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PUMP-X53 is a multi-purpose, low modulus, moderate strength filler used for filling cavities, voids and cracks from a minimum of " width up to approximately 18 inches. PUMP-X53i is an ultra-fine, moderate strength micro-injection grout which achieves high flow for efficient filling of small cracks and voids from a minimum width of approximately 1 mm to as much as several inches in thickness. Pump-X 53iE is an ultra-fine, expanding, non-polymer cementitious injection grout designed for filling small cracks and voids in sound concrete and masonry construction. Slight expansion after placement and before final set enables the material to force itself into close, positive contact with internal crack surfaces, where desired. PUMP-X-53iL is a softer, non-polymer, hydraulic lime grout, for use in Historic masonry restorations requiring repairs to lower strength brick and softer stone elements.




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PUMP-X53i is an ultra-fine, moderate strength micro-injection grout which achieves high flow for efficient filling of small cracks and voids from a minimum width of approximately 1 mm to as much as several inches in thickness. 2 gallon pail mixes with water, yielding 1/4 cu. ft. of grout


PUMP-X53i Color is a color-matched, ultra-fine, moderate strength micro-injection grout which achieves high flow for efficient filling of small cracks and voids from a minimum width of approximately 1 mm to as much as several inches in thickness. 2 gallon pail mixes with water, yielding 1/4 cu. ft. of grout.


Pump-X 53iE is an ultra-fine, expanding, non-polymer cementitious injection grout designed for filling small cracks and voids in sound concrete and masonry construction. Slight expansion after placement and before final set enables the material to force itself into close, positive contact with internal crack surfaces, where desired.


For the next few years Annie secretly conducted an investigation with a particular theory in mind. She created a special file on the Bandit collecting various news clippings of their crimes. A number of people were suspected of being the ACB including the notorious "Fountain Pooper", but they were eventually cleared. The Bandit continued their crimes, now known as "cracking", even brazenly slotting three students during a Greendale and City College baseball game. All the while, school administration officially denied their existence. This led Annie to believe that a cover up was taking place and the culprit might actually be a faculty member. It wasn't until the study group's fifth year at school that Annie was given a chance to try and confirm her long-held suspicions.


After a year of no ACB incidents being reported, the Bandit struck again. This time their victim was Garrett Lambert who barged in on Shirley's Sandwiches grand reopening ceremony to alert everyone to the ACB's return. An emergency meeting of the "Save Greendale Committee" was held to deal with the matter. Pelton showed them a letter sent to him by the Bandit which stated that more "crackings" were going to occur. Professor Duncan was asked to join them as Dean Pelton hoped he could create a psychological profile on the Bandit. Feeling that her theory about a faculty member being the Bandit would be ignored, Annie asked Jeff to help carry out a separate secret investigation. He refused at first but changed his mind when Annie was kicked off the official investigation and he saw how much the cause meant to her.


Meanwhile, Annie started to believe that Ian Duncan was the actual perpetrator after learning he was a Dave Matthews Band fan and had a roll of quarters on his file cabinet. Duncan did not appear on the initial shortlist of "Dave" fans because he reveals he uses an older, British version of Facebook. She shared with Jeff her suspicions and found that he had discovered something significant as well. Inside a hallway closet, he found that the ACB's phone call was in fact a prerecorded message. It was on a laptop which was linked to a switch board that rerouted the call. When Annie tells Jeff about Duncan they rush off to apprehend him only to hear him get "cracked". The two see the real culprit rounding a hallway and give chase only to run into Shirley. When she informs them that Pierce Hawthorne just passed away, the pursuit is immediately forgotten. After Duncan, the "crackings" stopped and Star-Burns recanted his confession despite the school officially recognizing him as the culprit. No investigation on the Ass Crack Bandit is currently open ("Basic Intergluteal Numismatics").


The final nail in the coffin? Two of the highest-profile "crackings" are Troy (Britta's ex) and Duncan (who's obsessed with her). Seems like an open-and-shut case, but until we get that much-awaited Community movie, there's no way to know for sure.


An understanding of the criminal mind is one of the most useful tools in solving crimes, which becomes apparent in these five famous cases cracked by forensic psychologists. Although techniques are becoming more sophisticated every year, forensic psychology has a long and storied history.


According to his plea and other court documents, law enforcement overheard Forrester and his co-conspirators discussing their drug activities. Forrester admitted that during the time of the conspiracy he distributed crack and powder cocaine, collected money from drug customers and distributors, and assisted the drug trafficking activities of other members of the drug conspiracy. During the time of the conspiracy, Forrester was responsible for the distribution of 280 grams or more of crack cocaine, and 5 kilograms or more of powder cocaine.


  • Negative properties to avoid:Brittle with age - material stiffens and cracks form leading to shorts

  • Conversion of solid to liquid - loses solid characteristics and breaks down to a "goop"

  • Stiffening - loss of flexibility with age, this can effect machines with moving parts

  • Heat resistance - does it change properties over time and with exposure to high temperatures

  • Extreme cold resistance - something to consider when using in cryogenic HVDC applications and extreme cold latitudes

  • UV Light resistance - does the material hold up or break down under sunlight over time



High voltages created new problems for insulator design. Glass would crack apart with high temperaturesand failed to withstand certain high temperatures, so the solution lay in Czech pottery. Masterpotters were hired to create porcelain products for the new electrical revolution of the 1880s. Simply changing to existing porcelain products was only a temporary solution, because the needs for evenhigher voltages came about in the 1890s. Chemists and material engineers helped designhigher performance porcelain insulators with special coatings and designs.


Thomas Edison was the inventor who finally cracked the code of a truly practical light bulb, but this only came after years of experimentation. Working in a company he called the Edison Electric Light Company, Edison developed a high-resistance cotton filament, which burned for over 14 hours in a test. It also consumed far less electricity than competing designs. Edison also benefited from the Sprengel air pump, invented in 1877, which greatly improved vacuum pump technology and allowed manufacturers to suck outside gasses out of a glass bulb. This, combined with the high electrical resistance of cotton, allowed filaments to burn far longer. Edison filed for his first patent in 1879, and the U.S. Patent Office granted it in January 1880. Edison would go on to found the Edison Illuminating Company.


Edison was one of several 1870s inventors working furiously to crack the code of sustainable incandescent lighting. American-British inventor Hiram Maxim tried to patent a light bulb at nearly the same time as Edison, but Maxim's patent was not granted by the U.S. Patent Office until July 1880. Harold H. Schobert, professor emeritus at Penn State University and author of "Energy and Society: An Introduction," recalls: "I used to tell my class that Maxim was so infuriated by this that he went home and invented the machine gun." Schobert emphasizes this was a joke, but indeed Maxim's machine gun is another invention with vast societal impact.


A herniated disc, or bulging disc, affects the shock absorbers in your spine. In between spinal vertebrae sits a disc that provides cushioning and flexibility. When the hard outer casing starts to crack, the soft center inside can push through and irritate surrounding nerves.


Evidence that an employee of a window washing company informed a club's manager that an anchor bolt for attaching safety belts was cracked, and that another employee of the company six months later examined the bolt before attaching his belt and observed a coating of corrosion but no crack, was sufficient to warrant findings that the club was negligent in not warning the second employee of a known hidden defect, and that the second employee was not contributorily negligent. [328-329]


The evidence would have permitted the jury to find the following. The valet room anchor bolt which broke and caused the plaintiff to fall was made of cast bronze and there were defects in its casting; the bolt was corroded, thereby causing a smooth, green coating to form which covered its surface. On the date of the accident, the plaintiff inspected the bolt before and after he hooked his safety belt onto it and saw the green coating but no cracks. Six months prior to the plaintiff's accident, John Duffy, another window washer employed by Industrial, had examined the anchor bolt in question and had seen a crack in the neck of the bolt. He had informed the club's manager that the bolt was rotted and cracked, asked him if he would check the bolts in the valet room and told him the bolts should be replaced by steel hooks


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