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Torquing a bolted joint serves a very specific purpose - to set the clamping force exerted by the bolt on the joint. By applying some specific torque to a bolt with a certain thread pitch, the effect is to stretch the bolt by a specific amount. The b
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Q: My wife and I can’t decide on what type of kitchen sink to get for our new stone countertops. We’re down to choosing an under-mount or a drop-in. The big advantage so far is that our contractor told us that a drop-in will cost less to install
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A 30-gallon water heater can explode with the same force as one pound of dynamite, causing significant damage and destroying your home, according to Watts Water Technologies. Having a temperature and pressure relief valve installed in a water heater
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I have a freestanding bathtub to be installed on a bathroom with concrete floor that will be tilled. There were no instructions with the bathtub and the company doesn't really care (Brazil has terrible customer service for some stuff). The drain poin
Have you ever heard a banging noise coming from your water pipes when the water is turned off quickly? It usually sounds like the pipes are banging on something inside the walls… and that’s exactly what’s happening. When the flow of water is turned o
The water should not be that high in the sump. It should be down to around the 2-3" level inside. This is what I'd call a safety margin which allows the pump time to rest should there be any sudden surge of water coming in from the drain tile or wher
There's no pressure/overflow inside the walls that would explain this. There is a tub overflow that connects to these same drain lines, and due to their position, they could be partially related to the actual problem. This indicates the drain lines h