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My plumber asked me 800rs for this saying its "Rare" [Help!]

2023.05.29 16:22 Retro_Sapien My plumber asked me 800rs for this saying its "Rare" [Help!]

I have this water filter and want to attatch its connection to the water pipe. which usually requires one of these connection divertors. got a local plumber to do the installation and he quoted me 800rs for this piece of junk. i told him he can screw off and called aquagaurds installation team to do it. they did the installation, before installation they told me this valve would cost 200rs and after installation they said 600rs. cause its apparently rare and "branded and it is the heart of the system for the filter to function" dei adhu oru just a piece of plastic and gunk metal connector. its not like i was too broke to pay the amount , i just didn't want to give money to these scammers. The one they came with was an extremely brittle cheap plastic one aswell.
i tried getting this filter valve on amazon but the input pipe from the filter is too large for it . then tried getting this one but the pipe is too small for it Here is the image with the size of the input pipe from the filter : https://imgur.com/a/3aIGscJ
if anybody is familiar with the filter that i am using or this pipe size, please let me know what valve i should get for this.
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2023.05.29 15:55 Majestic-Sympathy890 Is this ECG normal?

Is this ECG normal?
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2023.05.29 15:42 Retro_Sapien My plumber asked me 800rs for this saying its "Rare"

I have this water filter and want to attatch its connection to the water pipe. which usually requires one of these connection divertors. got a local plumber to do the installation and he quoted me 800rs for this piece of junk. i told him he can screw off and called aquagaurds installation team to do it. they did the installation, before installation they told me this valve would cost 200rs and after installation they said 600rs. cause its apparently rare and "branded and it is the heart of the system for the filter to function" dei adhu oru just a piece of plastic and gunk metal connector. its not like i was too broke to pay the amount , i just didn't want to give money to these scammers. The one they came with was an extremely brittle cheap plastic one aswell.
i tried getting this filter valve on amazon but the input pipe from the filter is too large for it . then tried getting this onebut the pipe is too small for it Here is the image with the size of the input pipe from the filter : https://imgur.com/a/3aIGscJ
if anybody is familiar with the filter that i am using or this pipe size, please let me know what valve i should get for this.
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2023.05.29 14:48 GreenMountainHunter Rinai i120CN scale minimization

Is there any advantage with the Rinnai Scale Cutter boiler treatment system vs a whole house system like the 3M Aqua-Pure 5621104 Whole House Sanitary Quick Change Water Filter System AP904.
I just bought a Rinai i120CN to replace a failing boiler and would like to minimized scale and sediment issues.
The Aqua-Purs is about 2x the price most places I see it, but the cartridges are rated for nearly 2x (1 year vs 6 months).
Cartridge cost will be about the same annually, but the Aqua-Pure is a single filtration system vs having to add a separate filtration downstream of the Rinnai that would also need to be remembered, stocked, and replaced. As its a rental this seems easier to manage as an all in one solution.
Am I missing or overlooking something?
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2023.05.29 12:47 ninja-boomster ads on manga sites

I've been using nextdns to filter out ads when I read manga and webtoons on my phone but a few days ago most of these ads stopped being filtered out. I currently have nextdns set up using this setup guide and with blocklist HaGeZi - Multi NORMAL. Can anyone help me out with why I'm suddenly seeing these ads again?
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2023.05.29 10:39 gingerninjalovescake Failing to fix my Brita filter tap

Failing to fix my Brita filter tap
Hi, I was after some advice please
Context is that we've had our Brita Torlan filter tap for ten years (it's the only way our kettle doesn't get 'crunchy' with limescale within a week!) but it started to drip
I replaced both tap cartridges and the drip has stopped, but something is up with the tap covehandle now
We've asked two different plumbers over the last few months and both 'fixed' it for us but the fixes lasted about a day each time
Ultimately the grub screw that grips onto the tap cartridge has nothing to grip onto within the tap cover any more. The tap cover (the bit that you turn when you want water) will just spin. Asked Brita and the tap manufacturer for replacement part but they are ignoring me so I need to make do with the parts I have
Any advice?
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2023.05.29 08:29 lpinformation3125 Medical Ultrasound Market is expected to reach USD 4300.6 Million by the end of 2029: Cognitive Market Research

Ultrasound probe is an essential part of the ultrasonic diagnostic instrument; it can not only transform the electrical signal into ultrasonic signal, but also the ultrasonic signal into electrical signals, with ultrasonic transmission and reception of dual functions.
LPI (LP Information)' newest research report, the “Medical Ultrasound Industry Forecast” looks at past sales and reviews total world Medical Ultrasound sales in 2022, providing a comprehensive analysis by region and market sector of projected Medical Ultrasound sales for 2023 through 2029. With Medical Ultrasound sales broken down by region, market sector and sub-sector, this report provides a detailed analysis in US$ millions of the world Medical Ultrasound industry.
This Insight Report provides a comprehensive analysis of the global Medical Ultrasound landscape and highlights key trends related to product segmentation, company formation, revenue, and market share, latest development, and M&A activity. This report also analyzes the strategies of leading global companies with a focus on Medical Ultrasound portfolios and capabilities, market entry strategies, market positions, and geographic footprints, to better understand these firms' unique position in an accelerating global Medical Ultrasound market.
This Insight Report evaluates the key market trends, drivers, and affecting factors shaping the global outlook for Medical Ultrasound and breaks down the forecast by type, by application, geography, and market size to highlight emerging pockets of opportunity. With a transparent methodology based on hundreds of bottom-up qualitative and quantitative market inputs, this study forecast offers a highly nuanced view of the current state and future trajectory in the global Medical Ultrasound.
The global Medical Ultrasound market size is projected to grow from US$ 3409.8 million in 2022 to US$ 4300.6 million in 2029; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4300.6 from 2023 to 2029.
Global key players of medical ultrasound include GE, Philips, Siemens, Canon, Mindray, etc. The top five players hold a share about 57%. North America is the largest market, has a share about 33%, followed by Asia-Pacific and Europe, with share 31% and 24%, separately.
This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Medical Ultrasound market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries.
Top Manufactures in Global Medical Ultrasound Includes:
GE
Philips
Siemens
SonoSite
Canon
Samsung Medison
Hitachi
Esaote
Mindray
SIUI
Shenzhen Ruqi
SonoScape
Jiarui
Market Segment by Type, covers:
Linear Type
Convex Type
Phased Array Type
Endocavitary Type
Others
Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into:
OB-GYN
Urology
Vascular & Nervous System
Renal / Digestive
Musculoskeletal
Others
Key Questions Addressed in this Report
What is the 10-year outlook for the global Medical Ultrasound market?
What factors are driving Medical Ultrasound market growth, globally and by region?
Which technologies are poised for the fastest growth by market and region?
How do Medical Ultrasound market opportunities vary by end market size?
How does Medical Ultrasound break out type, application?
What are the influences of COVID-19 and Russia-Ukraine war?
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2023.05.29 08:07 DaAli3n My SFFPC History and questions for future builds

Hi all!
 
Apologies in advance for how long this post is going to be as well as how bad the formatting and linking is - first real post.
I've had this idea to catalog my history with SFFPCs for a while now.
I also have a few questions hidden further in regarding a possible future build that i'm looking at maybe attempting in the next few months.
 
  Lets begin the trip down memory lane: Build #1 - mid 2014 No Pictures for the build on this one sorry - not much worth documenting either, very simple build!
 
PC Part Picker Link: (https://pcpartpicker.com/list/9Px99W)
 
This PC was the first computer I had ever built with basically my first pay check. Realistically I was building it just to prove to myself that I could and that I wasn't going to break any parts. The long term goal for this PC was to become a youtube / facebook machine for my brother and it worked perfectly. lately i've been using it as a slave pc to run minecraft servers for the lads and it still trucks along with no issues!
 
Summary: This pc was easy to build and still works today very well with basically no maintenance over the course of its life. It was never meant to be a high power machine and works well as an exertainment machine / server for minecraft. Yes I know I should probably repaste it.  
 
Following this up was my first "gaming" PC: Build #2 - mid 2016 No photos for this build either sorry. But again, the build was pretty simple with nothing particularly worth documenting. The Corsair case was a dream to build in and had heaps of space for parts and mounting. This PC was built when I was going to a lot of LANs hence the 'portable' case choice!
 
PC Part Picker Link: (https://pcpartpicker.com/list/KMd9fv)
 
This PC was and still is a beast. Disregarding the issues with gtx 970's not actually having 4GB of VRAM and instead having 3.5GB + 0.5 GB this PC proved to be an amazing 1080p gaming machine. Specifically this was mostly because of two factors:  
  • The i5 6600k was a monster! I heard lots about how only having 4 cores and no hyperthreading meant this little CPU was a weak competitor when compared to the more capable 7700k. But for what I had lined up? This CPU was perfect and never let me down. This CPU was incredibly easy to overclock, ran cool compared to many higher spec'd parts at the time and was a single core performing beast. This CPU was overclocked (easily) to basically 4.9Ghz for its entire life which allowed for it to be competitive with much newer CPU's all the way up to and past a stock i9 9900k (gotta love the 14 nm villain arc intel went on). Yes you read that right, with a hefty overclock my little of i5 6600k was out performing brand new (stock) i9 9900k cpus! (but only in single, duo and quad core workloads, anything more and it would fall over. I also had to seriously adjust memory timings to get up to the 9900k which had them running at unsafe voltages for long term use as well)
 
  • Super fast SSD for quick load & boot times! I know a 250GB SSD is tiny by todays standards especially as the only drive in the PC but back in 2016? This was manageable and provided a massive performance increase in a market full of PCs still using HHD as boot drives.
 
In addition to the above there were serval things about this PC that I absolutely loved:
  • The Corsair 380T case was AMAZING. The side panels have a metal cover over the main plastic bulk of the panel, the metal part could be removed by bending the clips holding it on and allowing a thin filter material to be added in. For anyone looking to build in the 380T I 100% recommend doing this! Basically the only maintenance was to run a vacuum over the side panels and no dust ended up inside the case at all.
  • Having the i5 6600k under the 240 AIO allowed the i5 6600k to pull full TDP (plus the rest from the overclock) and stay at about a maximum of 65 degrees C (149 F) well within a safe operational range.
 
Now days this PC is living out its retirement at a friends place who couldn't afford a PC and still running strong clocked at a solid 4.7GHz. Which is more than enough for the games they are playing. Not suitable for much more than 1080p 60fps in most modern games (medium settings if that), this PC still stands out as the best PC i've built so far. I also did push the CPU as much as physically possible - Upping the voltage, clock and bus clock (a little trick from the generation to squeeze out a few more points in benchmarking) to make the CPU hit about 5.1GHz max. While stable this also bumped up temps to about 95 degrees C (203 F) which was not sustainable long term.
 
Summary: This PC was a beast for the price and delivered amazing performance - the only regret I had at the time was not getting a 7700k or equivalent for hyperthreading but in hindsight this was not an issue and this PC was still able to deliver years of fun!
 
 
This brings us to current day: Build #3 - early 2021
 
PC Part Picker Link: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/bLDxgb
 
This is where the fun begins. This PC was built with the goal of "No compromises" and I like to think I delivered! With a fully custom water cooling loop for both a 5950x and 3090 this PC is able to play basically any modern game at 1440p 240hz while maintaining reasonable temperatures. Originally this PC was built as an air-cooled PC with the goal to be water-cooled later. Most of my comments will focus on the water-cooling process.
 
But before we move on here are my air-cooled comments:
 
  • The Asus TUF GAMING OC GeForce RTX 3090 only just fits in the case. This required the front IO panel to be removed and for the case to basically come apart to allow for the 3090 to slide in sideways before wriggling into the PCIE slot. Doable but a tight fit.
 
  • Everything was so much simpler when everything was air-cooled! This goes without saying but i'd 100% recommend that anyone attempting this seriously consider just leaving everything air-cooled. What follows this is not for the faint of heart.
 
Now we get serious, and by serious I mean everything gets janky - you have been warned. Firstly, the GPU block didn't fit the case and this caused a lot of headaches. For more clarification please check the photos. Secondly, space was tight inside the case. Again, check the photos to see how little space there was inside the case. This meant that tubes between water cooling components were just jammed wherever I could fit them.
 
I watched a lot and I mean a lot of videos and tutorials about what would fit and what parts to buy etc. The number 1 source of my information was Optimum Tech on youtube. He has many videos showing in beautiful detail how he builds powerful ITX systems. 100% reccommend. And he's another Aussie lad!
 
The entire build process is basically documented in the photos that i'm currently trying to upload to imgur. Once I get the upload sorted i'll link to it here so you can follow along my adventures.
Photos Part 1 Photos Part 2
 
There is a bit of extra information in the photos so please give it a read if you're interested but i'm happy to answer questions if you have them so post away!
 
Summary: While a pain the ass to build, this no compromises PC destroys every single game I throw at it. It stays at reasonable temps with a mild undervolt on the 3090 and PBO applied to the 5950x.
 
 
This brings me to the section where I actually get to ask questions about a possible new build. If you've stuck with me this long, thank you and I hope you've enjoyed my history with ITX PCs.
 
Possible Future Build: Build #4 - mid 2023?
 
PC Part Picker Link: (https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Jp3H6r)
 
Please see my below reasoning on why i'm currently looking at these parts: Note: i'm looking to build in a Louqe Ghost S1 case.
Part Reasoning
AMD Ryzen 5 7600 Low power and super efficient CPU to provide amazing CPU performance in a TDP that can be easily cooled by a low profile cooler. Not a fan of how AM5 x series sits at 95 degrees C and no real low power intel option to compete (sub 70W)
Noctua NH-L12 Ghost S1 Best low profile cooler that can fit in the Louqe Ghost S1 case
Asus ROG STRIX X670E-I GAMING WIFI I was looking at cheaper motherboards but read several reviews that the ones available here in Australia had poor VRM design and cooling implementation. This motherboard also is confirmed to fit with the chosen cooler Noctua Website
G.Skill Flare X5 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000 CL32 Good compromise between performance, lowish profile and price
Samsung 980 Pro 2 TB Simple, easy, powerful, reliable and not a bad price here in Aus but might swap if something else comes along
Inno3D Twin X2 GeForce RTX 4070 Based on the case compatibility list on the Louqe subreddit and the 4070 review performed by Value king the Inno3D Twin X2 seems to be one of the best options that both fits the Louqe case and has good build quality
Corsair SF750 750 W 80+ Platinum Pretty standard choice for ITX builds as far as I can tell. I've used it before and love the quality
 
Now that you've got the background we can get into the meat of my questions for this hypothetical build:
To get the most out of my 7600 should I lap the CPU or delid and direct die cool? I want the CPU to easily sit within its thermal limits while having some headroom to play around with settings and squeeze the most I can out of. A return to the era of the 6600k again, low power with lots of room to tinker and wring out all the performance I can while staying cool. Even going so far as to play with memory timings again.
 
My thoughts at this stage are as follows:
Direct Die Lapping
Allows for liquid metal to be applied directly to the CPU die for best possible thermal transfer Allows for the IHS to soak the heat from the tiny core on the 7600 into a larger surface before absorbing heat into the cooler.
Liquid metal has shown in the past to provide massive temperature reductions in similar applications Is much less likely to damage the CPU itself and still offer significant improvement to temperature.
The 7600 cores are so small and so off center that i'm concerned only 1 or 2 of the copper heat pipes in the cooler would actually make contact. This combined with the difficulty of balancing a cooler on the CCD & IO Die as they're both small not both centered could lead to insignificant gains. Lapping could be combined with liquid metal if really required to try and get even more performance gains from the 7600.
 
I've also not seen any videos or posts from people using either the lapping or direct die methods on a 7600 - as the part is so low power this makes sense but I was trying to consider all options before committing to one or the other. I did see one video of someone trying to use the direct die frame and liquid metal with a 7600x unsuccessfully which has also not helped with my trepidation: Actually Hardcore Overclocking
It is also worth noting that Thermal Grizzly and Roman "der8auer" also sell products for both lapping and direct die modifications so both are fairly easily accessible to me.
To be clear, the goal here is to fit super efficient parts into the stock Louqe Ghost S1 without needing a top hat for extra cooling or crazy internal fan placement to get extra airflow. I'd love for both the 4070 and 7600 to both have enough airflow to perform optimally without having to modify the case and add extra fans.
 
Questions? Comments? Drop them below and i'll try to answer anything I can!
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2023.05.29 07:11 Big-Act-9425 Add a Pool Filter to Make Swimming More Fun

If you are going to have a swimming pool, will you add a filter to your pool? The pool filter will make the water in the pool more pure, not only let us enjoy swimming, but also ensure that all the water in the pool is kept clean - and safe --at all times.
The swimming pool filter is the reason your pool water is clean and clear.When water passes through the filter, the original debris, dirt, and chlorine in the water are captured.The perfect pool filter results in clear, blue and sparkling pool water.
How to choose the right pool filter?
There are different types of swimming pool filters, such as sand and cartridges. If there are large particles in the water, the sand pool filter can be considered. In terms of efficiency, it removes debris from the pool water to a size of approximately 40 microns, which is sufficient for most situations.
Maintain your filter regularly
It is necessary to maintain the swimming pool filter for increase the life of the filter. For different swimming pool filters, the cleaning method is different.
If you are going to have a swimming pool, adding a filter is a must. It will make your swimming more interesting.
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2023.05.29 05:58 Starmakyr Why did my displacement shader rip up the seams here, and how do I sew them back together?

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2023.05.29 05:18 lpinformation3125 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Market Projected to Exhibit Growth at a CAGR of 19350 by 2029

A programmable logic controller, PLC, is a digital computer used for automation of typically industrial electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines, amusement rides, or light fixtures. PLCs are used in many machines, in many industries. PLCs are designed for multiple arrangements of digital and analog inputs and outputs, extended temperature ranges, immunity to electrical noise, and resistance to vibration and impact. Programs to control machine operation are typically stored in battery-backed-up or non-volatile memory. A PLC is an example of a "hard" real-time system since output results must be produced in response to input conditions within a limited time, otherwise unintended operation will result.
LPI (LP Information)' newest research report, the “Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Industry Forecast” looks at past sales and reviews total world Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) sales in 2022, providing a comprehensive analysis by region and market sector of projected Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) sales for 2023 through 2029. With Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) sales broken down by region, market sector and sub-sector, this report provides a detailed analysis in US$ millions of the world Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) industry.
This Insight Report provides a comprehensive analysis of the global Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) landscape and highlights key trends related to product segmentation, company formation, revenue, and market share, latest development, and M&A activity. This report also analyzes the strategies of leading global companies with a focus on Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) portfolios and capabilities, market entry strategies, market positions, and geographic footprints, to better understand these firms' unique position in an accelerating global Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) market.
This Insight Report evaluates the key market trends, drivers, and affecting factors shaping the global outlook for Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) and breaks down the forecast by product size, by application, geography, and market size to highlight emerging pockets of opportunity. With a transparent methodology based on hundreds of bottom-up qualitative and quantitative market inputs, this study forecast offers a highly nuanced view of the current state and future trajectory in the global Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).
The global Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) market size is projected to grow from US$ 13270 million in 2022 to US$ 19350 million in 2029; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 19350 from 2023 to 2029.
Global key players of programmable logic controller (PLC) include Siemens, Rockwell (A-B), Mitsubishi, etc. Top three players occupy for a share about 63%. Europe is the largest producer, holds a share around 35%, followed by North America and Japan, both holding a share about 24 percent. Asia-Pacific is the largest market, with a share about 37%, followed by Europe and North America, with share 34% and 23%, separately.
This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) market by product product size, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries.
Top Manufactures in Global Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Includes:
Siemens
Rockwell (A-B)
Mitsubishi
Schneider (Modicon)
Omron
Emerson (GE Fanuc)
ABB (B&R)
Bosch Rexroth
Beckhoff
Fuji
Toshiba
Keyence
Idec
Panasonic
Koyo
Market Segment by Type, covers:
Nano
Micro
Medium
Large
Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into:
Steel Industry
Petrochemical and Gas Industry
Power Industry
Automobile Industry
Semiconductor Industry
Electrical And Electronics Industry
Others
Key Questions Addressed in this Report
What is the 10-year outlook for the global Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) market?
What factors are driving Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) market growth, globally and by region?
Which technologies are poised for the fastest growth by market and region?
How do Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) market opportunities vary by end market size?
How does Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) break out type, application?
What are the influences of COVID-19 and Russia-Ukraine war?
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2023.05.29 04:44 pro_a2 Jandy vs Pentair vs WaterWay vs Hayward cartridge filter

Hello everyone,
Looking to replace my 20 year old sand filter and upgrade to a cartridge filter, and I’m hearing mixed reviews on each of the above filters. Each retailer will praise their own filter and bash the other ones. So I’m interested to hear from you all. I’m in Arizona, and I have a 10,000 gallon play pebble tec pool (will resurface with pebble tec as well), I also do have pop-ups and I’ll be adding a vacuum suction as my pop-ups don’t so much, unfortunately. Please let me know what brand filter do you recommend and why. Thanks!
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2023.05.29 04:26 lpinformation3125 Medium Voltage Switchgears Market Projected to Exhibit Growth at a CAGR of 20010 by 2029

Medium Voltage Switchgears are a complete set of switchgears and control equipments used for Medium Voltage (3.6~40.5kV). It acts as a power center and a main power distribution unit. Mainly used for power lines, the main electrical equipment control, monitoring, measurement and protection. Often set in the substation, power distribution room, etc.
LPI (LP Information)' newest research report, the “Medium Voltage Switchgears Industry Forecast” looks at past sales and reviews total world Medium Voltage Switchgears sales in 2022, providing a comprehensive analysis by region and market sector of projected Medium Voltage Switchgears sales for 2023 through 2029. With Medium Voltage Switchgears sales broken down by region, market sector and sub-sector, this report provides a detailed analysis in US$ millions of the world Medium Voltage Switchgears industry.
This Insight Report provides a comprehensive analysis of the global Medium Voltage Switchgears landscape and highlights key trends related to product segmentation, company formation, revenue, and market share, latest development, and M&A activity. This report also analyzes the strategies of leading global companies with a focus on Medium Voltage Switchgears portfolios and capabilities, market entry strategies, market positions, and geographic footprints, to better understand these firms' unique position in an accelerating global Medium Voltage Switchgears market.
This Insight Report evaluates the key market trends, drivers, and affecting factors shaping the global outlook for Medium Voltage Switchgears and breaks down the forecast by type, by application, geography, and market size to highlight emerging pockets of opportunity. With a transparent methodology based on hundreds of bottom-up qualitative and quantitative market inputs, this study forecast offers a highly nuanced view of the current state and future trajectory in the global Medium Voltage Switchgears.
The global Medium Voltage Switchgears market size is projected to grow from US$ 13950 million in 2022 to US$ 20010 million in 2029; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 20010 from 2023 to 2029.
ABB, Schneider Electric and Siemens captured the top three revenue share spots in the Medium Voltage Switchgears market.ABB dominated with 8 percent revenue share, followed by Schneider Electric with 7 percent revenue share and Siemens with 6 percent revenue share.
This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Medium Voltage Switchgears market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries.
Top Manufactures in Global Medium Voltage Switchgears Includes:
ABB
Siemens
Eaton
Schneider Electric
GE Industrial
Toshiba
Hitachi
CHINT
Mitsubishi Electric
Lucy Electric
Fuji Electric
Bharat Heavy Electricals
Crompton Greaves Ltd.
BOER
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Efacec
Nissin Electric
Dual-ADE
Powell Industries
Henan Senyuan Electric
Hyosung Power & Industrial Systems
Huatech
Market Segment by Type, covers:
Air Insulated Switchgears
Gas Insulated Switchgears
Others
Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into:
Residential
Industrial
Commercial
Utility Installations
Key Questions Addressed in this Report
What is the 10-year outlook for the global Medium Voltage Switchgears market?
What factors are driving Medium Voltage Switchgears market growth, globally and by region?
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2023.05.29 04:00 sweatyandtheheadband Yikes my water hardness 😬 should I soften it?

Yikes my water hardness 😬 should I soften it?
The water is crazy hard where I live. Descaling water fixtures is a frequent necessity in my house. I'm new to fish ownership and have read that bettas can thrive in water that's on the hard side, but the test pad immediately turned dark blue when dipped.
3 gallon tank (I know it's small, I need time to make upgrades!)
Measurents are: pH 8.0 Nitrite between 1 - 3ppm Nitrate 0 - 20ppm Ammonia 0 ppm (not pictured) Water temp 82°F
Tank is about a month old. Just before testing I did a filter change. I had started the tank with one filter cartridge, all the tank came with. After some reading I learned it's a good idea to have two cartridges as it can slow the water flow slower (which I think is better; the filter my tank came with was too fast for my bettas liking). I siphoned some tank water into a bucket, removed the filter cartridge and gently rubbed with my hands to remove physical waste and debris in the bucket with aquarium water so I could preserve the bacteria in the cartridge. I then put the cleaned cartridge back into the filter with a brand new one and the water I removed with fresh tap water treated with stress coat.
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2023.05.29 03:05 Gniv1031 Help needed - potential leak

Hi all - I need some help (and determine whether I need professional help).
Here’s the facts:
Screened in pool around 12k gallons. Have solar and cartridge filter and salt system. I have a zodiac z3 vacuum hooked up. All was working fine before hand with a small air leak where I could see bubbles in the pump basket.
My pool pump needed to be replaced because it cracked and started leaking. I hired someone off of thumbtack to add a variable speed pool pump. The previous pump was 2HP and the installer said that was too much for my current pool. He installed a Jandy 1.65HP pool pump. Now the pump basket isn’t filling all the way. I called him back to check on it and he said I have an air leak somewhere but not to be concerned. I told him it wasn’t doing this before but he just gave some lame excuse. Also when my solar heater is on the vacuum doesn’t work anymore. Vacuum works fine when heater is off. PSI is in a normal range of 20-30. Lastly, my salt system I can see bubbles in the window on the salt cell which I didn’t see before.
I have a home warranty since I just moved in and has someone come out to look and he said he couldn’t find any air leaks above ground and that the pressure in the system was fine even though the basket wasn’t filling.
I have 2 check valves on the “non suction” side of my system and I don’t see any bubbles it’s completely clear. But when the water hits the salt cell window I see a ton of bubbles.
Dows anyone have any advice? I’m at a loss here and feel like I got screwed somewhere.
Thank you!
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2023.05.29 02:44 jjackson5150 6 Month Old Tank Suddenly Dirty Water

6 Month Old Tank Suddenly Dirty Water
Upon Initial setup I had about a 2 week span of murky water due to the tannins being released from the drift wood. After that I've always had crystal clear water. Than out-of nowhere about a week and half ago I started noticing a slight tint in the water and it rapidly got darker. I can't tell if its a algae bloom or bacteria bloom but I've done all I know to treat for both. Also it was suggested to me to buy large filter media and cut to fit my filter and wash it out instead of buying new filter cartridges. It seems like a tight fit. Did I donit correctly?
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2023.05.29 01:22 shackmaestro Refrigerator that keeps track of how many ounces you pour into your cup with other measurements optional.

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2023.05.28 23:44 Gregory_Fricker Replacement filter cartridge doesn’t fit

Have a c200s swim clear filter. Pool builders put a 100sqft filter cartridge in during install rather than the 200 it requires. Ordered an exact replacement for the cx200xre cartridge the manual calls for, but the inner adapter doesn’t fit over the filter housing pipe. Any thoughts? Shouldn’t the exact cartridge part fit by default?
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