Hours plumbers employed in cooperatives
Plumbers working in a cooperative housing standard working hours from eight hours to the seventeenth or eighteenth. In such a time they can also perform plumbing work in a block of flats. More work done in a block must be well organized in such a way that it can be performed as soon as possible with the greatest respect for the rights of the people to preserve their privacy and quiet in the early morning. The tasks of the executives of the association must also ensure the safety of residents of the block during the works. They can apply to do the second division of water, clean water and sewage network or even replacement of water meters in all areas.
There is water in the apartment
Water leak, which occurred in an apartment is doubly dangerous because it can cause flooding of the neighbors who live one floor below. Therefore, if we find the growing leak in the kitchen or bathroom, you should immediately call an ambulance, hydraulic, which would come at us very quickly. There will not be a problem closing the water in the apartment allowing for minimizing the existing flooding tiles and floors. Sometimes it may also be that in order to perform repair work you will need to close the main water valve in the existing block. To carry out such an act will have to have the consent of the cooperative, since closing the main valve will cause a break in the supply of water to all tenants.
Boiler explosion - causes
The principal causes of explosions, in fact the only causes, are deficiency of strength in the shell or other parts of the boilers, over-pressure and over-heating. Deficiency of strength in steam boilers may be due to original defects, bad workmanship, deterioration from use or mismanagement."
"Cause.-Boiler explosions are always due to the fact that some part of the boiler is, for some reason, too weak to withstand the pressure to which it is subjected. This may be due to one of two causes: Either the boiler is not strong enough to safely carry its proper working pressure, or else the pressure has been allowed to rise above the usual point by the sticking of the safety valves, or some similar cause"
Boiler explosions are common in sinking ships once the superheated boiler touches cold sea water, as the sudden cooling of the superheated metal causes it to crack; for instance, when the SS Ben Lomond was torpedoed by a U-boat, the torpedoes and resulting boiler explosion caused the ship to go down in two minutes, leaving Poon Lim as the only survivor in a complement of 54 crew.