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    Re: Gas suppliers (welding & cutting gasses)

    We currently use airproducts, couple years ago priced out the various options to see if there were a cheaper way to go for us but it turns out we can't get anything else for what we pay airproducts....
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    Re: What are these objects?

    Are they not rollers from a mill for rolling corn or oaks or such?
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    Re: Air source heating

    Me too :cool:
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    Re: Air source heating

    I've decided to fit the oil boiler , have it sitting ready to go just need the plumber to pull finger out and get on with it. Any payments went with whoever installed the system 12 years ago. £265 a...
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    Re: Eureka moment.

    I think if people weren't able to be a politician until they are 50 would that mean folk wouldn't go to university leading down the path of career politician and in that case there may be less people...
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    Re: Writing a Reference

    “Somebody once said that in looking for people to hire, you look for three qualities: integrity, intelligence, and energy. And if you don’t have the first, the other two will kill you. You think...
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    Re: Air source heating

    I hear what your saying, use wot I got and I've been thinking about the cost of running. Air source heat pumps are said to turn 1kw of electricity into 3kw of heat. So approx 18p per unit means 6p...
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    Re: Air source heating

    I've decided the air source is comin out and oil fired is going in, I'll have to change the hot water tank also as it's a combined unit :(
    just out of interest is there any plumbers on here that...
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    Re: Air source heating

    I've convinced myself I'm fitting an oil boiler but the question is do I keep what is already there which does produce luke warm water and use the boiler to boost this and potentially save a bit of...
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    Re: Air source heating

    The system has been in for approx 14 years and there is no underfloor heating system just radiators. Everything I look up seems to lead to there are almost adequate if everything is setup right but...
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    Air source heating

    Just bought myself a new house and it has air source heat pump, as far as I can make out it's approximately 14 years old and the previous tenant said it's inadequate to heat he house and the hot...
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    Re: post and rail fence

    The timber I've got is already treated / tannalized but as ever with modern products it's not great :undecided: so a bit of extra so I can forget about it for a while :) there is no posts in the...
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    Re: post and rail fence

    Do you add anything to the spent oil to make it better to go on or is it straight outta the engine?
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    Re: Heavy duty chain

    You can get tractors nowadays that you don't need to tow :D
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    Re: post and rail fence

    Looks good, is it worth looking at anything else for timber preservative or is creosote still the daddy ?
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    Re: post and rail fence

    Do you still get proper creosote? Or is it just the creosote stuff nowadays, is it any good
  17. Re: VOSA and Clear diesel vis-a-vis red diesel

    Someone was trying to tell me today if you apply for " a number " for your farm you have more of a chance to say you are carrying out agricultural related work when you are towing and excavator to a...
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    Re: A bit of land drainage

    Looks like some operation there. You would need to be doing a fair few drains in a year to justify a setup like that :)
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    Re: Big horsepower events

    This weekend again at BA country stores dunnect. Should be a good turn out :)
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    Re: Shipping container - Chemical Store

    If the chemicals you are storing are flammable then lights/electrics are a no no unless they are suitably atex rated and you can prove competence for installation. Also the venting and binding are a...
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    Re: Ford New Holland 8340 SLE help thread

    Much appreciated, I will check this out tomorrow :)
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    Re: Ford New Holland 8340 SLE help thread

    I've a 7740 1996 blue roof sle and for over a year the speedo was not registering road speed, then this year after getting her stuck for a bit in deep snow then out again the speedo started working,...
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    Re: Pan mixers - which one?

    We got the dpm machine from http://www.pvdobson.com/used-stock/243/used-machinery-duvelsdorf/ works good, you need a 100 hp tractor, it's very easy to overload it with the digger but you get used to...
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    Re: Replacement taps and dies

    We've started buying tooling from http://www.cutwel.co.uk/thread-making and seem to do a good service :)
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    Re: repairing hydraulic ram rod

    Is it only one pitted area on the rod where the wiper seal sits and do you need full stroke of the ram? In the past when we've had a cylinder in bits to fit seals we've fitted a small spacer to the...
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