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Running Modern Extension Power Strip With Many Dif 9tzkjwq
We all have them—Power strips. The irony of our increasingly wireless society is that our homes and businesses no longer have enough outlets for all the things that we need to the plugin. As a result, we rely on power strips to access electricity and act as a safety valve should there be a power...
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E-Waste or electronic waste is a huge environmental concern. Electronic waste is composed of hazardous chemicals such as lead, beryllium, cadmium, and mercury. As commercial/industrial electricians, we are conscious of minimizing the impact of electrical waste on the environment. But each of us can make an even greater impact by responsibly dealing with the waste...
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Lightning Storm Over Prague Czech Republic 9ydubm5 (1)
With storm season well underway, it is good to think about safety around power lines and electrical wires. It’s not uncommon for them to be knocked down by fallen trees and other debris. We should dispel several myths to make sure you have all the facts to keep you safe. Myth #1 Power Lines are...
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Male Electrician Repairing Circuit Line 3lu682u
Getting ready to go on vacation can be a lot of work. The day you leave, it might occur to you that you could save some money by unplugging all the appliances. It may even be safer! After all, there will be less chance of an electrical fire. Right? But the thought of unplugging every...
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Electrician Installing Outlet 7t5uafm
Most people know that watts, amps, volts, and ohms are electrical terms, but they often aren’t sure of what they mean. Today we will look at these terms as well as basic electrical safety. The three most basic units in electricity are voltage, current, and resistance.         Voltage is measured in volts....
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51207 Home Decorated With Christmas Lights 47lylrb
The holidays are coming up and it’s time to start thinking about how you can keep your family safe. Electrical safety is something that we should all be paying attention to. The United States Fire Administration (USFA) estimates that nearly half of all electrical fire deaths occur December through March. Thankfully, there are things that...
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