Manufactur standard Bugle Head Philip Drywall Screw for Gypsum Board Manufacturer in Slovakia

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 Bugle Head Philip Drywall Screw for Gypsum Board Manufacturer in Slovakia

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    Table of Contents:
    0:00 – 2:16 : intro
    2:16 – 4:00 : your fastener holes
    4:00 – 7:32 : turning pipe into eave trough
    7:32 – 10:41 : Making some decent fascia protecting flashing without exposed fasteners
    10:41 – 12:53 : Some gutter mounting options
    12:53 – 13:48 : some downspout options
    13:48 – end : silly stuff: crown victoria test and bullet test.

    Basic operations:
    Find your roof area and rainfall to see what size gutters/downspouts are appropriate:

    http://northclad.com/gutter-sizing-calculator/

    (if you don’t live in the USA, then get peak storm data for your area and compare it to and try to find a suitable comparison within the tool)
    Check on craigslist for scrap stainless pipe. Left over from industrial operations and food production facilities, they might be a bit hard to come by. You might consider using SearchTempest and planning a little vacation while towing your trailer to an alternate city.
    Use a diamond blade, aluminum oxide blade, high temperature gas-fed cutting torch, or plasma cutter to cut your pipes in half to create “half-round” objects. Blast holes in your pipe in intervals of at least every two feet to allow for expansion and contraction without putting significant tension on your stainless steel screws/bolts/washers.
    Search for Coefficient of Lineal Thermal Expansion [your material] in a search engine.
    You might just check this table: http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/linear-expansion-coefficients-d_95.html
    Consider potential temperature changes for your material in your thermal environment and consider the potential effect of direct sunlight against the surface of your gutter material and how it might affect the maximum temperature.
    Consider Ebay for sourcing these fasteners. Fasten at LEAST every 2 feet. The heavier your gutter and the more water it needs to carry, the more fasteners.
    If your pipes are too short, weld sections together. If welding without shielding gas, provide adequate overlap for strength increase and leak reduction. If not using shielding gas, consider protecting gaps in between the two pipe joints with a sheet of stainless steel, bent as a cover, welded to the pipe.
    If you’re a one man gutter crew, you might need to find scrap stainless and fashion some gutter hangers.
    Snap a string line along the fascia at an angle of your choice.
    Place any gutter hangers along this string line.
    Fasten the gutter to the fascia board/material in line with the chalk line.
    Develop a catch mechanism which directs all water into a downspout.
    Make your downspout out of whatever you can find. It’s best if the interior of the spout is smooth, and the downspout has significant angle. If you have debris, consider picking up a bit of stainless screen and placing it before the opening to the downspout so that larger debris will not clog your pipe.
    Consider using pieces of gutter in the dirt to direct your water farther away from the structure before saturating into the ground.
    Maybe fire a few rounds of ammunition at your gutters for good measure.

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