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The Squeezer on the bucket allows the user to easily squeeze excess water out of the wet mop, preventing floors from becoming too wet or slippery. with an additional bucket.
Keep your finger-ends in tip-top condition with this pocket-sized nail and cuticle balm. Specially formulated, this buttery cream taps Cocoa Butter, Calendula and an infusion of lemon to deeply penetrate, protect and pamper nails while providing ‘TLC’ to your cuticles. With regular use you will feel pampered and polished from tips to toes. Apply the balm to cuticles on fingernails and toenails daily. Massage into the area and across the nail bed.
The pedal design allows for hands-free waste disposal, preventing the spread of bacteria and reduce the risk of cross-contamination - especially in food prep areas, hospitals and washrooms.
An air dryer’s job is to remove moisture before it reaches the supply tank. Easy enough, right? So as warm, moist air comes off the compressor, it mixes with the cool walls of the air dryer. Some of this moist air will condense on the walls and drain down into the purge-valve. At that point, the air is forced through a filter that removes the moisture, collects solid particles and aerosol contaminates. This treats the air. Then it expels the treated air through the drying via a one-way valve.
This part is compressed between the engine block and the cylinder head. It seals in the internal combustion process and also keeps coolant and oil from mixing as the two fluids travel from the engine block to the cylinder head.
Located between two parts of the engine to achieve a good fit and avoid the loss or entry of fluids (oil, water, coolant, fuel, etc.) and prevent debris from entering the engine. This part is vital for engine performance.
This part serves as the pivot point which attaches the wheel spindle to the axle beam and is considered to be the most critical component of the axle assembly. It provides the means for the drag link, in connection with the steering arm, to change the lateral movement into turning motion.
Delivers fuel from the tank to the injection pump continuously and at a reasonable pressure. It is necessary because there is possibility of formation of vapour bubbles and subsequently cavitation in the pump due to suction of the rapidly moving plungers of the injection pump. This would lead to uncontrolled variations in the rate of delivery of fuel to the cylinders, causing rough running and possibly even mechanical damage to the engine.