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5 things to do at the dentist's office - 03 Feb 2016 05:19

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[[html]]Story highlightsCross infection at the dentist's office is rare, but importantPatients should ask questions about their dentist's sterilization proceduresBe alert and watch the gloves and instrumentsAsk for validation of the sterilization machineThe recent news in Tulsa, Oklahoma, brings to light an issue that is rare, but nonetheless important — cross infection in the dental office, or the transfer of infection from one patient to another in a health care environment.<br><br>The unfortunate reality is that you, as the consumer, have very little chance of knowing what's going on — it's a huge trust relationship. Cross contamination is literally invisible because it's caused by microbes invisible to the human eye, so only the professionals can guarantee that it doesn't happen.<br><br>That doesn't mean it's out of your control. Use this checklist to find out how seriously your dentist takes the issue of infection control procedures.<br><br>1. Watch the gloves<br><br>You would never use a cutting board used for raw chicken to chop up some broccoli unless you washed it first — and preventing cross infection in the dental office is no different.<br><br>Ask yourself: <br><br>— How does my dentist put on gloves? Gloves put on by your dentist should come out of the glove dispenser, not off an unsterilized countertop.<br><br>— What does my dentist touch with the gloves? Your dentist should only touch the sterile instruments or your mouth — if anything else gets touched or if the dentist leaves the room, it's time for a new pair of gloves.<br><br>— How many soap containers do I see in the office? Soap containers should be visible and everywhere and dentist and staff should be making use of them in front of you, in addition to using gloves.<br><br>Ask your dentist:<br><br>— Do you change your gloves for every patient? Gloves should absolutely be changed in between patients.<br><br>2. Check out the office<br><br>A clean, uncluttered office can be an indication of how serious your dentist is about sterilization. If the office is cluttered, it's harder to clean.<br><br>Ask yourself: <br><br>— How clean is the office? Is it tidy and uncluttered? If there's lots of junk on the countertops, that can make for surfaces that aren't easily sterilized. <br><br>— Are there carpets? Carpets can't be sterilized, but hospital-grade linoleum floors can. These can all be indications of how serious a dentist is about cleanliness.<br><br>— Are there special containers for disposal of needles and sharp items? If you can't see them, ask where they're kept. Devices have to either be sterilized or thrown away. A dentist should be using these containers to dispose of used devices and using new ones on the next patient.<br><br>Why do I no longer need an antibiotic before teeth cleaning?<br><br>Ask your dentist:<br><br>— Are operatory rooms (the room where the dental chair is) cleaned between patients? The staff should be disinfecting the surfaces in the operatory between every patient.<br><br>— Where do you disinfect instruments? There should be a single room or space in the dental office that is completely dedicated to the disinfection of instruments. Ask your dentist to tell you about this space and what the procedures are.<br><br>— How do you sterilize your instruments? Instruments should be sterilized in between each patient, including the dental drill. <br><br>— How do you know that the sterilizer is working properly? This brings me to my next point. <br><br>3. Ask for autoclave validation<br><br>In my office, this is a form that we keep on our bulletin board. It's a certificate from a third party company that sends the dentist a package full of envelopes of bacteria that are difficult to kill. <br><br>The dentist or staff will put these bacteria into the sterilization machine — or autoclave, in dental terms — weekly or monthly, put the package into the mail, and the company analyzes the package and sends a report to the dentist on how well the sterilization machine is functioning. Another word for this is biological monitoring.<br><br>Ask your dentist:<br><br>— May I see a copy of your autoclave validation? If your dentist is willing and able to show you this report, this demonstrates a commitment and dedication to protecting your health. If your dentist doesn't want to show you or gets defensive, this could be a red flag.<br><br>4. Check the instruments<br><br>Your dentist should be unwrapping a sealed bag of instruments in front of you. A sealed bag indicates that the instruments have been sterilized — or in dental terms, autoclaved — by a machine. If bag is already open, then it's possible that those are used instruments that contain another person's germs.<br><br>Ask yourself:<br><br>— Where did the instrument come from? Once instruments are out of the sterilized bag, your dentist should leave them on a sterile tray, not a dirty countertop.<br><br>Ask your dentist:<br><br>— Do you use the bags that change color when they're autoclaved? Many autoclave bags have a color indicator on them to indicate that the instruments inside were properly sterilized. Not all bags have this, but it can start a good conversation with your dentist about sterilization procedures used in the office.<br><br>5. Speak up<br><br>Never be afraid to ask questions. A good dentist will be proud to tell you of the measures the office takes to ensure your safety, protection and well-being. <br><br>Ask your dentist:<br><br>— "In your office, how do you guarantee that you do not cross infect patients?" The dentist's reaction to this alone is telling. The dentist and staff should be dedicated to answering your questions and making you feel comfortable.<br><br>Why your dental plaque is valuable<br><br>And do your research. The more you know about this topic, the better able you will be to engage in a conversation with your dentist. Do a background check. Usually, there's a governing body that oversees dentists in your state. They keep a record of infractions — call to find out if your dentist is on that list. Educate yourself about dental infection control standards. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and the American Dental Association can help. <br><br>If you ever see something that makes you believe that your dentist and the staff are not perfectionists when it comes to cleanliness, trust your instincts and go somewhere else, or at least speak up.<br><br>Cross infection, in general, is exceedingly rare because dentists follow strict state and federal guidelines. The risk of your health being affected by not seeing the dentist is far greater than the risk of cross infection.<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Charlotte Groupon deals this week for Earth Day - 02 Feb 2016 22:38

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[[html]]ecolicious in Plaza Midwood Get a 52% discount on eco-friendly gifts and vegan products. Handmade jewelry from local artisans, such as crocheted wire earrings and bronze fortune-cookie necklaces, add flair to bright vintage dresses. A recycled-milk-jug school bus from Green Toys charms youngsters, whereas a bookshelf made from wooden wine boxes provides rustic storage space. Each item at ecolicious bears a product tab with a review by staff members, who personally test the goods they shelve. Jewelry crafted by local artisans hangs near vintage clothing, raw snacks, and cleaning supplies made from humanely harvested soap bubbles. Within the store's bright blue walls, Community Supported Agriculture members can also pick up their seasonal shipments of local produce.<br><br>Green-Kleen Professional Cleaning Get 50% off eco-friendly housecleaning visits. Green-Kleen Professional Cleaning's licensed and uniformed cleaners are dedicated to maintaining the health and beauty of indoor and outdoor habitats, scouring dusty surfaces with practices designed to leave the smallest possible impact on the environment. By using highly concentrated, bleach-free cleaners during all services, crews are able to use smaller, safer doses of products that still destroy bacteria and germs but won't deplete ozone or harm the health of resident house elves. Typically operating in teams of two or three, they thoroughly wipe out dirt and grime from kitchens, bathrooms, floors, baseboards, and appliances during basic cleanings, while deluxe scrub downs enlist the help of vacuums and dry dusters to assist in the total top-to-bottom treatment.<br><br>Cleaner Carpet Concepts Get 50% off floor cleaning services. Cleaner Carpet Concepts technicians spruce up floors with all natural solutions and low-moisture cleaning systems. When cleaning carpets, purifying professionals first vacuum and then pre-treat high-traffic areas and red-wine Rorschach test sites. Using only 34 gallons of water, the self-contained cleaning equipment reduces the possibility of mold and leaves carpets dry after 3060 minutes. Hardwood floors receive the same level of TLC as technicians remove evidence of spills and polish away minor scuffs caused by tap dancing in soccer cleats. <br><br>These deals are on for the next 5 days. For more details make sure to click this link!<br><br>The Charlotte Holidays Examiner is your local resource for all things holiday going on in the Queen city. Do you want to read more? Click the Subscribe button under my name to receive e-mail alerts when I publish new articles. You can also follow me on Twitter at www.twitter.com/laurendomm or e-mail me at moc.liamg|mmod.nerual#moc.liamg|mmod.nerual.<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Henry Hoover Vacuum Cleaner Demonstration *SEE HENRY IN ACTION* Cleaning Equipment 01952 505566 - 02 Feb 2016 16:45

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[[html]]For Machines~Accessories~Spares CLICK HERE:<br><br>http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dl… <br><br>Cleaning Equipment 01952 505566<br><br>Henry HVR200 Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner<br><br>The Henry HVR200 bagged cylinder vacuum has a 97.5% high efficiency filtration system. Compact, light and fun this vacuum cleaner rolls almost anywhere: cleaning carpets, rugs and hard floors. It has a 1200W motor with a 9L dust capacity and 260W suction power to grab the dirt and dust deep in the carpet. The cylinder vacuum has on-board tools including 2 stainless steel extension tubes, floor nozzle, multi angle brush and a crevice tool for cleaning skirting boards or between pieces of furniture. It has a unique, time saving cord rewind system.<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

FEMA director defends giving away hurricane supplies - 31 Jan 2016 10:13

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[[html]]WASHINGTON (CNN) — The director of Federal Emergency Management Agency on Sunday defended giving away an estimated $85 million in hurricane relief supplies, blaming Louisiana officials for turning down the stockpiles.<br><br><img src="http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/US/06/15/fema.katrina.supplies/art.charity.cnn.jpg" alt="art.charity.cnn.jpg" width="292" height="219" border="0"/><br><br>A New Orleans charity keeps goods in trash bags in an empty church. FEMA never told it about the free items.<br><br>"We still have quite a few left if Louisiana needs those," David Paulison said. "But we did find out, we did ask Louisiana, 'Do you want these?' They said, 'No, we don't need them.' So we offered them to the other states."<br><br>A CNN investigation revealed last week that FEMA gave away 121 truckloads of material the agency amassed after 2005's Hurricane Katrina. The material was declared surplus property and offered to federal and state agencies — including Louisiana, where groups working to resettle hurricane victims say the supplies are still needed.<br><br>Paulison told CNN's "Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer" his agency distributed more than 90,000 "living kits" to people in Louisiana whose homes were destroyed or damaged by Katrina. The kits included cleaning supplies, mops, brooms, pots and pans. <br><br>After CNN reported on the giveaway, Louisiana officials asked that the supplies be redirected to the state, which originally passed on them. John Medica, director of the Louisiana's Federal Property Assistance Agency, told CNN he was unaware Katrina victims still needed the items because no agency had contacted his office.<br><br>Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, an outspoken critic of FEMA's response to the hurricane, told CNN the supply giveaway was "just a shame."<br><br>"It's just another example of the failings of the federal bureaucracy," said Landrieu, who wrote Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff last week to request an explanation. "We're still trying to fix it. It's going to take a lot more work."<br><br>Paulison said much of the stockpile included "things we don't normally store — refrigerators, stoves, coolers, diapers, things like that." States, meanwhile, were requesting those items, he said.<br><br>"It didn't make any sense for FEMA to sit on this much stuff and supplies we normally don't even keep. We have plenty of supplies in place if we have another disaster. We can duplicate that type of commodities and get them for people in need," he said.<br><br>The agency's chief spokesman, James McIntyre, had declined a request for an on-camera interview and told CNN the giveaway was "not news."<br><br>Paulison said the story "just really missed the mark" — that the supplies given away were not exclusively for Katrina victims, but were "donated from disasters all around the entire country."<br><br>But e-mails from McIntyre and from the General Services Administration, which manages federal property, contradict Paulison's account. <br><br>In an e-mail sent in April, McIntyre told CNN "in many cases, items were purchased in the field by FEMA."<br><br>And in a phone interview with CNN, McIntyre said, "That is property that was purchased in response to Katrina. We purchased most of that equipment because of the catastrophic nature of that disaster." <br><br>General Services Administration spokeswoman Viki Reath wrote the supplies given away were "surplus from the Katrina and [hurricane] Rita disasters… some purchased by FEMA, some donated by foreign countries and federal government agencies."<br><br>McIntyre said FEMA's storage costs were running more than $1 million a year, and that GSA officials wanted to tear down the Fort Worth, Texas, warehouses in which the stockpiles were being kept.<br><br>CNN's Abbie Boudreau and Scott Zamost contributed to this report.<br><br>All About Federal Emergency Management Association Hurricane Katrina<br><br><a href='http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/06/15/fema.katrina.supplies/index.html?eref=rss_us'>http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/06/15/fema.katrina.supplies/index.html?eref=rss_us</a>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

An inside look at the Blogger Challenge during the 2015 World Food Championships - 30 Jan 2016 17:19

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[[html]]With little sleep, it was time to wake up, pack up utensils and ingredients, and head over to Celebration for the first annual Blogger challenge, sponsored by Saucy Mama and The Kansas City Steak Company. After finding a close parking spot near Market Street, the bloggers enjoyed a grab-and-go breakfast of champions which included bagel, cream cheese, yogurt, an apple, orange juice, trail mix and water. The competitors are much like athletes cooking away in a 2 hour heat and need energy for their sport.<br><br><img rel="image_src" typeof="foaf:Image" src="http://cdn2-b.examiner.com/sites/default/files/styles/image_content_width/hash/89/fb/89fbd64ea2ee828c6339d70a13890585.jpg?itok=ubrBcnpc" width="524" height="350" alt="Kenmore Kitchen Arena at the 2015 World Food Championships in Celebration, FL" title="Kenmore Kitchen Arena at the 2015 World Food Championships in Celebration, FL"/><br><br>Kenmore Kitchen Arena at the 2015 World Food Championships in Celebration, FL<br><br>Chelsea Madren aka OC Food Diva<br><br><img rel="image_src" class="zoomable" data-large="http://cdn2-b.examiner.com/sites/default/files/styles/image_content_width_large/hash/d1/46/d146032450869bd7f69ce8f0fe3e1aa5.jpg?itok=mpiSJpDZ" typeof="foaf:Image" src="http://cdn2-b.examiner.com/sites/default/files/styles/image_content_width/hash/d1/46/d146032450869bd7f69ce8f0fe3e1aa5.jpg?itok=wl1k5tuT" width="524" height="350" alt="Chelsea Madren, food/travel writer &amp;amp; food judge" title="Chelsea Madren, food/travel writer &amp;amp; food judge"/><br><br>Courtesy of World Food Championships<br><br>The final touches to Kenmore Kitchen Arena were being set by making sure each station had all the equipment set up and ready to go. In one station, the bloggers attended a kitchen training by Kenmores Pro-Team. This included training on how all the appliances work from the oven/cooktop, toaster oven, and Bull grill.<br><br>Then, it was off to the cooks meeting where all the rules of the competition were explained. The blogger cook-off was not as strict as the normal competition as most of the bloggers had never competed before. The challenge was a taste of what it would be like to be in a competitors shoes. The bloggers also had to write up their recipe which included ingredients and preparation instructions within 3 hours before turning in their dish.<br><br>The bloggers had 15 minutes to prepare their stations, placing their items to cook with on the prep tables or in the refrigerators. There was also a pantry of vegetables along with a variety of Saucy Mama sauces available. But instead of ordering them like the normal competitors, it was a mad dash as bloggers were grabbing vegetables and sauces like Cutthroat Kitchen. My Yard Farms also provided microgreens to incorporate into their dishes.<br><br>The authors recipe, Filet a la Madrone (recipe below), focused on The Kansas City Steak Companys filet mignons, Saucy Mamas Poblano Ranch Dressing, and California Ranchers Santa Maria Style seasoning collections/gourmet-seasonings/products/santa-maria-style. The Santa Maria Style had the right flavor profile to match with the Italian flavors of the pesto sauce and tomato side dish. Fresh basil leaves were unavailable in large enough quantity to make pesto and had to resort to a ready-made pesto. Unfortunately, it did not have the bright green color that was expected. The flavor was flat as well so it desperately needed to be doctored up.<br><br>Filet a la Madrone<br><br>2 Kansas City Steak Company filet mignons2 tbsp California Rancher Santa Maria Style seasoning2 cups fresh basil leaves4 cloves garlic cup pine nuts cup grated parmesan cheese cup + 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil tsp + tsp salt tsp + tsp pepper2 tbsp Saucy Mama Poblano Ranch dressing1 pint grape tomatoes1 tbsp balsamic vinegar cup My Yard Farm microgreensHeat grill to high. Grease grill with bacon drippings or oil to keep steaks from sticking to the grates.Remove filets from packaging and season with California Ranchers Santa Maria Style seasoning and set aside to rest and come to room temperature.Cut grape tomatoes in half and stir in 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, tsp salt, and tsp pepper to coat. Cover and refrigerate to let the flavors marinate.Add basil leaves, pine nuts, parmesan cheese, cup olive oil, tsp salt, and tsp pepper to food processor or NutriBullet and blend until smooth with dark green color. Set aside but do not refrigerate.Sear steaks over high heat for 2 minutes on each side. Reduce heat to medium and cook to your perfect temperature (rare: first side for 7 minutes, second side for 5 minutes; medium: first side for 8 minutes, second side for 7 minutes; medium: first side for 9 minutes, second side for 7 minutes). Remove from heat and let the filets rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing.Stir the pesto, if separated, and decoratively swipe two tablespoons of pesto in the center of the plate.Decoratively swipe 1 tablespoon of Saucy Mamas Poblano Ranch dressing in the middle of the pesto for a two-toned effect.Slice filet and arrange on atop of pesto/ranch swipe.Place cup of the marinated tomatoes on the side of the steak and top with microgreens.<br><br>After two hours of cooking and grilling, it was time to turn in the dishes to the judges. With nerves calmed, station cleaning was at hand to return dirty equipment and pans to the wash station while the bloggers packed up their personal items.<br><br>The bloggers headed to the bus for the last time to visit Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek run by the Osceola County Historical Society. The Pioneer Village is a collection of carefully relocated structures that once stood in different areas of Osceola County. Each structure has been lovingly preserved to demonstrate how life was once lived, complete with Partin Familys Caretakers House, Blacksmiths Shop, Lanier Cracker House (an early-American form of architecture defined by the center breezeway which created a natural air condition for the home), Tyson House (showing how an average farming family of 11 lived in a single room dwelling), The Cadman Complex (including bungalow, kitchen, bachelors quarters, and citrus packing house), Seminole Village, and Mary Kendall Steffee Nature Preserve. If you are a history buff or an avid photographer, this is a great place to visit.<br><br>The bloggers enjoyed a lunch provided by Experience Kissimmee, an instrumental partner in bringing the World Food Championships (WFC) to the The Gateway to Fun. Kissimmee puts you right in the middle of the action from world-class theme parks like SeaWorld Orlando to exciting dinner shows like Medieval Times to accommodations that will fit every budget. Experience Kissimmee is a great resource for meeting planners as well.<br><br>After a short bus ride back to Celebration, it was time to head back to Parc Soleil for some relaxation for a few hours.<br><br>Westgate Resorts Town Center Resort &amp; Spas Ship Wreck Island Water Park was closed off to the kiddies for one evening to showcase the Kick-Off Reception for the World Food Championships. As one of the supporters, Westgate Resorts planned a beautiful reception with food stations galore as past winners reunited as the 2015 World Food Championships began. The bloggers gathered near the stage to see how they did. Rebecka Evans, blogger and WFC competitor, won 1st place with a $500 prize. Ken Hulme, blogger and personal chef, won 2nd place with a $250 prize. Cho Wut Yee, blogger and television personality from Myanmar, won 3rd place with a $100 prize. The full score board can viewed here. The author received a score of 80 and placed 19 out of 32.<br><br>The 2015 Food Fight Write! Blogger Summit has come to an end but the World Food Championship is just about to start.<br><br>To see more photos, please visit OC Food Divas Facebook ocfooddiva page.<br><br>For more information:<br><br>World Food Championships<br><br>Celebration, FL<br><br>Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek<br><br>2491 Babb Rd<br><br>Kissimmee, FL 34746<br><br>+1.407.396.9644<br><br>Hours: Daily from 10 AM to 4 PM (Closed on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Years Day)<br><br>Admission: $7 for adults, $3 for children 4-12 years old<br><br>Westgate Resorts Town Center Resort &amp; Spa<br><br>7700 Westgate Boulevard<br><br>Kissimmee, FL 34747<br><br>+1.407.396.2500<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Air Duct Cleaning - You Will Be Amazed at What Festers in Your Ducts - 29 Jan 2016 15:49

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[[html]]If your house just seems to have an odd smell to it no matter how well you clean, or maybe you just bought an older home, then getting the ducts cleaned is something to definitely consider especially if anyone has asthma or allergies in your family.<br><br>Before you hit the back button with the horrors of those spammy phone calls offering this service, there is some merit to having it done professionally. This service gets a bad rap due to all the unsolicited phone calls to promote this type of service from back door companies.<br><br>I phoned my house insurance agent and asked who they contract to clean ducts after any house repairs and she gave me the name of a local firm. This is the same firm they use for any smoke damage and water damage. So, you could do the same and phone your house insurance agent or you could look for this type of company locally.<br><br>This firm showed up with a truck and professional equipment. This is not the guy down the street with a shop vac, this was a very large self-contained unit in the back of this truck and all the equipment needed to do a good job. A home Shop Vacuum is not going to do the best job; it simply will not get all the bends and turns or scrub away the sticky residue.<br><br><img src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41Pyvcy%2BQpL.jpg" class="amazonBigImage"/>16ft USB Waterproof Endoscope Borescope Inspection Camera with 4 LED lights<br><br>Amazon Price: $16.69 Buy Now<br><br>(price as of Sep 28, 2013)<br><br>this is a great camera to have if you want to inspect your own ducts!<br><br>Camera in the Ducts - Embarrassing <br><br>The first thing he did was to get into the ducts by cutting a small hole near the furnace (which they cover with a flap so they can do this again later if you wish). He then put in a flexible tube camera so that we could see what was going on in there from the furnace level up.<br><br>He had me watch, and as we travelled through each leg of ductwork, we started noticing loads of fur, hair and other nasty things stuck to what he figures was pop or sticky soft drinks that end up down the vents in the kids rooms especially over the years as they play on the floors.<br><br>Then anything else that gets down there gets trapped on the sticky surface and this creates a nasty pile of debris that stays there as the air from the heat or the air conditioning fluffs over it creating not so nice air in the rooms that can aggravate any respiratory ailments.<br><br>One room actually had what looked like a dead mouse stuck to something halfway down a vent or duct. So, this is something you should consider getting done if your house has a traditional furnace with ductwork installed.<br><br>He cleaned this all out for us. We found old toys, bits of paper, snack bags, old food debris; it is actually amazing what can get down those vents in the rooms.<br><br>He said heating vents in the kitchen floors can be some of the worse as homeowners sweep their floors, food debris can end up down these vents and basically sit there for years.<br><br>Many times it will sit just under the vent but then it can work its way down. I always thought anything that got down there would simply get blown back up with the rising air, but if sticky liquid and heavier stuff gets down in there, you now have a trap for more debris that can fester especially during the months the equipment (furnace or air conditioning) is not running.<br><br>The part going to our kitchen had a lot of pet fur stuck to the sides and had accumulated at an elbow which was also restricting the air. This was a 70s house, so you are talking over 40 years of accumulated dust, dirt, debris and who knows what else as they had never been cleaned.<br><br>After any Renovation and Even a Brand New Build<br><br>If you do any renovations to your home you should have this done as the last step to clean out any dust and drywall dust or sawdust that can end up down there. Otherwise you face it basically sitting there or getting blown out as soon as the heat is turned on or the air conditioning.<br><br>If you are buying an older home with ductwork, then by getting this service done you will know your house is clean right down to the furnace.<br><br>You just never know what bacteria and debris is lingering down there.<br><br>If you have bought a brand new house, put in the contract that you want the ducts cleaned as a last step as it is possible to have all the construction debris from the new build to end up down there too which means dust can be blown out of there as soon as the heating comes on.<br><br><img src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41YHbUOCETL.jpg" class="amazonBigImage"/>Vent Register Filters<br><br>Amazon Price: $8.99 $1.79 Buy Now<br><br>(price as of Sep 28, 2013)<br><br>these filters can help to trap dirt and debris coming into the room until you can get the ducts properly cleaned. These would be great to use when the system is off.<br><br>Maintenance Tips<br><br>It was suggested that if lift the vents in each room and vacuum dust and debris from there each season then this will help to reduce the amount of debris that will get down further.<br><br>He suggested getting this type of service done once every 3 5 years. It cost me 300 dollars and it was the best thing I ever did for that house. He was able to clean the sticky substance that lined the walls of a couple of the ducts and also removed the dead mouse and the loads of small toys that had migrated down there over the years. The container was quite full. I think the house lost a few pounds that day.<br><br>This has helped the air flow immensely. So, if you figure just changing the furnace filter is enough just consider what you find in that filter and consider getting those ducts cleaned.<br><br>We also had it done again after a house fire. If the furnace or air conditioning is running and you have any fire or smoke in the house it will end up in the venting, so this is a good last step after a fire or any damage.<br><br>The Air Smells Fresher<br><br>If you find that your room smells bad once the furnace first comes on for the season especially if you dont have air conditioning then you know something has been festering in those dark ducts. They are actually a great place for bacteria to grow if they are not clean.<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Microelectronics & Semiconductor Device/Wafer Cleaning Equipment Market Report 2017 | Reuters - 29 Jan 2016 10:16

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[[html]]Dublin, Nov. 19, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Research and Markets&#13;<br><br>&#13;(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5xdbt7/microelectronics)&#13;has announced the addition of the &#13;"Microelectronics &amp; Semiconductor Device/Wafer Cleaning&#13;Equipment Market - by Equipment, Technology, Application &amp;&#13;Geography - Forecasts (2012 - 2017)" report to their&#13;offering.<br><br>The basic building blocks of almost all the electronic devices are&#13;components like semiconductor wafers, ICs, MEMS, memory devices&#13;(HDDs), PCBs, etc. The overall performance of the electronic device&#13;depends on the performance of individual components. Moreover, as&#13;these components are comparatively small, contaminants affect their&#13;performance and reliability in a big way. Hence, microelectronics&#13;cleaning is a crucial step as regards the functioning of any&#13;electronic device and the cleaning equipment market is one of the&#13;most important markets of the semiconductor industry.<br><br>Microelectronics cleaning equipment are used to clean silicon&#13;wafers, compound semiconductor device wafers, MEMS, flat panel&#13;displays, read/write heads of hard disk drives, photomasks, and&#13;printed circuit boards. The major application of microelectronics&#13;cleaning equipment is in the IC fabrication industry, where a big&#13;percentage of the fabrication process involves cleaning the&#13;wafers.<br><br>The cleaning of &#13;microelectronics involves many different challenges like&#13;removal and neutralization of the effects of multiple kinds of&#13;contaminants, defects, etc. and hence various technologies are used&#13;in the process. This includes wet chemical cleaning, dry cleaning,&#13;aqueous cleaning, and cryogenic aerosol and supercritical fluid&#13;cleaning. These cleaning technologies can be used in equipment that&#13;process wafers one-by-one, called single-wafer cleaning equipment,&#13;or in groups simultaneously, called batch-wafer cleaning.<br><br>By geography, APAC is the leading manufacturer of electronic&#13;devices with Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, etc. leading the charts.&#13;In accordance with this, APAC is also the major contributor to the&#13;microelectronics cleaning equipment industry. North America has had&#13;a stable semiconductor device market for over the last five years&#13;with a small growth rate. This is expected to continue in the next&#13;five years as well.<br><br>The global microelectronics cleaning equipment market is expected&#13;to reach $5.86 billion by 2017, at a CAGR of 16.1%. As stated&#13;before, APAC leads this market.<br><br>Key Topics Covered:<br><br>1 Introduction<br><br>2 Executive Summary<br><br>4 Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment Market, By Technology<br><br>5 Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment Market, By Equipment<br><br>6 Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment, By Impurity<br><br>7 Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment Market, By Applications<br><br>8 Geographic Analysis<br><br>9 Competitive Landscape<br><br>10 Company Profiles<br><br>Companies Mentioned<br><br>Akrion Systems Llc&#13;Atmi Inc&#13;Axcelis Technology&#13;Axus Technologies&#13;Cleaning Technologies Group Llc&#13;Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co., Ltd.&#13;Falcon Process Systems, Inc.&#13;Fsi International&#13;Inseto&#13;Kla Tencor Corp&#13;Lam Research Corporation&#13;Mei Llc&#13;Onboard Solutions Pty Ltd&#13;Pva Tepla Ag&#13;Quantumclean&#13;Semes Co. Ltd&#13;Semsysco&#13;Solid State Equipment Llc&#13;Speedline Tech.&#13;Stoelting Llc&#13;Strasbaugh&#13;Tokyo Electron&#13;Ultra T Euipment Company, Inc.&#13;Ultron Systems, Inc.&#13;Yield Engineering Systems, Inc.&#13; <br><br>For more information visit &#13;http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5xdbt7/microelectronics<br><br>Research and Markets<br><br>&#13;Laura Wood, Senior Manager.<br><br>moc.stekramdnahcraeser|sserp#moc.stekramdnahcraeser|sserp<br><br>&#13;&#13;U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907<br><br>&#13;Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716<br><br>&#13;Sector: &#13;Semiconductor<br><br><img src="http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/ti?nf=MjA0IzEwMDU4NjMwIzI4MTI0" alt="" width="1" height="1"/>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Advance Launches First-of-Its-Kind Fuel Cell-Powered Industrial Floor Cleaning Machine | Reuters - 27 Jan 2016 22:12

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[[html]]http://pdf.reuters.com/htmlnews/8knews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&amp;u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130128:nBw286120aIndustry`s First Hybrid Drive Combination Sweeper-Scrubbers Slash Fuel Costs,Emissions and Hydraulic System Maintenance, WhileEnhancing Performance andProductivityPLYMOUTH, Minn.(Business Wire)Nilfisk-Advance Group, one of the world‘s leading manufacturers and distributorsof professional floor cleaning equipment, introduced today the first fuelcell-powered industrial combination sweeper-scrubber. The Advance CS7000Combination Sweeper-Scrubber Fuel Cell unit was unveiled by Nilfisk-Advance`sU.S. President &amp; General Manager Jeff Barna at the ProMat 2013 Expo in Chicago.This innovative machine responds to the growing industrial demand forcost-effective, alternative fuel solutions.http://mms.businesswire.com/bwapps/mediaserver/ViewMedia?mgid=356014&amp;vid=4CS7000 Combination Sweeper-Scrubber Fuel Cell (Photo: Nilfisk-Advance Group)"Our industrial customers have asked for sustainable cleaning solutions coupledwith Advance`s proven track record of great performance and enhancedproductivity. This first-of-its-kind fuel cell-powered unit provides asweeper-scrubber solution for customers who have already invested in fuel celltechnology, allowing them to further leverage their fuel cell investment andinfrastructure," said Barna. "Advance`s goal is to always deliverbest-in-industry products and customer service so fuel cell technology users cannow meet their industrial cleaning needs, while utilizing their own hydrogenfuel-cell infrastructure." Operating solely on hydrogen, the innovative fuel cell-powered Advance CS7000provides enhanced efficiency, productivity, reliability, simplified maintenanceand 100% indoor emission-free operation-making it an ideal solution forsustainable-driven applications. Featuring dedicated sweeping and scrubbingfunctions, the Advance CS7000 fuel cell unit provides one-pass cleaning powerfor enhanced cleaning capabilities. Optional equipment features such as thepatented DustGuard System, provide users with unlimited flexibility to meettheir cleaning challenges. Additional benefits include:* Full operator shift of cleaning time between refuels * Rapid refuel capabilities with no recharge cycle enables 24/7 operation * Simple, two-connection setup for easy fuel cell installationPlug Power Inc., the architect of modern fuel cell technology, manufactures thefuel cell used in the Advance CS7000 sweeper-scrubber. Plug Power revolutionizedthe industry with its GenDrive power solutions that increase productivity, loweroperating costs and reduce carbon footprints for customers who use their fuelcell products. "Advance is an industry leader and innovator and it was only natural for PlugPower and Advance to join forces to offer the cleaning industry`s first fuelcell sweeper-scrubber," said Erik Hansen, VP Sales of Plug Power. About the Advance CS7000 SeriesThe full line of Advance CS7000 Combination Sweeper-Scrubbers-the all-batterypowered, hybrid and now the new fuel cell-powered-are the most efficient,productive, cost-effective and sustainable industrial floor cleaners on themarket for industrial use. The design of Advance`s CS7000 series has resulted inup to a 50% reduction in fuel costs relative to comparable models in themarketplace, reduces LPG fuel consumption and cost up to 45%, up to 45% lowercarbon dioxide (CO2) emissions than other LPG fueled units, increases batteryruntime vs. competitors by 64% and is 100% indoor emission-free ePower batteryoperation. The extended runtime offered by all of the Advance CS7000 models is ideal formaximum productivity in industrial cleaning areas, including warehouses,shipping and manufacturing facilities that present difficult-to-manage areas dueto the size and scope of the required cleaning area. Large cleaningapplications, such as heavily-accessed university grounds or parking garages,also benefit from the Advance CS7000`s dual sweeping and scrubbing/cleaningcapabilities. About Nilfisk-AdvanceThe Nilfisk-Advance Group is one of the world`s leading suppliers ofprofessional floor cleaning equipment. Nilfisk-Advance has production, sales andservice entities in all major geographic regions including, EMEA (Europe,Middle-East and Africa), Americas (U.S., Canada and Latin America), and AsiaPacific, including China. Nilfisk-Advance is a part of the NKT Group, which isan OMX20 company listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. Total 2011 sales wereover $1 billion USD. Advance is a brand of Nilfisk-Advance, Inc. For more information on the newAdvance Fuel Cell CS7000, call 800-850-5559 or visit: www.advance-us.com Smart Cleaning Blog Twitter Facebook Google+Photos/Multimedia Gallery Available:http://www.businesswire.com/multimedia/home/20130128006120/en/For Nilfisk-Advance GroupAmy K. Rotenberg, Esq.612-336-7705 Copyright Business Wire 2013<br><br><a href=’http://www.reuters.com/article/mn-nilfisk-advance-idUSnBw6R1vY2a+124+BSW20130128'>http://www.reuters.com/article/mn-nilfisk-advance-idUSnBw6R1vY2a+124+BSW20130128</a>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

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6 Different Types of Camper Trailers Brisbane - 26 Jan 2016 07:17

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[[html]]Are you looking for different variations available in camper trailers Brisbane? If yes, then you have picked the correct article for interpretation purposes. Continue reading till the end because by doing so, you will come to know about 6 most common types of trailers available worldwide.<br><br>1. Fifth Wheel Campers: As the name suggests, this particular category of trailers does not appear like a surplus extension. Additionally protruding storage space in front of these trolleys easily slide over or get attached with the back of the truck. Hence, the towing becomes easy as the camper becomes the part of the vehicle rather than simply becoming an uncontrollable extension behind.<br><br>Also keep in mind that fifth wheel trailers are the biggest amongst all the variations and are generally preferred for handling shipping tasks in huge factories.<br><br><img src="http://www.roamingtimes.com/rvreports/images/r-pod-ultra-lite-exterior.jpg" alt="EzineSeeker.com" /><br><br>2. Trailer Specifically for traveling: These are slightly smaller than the five wheelers but; are usually preferred by people who are always on the roads.<br><br>3. Expandable Ones: Well, expandable camper trailers Brisbane have surplus divisions for special cabins. For example, in a regular rectangular shape trailer, a minor partition can be made for facilitating a separate kitchen area. Hence, multiple divisions can be made based on the requirement.<br><br>4. Tent Trailers: These are a combination of a trailer and a full-size tent. Thus, you can easily pack it up when you are on the wheels and can simultaneously unpack the tent, when you require taking a rest on the way.<br><br>5. A-shaped camping trailers: Rather that opting the conventional rectangular shape, these campers possess the shape of an English alphabet A. Most of the trekkers prefer using this category of trailers because it is the most suitable selection for one or two person. Attaching one such camper behind the normal size car or truck does not impart undue pressure on the wheels and simultaneously, towing them in hilly areas also remains easy.<br><br>6. Campers in the shape of a tear-drop: Hey! Have you seen a tear drop? Obviously you might have seen! In actual, how does it appear? Like a water droplet, Right? So, teardrop trailers are also of the same configuration. It is the smallest size trailer amongst all the available options.<br><br><img style="float:right;margin:10px;border:none;" src="http://www.hayley-group.co.uk/media/images/categories/primary-images/Cleaning-and-janitorial_jpg_460x460_q85.jpg" width="395" /><br><br>Trust it guys! Camping is a real fun altogether but; it can even get tedious without properly selected Camper Trailers Brisbane. You can refer online portals for buying one such tremendous product but; make sure to analyze your requirement before finalizing an adamant selection.<br><br>In the end, there comes a simple yet powerful tip for all the readers out there!<br><br>Look for something that is cheap and is simultaneously fully equipped with several features rather than spending numerous dollars over a costly yet lesser beneficial item.<br><br><a href='http://trailer.ezinemark.com/6-different-types-of-camper-trailers-brisbane-7d381a9006ed.html'>http://trailer.ezinemark.com/6-different-types-of-camper-trailers-brisbane-7d381a9006ed.html</a><br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0


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