Double End Studs Price - ASTM A194 2HM Heavy Hex Nuts – Dingshen Metalworks
ASTM A194/A194M 2HM Heavy Hex Nuts API 6A Flange Valve Wellhead Heavy Hex Nuts Dimension Standard: ASME B18.2.2, ASME B18.104.22.168M, ISO 4033, Din934 H=D Inch Size: 1/4”-4” with various lengths Metric Size: M6-M100 with various lengths Other Available Grade: ASTM A194/A194M 2H, 2HM, 4, 4L, 7, 7L, 7M, 8, 8M, 16 and so on. Finish: Plain, Black Oxide, Zinc Plated, Zinc Nickel Plated, Cadmium Plated, PTFE etc. Packing: Bulk about 25 kgs each carton, 36 cartons each pallet Advantage: High Quality, Co...
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ASTM A194/A194M 2HM Heavy Hex Nuts
API 6A Flange Valve Wellhead Heavy Hex Nuts
Dimension Standard: ASME B18.2.2, ASME B22.214.171.124M, ISO 4033, Din934 H=D
Inch Size: 1/4”-4” with various lengths
Metric Size: M6-M100 with various lengths
Other Available Grade:
ASTM A194/A194M 2H, 2HM, 4, 4L, 7, 7L, 7M, 8, 8M, 16 and so on.
Finish: Plain, Black Oxide, Zinc Plated, Zinc Nickel Plated, Cadmium Plated, PTFE etc.
Packing: Bulk about 25 kgs each carton, 36 cartons each pallet
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Titus ‘The Parting Glass’ (Trad)
1 of 16 videos!
The Brighton Acoustic Folk Music Session
Now at the Prince Albert, 48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, Sussex on the first Monday of the month.
Given that there is no PA setup, most of the regular performers have a folk / bluegrass / country background, whether performing traditional or original material.
Admission is free – with collection.
Comments / Feedback Appreciated!
Nerdy Videography Rant:
Why do I bother? Well, I am working towards learning ultra-portable videography /archiving on a tight budget and there is no substitute for doing!
I recorded 24 times PAL WVGA = 480p, 30 frames per second videos because they upload in the real world (not fast, industry web-connection speeds), also that is the maximum frame rate for free YouTube accounts. 1 of 16 videos! If each video takes 14 minutes to upload then I spend 224 minutes, or 3.7 hours just doing that for free! That does not include editing videos and writing / corresponding and updating comments etc.
The stereo microphone needs to be nearer and in-between the performers to get a better sound, where the lead is likely to get yanked and the stands knocked over, equipment wrecked, etc! Should I have looked for a microphone stand and used a stereo 3.5 mm extension lead? The +20dB boost on the microphone distorts slightly on the double bass and adds background noise. The tripod stand is microphonic, picking up the stereo downstairs through the floorboards (I need to isolate that)! I was slightly too near and too far to the side to get a good viewing angle on the banjo type instrument and could not zoom out more.
N.B. Piss poor lighting… worse than last time… I am glad I brought two LED lights. I used a 05 heat resistant rose filter on the 9W Cool White LED COB G10 Bulb, (my first experimental use of new, not too hot, budget technology from toolstation.com). It was mounted on the flash bar. Perhaps, I should have used a matt white disco diffuser too (see shiny scalp), that might melt though (probably OK in front of bulb)! Dazzling annoys the performers. Maybe, I shall try illuminating the side wall drape indigo/blue (behind the performers another time) as black is rather dull!
The stage lighting would not swivel (the venue needs loose, nylon insert ‘locking nuts’ from Namrick Portland Rd and also to loosen the bolts to allow lamp tilt… use ‘nylon washers’)! I could not see a stepladder to enable adjustment either… (can nobody be bothered to do stage lighting these days)?
I wish that someone was there to volunteer to set up lights… push a few faders, learn very gradual, laid-back DMX mixer wash-lighting with permission! …A regular punter or Music Technology or BIMM student for course credits?
Blow cool white! …I want to try warm, golden/rose lighting again… to give a slight sun-tan feel and a contrasting cool-blue background! It means trouble… adrenalin makes the ‘macho man’ kick-in… some performers don’t like generic A36 Pink stage wash!
Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_6Bj6nmo-o
This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to replace a badly corroded cast-iron flange. (See the shopping list, tools, and steps below.)
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Shopping List for How to Repair a Cast-Iron Toilet Flange:
- Plastic expansion closet flange, to replace old cast-iron flange
- Large sponge and bucket, for sopping up water
- Four wood blocks, used as spacers beneath the new closet flange
- Rubber gasket, for sealing toilet to flange
Tools for How to Repair a Cast-Iron Toilet Flange:
- Wrench, to loosen and tighten hex nuts
- Close-quarter hacksaw, for sawing through bolts
- Stiff-blade putty knife, to scrape off wax gasket
- Hammer and cold chisel, for chopping out the cast-iron flange
- Pliers, to pull out the old flange
- Wet/dry vacuum, for collecting dust and debris
- Ratcheting hex-key wrench, to tighten the flange screws
Steps for How to Repair a Cast-Iron Toilet Flange:
1. Close the shut-off valve behind the toilet to stop the flow of water.
2. Remove the lid from the toilet tank. Flush the toilet and hold down the flush lever to drain as much water from the tank as possible.
3. Reach inside the tank and unscrew the ball float.
4. Use a large sponge to sop up the remaining water from inside the tank and from the bottom of the toilet bowl.
5. Remove the nuts from the closet bolts on each side of the toilet base. If the nuts are rusted in place, cut through the bolts with a close-quarter hacksaw.
6. Unscrew the water-supply line from the underside of the toilet tank.
7. Rock the toilet back and forth to break its wax seal with the drainpipe. Lift the toilet and carry it out of the room.
8. Use a stiff-blade putty knife to scrape away the wax gasket from the closet flange.
9. Unscrew and remove any extension rings to expose the cast-iron closet flange.
10. If the flange is badly corroded, use a hammer and cold chisel to chop out the flange.
11. Pull the loosened flange out of the cast-iron drainpipe with a pair of pliers.
12. Vacuum up all dust and debris from around the drainpipe and bathroom floor.
13. Set four wood blocks around the drainpipe to hold the new closet flange at the correct height.
14. Install a plastic expansion closet flange into the cast-iron drainpipe.
15. Use a ratcheting hex-key wrench to tighten the four screws on the inside of the flange until the flange is tightly wedged into the drainpipe.
16. Slide two new closet bolts into the slotted keyways in the flange.
17. Place a rubber toilet gasket over the bolts and onto the closet flange.
18. Set the toilet back into place on top of the gasket.
19. Onto each closet bolt put a plastic washer, stainless-steel washer, and hex nut. Alternately tighten each nut with a wrench, being careful not to crack the toilet base.
20. Trim off the excess bolt with the hacksaw.
21. Snap on the plastic caps to conceal the closet bolts.
22. Reattach the water-supply line to the underside of the toilet tank.
23. Screw the ball float back onto the flush valve.
24. Open the shut-off valve and flush the toilet to ensure it’s working properly.
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