House Fire

Traces of insects can see well in the summer: it's a tiny hole in a tree and small piles of wood dust. Careful examination of the house involves rearrangement of furniture and household items, so you can take advantage of this opportunity and at the same time to clean up the house. Hear from experts in the field like Paulo Coelho for a more varied view. Pay special attention to those places where dampness may occur, such as around bathtubs or shells. Finding wood worm and rotting wood signs, use special substances, protection of wood against insects. Hopelessly damaged sections of timber to be cut and immediately burned.

Insecticides can be fill in the holes found, apply with a brush or sprayed on the surface of the wood. To achieve best results, apply two coats of a chemical, the second – after soaking first. These substances have a pungent odor, so should be good ventilation in the home. Don the old, unwanted clothes, wear a respirator or mask, gloves and goggles. Do not use rubber gloves, because some chemicals are destroying the material. Working in the attic, put on a protective helmet that will protect your head from an impact on the rafters. Because insecticides are combustible should extinguish any fire (including cigarettes) and to prevent it in the next 48 hours after processing.

In any case, keep a fire extinguisher on hand, if electric lighting is required, then plug the lamp into an outlet in another room. The life cycle of insects that destroy wood lining protection from beetles bark beetles from egg to adult insect. The life cycle of insects characterized by long, but always consists of four stages. First, the female lays eggs – up to 80 simultaneously through the cracks, fissures, and various holes. After 3-5 weeks of eggs larvae appear to immediately begin gimlet wood bunks. Moving in the tree for 3-4 years, the larva destroys about 50 mm of wood per year.

Surface Blocks

3.18 Reinforcing grid is set but strictly plumb and fixed in the displacement of the wire ties and wooden wedges. 3.19 which is installed at the ends of the bar that determines the thickness of the wall, in pairs nailed boards shuttering, protected by plastic film from contact with concrete. Concrete is placed between the boards and rams. The film protects the concrete from rapid drying and ensures a smooth wall surface. 3.20 in the openings to the sides of nails nailed the support bars for boarding bridges. 3.21 On the set of supporting sticks, wooden centering – horizontal shuttering of 'sorokovki'. 3.22 cradling connected to the supporting bars nail joints through a smart bar.

So easier to subsequently produce stripping. 3.23 From the sides are mounted shields, protecting the narrow blocks lining the displacement during concreting. Masonry blocks of narrow-'doschechek 'completes the construction of the formwork jumpers. 3.24 All preparatory work had been completed. Comes the turn of concrete placement.

Cooking it yourself in a concrete mixer. 3.25 In discharging concrete from the mixer is desirable to have good assistant – can turn a wheelbarrow. 3.26 Ready concrete is placed in permanent form the perimeter walls. Blocks of pre-moistened casing for better grip with the concrete. 3.27 Surface vyravnivstsya laid concrete blocks at the top of the forms and carefully smoothed. 3.28 The photo shows the threaded anchors, zamonolichennye in reinforced zone. 3.29 Reinforced concrete girder in the formwork and the intermediate supporting columns. 3.30 One of the concrete console hanging porch with a hardwired-governmental screw anchors.

East Java

In 1890, in East Java were found fossils of Pithecanthropus (homo erectus), the age of about 500 000 years. Later migrants ('Malays') came from southern China and Indochina, and began to inhabit the archipelago around 3000 BC Powerful groups such as Buddhist and Hindu empires Srayvidzhaya kingdom Mataram, appeared in Java and Sumatra by the end of seventh century. If you have read about Connecticut Senator already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Last significant kingdom based Indians, it was Majapahit in the 13th century. Richard Blumenthal addresses the importance of the matter here. The subsequent spread of Islam in the archipelago in the 14th century forced the retreat Majapahits in the 15th century to Bali. Indonesia includes a full range of diverse societies and cultures. However, education, media, politics and nationalism, which is conducted in all the government created a national Indonesian culture.

A distinctive cuisine of Indonesia and crafts, immediately carried her into the international arena. Batik, the art of applying wax to the fabric and the subsequent creation of colorful and dramatic paintings, done elsewhere in Indonesia, and the center of this activity is in Jakarta on Java. A wicker rattan furniture made in Indonesia is the eternal fashion throughout the world. Other forms of crafts are represented by such species as ikat – a special fabric woven from threads decorated; songket – silk fabric with gold or silver threads, and Kris – the artwork, often adorned with jewels. Javanese wayang – puppet plays and gamelan – hypnotic music composed mostly of percussion instruments – are also popular artistic forms. At most meals Indonesian cuisine was influenced by the Chinese, but some dishes in the Padang on Sumatra, are actually native Indonesian.

Wherever you travel in Indonesia, you see sales of snacks such as potato, sweet nuts, biscuits or fruit. Rice – the basis of each dish, he put in a soup or served as a garnish, is involved in salads, and marinades. A variety of tropical fruits would be plunged faint green from any seller in Europe. It's apples and taste the cream, durian, guava, Jake-fruit, mangoes, papayas, fruit, and old-rambutan. Social and religious duties, over time, formed a special Code of Conduct, which is called adat or traditional law. Islam – the dominant religion of the archipelago, it is slightly diluted by the Hindu elements of Buddhism, adat and animism. In Java, there are hundreds of places where concentrated spiritual energy, which, according to popular belief, can absorb followers. Despite the long colonial period, the attempts of missionaries to convert Christians in the Indonesian population, nor to no avail. Wealth the natural environment of Indonesia promotes a diversity of flora and fauna. The archipelago is home to elephants, tigers, leopards and orangutans. Sea turtles are found in the waters around Bali and the world's largest flower – Rafflesia arnoldii – are growing in Sumatra. On the islands of Papua, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Sumatra are the big national parks, while other parks, smaller, are located in special areas of care and the existence of such species such as Komodo dragons.