By Marquita Sanford. Measuring Tools. Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 09:15:52 AM.
How to Measure! Measuring for a new blind is straightforward and simple. What you will need A tape measure. Metal ones are the best! A pen and piece of paper Handy hints Take all your measurements in centimetres (cm) to the nearest 0.1cm. Always look out for things like window handles or tiles. Youll need to take their position into account to ensure a perfect fit. All our blinds can be fitted into the face of your window frame or wall, or into the top of the lintel. This gives you complete control over the positioning of your blind. Important note for measuring Roller blinds! For Roller blinds, we have to allow for fittings at either end of the blind, as there is no headrail. This means the actual fabric is approximately 2.8cm less for an exact measurement and 3.3cm less for a recess measurement. You dont need to make this adjustment, we do.
What is Pergo Wood Flooring Actually Made of? Pergo has a unique way of making their flooring. It is actually a three piece flooring. The top layer is made from a melamine laminate that is very durable because it is considered high pressured. This gives you the nice decorative look of wood flooring. That is then bonded to a wood core. The wood core is uniquely made so that it does not contract and expand too much and it is very highly moisture resistant. Then they add a backing to it for extra stability.
Using A Portable Flow Meter - The technology for flow measuring has changed radically in the last ten years. Before then it was necessary to actually open a pipe and put in a tool in order to measure the flow. Now you can attach a couple of transducers and get an accurate measurement of the gas or liquid flowing inside. A portable flow meter will allow you to measure different areas in a pipe as well as only have one unit to measure multiple locations. The technology that makes this possible is called transit time.
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