FLOOR SANDING EQUIPMENT. FLOOR SANDING
FLOOR SANDING EQUIPMENT. FLOOR SCREED COST.
Floor Sanding Equipment
- Floor sanding is the process of removing the top surfaces of a wooden floor by sanding with abrasive materials.
- The necessary items for a particular purpose
- The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
- Mental resources
- an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
- The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
- A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
Floor Sanding Disc, 7" 24G FLR SANDING DISC
Used on floor areas not accessible to drum type sanders. No. 006-850294: 5" x 1/4", 100 grit No. 006-850280: 5" x 1/4", 80 grit No. 006-850260: 5" x 1/4", 60 grit No. 006-850236: 5" x 1/4", 36 grit No. 006-850224: 5" x 1/4", 20 grit No. 006-870394: 7" x 5/16", 100 grit No. 006-870380: 7" x 5/16", 80 grit No. 006-870360: 7" x 5/16", 60 grit No. 006-870336: 7" x 5/16", 36 grit No. 006-870324: 7" x 5/16", 20 grit No. 006-870894: 7" x 7/8", 100 grit No. 006-870880: 7" x 7/8", 80 grit No. 006-870860: 7" x 7/8", 60 grit No. 006-870836: 7" x 7/8", 36 grit No. 006-870824: 7" x 7/8", 20 grit
Never Judge a Tripod by its Looks...
For years, I've always had the cheapest of tripods. Probably, because when it comes to equipment that is not really for life-support, I settle for the most practical and functional -- and cheapest too. Its amusing, that in this city, a cup of coffee for my breakfast is more expensive than this tripod. But think again, if you're laughing now. My tripods can tell you that no matter how cheap they are they have been to places many of you haven't. They have been all over the world with me, literally. I can only try to enumerate and can't guarantee I wouldn't miss a thing this tripod has been to. If you're interested where the tripod has been to, read on. If not, stop here, it might be too long for you.
The Philippines -- Ilocos Norte: Laoag, Pagudpud, the windmills of Bangui, Bacarra, and to Ilocos Sur: to Bantay church, to the sand dunes and Vigan. To Tarlac, Pampanga and Zambales, through lahar and through the crater Lake of Mt. Pinatubo, partially dipped in its partially sulfuric water. Through rains and volcanic rocks. The the old cemeteries of Clark field. To Cavite: tagaytay, and its famous Taal Lake -- and on the volcano island. Batangas - Nasgubo and Taal, places and mountains of Laguna. Manila of course. Most of the places at the Metro. Albay - on the slopes of the smoldering Mt. Mayon, and tributaries and rivers around it. the caves of Camalig, it was there too. And to Palawan: Puerto Princesa, Honda Bay, Underground River -- the limestone cliffs and pristine white beaches. Aklan - of course, there's the boring overly visited Boracay and around that small island, and Kalibo. Negros -- Bacolod and Dumaguete, the capitals of the two provinces of the island. Cebu -- ah, there's too many places to mention, from the exotic Hilton Hotel, to Marco polo -- the one on the hill, to crown regency the tallest, to the beaches east of Mactan Island, to the southern municipalities, and in the middle of Dalaguete's mountain range. To Camiguin, amid all its volcanoes and its frustrating black beaches, except for the one off shore -- the white beach, the underground cemetery and the hot springs. Cagayan de Oro and its river, and some caves on its riverbank. To Siquijor, into the smallest of caves passable, and the mystic mountain of Bandilaan, and the white beach of San Juan and elsewhere in the Island, the municipalicity of Lazi, whose convent is more intriguing than it looks. Ozamiz city and its nearby municipities -- part of the places where I grew up. To samar and leyte, and walking across the San Juanico Bridge. Tacloban -- into the grand Imelda Mansion. And you think all these places are boring because its in the Philippines...
...the tripod can tell you more. To the United States, from the four seasons of New England, Boston, Washington DC and the streets of New York. The historical places of Massachusetts, Concord and Lexington. Cambridge, and walking down Harvard hall. To Connecticut visiting Yale. Walking on the streets of New york, daylight and nighttime, watching the leaves fall at Central Park, watching it covered by snow, and watching the cherry blossoms too. The escapades of Baltimore(Maryland), and Philadelphia(Pennsylvania). Hmmm... I can't enumerate them all. Washington DC and Virginia. Walking around the city of Cleveland, in Ohio, in st. Louis, Missouri, it took my self-portraits on long stretches of deserted areas of Route 66, on my way to Chicago. Visiting Lincoln's tomb at Springfield, Illinois. On a cruise yacht at Lake Michigan, with the Chicago skyline in full view. In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the beer capital of the United States. Spending time at San Francisco, and all its historical places. To Los Angeles, from Venice Beach, the the financial district, to that small famous town called Hollywood.
To the streets of Singapore, its modern architecture, to its zoo and the bird park of Jurong, to its cable cars at Mt. Faber, and the well created artificial (well, most of it) island of Sentosa, the Esplanade and the Fullerton, to Little India and the windows of China town and Joo Chiat. To Malaysia, the cities of Penang, Ipoh, Malacca, Seramban and Kuala Lumpur. To places in Gombak(Malaysia), the Batu Caves. The Federal site of Putra Jaya. On the skybridge of Petronas twin towers, and the shopping complex of Bukit Bintang. To Taiwan -- Taipei and neighboring cities, chiang Kai Shek memorial Hall, Taipei 101 and the national art museum. To Thailand and all its cultural art.
...and to Europe, from Frankfurt(Germany), to Austria. Soaked in Rain and seawater in Venice, Italy. Was there in Florence too. Helped me with bracketing shots at the cathedral square of Pisa and around Tuscany. Rome, among the ancient world, at the Colosseum and the old Roman forum, and taking shots of the old structures built by Roman emperors you can now only see in history books. Inside the walls of the Vatican, the seat of the Roman Catholic Church. And in Paris of course, where this photo is taken. To Normandy -- th
Sand Dunes (West Beach Littlehampton)
Location: West Beach Littlehampton, West Sussex, England, UK.
Equipment and settings used:
Camera Model – Canon 50D
Lens – Sigma 10-20mm
Shutter Speed – 1/30
Aperture Value – 13
Focal Length – 12mm
ISO Speed – 200
Software used: Photomatix and Photoshop
Photomatix: 1 image tone maped.
Photoshop: Layer 1 gradient overlay, Layer 2 Blending options / multiply.
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