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Lighting design is very much a matter of cause and effect. By understanding the role that fittings play and the consequences of their position, it is possible to minimise adverse effects on quite normal standards of workmanship.
When specifiers, builders and home owners are considering the type of finish they require from plasterboard, it is important to understand how the overall appearance is likely to be affected by glancing light and the choice of decoration.
Pro Plaster Products have, this month, introduced some new and exciting items to their extensive range of hand tools for plasterers and renderers in Australia. The new Marshalltown hand tools are a welcome addition to the range and in high demand amongst plasterers and renderers due to their high quality, durability and extreme comfort of use. Such characteristics are synonymous with their internationally renowned tool brand Marshalltown.
From all the staff at Pro Plaster Products we hope you had a safe holiday break and a happy New Year.
What a start we have had to 2011 with some challenging times ahead following the severe flooding in the QLD, NSW and VIC. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies go out to those affected by these devastating events and our thanks to all who helped with the clean up and continue to support those communities impacted.
1. Ensure that the Pleated Filter and Pre Filter Sac-Cloth are cleaned a minimum of once a month. Cleaning should consist of soaking in warm water, followed by a thorough scrub and clean out. Leave to dry prior to using.
2. Using an air compressor, blow all the dust out of the motor assembly. Ensure this process is done thoroughly, blowing dust out of the motor and crevices surrounding it. This process needs to be repeated on a regular basis to avoid a build up of dust and clogging in the motor.