If you were to ask what's the fastest speed at which you can drive a car, you need look no further than Andy Green. In 1997 he set the world land speed record when he drove the Thrust SSC at a blistering 763.035 miles per hour! If that's not fast enough for you, he's at it again; this time he's aiming for 1000mph! Hilltop were lucky enough to receieve a call for help from his latest team, the Bloodhound Project!... READ MORE
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STEINEL heat guns are a firm favourite for professional tradespeople. The heat guns combine state of the art technology, solid workmanship and innovative attachments to make them ideal for a whole range of purposes.
The heat gun nozzles are all top-of-the-range and make life easier in all sorts of industries including electronics, flooring, roofing and much more.
This guide looks at all the most popular STEINEL heat gun nozzles.
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Monday, 23 October 2017 14:11:30 Europe/London
Neoprene is the first successful synthetic rubber. Created and commercialised by the American chemical conglomerate DuPont, Neoprene is used widely in industrial, electronic and household applications.
The general-purpose rubber has several advantages over natural rubber, but its high cost restricts its use to some very specific applications.
Here, we investigate the development of the man-made material and drill into some of the properties and ap... READ MORE
Friday, 13 October 2017 11:30:38 Europe/London
If it is worth doing then it is worth doing well.
Engineers, electricians and tinkerers all know the satisfaction of perfectly fitting a piece of heat shrink. When your substrate fits snugly inside its heat shrink casing and there are no bumps or grooves along the length of the tube, the private sense of pride can improve your mood remarkably.
Whether you are an expert applicator or a relative novice, this guide will help you brush up on your skil... READ MORE
Monday, 25 September 2017 09:16:57 Europe/London
Designed as a prequel to the superhero blockbuster, Man of Steel, writers and producers have been hard at work developing this new television series, Krypton. Set on the alien planet of the same name, one team that have had to give their utmost during development is the set design team, tasked with developing an ancient yet futuristic culture based on the hit film.Read More... READ MORE