Archive for December 5, 2013

Dec
05

Get the Best Motor Oil For Your Vehicle!

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Are API motor oil standards important to you? If they are, you should be aware that the Society of Automotive Engineers has established a numerical grading system as a means of classifying motor oil types according to viscosity. Motor oil is made from both petroleum based and non petroleum synthesized chemical compounds, and if your car does not have enough of the best motor oil types in it, the oil in your car will rise to dangerously high temperatures. This is not something you want to have happen. Whether the oil in your car meets the standards that the best motor oil types must adhere to affects the overall well being of your automobile. It really does matter that you put the very best motor oil types in

Dec
05

Bundling Controversy in the Cable World The Truth About Cable Ties

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Cable ties are well known to most of us. For those in tech industries, they’re a familiar site for holding cables together. For everyone else, they are used for everything from holding up seasonal decorations, to keeping toys in their boxes.

In China this week, they had a rather innovative use. A man trying to steal the equivalent of $200 from a 50 year old fishmonger was caught by passerby who heard the fishmonger’s cry for help; the helpful crowd restrained the man with cable ties until police arrived to arrest him.

Did you know that there is a bundling controversy in the network cabling world? Some teams rely on hook and loop ties to help keep cable bundles tight and structurally solid, while others swear by cable zip ties. According to the people who claim color Continue Reading | No Comments