The mining industry requires cheaper, but more reliable, pumps that take up less space and use less water, which is what the chrome and coal mining sectors have relied on liquid-ring vacuum pumps and low-pressure compressors for a variety of
Today's guests: Nourish columnist Ellie Krieger with water, no soaking necessary. Cook until tender is the best advice I can give you, usually anywhere from 20 to 40 minutes. The same thing happened to me recently! I wound up tossing mine after
And police now believe that these criminals might have some ties to the construction industry. I wonder what gave them that idea. The thieves hit the First Service Bank in Conway, Arkansas around 3:30am local time on Wednesday morning. The Conway Police
The cheapest and easiest way to disinfect water? Sunlight. Just leave a clear glass or plastic bottle out in the sun for six hours. SODIS, or solar water disinfection, is an age-old method touted by the World Health Organization for areas where access to
TEFSA-Group, a Spanish-based designer and manufacturer of liquid also rotary vacuum filters with precoats. These are available with either an external or internal filtrate extraction pump. Della Toffola also offers industrial waste water treatment
Apple had their big-ass event today, in their brand-new land-spaceship, and in this big-ass event they had their big-ass announcement: the big-ass iPhone X. That iPhone X (pronounced like MacOS X and not Malcom X) will cost you a non-trivial $999, which is
At first, it sounded like a joke: a self-styled engineer, trained in Khairpur’s polytechnic institute, claims to have invented a ‘water kit’ enabling any car to run on water alone. It didn’t matter that the rest of world couldn’t extract energy
Metafilter user not_the_water gathered the advice from articles, online courses, podcasts, live talks, and a drinking game. Some highlights: Certain themes run throughout: Narratives need character and tension. Collect story ideas everywhere and keep a file.
In this installment of "Just One Thing," Sam took aim at recycling Did you know that when you visit a car wash, you use 45 gallons of water per wash, versus the 80 to 140 gallons of water per home wash? Washing commercially can conserve more water.