10 Beard Straighteners That Will Tame Your Wild Beard

For those who struggle with a curly, coarse or frizzy-looking beard, using a beard straightener is more effective than battling with oils and balms. They are also far more gentle on your skin than trying to blowdry your beard with a hairdryer. Even better, beard straighteners work as well on your hair as they do on your beard. They’re ideal if you need to look extra polished for a big meeting or date. You can also use one daily to keep your facial hair looking neat and tidy instead of woolly and wild. The Iston Beard Straightener will make even a coarse beard smooth and silky. It is designed to prevent damage to your facial hair by sealing the hair cuticle, which prevents split ends. Using ceramic technology, it heats up fast. Plus, the straightener also has ionic conditioning and an anti-static coating to make frizzy beard hair a thing of the past. The temperature is adjustable to suit all hair types, and the design is wider than most beard straighteners, which reduces the time it takes to smooth out your beard. For those who struggle with a straggly, frizzy beard, the Dioverde Beard Straightener’s anti-static coating makes it a great option. It straightens, smooths and detangl...

Global Wheel Bolt & Wheel Nut Market 2020 Growth, Industry Trends, Sales Revenue, Size by Regional Forecast to 2025

MarketandResearch.biz has added the latest industry analysis report titled Global Wheel Bolt & Wheel Nut Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 which presents a comprehensive study on market share, size, growth aspects, and major players. The report comprises brief information on the regional competitive landscape, market trends, and drivers, opportunities and challenges, distributors, sales channels, risks & entry barriers, as well as Porter’s Five Forces Analysis. The report contains a brief profile of key players in the industry and their upcoming market plans and current developments. Then, the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years i.e. from 2020 to 2025 have been added in the research. Data type includes capacity, production, market share, price, revenue, cost, gross, gross margin, growth rate, consumption, import, export, etc. Additionally, industry chain, manufacturing process, cost structure, marketing channel are also analyzed in this global Wheel Bolt & Wheel Nut market report. The report delivers a spacious base for various market-associated industries, firms, and organizations to direct and expand...

[Jan] is one of those people who’s always playing around with synthesizers, and in this day

[Jan] is one of those people who’s always playing around with synthesizers, and in this day and age, that means a lot of USB cables supplying power. If you want to make a synth setup portable, your best option is looking at USB powerbanks with their fancy lithium cells. These will work just fine, but remember: you can buy D cells just about anywhere, and they actually hold a ridiculous amount of energy. They’re cheap albeit one-use and disposable, so why not build a USB power bank out of a massive pair of batteries? The build started off, naturally, with a pair of Energizer D cells that hold 20,000mAh. A battery holder for these cells is cheap and easy to source, leaving the only other needed component a cheap 5V boost converter. This was simply hot glued to the back of the battery holder in parallel, a simple switch was added, and the entire thing was fitted in a neat little 3D printed case that looks like a car (motorcycle?) battery. Testing the with a phone revealed this thing will charge at 570mA from 3V, which is more than sufficient for [Jan]’s needs. Sure, using disposable batteries in 2018 is more than a little wasteful, but a project like this is meant to be a simple so...

How to choose the best wardrobe for your bedroom: Trending and walk-in ideas

Waredrobes are a strange stylistic animal. The largest piece of furniture aside from the bed, they have a very imposing physical and aesthetic presence. Follow kitchen trends? With slab faces, soft closing hinges or silent slides, micro-management and handle-free design — the monumental, built-in or free-standing wardrobe won’t be far behind your German anti-kitchen. Here are some key things to consider before you tailor in those valuable centimetres. Some larger ceiling or near to ceiling high free-standing wardrobes with kickboard bases (rather than telling legs) and widths of 1100mm plus — read as fitted. Every genre from French armoire classicism (Neptune’s Chichester range in dove-tailed tulip-wood is a good example) to Bauhaus block units in Zermatt, Mila, Christine, Emer and Jutzler; from €799 for a double (Harveys), can go it alone. Matching pieces in many flat pack ranges can be assembled tightly against shelving and dressers, anchored to the wall, but ultimately are mobile with just a few screws winkled out. Can you get an assembled wardrobe up those stairs? Explore well-priced buy/deliver/install services from outlets like the Loft Superstore on Cornmarket St in Cork....

Current Trends and Future Demand of Galvanized Steel Coil Market Top Business Growing Strategies, Technological Innovation and Emerging Trends of Outlook To 2026

Research report incorporates the size of the global Galvanized Steel Coil Market for the base year 2020 and the forecast between 2020 and 2026. Market value has been estimated considering the application and regional segments, market share, and size, while the forecast for each product type and application segment has been provided for the global and local markets and is detailed in the report abstract. The Galvanized Steel Coil report enlists detailed profiles of the key players to help you gain an insight into the competitive landscape of the Galvanized Steel Coil Outlook. It further compiles new product analysis, financial overview, strategies and emerging marketing trends. Major Manufacturer Detail: Shougang, Ansteel Group, Gerdau, Maanshan Steel, United States Steel Corporation, Youfa Steel Pipe Group, Benxi Steel Group The report entails a complete view of the world Galvanized Steel Coil market by diversifying it in terms of application and region. These segments are examined in terms of current and future trends. Regional segmentation includes recent and future demand for North America, Asia- Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East. The report collectively covers specific ap...

Following a fluke the first time around, we gave Hitachi’s new flagship nailer a second shot

Following a fluke the first time around, we gave Hitachi’s new flagship nailer a second shot – and it makes the most of it with outstanding performance. There are a lot of solid framing nailers on the job, but Hitachi’s have been a tradesman’s favorite for years now. Reliable, low-maintenance, and powerful, the NR83 and the NR90 models have built more trusses, windows, sub-floors, roofs, and all of other types of framing than anyone can count. Both the company and its customers have been reluctant to change a good formula. So Hitachi returned to the popular NR83 platform but upgraded the trigger’s actuation options. The result is the new A5 Series. If that sounds familiar, it’s because Chris Boll previewed the four new A5 series nailers recently. Today, I have one of the group’s members: the Hitachi NR83A5 Pneumatic Framing Nailer. It’s distinguished from the NR83A5(S) nailer because it has a depth of drive adjustment. Regular readers will know that it can be tough to write novel reviews, particularly of nailers. It seems that manufacturers can only make marginal changes compared to other tool categories. This seems especially accurate in this case because Hitachi’s ...

Boosted Coyote Part 5: Adding Fuel To The Fire With DeatschWerks

Sometimes, projects go smoothly. Sometimes, they don’t. The first four installments of the Boosted Coyote engine project have definitely been the former, thanks to the hard work and expertise of Livernois Motorsports and Engineering. The team was able to take the few salvageable pieces of project-owner Ivan Korda’s OEM engine and craft it into one of their Race-Series long-blocks, with the intention of shooting for 1,000 rear-wheel horsepower. However, in the last installment of the project, we did hit our first hiccup in the project. After upgrading the injectors to DeatschWerks 1,500cc/min units before going to the dyno, we thought that Ivan’s GT350 twin-fuel-pump setup would be enough to supply the juice we needed. We were wrong, as Ivan ended up maxing out the GT350 fuel system. While the car ran great on the dyno with the third-generation Whipple 2.9L supercharger, we came up well short of our goal. The boost was capped at 16psi, and the engine could only spin to 7,500 rpm before running out of pump. The final number posted on the dyno that day was 822 rwhp and 630 lb-ft of rear-wheel torque. Nice numbers, but not what we were hoping for. If you’re already running a twin-pu...

From masking tape to med-tech, adhesive part maker BDK has a dynamic yet secure history. Today,

From masking tape to med-tech, adhesive part maker BDK has a dynamic yet secure history. Today, it remains on a roll. We spoke to managing director, Nick Falconer. BDK makes adhesive parts. It manufactures sticky components for a range of industries including healthcare, automotive, aerospace and security. It was founded in 1959 and is a family owned firm. Managing director, Nick Falconer, joined the company in 1982 and took over the business from his father in the early 2000s, when he retired. “The routes go back to the very early days, back in the 1960s when we started off selling rolls of tape, masking and box sealing tape,” Falconer tells The Manufacturer. Originally, BDK was based in London before moving to Ipswich in the early 1970s. In 1997, it moved to its current Levington location. “There is quite a technical range of tapes for different purposes. For example, you have glass cloth tapes coated with an adhesive that has a very high melting point, which are used in industries where there is high heat.” The origin of recommending the right adhesive tape or part to use has allowed BDK to grow to where it is today. It has meant the manufacture of its products can be flexibl...

S40 Audiometric Test Booth from Sibelmed : Get Quote, RFQ, Price or Buy

The S40 audiometric booth is a healthcare product manufactured by SIBEL, S.A.U. – SIBELMED CE Class I according to the 93/42/CEE directive. One of the main qualities of the SIBELMED S40 booth is its high level of acoustic insulation, up to 50 dB. It contains high-quality soundproofing and wooden materials that, together with the double-glazed window, guarantees an elegant and comfortable design. It is compatible with all audiometers on the market, including computerized ones, having all the necessary connections. The four panels are interchangeable, providing versatility and allowing the booth to adapt to the different spaces where it is to be installed (except model S40-D). In addition, the booth assembly system is quick and easy. Dispone de ventilación por laberinto de serie. Este sistema se basa en un laberinto integrado en el techo que está recubierto de material aislante. Permite ventilar la cabina, al mismo tiempo que atenúa la transmisión sonora. The B, C, E and F models have, as standard, the preinstallation necessary to carry out free-field tests with any audiometer on the market. These products and services are provided for your convenience. News-Medical.Net in no way...

A recent study has revealed new details about the composition and fragmentation of a meteorite reportedly

A recent study has revealed new details about the composition and fragmentation of a meteorite reportedly discovered in the deserts of southwestern Morocco in 2012. Researchers examined fragments from the ungrouped achondrite, Northwest Africa (NWA) 7325. Achondrites are stony meteorites that do not contain spheroidal mineral grains known as chondrules. Saying a meteorite is ‘ungrouped’ means that it is not part of a collection of meteorites that are known to have originated from the same parent body. Researchers examined the abundances of highly siderophile elements (HSE; including Re, Os, Ir, Ru, Pt, and Pd) and 187Re‐187Os isotopic systematics for two meteorite fragments. Siderophile, or ‘iron-loving,’ elements are those that easily form alloys with metallic iron. To understand how NWA 7235 could have ended up with the observed HSE abundances, the team constructed a model of the meteorite’s formation. The results indicate that the parent body of NWA 7325 underwent complex planetary processes, and was large enough to form a core, mantle, and crust. One of the fragments used in the study appears to be a sample of the object’s crust. The team...

Keystone Automotive Operations, Inc. Welcomes BMR Suspension

BMR provides performance suspension products for more than 22 late-model and classic muscle car applications. Keystone Automotive Operations, Inc. welcomes BMR Suspension, a leading suspension manufacturer in the street performance, stock suspension drag racing, and pro touring markets, to its Performance Handling category. Founded in 1998, BMR provides performance suspension products for more than 22 different late-model and classic muscle car applications. According to the company, consistent quality is a priority of the brand, ensured by using carefully-sourced steel, premium welding techniques, and in-house powder coating. All product is proudly made in the USA at the company’s manufacturing facility near Tampa, Florida. “BMR Suspension products fit and work so well because they are street driven and track tested on BMR project vehicles. But it is more than just great vehicles — virtually every BMR employee is a racer or hot rodder, as well,” explains the company. “This love of racing is demonstrated every day in BMR’s customer service, design innovation and manufacturing quality.” BMR product ranges from individual components to comprehensive kits, offering customers the o...

The American Beverage Association’s Every Bottle Back initiative seeks to ensure the circularity of PET bottles.

The American Beverage Association’s Every Bottle Back initiative seeks to ensure the circularity of PET bottles. On average, America’s top beverage companies produce about 100 billion plastic bottles every year, according to estimates from the American Beverage Association. While an estimated 35 billion bottles are collected and recycled annually, the majority of these bottles end up in the waste stream, according to that association.  In 2019, The Recycling Partnership, Falls Church, Virginia, released a report, “The Bridge to Circularity: Putting the ‘New Plastics Economy’ into Practice in the U.S.,” that provides a case study of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle recycling. According to that report, an annual gap of about 1 billion pounds exists between current U.S. supply and projected demand for recycled PET (rPET) from major brands. Sarah Dearman, vice president of circular ventures at The Recycling Partnership, says the study reached the conclusion that in its current state, the U.S. recycling system can’t help companies meet their goals to use rPET in their products. She adds that to meet companies’ demand for rPET, each person in the U.S. would need to recycle an a...

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