Tag » Injector

Five gadgets I want in my kitchen for summer

Not sure what I have a bigger weakness for: kitchen gadgets or cook books.  

Lucky for me, my local public library allows me to thumb through and try out recipes from new and popular cook books before pulling the trigger on a purchase.  

471 more words
Cooking

GAS is GAS is GAS....

I was recently listening to Dan Sadler, Head of Energy Futures for Northern Gas Networks talking to the IGEM about a project under (early) development to convert part of Leeds to Hydrogen delivered through the existing gas mains (it can be done and apparently safely and economically) thereby decarbonising the heat generated by boilers etc. 683 more words

Chafing

This is one of those images that inspires the, “What is that?” reaction from the vast majority of the populace. The diesel mechanics that have dealt with a CAT know what it is.

Atwork

This Sticker Automatically Injects Meds When a Chemo Patient Can't

Neulasta (pegfilgrastim) is administered to patients the day after chemotherapy to boost the production of white blood cells that help fight infection. Now a new product from Amgen, the manufacturer of Neulasta, will allow clinicians to stick a patch to a patient’s skin right after chemo that will deliver the full dose of the medication a day later.

96 more words
Health

Bringing You Generation 4 Injectors For Ford 6.0L Power Stroke Applications

DTech is known for remanufacturing the most high-end diesel injectors, pumps, turbochargers, and more for light to medium duty U.S. based vehicles.  Since DIPACO started the DTech brand, we have released all kinds of products – from Dodge 5.9L Common Rail, to Ford 7.3L Power Stroke, to Sprinter.  207 more words

6.0L

SOTD 08/02/15


3P
Omega Mighty Midget boar and badger mixed
Stirling Barbershop
Schick Dial
Personna blade (3)
Aqua Velva aftershave 178 more words

Shaving

Happy New Year

Happy New Year! What a wet and windy start it is here in Mid Wales.  Thankfully we’ve been making the most of the good weather in the last days of 2014, spending Monday at Llangollen for a first trip on the new extension to Corwen.   424 more words

Locomotive Detailing