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Sunday, April 22, 2018

Save Water

We should start saving the water we have and use the water we have, economically. Here are a few ideas on how to conserve water..
1. Almost all of us have reverse osmosis (RO) system installed at home for water for drinking and cooking. I am sure everyone know that it let's out almost one litre water to produce one litre drinking water. So keep a bucket to the outlet and store this water. This can very well be used for cleaning the floor, for toilet etc. What they normally say is, the bacteria which is there in this water will die in half an hour time when get exposed to normal air.
2. Similarly a bucket can be placed in the AC outlet. Everyday morning this water can be used for the plants in your flat, to clean your cars or even be drained into the rainwater harvesting system so that the ground water can get charged. In fact these outlets can be connected on a regular basis to get drained there.
3. Stop using running water for cleaning utensils and use water from bucket. By this practice lot of water can be saved.
4. Similarly use shower for bathing. This also would reduces water consumption.
5. Use your washing machine when you have a full load because washing machines are designed in such a way that it uses almost the same amount of water for washing low load to very high load.
6. If your washing machine's outlet is not connected to the closed drain. That is if the machine's outlet is let out in the bathroom, then the soap water which comes out of the machine can very well be used to soak your utensils which you have used for cooking.
7. Some of us face a problem with dust in the water. For example the bore well water may turn slightly muddy when the water bed goes down or because of the accumulated dirt in the overhead tant, the water may come with dust. Please don't waste this watter. Keep a block of Alam (padigaram in tamil) in the bathroom. Just dip this in the bucket that has the muddy water and allow it to dissolve by rotating your hand. A few rotations will do. After about 10-15 minutes you will see the dust and muddy substances settled in the bottom and crystal clear water in the top ! This Alam would be available in all Naatu marundhu shops.
These are some of the ideas.
If you come across any good ideas to save water please do share. Little drops of water make the mighty ocean.
Water saved is water produced.

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Unit Weight of Hexagonal Steel Bar

Dear Readers
In geometry, any polygon with six sides and six angles and six vertices is called as Hexagon. A Hexagon having all sides of equal length and equal angles is called regular Hexagon. Each interior angle of any regular Hexagon is equal. It is used in industrial for various purpose. 



It is used for popularly for making nuts. The size is always measured Across the flat. It is denoted as size (A/F). Refer Picture.


Please refer Unit weigt of Hexoganal steel bar is below chart. All weights are Kg per Meter. Sizes will be measured as per the above picture.


For Unit Weight of Round Steel Bar Click Here
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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Formula of Calculations Weight (SS Material)


Calculation of S.S.Sheets, Circle, Pipes, Round Bar & Flat Bar

Weight of  S.S. Sheets & Plates :

Length ( Mtrs ) X  Width ( Mtrs ) X  Thick ( MM ) X 8 = Wt. Per PC

Weight  of   S.S. Circle

Dia ( mm ) X  Dia (mm ) X  Thick ( mm ) / 160 = Gms. Per PC

Weight of  S.S. Pipe

O.D. ( mm ) – W Thick ( mm ) X  W.Thick ( mm ) X 0.0248   = Wt. Per Meter

Weight of  S.S. Round Bar.

Dia ( mm ) X  Dia (mm ) X 0.00623  = Wt. Per. Meter

Weight of  S.S. Square Bar

Dia ( mm ) X  Dia ( mm ) X 0.00788 = Wt. Per. Meter

Weight of  S.S. Hexagonal Bar

Dia ( mm )     X  Dia ( mm ) X 0.00680    =  Wt. Per.Meter

Weight of  S.S. Flate Bar

Width  (mm ) X  Thick ( mm ) X 0.00798 = Wt.Per Meter.

For More Details about the weight calculation click Here
For More Details about the density of Iron click Here
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