Is It Safe to Use Asphalt Wire Loom on Existing Wiring?

No wires are supposed to run along or even close to the manifold unless properly protected by the correct-grade insulation. Do not improvise or your car might go up in flames. Use only automotive-grade wiring, the best solution is to use the original spare part loom. You might try also the silicon-insulated wiring (used in household appliances such as ovens), but only if properly sized, mechanically protected and secured to the fixed parts of the body. This would be the "last option". Do not use anything that looks as it might fray, because sooner or later it will. Better be safe than sorry.

1. Can a puppy get parvo from the pavement or asphalt?

1. they meant pavement in public where OTHER dogs have been 2. Yes its spread from dog to dog, HOWEVER parvo infected dogs shed the virus through their feces.

2. "Can you put new Asphalt blacktop over old?"?

couple of thoughts - you can put new over old, but every crack will "telegraph" through after a year - if there is nothing wrong with the old, why not just resurface or seal coat it? spot fix the holes. how long are you going to live there? short term, go over the top, long term, rip it up and have it regraded, and reset. i am working with a couple of contractors who are reputable, and those are their thoughts.

3. what causes you to see water in the desert when there isnt any?

A mirage is a naturally occurring optical phenomenon in which light rays are bent to produce a displaced image of distant objects or the sky. Like a mirror, a mirage shows images of things which are elsewhere. The principal physical cause of a mirage, however, is refraction rather than reflection. Mirages can be categorized as "inferior" (meaning lower), "superior" (meaning higher) and "Fata Morgana", one kind of superior mirage consisting of a series of unusually elaborate, vertically-stacked images, which form one rapidly-changing mirage. The model given above explains the cause of the inferior mirage, called "inferior" because the image seen is under the real object. The real object is the (blue) sky or any distant object in that direction, meaning we see a bright bluish patch on the ground in the distance. For exhausted travelers in the desert it appears as a lake of water. Cold air is denser than warm air and has therefore a greater refractive index. As light passes from colder air across a sharp boundary to significantly warmer air, the light rays bend away from the direction of the temperature gradient. When light rays pass from hotter to colder, they bend toward the direction of the gradient. If the air near the ground is warmer than that higher up, the light ray bends in a concave, upward trajectory. Once the ray reaches the viewer's eye, the visual cortex interprets it as if it traces back along a perfectly straight "line of sight". This line is however at a tangent to the path the ray takes at the point it reaches the eye. The result is that an "inferior image" of the sky above appears on the ground. The viewer may incorrectly interpret this sight as water which is reflecting the sky, which is, to the brain, a more reasonable and common occurrence. In the case where the air near the ground is cooler than that higher up, the light rays curve downward, producing a "superior image". The "resting" state of the Earth's atmosphere has a vertical gradient of about -1 Celsius per 100 metres of altitude. (The value is negative because it gets colder as altitude increases.) For a mirage to happen, the temperature gradient has to be much greater than that. According to Minnaert, the magnitude of the gradient needs to be at least 2C per meter, and the mirage does not get strong until the magnitude reaches 4 or 5C per meter. These conditions do occur when there is strong heating at ground level, for example when the sun has been shining on sand or asphalt and an inferior image is commonly generated because of this.

4. How can I repair cracks in a sports court?

Asphalt courts will always develop cracks. I use a material called Deep Patch from a court surfacing material supplier, , mixed in with silica sand, and just a bit of portland cement. The silica sand acts as an aggregate that has the exact same texture as the surface. Even after patching a court, I always tell the customer beforehand that the cracks my very well come back out in a week, or a year. It all depends on the subgrade of the asphalt, the age of the asphalt, and the thickness of the asphalt slab. Asphalt just continues to develop new cracks over time.

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