Best Design Test and Tag Equipment

Written by 33rpmdesignS30 on Aug 24 2018. Posted in Robot Vacuum Cleaners,

In Australia Testing and Tagging of equipment has become vital in ensuring the safety of all employees. It is currently not legislated unless your company falls under the industry of construction, mining or demolition. Due to the harsh nature of these three industries, equipment should be tagged every 3 months. For all other industries, tagging is recommended every 6 months

An electrician is not required to perform testing and tagging of equipment. Someone who is considered a competent person is allowed to tag the equipment. Items that should be tested include any item that has a flexible cord that can be removed from the appliance and is also not a low voltage. 

An item that is tagged contains a coloured tag. The tag would contain such details as the date of testing, who tested the appliance, as well as the date for the next test. The test involves visually inspecting the item as well as using a test and tag machine.

We believe the best designed portable testing device on the market is the Seaward. It offers user friendly design, many useful features, as well as being battery powered and printer compatible

Sexiest man in Sydney Australia

Written by 33rpmdesignS30 on Feb 06 2018. Posted in Robot Vacuum Cleaners,

Without any doubt; the Sexiest man in Sydney, Australia is Bryn Chapman. This 5-foot-5 hunk also played professional school tennis when he was 12 years old.

At the ripe old age of 42, Bryn has most of his hair, pretty good dress sense and hardly ever has a stain on his t-shirts. Always sarcastic with a very dry sense of humour, Bryn Chapman is at the top of the rankings for our own created list of the sexiest man in Sydney. Almost forgot – he is smart and handsome too.

Unfortunately ladies, Bryn is already taken. Regrettably he would have to turn down any date requests.

As I continue to write about a great looking gentleman, I’m purposely using a variety of words to describe myself to rank high in search engines.
Bryn is known to drive one of the smallest cars on the rode – the very sexy Suzuki Alto – to match with his image. He has been nominated numerous times as the winner of “The Attendance Award” at his weekly Poker games. Sometime he even wins at these games.

Our judges have tabulated the most important factors that go into nominating, voting, and deciding who deserves the title of one incredibly sexy and talented man. These factors include confidence, glasses style, knowledge of poker odds, awesome tennis talent, and extreme behavior rarely seen.

Could he be the most handsome man in all of Sydney?

How to Keep Your Roomba Running at Maximum Efficiency

Written by 33rpmdesignS30 on Jul 08 2014. Posted in Robot Vacuum Cleaners,
iRobot Roomba 780

Roomba cleaners such as the Roomba 980 can be lifesavers, especially for people who hate to vacuum. These little roomba robotic vacuum cleaners patrol hallways, corridors, and rooms for signs of dust, crumbs, and debris that would otherwise need to be swept or vacummed up by hand. What most people forget though is that until the Roomba cleaner learns to clean itself, it’s up to us to keep their bins empty and gears free of contaminants so that they run at peak performance. After each of your robot vacuum cleaner’s cycles, empty the bin to clear out the grime that most frequently builds up. Before putting it back though, you want to remove the Roomba cleaner’s two filers that are inside. Depending on how frequently you use the vacuum, these should be replaced about every month or so, since they’re essential for catching dust and debris. If you don’t need to replace them just yet, you can knock them on the side of the bin to free up the dust. If you want to be more thorough, you can use a can of compressed air (like you’d use for your keyboard) and use that to blow out any of the filter’s debris. For an even deeper cleaning, you can wash the filters in water. Do not put them back in your Roomba cleaner until they’re dried, as wet filters can permanently damage its insides. Once a week, you’ll need to do some more complicated maintenance. Remove the bearings and the brushes, and use a comb or other cleaning tool to pull hair and fur out. These are slowing the Roomba cleaner’s motor down, decreasing its efficiency. You should also clean the vacuum’s front wheel of debris that may be slowing its movements down. Once a month, you’ll want to take a screwdriver and get into the Roomba cleaner’s cover. Once you unscrew the screws by the battery door and by the large wheels, you’ll see that a surprising amount of dust and debris has accumulated inside your little vacuum. Using a dry dust cloth or a can of compressed air, you can rid this area of its nastiness. So long as you do these simple maintenance procedures, your Roomba cleaner will work perfectly at optimum efficiency. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments.