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    https://www.thesafetysupplycompany.co.uk/p/5832044...

    https://www.thesafetysupplycompany.co.uk/p/5832044/large-clear-asbestos-bag---clear---355-x-46-inch---un2212-un2590---compliant-with-safety-requirements-for-removal-of-asbestos-waste-when-used-with-re...
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    I’ve got a brand new one that does this. It’s a...

    I’ve got a brand new one that does this. It’s a £25 MK one which you’d think would be ok.

    I’ve only used it for a toothbrush charger. They use inductive charging and it may create some nasty...
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    The flexibility is really good. We don't have a...

    The flexibility is really good. We don't have a UPS, but if we have a broadband problem or even if we have to close the office for the day, we just login to the control pages of our voip provider...
  4. I’d get a bigger M2/pcie drive. It’s just easier...

    I’d get a bigger M2/pcie drive. It’s just easier to have the OS + major apps + imap folders + Dropbox etc on a c: drive. It’s a pain when it starts to get full and you need to start moving stuff.
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    Meanwhile, all the pensioners in our rural...

    Meanwhile, all the pensioners in our rural village have 1000/1000mbs symmetric FTTP broadband for £30 a month on their pc world laptops. 8000 houses so far. https://b4rn.org.uk/

    10gbs available...
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    New guidance for skippered day boats just issued...

    New guidance for skippered day boats just issued :

    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-coronavirus-using-a-boat-inland-and-on-the-coast

    That's pretty clear for now.
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    lol. AAISP forced Openreach to fix our local...

    lol. AAISP forced Openreach to fix our local internet infrastructure. They have this 1 ping per second constant line monitoring on ADSL. When we moved in to the new house, we put their broadband on...
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    The quality is fine. I haven't noticed any...

    The quality is fine. I haven't noticed any difference at all. If you buy or already have a voip handset you can just register a single line and try it on any static IP internet connection. It only...
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    We have gone all VOIP for the office. Works well....

    We have gone all VOIP for the office. Works well. We use a Gigaset N300 base station with multiple handsets. I've done the same for my mum. She just has a base station & 1 handset (~£80ish).

    We...
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    It’s a bit of a bodge solution in my opinion....

    It’s a bit of a bodge solution in my opinion. Assuming you’re not solo diving, you don’t really need the redundancy because you’ve got a buddy. Chances of losing the buddy and all your gas is low....
  11. Thread: Wifi plugs

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    If you can, buy some that operate on the Zigbee...

    If you can, buy some that operate on the Zigbee or preferably Z-wave network protocol. Z wave is an independent wireless network to your normal wifi. It doesn't interfere or leave any security holes...
  12. No, not really. Similar to Wastwater without the...

    No, not really. Similar to Wastwater without the drop-off. Not much on the bottom, just some junk. Worse than Stoney.

    Under normal circumstances, it's not worth the drive from my house in...
  13. Coniston or Wastwater would be fine. Very little...

    Coniston or Wastwater would be fine. Very little rain recently so the vis should be ok. No facilities on site, or anywhere near currently. East side of Coniston would be best to keep out of the way...
  14. Some pictures of the SF one from 2007 : ...

    Some pictures of the SF one from 2007 :

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zt9906p6rgxto6f/AAAPQaW5ieYePLbmmkky_ChKa?dl=0
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    I don't think there is an easy way to do this...

    I don't think there is an easy way to do this properly.

    Depending on how you intend to use the output, You can set the X min to 10.0 and put the x axis crosses at 10.7. Then insert a white...
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    Full growth beards welcome and keep your sandals...

    Full growth beards welcome and keep your sandals on.
  17. Fascinating thing to visit. A lot more complex...

    Fascinating thing to visit. A lot more complex than I imagined for a mass produced ship. Huge amounts of work in engines and pipe work.

    I was initially a bit confused that the bow didn’t look as...
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    Whilst I can perhaps understand GUE advising not...

    Whilst I can perhaps understand GUE advising not to practise/drill primary donate, I can’t really see the point in modifying emergency primary donate on a normal dive.

    If you’re going diving, you...
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    The element itself heats up really quickly. Steel...

    The element itself heats up really quickly. Steel & copper have a much lower specific heat capacity than water, about 10%. Put 2kw of power into 100g of metal and it will go from 20-100deg in 2...
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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nucleate_boiling

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nucleate_boiling
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    If you can properly clean it out, use dowsil 784...

    If you can properly clean it out, use dowsil 784 in an appropriate colour. Uv stable, low modulus, adheres to non-porous surfaces. You can get it from screwfix.

    Edit : actually screwfix don’t sell...
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    Well....McAlpine’s head office is 10mins away on...

    Well....McAlpine’s head office is 10mins away on Maylands Ave too, but it was built by our project team from Manchester. Most of us had worked on Manchester Chill Factor e. We brought most of the...
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    £100 per m2 would be reasonable for the actual...

    £100 per m2 would be reasonable for the actual slates, battens, membrane, installed.

    3 bed semi? 6 x 10m on plan? 60m2. 40deg pitch. 1/cos 40 = 1.3. 60x1.3 = 78m2, £7800

    Add stripping, skip,...
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    If you’re not using a dsmb, what’s the plan?...

    If you’re not using a dsmb, what’s the plan? Always return to the shot? Surely people aren’t just ascending into open sea?
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    If you're the DO of a university club (thankfully...

    If you're the DO of a university club (thankfully I'm not) with a responsibility for a huge range of abilities coming through and have multiple combinations of people wanting to dive with each other...
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