Greetings from Jupiter

Jupiter Real Estate

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goodneighborsusa:

A huge thanks to Let It Flow, who just donated $3,200 to build a вЂР„‎waterРІР‚¬ well in вЂР„‎ChadРІР‚¬, вЂР„AfricaРІР‚¬ for our вЂР„Water For Life project! Their mission is to build wells for people in need of clean water and sanitation, and we’re so lucky that their founder, Kelle, and their board chose us to make that a reality in Chad. Learn more about them at http://letitflow.org/.

goodneighborsusa:

A huge thanks to Let It Flow, who just donated $3,200 to build a вЂР„‎waterРІР‚¬ well in вЂР„‎ChadРІР‚¬, вЂР„AfricaРІР‚¬ for our вЂР„Water For Life project! Their mission is to build wells for people in need of clean water and sanitation, and we’re so lucky that their founder, Kelle, and their board chose us to make that a reality in Chad. Learn more about them at http://letitflow.org/.

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We all take for granted having electricity available every day, just as we expect to be protected from hostile nations. But I don’t expect that most of us realise what goes on behind the scenes to make both possible. Sure we all know / have heard about nuclear power and nuclear powered submarines, but do we know that makes both these things work?
Well one part of both of the above is the valve, not the humble valve you use in your plumbing system, or even one that is used in large industrial complexes. No, the valves used in nuclear power stations and nuclear submarines have to be built to a whole different range of tolerance, in effect they have to be bomb proof, failure in all cases not being an option.
It goes to say that such valves cannot be made by just any company, it takes one that has had years of experience in the field, one that is trusted by the powers that be too. Such a company is Truflo Marine, they have worked on the first nuclear submarine and power stations like Hinkley Point B.
So, if you need some really high spec valves, ones that are not affected by sea water and can be used in the most demanding situations, then you must contact Truflo Marine.

We all take for granted having electricity available every day, just as we expect to be protected from hostile nations. But I don’t expect that most of us realise what goes on behind the scenes to make both possible. Sure we all know / have heard about nuclear power and nuclear powered submarines, but do we know that makes both these things work? Well one part of both of the above is the valve, not the humble valve you use in your plumbing system, or even one that is used in large industrial complexes. No, the valves used in nuclear power stations and nuclear submarines have to be built to a whole different range of tolerance, in effect they have to be bomb proof, failure in all cases not being an option. It goes to say that such valves cannot be made by just any company, it takes one that has had years of experience in the field, one that is trusted by the powers that be too. Such a company is Truflo Marine, they have worked on the first nuclear submarine and power stations like Hinkley Point B. So, if you need some really high spec valves, ones that are not affected by sea water and can be used in the most demanding situations, then you must contact Truflo Marine.

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