Concrete floor grinder
- Replace subfloor
in bathroom - Floors wooden
Concrete Floor Grinder
- We use 3500 psi concrete with fibermesh reinforcement, vapor barrier, and expansion joints. We also offer aprons, sidewalks, and other concrete you need poured while the truck is there.
- molar: grinding tooth with a broad crown; located behind the premolars
- A machine used for grinding something
- A person employed to grind cutlery, tools, or cereals
- bomber: a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
- A molar tooth
- mill: machinery that processes materials by grinding or crushing
EDCO 19161 Turbo Grinder Accessory White Abrasive Concrete Disc
This 10" White diamond disc can be used wet or dry. The 10" turbo grinder
works 4 to 5 times faster than conventional floor grinder
s and are designed for high production. The life expectancy of a disc depends on the
material being removed. This green/general purpose concrete
disc has a grit rating of 30-40 grit with a medium-hard bond that is used for abrasive applications. It's ideal for fast grinding of rough, uneven slab surfaces, as well as grinding 1/8" to 1/4" and leaving a smooth finish to the surface.
Brooder inside.Year 2006
This is a plastic Rodant Hutch, with snake mesh over wire lid, to keep mice out.Infared ceramic globe on a thermostat ( see probe (have been told without a thermostat ,cardboard brooders have cought fire), in front of white chick, available from pet shops who sell snake accesories),supplies heat only,no light, to allow chicks to learn to sleep at night. This prevents night time crowing in Roos!.Rubber shelf matting 2 layers with a piece of snake mesh cut to fit, with cleats of wood stapled to the under side to keep it off the floor of the brooder to aid air circulation and aid drying of the manure . Two top layers changed dayly.Small auto drinker to stop them drowning or getting too wet. Use a jar lid or shallow egg cup first 24 hrs.Dip beak in water after removing from hatcher. medicated chick starter on tissue at first ,until they learn what food is. These chick were imports back in 2006.Individuals with a disirable atribute to pass on were kept, for breeding.Non of these whites were kept.Chicks have short legs and body, with feathers down side of legs, and middle toe feathering, black or dark eyes, and beaks, and some with large Cone Heads.Some colours ie. Clear Buff chicks, are on a .eWh/eWh base, have lighter feet when first hatch, but they colour up within 24 hrs.If buff coloured chicks have dark lines on their coat or dark feet and legs ie.' Wild Type'when first hatched , then they are not true clear buff and will have dark tails and wings,when they mature.Putting black birds to the coloured birds doesn't make them a pure bred silkie, it only changes the base the colour is made from, and you end up back to square one, with no good coloured chicks.As the silkie becomes more pure bred the mulberry colouring of the silkie becomes more pronounced.As it is the length of silk ie the width and fineness of the feather that makes the silkie not the dark comb, if you want colour you have to use other than black base.Eye colour and beak colour goes with the colour pigment of the feathers. Dark eye colour being dominent over light. Skin and beak colour darkens on Wheaten based birds as they mature.
They are kept inside for four weeks. then go out to a higher brooder in the nursery, that still has the thermostat ceramic globe set up, for another 2-3 weeks.They are kept in cages of the ground until 6mths of age, then yarded separately from the hens on concrete,until they are laying. Birds that have escaped and mixed with the older birds, outside, are noticably backward, in their growth and plumage, as they require grower mix until laying.Genetics is only part of it . If they are not fed and house
d correctly, they never reach potentual.Silkies are heavy layers and require higher protien diet. All of these chicks were hand hatched, otherwise they wouldn't be here! After travelling,without help only about 3-4 out of 4 doz would hatch and survive. With Hand hatching they all survive, with the correct equipement and food follow up! I learnt to do this before ordering eggs from interstate,and worked out what temp they needed to get started after travelling.So I wasn't experimenting with bought eggs.
Receintly I have made a duckboard 'type frame covered with snakemesh,stapled on. To allow the rubber matting cover to dry out , Saves having to change the mat twice a day as they get bigger, preventing manure covered toes.I have also found ,grinding the chickcrumbles in a coffee grinder , helps keep them dryer, as the big chick crumbles make them thursty, resulting in more wet poos.
Safety Alert Gas Explosion Barhale
ALSO consider the effect of capping foam concrete with a reactive metal sheet?
On 21st August whilst Barhale operatives were in the process of cutting hand-railing as part of a decommissioning activity in a pumping station, an explosion occurred, injuring two operatives. Both injured parties were taken to hospital and treated for fractures to the ankle and foot.
The decommissioning phase required placement of foam concrete infill into an existing dry well (inside building) and wet well (outside building) The dry well infill had extended beneath an existing solid metal floor which both injured parties were standing on at the time of the incident.
The investigation into the root cause is still ongoing but it is suspected that the likely cause was as a direct result of hydrogen gas produced from the foam concrete. The gas appears to have built up beneath the metal flooring overnight. The gas is thought to have been ignited by spark created by a grinder.
The foam concrete mixture contained IBA (Incinerator Bottom Ash) which after investigation and research is likely to produce hydrogen gas. Aluminium metal particles present in the IBA react with the water and cement contents of the concrete to generate hydrogen, the volume of hydrogen produced being proportional to the quantity of aluminium metal being present in the IBA.
Early learning points:
•The use of foam concrete containing IBA is no longer permitted within Barhale. Only foam concrete using inert materials will be permitted.
•You must contact your Supplier for clarification and assurance of its safety, if you are unsure of the ingredients used in specified mixes.
Safety Alert 09/09 Please display until 31/12/09
For further information please contact Andy Dodman (Health & Safety Dept) on 07903 882329
•Examples of inert materials used in foam mix designs include sand, gravel or crushed stone. Always seek confirmation from the supplier that the materials used are inert and will not produce gas emissions when mixed.
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