Monthly Archive: June 2019
Poor water pressure is most noticeable in the shower. If yours is producing a dribble rather than a deluge, the usual solution is to fit a pump in order to boost the flow, but can the type of boiler you have make a difference too?
The vast majority of homes in the UK are heated by gas boilers, and the most common type is the combi – or combination – boiler that generates hot water on demand rather than storing it in a cylinder.
Because of the way combi boilers work, the hot water is delivered at mains pressure, so if you have decent water pressure in your home already, you may find that a combi boiler will give you a good shower without the need for an additional pump.
If you are installing a new combi boiler or getting a specialist company …
One of the best feelings in the world is to have a successful career. I love being a doctor. I am able to hear the concern and problem of my patients and help them with my vast knowledge. Ever since I was a little kid, I could not see myself doing anything else as a profession. I would always help my brothers and sisters when they were sick. My mom always said I was a caring person. I also took care of our pets. I opened an aesthetic clinic in Orchard after I graduated from medical school. I was so proud of myself.
During my younger years, I was determined to achieve my dreams. In school, I worked very hard.…
Few things bring everyone associated with F1 together like the issue of overtaking during races, with the consensus amongst fans, drivers, team principals and the authorities that there is not enough!
The upshot is that Ross Brawn, F1’s managing director of motorsports, has put together a group of experts, including former GP car designers Pat Symonds and Jason Somerville, to help draw up the 2021 technical rules package.
Although improving overtaking was not part of Brawn’s team’s original remit, it is now focusing on resolving the issue after criticism of the sport following this year’s opening Australian Grand Prix. It was prompted to do this after drivers complained prior to a presentation to the teams at the Bahrain GP.
The FIA has now confirmed new aerodynamical regulations for next season aimed at tackling overtaking. These involve a simplified front wing, new brake ducts, and a wider, deeper …