Including on-road trucks and off-road construction equipment. Not including automotive diesel, maritime, or power generation engines. Approximate number from personal experience is fine. Well, I have your answer right here. A friend of mine does this for a living all he does is diesel engines and all of them eventually get re-built,on the average he does about 3-4 engines week,and the ones he doesn't do get sent off to a bigger shop that completely goes through them and re builds them,very few get scrapped these days,unless the bore is worn out so bad that the cannot be built all of them get re-done,and this goes for the long haul trucks also,most of those will last for at least 500 k before being re-done,and on some of those they re-sleeve them and re-build those blocks,unless one is cracked it mostly gets rebuilt,good luck
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Is the PMB and Bitumen same? Whether Asphalt used for road paving and PMB are different. Can their use be interchanged? Whether they can be categorised as differrent products scientifically. Today I found out that… Generally speaking, the same machinery can be used to pave and mix the asphalt. However the mix design will be different. PMB is suppose to have more stable under a range of temperature where as normal bitumen (be it 80/100 or others) will deteriorate a little faster under those condition. To answer your question, yes, they can be interchange but you will need to change your mix design to meet your local specification. As to categorising them differently, I suppose you need to check with the local authority. Talk to your supplier, Shell seems to have done some good research into it.
Why am I always the one stuck behind the a-hole driving 25 in a 35 zone or doing 50 in the center lane of 65mph highway and boxed in by traffic? Why am I always behind the guy making a left against heavy traffic on a 2 lane road? Why is it that the student driver always pulls out in front of me on a local road? Why am I always trapped behind the garbage truck or the construction equipment. I was so pleased to find this — Oh. I thought that was me. Some guys get all the luck. I think it's a test to see how much it takes to make us go postal. I have not yet. .
Which of the following happened in order to purchase all of the construction projects initiated by Shi Huangdi? A. China suffered incredible debt. B. Peasants were taxed heavily. C. The rich were taxed heavily. D. Trade tariffs were enacted on all goods. What I found out was – According to ideas of Shan Yang the B could be the correct answer. "He instituted compulsory military service and a new system of land division and taxation and insisted on strict and uniform administration of the law. "
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GCI gravel contractors won a bid for road construction contract with the state of Alaska. It won the low bid because it had a gravel pit right next to the site of construction. Later, GCI found out that using the pit violated local zoning laws. GCI now has to transport the gravel from another location which will cost an additional $20000. Instead of making a profit, GCI would now lose money on the job. Does GCI have to perform under contract. Basically… If the contract included a clause that the gravel was to come from that specific pit and if for any reason that pit was unable to be used that the contract was void, then GCI could get out from under the contract. If no clause like this existed, where the contract was contienginet on this or other conditions, then the contract is still binding. This is my understanding of the situation as presented However I am not a specialist in Alaskan Contract law so I cannot know if there are local or state laws that allow some sort of escape clause.
I do contract work on the side and burnt up a few drills, partly because I'm cheap and refuse to spend the money. I keep hearing nothing beats a Milwaukee when it comes to endurance, torch, and speed. I'm a large man and can handle the weight of a heavier drill. I drill through treated 4×6 lumber, hardy board, sheet metal, landscape timbers, railroad ties, and concrete footers. If Milwaukee is the best, which model do you recommend. I ask the construction guys because they know better than anyone. Thanks for your help. After looking around, I learned — I do not do the heavy work that you do, but I use the smaller Milwaukee drill, Most of my employees have them, they will out last any thing on the market and have the best batteries. But for the work you do,, you need to have a powered drill I would think.
I don't use websites like mapquest etc. Too often, so I really don't know. Is there a mapping website that will plan my route, taking road construction into account? Tx. Ps I forgot to say, I am going through several states, so I don't want to go to each state's DOT website to check out the road construction if I don't have to. After looking around, I learned — Not completely possible. Every website uses satellite imagery and street images to create the map you see, so if there is road construction in the last week and they haven't updated their map for that area for a mo or so then you won't know there is any construction. I agree that Google Maps is probably your best though, and maybe consider a GPS since it updates with a satellite to take you the best route possible