For fire safety there should be no heating cooling returns in what part of house?
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Start with age of the child ,and use age appropriate educational tools. . Common things that work are Stop, Drop, and Roll. . E.D.I.T.H. Exit Drills In The Home. Have two ways out -know your exits. Crawl low in smoke. Feel the door don't open it,. Schedule a visit to your daycare or school… with your local fire department. They are more than happy to come out and teach the children, do show and tell, and talk to them. your locasl engine company will visit you or you can schedule a visit to the firehouse where they can share fire safety programs with ages 3 to 12 and up.. Answer . Every day Americans experience the tragedy of fire. Each year more than 4,000 Americans die in fires and more than 25,000 are injured. Figures show that each year about 300 people are killed and $280 million in property is destroyed in fires attributed to children playing with fire.. The United States Fire Administration (USFA) encourages parents to teach children at an early age about the dangers of fireplay in an effort to prevent child injuries, fire deaths and firesetting behavior in the future. Below are some facts about children and fire safety.. Children under five are curious about fire. Often what begins as a natural exploration of the unknown can lead to tragedy.. Children of all ages set over 100,000 fires annually. Approximately 20,000 of those are set in homes.. Children make up 20% of all fire deaths.. Over 30% of the fires that kill children are set by children playing with fire.. At home, children usually play with fire in bedrooms, in closets and under beds.. These are "secret" places where there are a lot of things that catch fire easily.. Too often, child firesetters are not given proper guidance and supervision by parents and teachers. Consequently, they repeat their firesetting behavior.. Supervise young children closely. Do not leave them alone even for short periods of time.. Keep matches and lighters in a secured drawer or cabinet.. Have your children tell you when they find matches and lighters.. Check under beds and in closets for burned matches, evidence your child may be playing with fire.. Develop a home escape plan, practice it with your children and designate a meeting place outside.. Take the mystery out of fireplay by teaching children that it is a tool, not a toy.. Teach children the nature of fire. It is FAST, HOT, DARK and DEADLY!. Teach children not to hide from firefighters, but to get out quickly and call for help from another location.. Show children how to crawl low on the floor, below the smoke, to get out of the house and stay out in the case of fire.. Demonstrate how to stop, drop to the ground and roll if their clothes catch fire.. Install smoke alarms on every level in your home.. Familiarize children with the sound of your smoke alarm.. Test the smoke alarm each month and replace the battery at least once a year.. Replace the smoke alarm every ten years, or as recommended by the manufacturer.. Finally, having a working smoke alarm dramatically increases your chances of surviving a fire. And remember to practice a home escape plan frequently with your family.. The United States Fire Administration Office of Fire Management Programs 16825 South Seton Avenue Emmitsburg, MD 21727 (MORE)
If you shut off the AC when you are gone from the house does it cost more to cool the house back to the right temperature when you return?
With air conditioning systems, the equipment runs at peak efficiency when it operates for long periods. Cooling your house back to the comfortable temperature will use less electricity than the unit would use cycling on and off for short periods to maintain the set temperature. If your house takes t…oo long to get back to a comfortable temperature, you might investigate getting a programmable thermostat, and set it to start heating or cooling your house an hour or so before you return. You could also set the thermostat back, to a lower temperature for heating, or a higher one for cooling, while you are gone, rather than turning it off completely. [From The Home Energy Saver a webpage from the Berkeley Lab website.] WE WILL BE RELOCATING TO A NEW JOB OUT OF STATE...WE LIVE IN FRISCO TX..WE WILL BE GONE FOR A YEAR..SHOULD I TURN OFF THE ELECTRIC AND GAS OR SHOULD I LEAVE THE AC RUNNING AT 82 LETS SAY ...THE HOME WILL BE FURNISHED THANKS JERRY (MORE)
Answer . It is not always the case that cooling is more expensive than heating. It depends on the type of system you have and your utility rates. It also varies based on your location. You can find out the most cost effective way to heat and/or cool your home with an advanced load calculation. Th…en you can decide what type of equipment to use. (MORE)
Answer . Can. Answer . Can any animals such as mice, chimpmunks, squirrels get into your chimney or any othe vent opening? Occasionally these things find a way in, usually down the chimney, get trapped and die. Other possibilities include a pet consistiently urnating by a register or return g…rill, or standing or stagnet water that has been spiled or leeched in and created some variety of mold.. If possible check you chimney where it meets the exhaust from your furnace or gas water heater, remove your air filter and inspect as much visually and scent to determine the area.. You can try putting an air freshner (like the ones for cars). If all else fails call a chimney sweep or heating/cooling shop. (MORE)
Activate the fire alarm, close doors, extinguish fire when possible, follow the evacuation plan and evacuate. First of all, keep calm. second try to keep the children calm and take them out of the building on a steady pace
Jan 19, which is a Monday. I believe that's why they took the break, to transition from Tue. to Mon.
Fire Safety is the paperback edition of the book by Home Office and Health & Safety Executive published by Stationery Office Books on December 31, 1998
the outside is cooler becase the sun is millions of miles away from us. it cant possibly heat up the whole planet. as you go deeper in the earth it will get warmer because the core will beheating the material besides the crust
A safety house is a house that children can go to if they are lost or in danger. Not all towns have safety houses. A safety house will have a special sign on it. When a child goes to a safety house the people their will help the child. The people who live in safety houses are usually elderly people …who are home most of the time and have been approved by local police to be a safety house. (MORE)
The answer is garages.. Most codes provide many specific clauses for many specific areas for such reasons. It has been my experience that no heating & cooling returns or inlets attached to hazards areas or waste exposure to any normal occupancy type are shared with a common system.. They often …can have independent systems, unique to them only and with special safety provisions employed such as fire dampers and chemical sensory shut down devices to close them down and isolate them from harms way.. Wiring codes have lots to say in these regards. Read them. Interesting! (MORE)
The safety symbol for fire safety is usually a little fire. This isto show that a substance is flammable for example.
Get to the nearest exit as quickly as possible and do not re-enter the house - account for all family members but DO NOT RE-ENTER THE HOME TO LOOK FOR A PET - call 9-1-1 - if the house is not too involved get your vehicle away from the home - BUT DO NOT RE-ENTER THE GARAGE TO DO THIS. Maintain your …family members is a small group so that you can keep an eye on them and control children who may wish to run back inside for a favorite toy or a pet. (MORE)
die jkjk get the heck out of it and go as far away from it as you can the use a phone to call 911
If your talking about it physically , then no it's obviously not cool, but visually it is. ok this is another random person speaking blah
im think it has something to do with the carbon monoxide because the charcoal will release it... just installl a fire place or something if you can
It varies from zone to zone depending on what your particular climate is. Most utility companies in the southeast quote around 56%.
Heating the test tube just below the meniscus helps prevent bumping. Bumping is what happens when you form a pocket of vapor under a layer of liquid. The result would be the liquid splurshing (technical term) out of the tube. If you heat it at the top, the bubbles will escape without splashing an…d the heat will slowly spread throughout the entire liquid. The tubes' design facilitates heat convection so there's little worry of heating the fluid unevenly. (MORE)
be aware of where the marked fire exits are.....and possibly note locations of fire extinguishers...
If we were to assume that the house doesn't have a "library", the next most quiet part of the house should be the bedrooms. Uninterrupted sleep is important. If the home has a library or a "home office", either of these should be the quietest locations in the home.
it depends on your age, early scouts like me should do fire safety first than American business
Yes, because it saves quite a lot of money, plus you don't need the heat because you're not wandering around the house at night. You just sleep with blankets.
You should have an HVAC company perform a Manual J load calculation done on your home. for the best sizing . The old way here in the south USA dictates 3.5 tons cooling served most homes from 1500-1700 sq ft. depending on variables. BE CERTAIN get the Manual J calc. for best results. Tom H. ,HVA…C professional, New Orleans. (MORE)
STOP DROP AND ROLL! Let it burn down your house you can always by a new upgraded one!
This depends on the quality of the home's insulation, the method used for heating (oil, gas, electric), the length of time them home is expected to be empty, the outside temperature, and many other variables, including the current price of the energy used. Generally, in a home where a person leav…es for work and returns daily (the usual situation for most heating systems), it is best to leave the heat at a single setting. Alternately, if one's home is equipped with a programmable thermostat (currently federal law for new installations), it can be beneficial to program a small dip in temperature during specific periods of time when the house will be unoccupied. The thinking behind this is that it is more efficient to maintain the house at a single temperature, than to repeatedly re-heat the entire house. The lower the outside temperature, the more this is the case. In sub-zero temperatures, it would take an incredible amount of energy to allow the indoor temperature to freefall during the day, and then reheat the whole house every night. This would result not only in higher heating costs, but increased wear and tear on the heating hardware itself. In warmer temperatures, this is less so. If leaving for an extended absence, such as in the case of a vacation longer than a few days, or seasonal absence, then the heat should definitely be left off. However, be aware of freezing-related damage that may occur within the home. Without any internal heating, you might encounter problems that would normally not be an issue, such as plumbing damage from water freezing in the pipes, etc. The longer the absence, the more energy and money will be saved by turning off the heat. Air conditioning is another story. High humidity (which is also corrected by A/C systems) can damage paint, drywall, wallpaper, electronics, etc. (MORE)
Yes, there are "types of safety" for just about anything dangerous that people perform while at jobs or while on public ways or in places open to the public. For instance, there are: highway safety for the roads and passenger safety in airplanes; "occupational safety" or industrial safety (OSHA a…nd similar rules elsewhere); scientific laboratory safety; school safety; construction safety; public safety (police, lifeguards, firefighters, EMS, etc); etc. (MORE)
On the vents closest to the main unit it should read around the same temperature that the thermostat is set to after its been running and then as the venting increases the temperature should be less, between 2 to 10 degrees different depending on how well the ducting is in the attic........
Return on investment is the amount of profit on the invested money after deducting taxes, safety of investment is the risk factor involved in the investment. Such as risk is high safety of investment is less.
Either heat stroke (the more serious condition) or heat exhaustion (potentially a precursor to heat stroke) may be treated with cool packs. --- Heat exhaustion (aka heat stress) is hyperthermia (overheating) brought on by dehydration (excessive water loss). It can be initiated by hot enviro…nmental temperatures, or limited fluids, or inadequate salt intake. Treatment for heat exhaustion includes: . moving the victim to cooler, shaded location . loosen/remove clothing . apply ice packs: neck, groin, armpits . drink 1-2 quarts of fluids Contraindicated are old treatments which included alcohol bath/rub and administering salt tablets. (MORE)
He returnes a book to beatty then he sits down and plays card with the otheres then they all responed to an alarm call.
because on the none safety flame you get bigger burns, on the safety flame it isn't as strong
Burning charcoal gives off carbon monoxide, which is poisonous. If you burn charcoal inside your house, it could kill you.
You don't have to turn off the central heating when you use the wood stove; however, it would be prudent to turn the thermostat down to about 60 degrees f but not under 50 f, to back up your wood stove when the stove runs out of wood at 4 in the morning.
The easiest way to build a tree house with heating and cooling, is to build the tree house completely sealed, (By building the structure really tightly and then coating it with something that's air proof.) and then get the tree-house access to electricity and an air-conditioner. If you cannot do tha…t, than build it in a high place and keep it shut in the winter and open in the summer. (MORE)
Stay hydrated. Wear light colored, loose clothing- cotton or a fiber that will wick up perspiration to help it evaporate, avoid direct sunlight where possible.
Because of the tilt of the Sun in winter, the sun willstrike the south facing windows facing windows for most of theday.
There was, in fact, an EPA study that was done that concluded that geothermal heating and cooling is in fact the greenest way to heat and cool a house.
So you know how to safely get out of your house if there is a fire. Also, so that everyone ELSE knows that you are out of the house safely, and you won't have to risk the lives of firefighters frantically trying to find you inside.
Yes. Many of the foam insulations (including expanded polystyrene) are highly combustible, and may not be used except when installed under a fire resistive covering, such as drywall.
Both the Radiator at the front of the vehicle (on most vehicles) and the Heater Core in the HVAC housing in the dash are heat exchangers. Some vehicles may also have cooling system heat exchangers to cool the engine oil, transmission oil, or exhaust gas recirculation system.
no not a good idea you should never have a return in the bathroom or the kitchen the return will recirculate the smell through out the house bathrooms need an isolated vent this keeps the smell outside the house
It would take longer for the house to cool down because hot air can heat up the house faster
What safety feature prevents m9 service pistol from firing fully automatic when slide does not return?
An M9 pistol is not capable of automatic fire, in any form. The firing mechanism is not designed to fire a new round until the trigger is released and pulled again. That is, what is commonly called the "action" of the pistol needs the trigger to be pulled to release the firing pin after each round i…s fired. (MORE)
When keeping straw, or hay, or other flammable objects in a barn, take precautions for you and your animals safety-wise by having a fire extinguisher and a quick way to get out.
Water temperature from cooling tower outlet will be well below the dew point of the ambient air. Dew point is the temperature at which a portion of water in air (termed as humidity) condenses at constant barometric pressure. Higher humidity means the water return temperature will be higher.
20 degrees Celsius is 68 degrees Fahrenheit; but I like it cooler than that in the Winter.
If you mean how can you get fire that is of a cool temperature, then you can't. But if you mean how you can get fire that looks cool then just get a lighter, fire looks cool no matter what. If you are referring to something like an item from a game then you will have to be more specific. Thank you!
Prior to cleaning a heat exchanger, one should be sure to use hand, body, and eye protection. One should not conduct acid and bleach flushing simultaneously, as this produces a noxious gas which can be lethal if inhaled for an extended period of time.
A house fire can be caused by many different actions but the solution should be the same. The first priority is to be get out of the house. If it is a small fire, one can try to stop the fire.
I depends on the material the tube is made of, the source of heat, and the substance being heated.
Glendale Fire Department Safety House - 2006 was released on: USA: 4 March 2006 (Peoria Film Festival) USA: 25 March 2006