Rockwell

25 Apr 19
Last10K

Rockwell Automation Inc (ROK) SEC Filing 8-K Material Event for the period ending Thursday, April 25, 2019

25 Apr 19
Z Séries Online

Fosse Verdon O cineasta e coreógrafo (Sam Rockwell) Bob Fosse e Gwen Verdon (Michelle Williams), uma das melhores dançarinas da história da Broadway. Os dois tiveram um casamento marcado pela parceria de trabalho que mudou a história da artes cênicas. Fosse Verdon

25 Apr 19
SysGalaxy Market Research

Global Residual Current Circuit Breakers (RCCB) Market report highlights the key features of the market in terms of periodic data, present market conditions, market needs along with a detailed examination of the key players involved in the market.Residual Current Circuit Breakers (RCCB) The business report also offers vital aspects related with Residual Current Circuit Breakers (RCCB) market […]

25 Apr 19
SysGalaxy Market Research

Global Industrial Wireless Sensors Market report highlights the key features of the market in terms of periodic data, present market conditions, market needs along with a detailed examination of the key players involved in the market.Industrial Wireless Sensors The business report also offers vital aspects related with Industrial Wireless Sensors market and perform as a mandatory tool […]

25 Apr 19
SysGalaxy Market Research

Global Overload Relays Market report highlights the key features of the market in terms of periodic data, present market conditions, market needs along with a detailed examination of the key players involved in the market.Overload Relays The business report also offers vital aspects related with Overload Relays market and perform as a mandatory tool to industries active […]

25 Apr 19
Séries na Web

Fosse Verdon O cineasta e coreógrafo (Sam Rockwell) Bob Fosse e Gwen Verdon (Michelle Williams), uma das melhores dançarinas da história da Broadway. Os dois tiveram um casamento marcado pela parceria de trabalho que mudou a história da artes cênicas. Fosse Verdon

25 Apr 19
industry reports

Industrial control transformers provide step-down voltages to machine tool control devices. It also provides good voltage regulation and designed to provide a high degree of secondary voltage stability during a brief period of overload condition. These transformers are especially designed for industrial applications that require relays, solenoids, and other electromagnetic devices. Industrial control transformers are […]

25 Apr 19
SysGalaxy Market Research

Global Aircraft Wire and Cable Market report highlights the key features of the market in terms of periodic data, present market conditions, market needs along with a detailed examination of the key players involved in the market.Aircraft Wire and Cable The business report also offers vital aspects related with Aircraft Wire and Cable market and perform as […]

25 Apr 19
Facts and Trends

Major players operating in the global low voltage protection and control market include ABB Ltd, Eaton Corporation Plc., Fuji Electric co. ltd, Hitachi Ltd., Mitsubishi Motors, Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Siemens AG, Yaskawa Corporation, CHINT Group, WEG SA, Legrand, Toshiba Corporation, and Emerson Electric Co. Irregularity in voltage is a major concern faced by industry and home […]

25 Apr 19
Marketreports

“The Turbine Control System market report is a complete research on the current state of the Turbine Control System market with a focus on the regional market. This report presents the global Turbine Control System market size (value, production, and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2013-2018 and forecast to ‘2025’), by manufacturers, region, type, and application. This […]

25 Apr 19
Market Research Nest

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Marine Generators Market Insights, Forecast to 2025” new report to its research database. The report spread across 118 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. The Marine Generators market was valued at Million US$ in 2018 and is projected to reach Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of during the […]

25 Apr 19
Metro
  Spring is here and it’s time to get outside again! And, seeing as the days are getting longer and warmer, that means we get to spend more time in our gardens. But don’t worry if your outdoor space has taken a hammering over winter, now is the time to get cracking and make it inviting again. From creating a seating area for alfresco gatherings to growing herbs and fruit, there’s limitless ways to make your outside area work wonders for you. And if, like us, you’re fed up of buying bagged salad and letting it go to mulch in your fridge – why not grow your own? It’s a simple pleasure that anyone can quickly get the hang of – and takes food from your garden to the table in a matter of months. It’s also the perfect way to do your bit for the environment by reducing wastage – and with B&Q, there’s so many ways to help make your garden become more eco-friendly (and they’re wallet-friendly, too!)  So, here’s a few simple tips on how you can go ‘greener’ over a weekend… Get in the zone The best way to start planning your new ‘greener’ garden is to get into the zone – literally. Divide your space into different areas by splitting the garden up in the way you want to use it. Create one part for socialising and barbecues and perhaps another for growing your own produce. Now this might sound a little intimidating, but it can be done in any sized space. Whether it’s a balcony where you grow your own tomatoes and basil or a larger space where you sow an array of seasonal vegetables, any plot can be utilised with a little bit of vision. Once you have organised your areas, protect your outdoor oasis with B&Q’s Neva modular fencing and screening range. Whether it’s for privacy or to simply mark out different zones, Neva’s modular design is simple to use and is made of hard-wearing materials to weather the elements. Even better, the range is specially designed so that it’s easy to assemble while not compromising on style, making it easier to turn your outdoor space into one you love in no time. B&Q’s Neva modular fencing and screening is stylish and easy to assemble – and will help you zone your outside space Grow your own Even if you’ve got a tiny garden, that doesn’t mean you can’t grow your own fruit and veg – you’ve just got to get creative! Introducing the Kitchen garden range from B&Q which will help reduce your wastage and save you some cash by picking your own produce when you need it. You can use hanging baskets like the Gardman classic black hanging basket, £6 at B&Q for the likes of strawberries and trailing tomato plants to take up less space. You can also use a standard pot or planter to grow edibles, with different shapes recommended depending on what’s on your menu. If the space allows, consider a ladder planter, which is great for herbs and small pots. To help protect your crops from bugs use the handy Large verve grow mesh tunnel, £30 at B&Q. The Garden kitchen range from B&Q is perfect for dedicating a space to grow your own Get planting If you want to nurture a garden that’s a magnet for wildlife, there’s plenty you can do in a space that’s big or small. Fill your beds, borders or plant pots with vibrant beauties such as bizzie lizzies, delphiniums and poppies. You can find a great range available in your local B&Q store. Fill your beds, borders or plant pots with vibrant beauties such as bizzie lizzies, delphiniums, poppies, dianthus and dahlias and you will find a great range available in your local B&Q store. If you have the room for a veg patch, plant rows of beetroot, salad leaves and spring onions – all perfect for using in summer salads to accompany your barbecued feasts. If you don’t have much space, plant aromatic herbs such as mint, parsley and coriander – all delicious added to dishes or in marinades for meat or veggie kebabs on the grill. Bizzie lizzies add instant colour to pots and borders, B&Q has a great range of hardy plants available in store Busy bees There’s been a lot of buzz about the declining habitat of bees over the last few years, so ensuring your outside space – no matter the size – is a haven for them is hugely important, especially as they help pollinate over a third of the plants we use as food. Consider picking a flowering plant for each season as bees don’t hibernate, they just become less busy – so make your garden the place to bee on a sunny day by packing it with the likes of lavender, ceanothus, hebe and even raspberries. You can plant them in pots, in your borders or on your balcony and B&Q have an amazing guide on what size, materials and tools you need to perfect your pot plants here. Or, how about building your very own bee B&B? The Nature’s haven brown insect house, £13.68 at B&Q provides a cosy snug for bees and other insects like ladybirds. If attracting wildlife to your outside space is important to you, white and paler coloured plants are said to attract nocturnal insects such as moths, which then in turn lure in bats. Lavender is a great way of pleasing pollinating bees in your outside space Go natural As a nation, we’re becoming more conscious about the chemicals that we use around food. Look at the labels on fertilisers and plant food as some can be harmful to animals. B&Q has its own Safe by Nature range, which is made from 100% organic ingredients. However, there are some creepy-crawlies that you won’t want to put the welcome mat out for; slugs and snails will happily devour your plants and flowers, but be mindful of the pesticides that you’re using as toxic chemicals could have a wider impact and harm wildlife like hedgehogs, butterflies and bees. Try sticking the Verve copper slug & snail tape, £3 at B&Q around your precious plants to naturally keep hungry pests away. Use B&Q’s Safe By Nature range to help keep pests away with toxic chemicals Composting Use your food waste for good by turning it into a compost heap. Collecting your old tea bags, coffee grounds and vegetable peels in an area in your garden will also help encourage wildlife and also works great as a natural fertiliser. If you have a large space you might want to leave this uncovered, or to speed up the process, you can use a compost bin – just make sure you turn it over regularly. For more information on how to compost, click here. Light it up Make the most of your garden even if the sun’s gone down by picking the right lights. Illuminate your seating area for those leisurely gatherings outside with solar-powered bulbs, so whether you’re searching for string lights, lanterns or wall fixtures, you can always make choices for your home. An easy and stylish addition that will brighten up any garden are the Blooma aurora multicolour LED stake light 6 pack, £17 at B&Q, which are super simple to install. Kick back and relax Now your own wildlife sanctuary is all sorted, it’s time for you to enjoy it too by creating a comfortable seating area where you can kick back and relax and enjoy the fruits of your labour. Create a calm and inviting oasis for you and your loved ones by picking the ideal seating for your needs. The chic and comfortable Maevea rattan effect coffee set, £527 at B&Q is ideal for catering to larger groups – or if food is on the menu try the Denia 4 seater dining set, £182 at B&Q, which is perfect for cosy alfresco suppers. No outside feast would be worth its salt without a sizzling barbecue as its focal point. Make the most of your crops by firing up the perfectly sized 200 Rockwell charcoal barbecue, £83 at B&Q – which happily caters for eight people. Can you think of a more satisfying way to celebrate your newly ‘green’ garden than with a sizzlingly delicious evening grill? Choose something stylish for your seating area like the Denia 4 seater dining set, £182 at B&Q
25 Apr 19
Saddlebagsally

Talon’s World – Kid does whatever it takes to ride his dirt bike! Great video of Talon putting in laps on his new sand track! He is focused and determined to get better and faster everyday he gets a chance to ride. Splitting time between Jackson Minnesota with his mom ans step dad and time […]

25 Apr 19
InfoSec Industry

A serious flaw in some of Rockwell Automation’s MicroLogix and CompactLogix PLCs can be exploited by a remote attacker to redirect users to malicious websites. Some of Rockwell Automation’s MicroLogix and CompactLogix PLCs are affected by a serious vulnerability can be exploited by a remote attacker to redirect users to malicious websites. The vulnerabilyt was […]