well aware of the benefits that caulk and weatherstripping provide to minimize energy loss and drafts. But what can you do about drafts from the four largest “holes” in your home -- the folding attic stair, the whole house fan, the fireplace and the clothes dryer? Here are some tips and techniques that can easily, quickly and inexpensively seal and insulate these holes. Attic Stairs When attic stairs are installed, a large hole (approximately 10 square feet) is created in your ceiling. The ceiling and insulation that were there have to be removed, leaving only a thin, unsealed, sheet of plywood. Your attic space is ventilated directly to the outdoors. In the winter, the attic space can be very cold, and in the summer it can be very hot. And what is separating your conditioned house from your unconditioned attic? That thin sheet of plywood. Often a gap can be observed around the perimeter of the attic door. Try this yourself: at night, turn on the attic light and shut the attic stairway door -- do you see any light coming through? If you do, heated and air-conditioned air is leaking out of these large gaps in your home 24-hours a day. This is like leaving a window or skylight open all year ‘round. An easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add an insulated attic stair cover. An attic stair cover seals the stairs, stopping drafts and energy loss. Add the desired amount of insulation over the cover to restore the insulation removed from the ceiling. Whole House Fans and Air Conditioning Vents Much like attic stairs above, when whole house fans are installed, a large hole (up to 16 square feet or larger) is created in your ceiling. The ceiling and insulation that were there have to be removed, leaving only the drafty ceiling shutter between you and the outdoors. An easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add a whole house fan shutter seal. Made from white textured flexible insulation, the shutter seal is installed over the ceiling shutter, secured with Velcro, and trimmed to fit. The shutter seal can also be used to seal and insulate air conditioning vents, and is easily removed when desired. Fireplaces Over 100 million homes, in North America are constructed with wood or gas burning fireplaces. Unfortunately there are negative side effects that the fireplace brings to a home, especially during the winter heating season. Fireplaces are energy losers. Researchers have studied this to determine the amount of heat loss through a fireplace, and the results are amazing. One research study showed that an open damper on an unused fireplace in a well-insulated house can raise overall heating-energy consumption by 30 percent. A recent study showed that for many consumers, their heating bills may be more than $500 higher per winter due to the drafts and wasted energy caused by fireplaces. Why does a home with a fireplace have higher energy bills? Your chimney is an opening that leads directly outdoors -- just like an open window. Even if the damper is shut, it is not airtight. Glass doors don’t stop the drafts either. The fireplace is like a giant straw sucking your expensive heated or air-conditioned air right out of your house! An easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add a Fireplace Plug to your fireplace. Available from Battic Door, a company known for their energy conservation products, the Fireplace Plug is an inflatable pillow that seals the fireplace damper, eliminating drafts, odors, and noise. The pillow is removed whenever the fireplace is used, then reinserted after. Clothes Dryer Exhaust Ducts In many homes, the room with the clothes dryer is the coldest room in the house. Your clothes dryer is connected to an exhaust duct that is open to the outdoors. In the winter, cold drafts in through the duct, through your dryer and into your house. Dryer vents use a sheet-metal flapper to try to reduce these drafts. This is very primitive technology that does not provide a positive seal to stop the drafts. Compounding the problem is that over time, lint clogs the flapper valve causing it to stay open. An easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add a dryer vent seal. This will reduce unwanted drafts, and also keeps out pests, bees and rodents. The vent will remain closed unless the dryer is in use. When the dryer is in use, a floating shuttle rises to allow warm air, lint and moisture to escape. For more information on Battic Door’s energy conservation solutions and products for your home, visit www.batticdoor**** or, to request a free catalog, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to P.O. Box 15, Mansfield, MA 02048. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Mark D. Tyrol is a Professional Engineer specializing in cause and origin of construction defects. He developed several residential energy conservation products including an attic stair cover and an attic access door. Battic Door is the US distributor of the fireplace plug. To learn more visit www.batticdoor****
6 Apr 2009
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Volume 19: Make Vol. 19 features a special section on robots. Learn how to make a model plane with an autopilot and a small robot with a built-in brain. We'll also show you how to make a comfortable plywood chair, a bicyclist's vest that shows how fast you're going, and projects that introduce you to servomotors. All this, and much more in Make Vol. 19, on newsstands August 18! *******makezine****/19
10 Aug 2009
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