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About eight percent of the Earth\'s crust is made up of aluminium. Aluminium is found in everything from the average beverage can to mechanical parts for aeroplanes. It is also becoming prevalent in the heating industry mainly since it is lightweight, flexible and conductive. In recent years many players in the heating industry have been experimenting with using aluminium for radiators and other parts. Aluminium was first used by the Greeks and the Romans for dyeing, but the \"true\" form of aluminium (as opposed to the aluminium salts used by the Romans and Greeks) was first discovered in the late eighteenth century. Pure aluminium is actually quite hard to find. Even so, after half a century of experimentation with the metal, aluminium started appearing slowly but steadily in the industrial sector. Currently aluminium can be found in many everyday objects like jewellery, computers and other electronic devices and packing materials. One of the main reasons aluminium is so popular ...
With the winter season quickly approaching, central heating for your home becomes a priority. In order to keep your home warm, all components of your central heating system must be in proper working order. However, there are some typical faults with the system that tend to happen at the worst possible time. One such common problem is frost damage, which can damage and sometimes destroy boilers and pipes. In previous years, the central heating system was designed with the frost thermostat located near the boiler. Its job was to start the boiler when the air temperature dropped and stop the boiler when the air temperature reached an acceptable level. If the thermostat detected excessive heat escaping from the boiler or surrounding pipes it quickly turned off the system, in order to conserve energy and prevent excessive heating of the home. In recent years, the boiler and nearby pipes have been insulated much better (thus effectively saving energy) that the frost thermostat can no...
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