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The success with a paint job relies on much more than a quality texture paint. It is essential to ensure optimal temperatures, humidity levels and temperature fluctuations for an exterior paint job to turn out perfectly.
20 Sep 2017
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How to Reduce Lung Inflammation|medicine to take for inflammation Lung (pulmonary) inflammation affects the airways and lung tissue. Caused by the body’s immune response to injury or pathogens, inflammation can be acute (short-lasting) or chronic (long-lasting) in nature. Diseases associated with acute lung inflammation include acute lung infections, pneumonia, and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Diseases associated with chronic lung inflammation include emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), pulmonary fibrosis, and lung cancer. Anyone can develop lung inflammation, but there are certain risk factors that increase one’s chances of developing this condition. These same risk factors can also make lung inflammation worse once a person has the condition. 1 Reduce your exposure to fungal and bacterial pathogens. Pathogens are microorganisms that can cause disease. Certain species of bacteria and fungi can cause lung inflammation. Exposure to some of these pathogens is associated with occupational or environmental conditions. For example “Hot Tub Lung,” and “Farmer’s Lung” are common names for two kinds of mold-related lung inflammation. [1] Mold can grow almost anywhere that is moist enough. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “the key to mold control is moisture control.” [2] To help prevent mold in your home, keep the humidity between 30-60%. [3] If you find mold, clean the affected surface with a detergent and dry the surface completely. Prevent condensation by properly insulating areas. Avoid installing carpet in bathrooms or kitchens, where sink splashes may keep the carpet damp. Use appropriate personal protective equipment such as masks or respirators when cleaning moldy areas.
27 Sep 2017
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How not to test for humidity
22 Dec 2007
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The air indoors can get very dry in wintertime, causing stress for houseplants. Dave shows you how to create a humidity tray to keep an indoor plant its smiling, summer-like self.
8 Jan 2010
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In Washington, there are a few things we understand very well -- moisture/relative humidity and the song "Louie Louie". For many years now, there has been a movement to turn "Louie Louie" into the Washington state song. The roots of the song go back to northwest garage bands, including the Fabulous Wailers. At the front of this video, you will see my salute to this northwest favorite. The rest of the video discusses relative humidity. Steven L. Smith of King of the House Home Inspection in Bellingham, WA is WA licensed home inspector #207 and a licensed structural pest inspector #69078. Email: kingofthehousecomcast**** or call 360-676-6908.
5 Dec 2011
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For more information, visit: *******www.growingmarijuana**** Marijuana flourishes through a wide range of relative humidity. It can grow in an atmosphere as dry as a desert or as moist as a jungle. Under ordinary household conditions, the humidity will rarely be too extreme for healthy growth. The effects of humidity on plant growth are closely tied to temperature, wind speed, and the moisture of the soil. The theory of transpiration is a process similar to evaporation. It inherently involves the rate at which your plant expels and, subsequently, absorbs moisture. Transpiration also cools plants and enables flow of mineral nutrients and water from roots to shoots. It is closely connected with the plants’ stomata, which are like pores on the leaves of a marijuana plant that open and close to accommodate the external and internal availability of moisture. The goal of the stomata is to protect the marijuana plants from dramatic changes in moisture.
16 Mar 2012
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Since its establishment more than 50 years ago, the company Novasina has specialised in the accurate measuring of air and material humidity. Novasina fully develops and produces precision measuring devices and includes always its long lasting know-how. We are proud of the “SWISS MADE” label, which guarantees our customers highest quality, innovation and longevity. Novasina AG Neuheimstrasse 12, 8853 Lachen PH +41 55 642 6767,, *******www.novasina**** novasina lachen humidity temperature differential pressure water activity measurement material humidity air humidity accurate measuring electronic measuring humidity measurement scale
2 Apr 2012
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growing a marijuana in a humid climate
2 Jul 2012
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*******www.futureelectronics****/en/Pages/index.aspx During this video, we'll explain what is a Humidity Sensor as well as how to select the right device for your application from our line-up of Humidity Sensor products. A humidity sensor, also referred to as a hygrometer, senses, measures and reports measures and reports the relative humidity in the air. It therefore measures both moisture and air temperature. The warmer the air temperature is, the more moisture it can hold.
15 Feb 2013
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10 Sep 2016
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Humidity chamber is an enclosure accustomed take a look at the consequences of given environmental conditions on biological things, industrial products, materials, and electronic devices. Environmental testing with a humidity chamber provided by Presto helps you to improve the reliability and durability of product.
28 Jun 2017
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*******www.jacarta**** The importance of environmental monitoring in IT rooms, racks and data centres. Download a free whitepaper at *******www.jacarta****
11 Feb 2010
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Are you having a tough time getting a good night's sleep this summer? Did you know that dust mites thrive when humidity levels exceed 50%? No matter how clean you keep your home, dust mites can proliferate and aggravate allergies and asthma. You can alleviate your allergy symptoms by using mattress and pillowcase encasements and by frequent laundering. Visit www.cleanrest****.
28 Aug 2007
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A newly-released scientific white paper indicates that the flu virus is significantly less likely to survive on surfaces and in the air when homes are kept at 40-60% relative humidity, which is best achieved through the use of a humidifier.
10 Dec 2009
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Dans ce troisième épisode de 'Le dire tout eau', on s'intéresse à notre "empreinte eau", on joue avec les reflets du miroir d'eau de Bordeaux et on découvre l'importance des zones humides.
3 Aug 2010
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