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Siphon – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The word siphon (from Ancient Greek: σ╬»φων “pipe, tube”, also spelled syphon) is sometimes used to refer to a wide variety of devices that involve the flow of liquids through tubes – see siphon terminology – but in the narrower sense it refers specifically to a tube in an inverted U … Read Article

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I can't imagine sump pumps being a major expense, relative to the cost of a nuclear reactor. As for underwater repairs, I believe any reactors (like the current ones) that need to be flooded with seawater are then decommissioned. … Read Article

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Casper Considers New Communications Facility – May Use Former Boise Cascade Call Center
A new $3.2 million police department communications and emergency operation center in east Casper received initial Casper City Council approval last week. … Read News

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I grew up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, much of which is currently underwater due to the overflowing banks of the Cedar River. Sump pumps have been keeping very busy in my neck of the woods recently, as hurricane Hermine passed through, … Read Article

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Why don't sump builders use filter socks post protein skimmer? Watch out for using carbon in those nylon socks. It will cause HLLE, I promise! Are you asking about the PVC pipe below the bulkhead that´╗┐ is submerged underwater? … View Video

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More: Top In/On Sump Protein Skimmers Compare prices on these state of the art sump mounted protein skimmers. Comments (1) Permalink; Share; Get Rid of Aptasia Anemones. Sunday June 16, 2013. Most aquarists consider the Aptaisia Anemone to be an unwanted pest in their aquariums. … Read Article

Water Hammer – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Water hammer (or, more generally, fluid hammer) is a pressure surge or wave caused when a fluid (usually a liquid but sometimes also a gas) in motion is forced to stop or change direction suddenly (momentum change). Water hammer commonly occurs when a valve closes suddenly at an end of a … Read Article

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