how far can u park your car away from the pipes where firefiger used to hook their hose from to prepare to get the fire away???
I used to work at a place that took old tires and recycled them by crumbling them up into what they called crumb rubber. There were a ton of uses for this product. The company name is Nebraska Rubber Innovations, Inc. You can get the product in loose crumb rubber or made into mats. Check it out.not sure it's what you're looking for, but worth a shot.
Just like an iron or a heater, the electric blanket converts electrical energy to heat energy. An electric blanket a is a blanket with an integrated electrical heating device. usually placed above the top bed sheet. Another variation of the electric blanket is the electric mattress pad, which is placed below the bottom bed sheet. Electric blankets usually have a control unit which adjusts the amount of heat the blanket produces. Blankets for larger sized beds often have separate controls for each side of the bed. The electric blanket may be used to pre-heat the bed before use or to keep the occupant warm while in bed. Safety Concerns Due to the combination of heat, electricity, the abundance of flammable bedding material, and a sleeping occupant, the use of electric blankets are of concern to fire safety officials internationally. Of primary concern are blankets that are older than 10 years and/or have been subject to damage, by creasing, flexing, fraying, or ordinary wear and tear. In the UK, it is estimated that 5,000 fires per year are caused by faulty electric blankets, of which 99% are believed to have been caused by blankets 10 years or older. Electric blankets also present a burn risk to those who cannot feel heat or are unable to react to it. Individuals included in this group are babies, small children, diabetics, and the elderly. Some individuals are concerned about electromagnetic radiation hazards produced by electrical appliances, including electric blankets