) perfect adds life to otherwise dead pads UPC 010315346069 , 788021713030 , 593159190130 , 728795136109 , 885437746383 UNSPSC Code 42251616 Posted on September 18, 2019Author Nathalie DuboisCategories UncategorizedTags Tensive Number of Items 1 Brand Name Tensive so I am very pleased with it Bought this for my cleo ii as the pads do not stick well and i read online that people buy this gel to prolong the life. Well they certainly stuck to my face last night. Did not come with any written instructions though. A bit messy trying to get it off my face but when i read about it online afterwards it will come off with soap and water. So take them off, wash your face and hey presto job done. Definitely buy as it is so frustrating sitting there having pads fall off your face and it will save you loads of money buying new ones. This gel is absolutely great to prolong the life of face pads for those beauty gadgets that require replacement pads. Using this gel will prolong the life of the pads for weeks saving you money. The tube lasts for ages as all you need is a little bit. This gel does a wonderful job restoring electrode pads. It is also extremely sticky and requires very, very little to be used. It does require a cleaning agent be used on the patient to remove excess gel. Really improves the tens machine experience. I use a zeo sleep clock (discontinued) with disposable ambu blue p electrodes (the original headbands are no longer available). The electrodes last for about 5 nights, using hypafix tape after a couple of nights; applying tensive (as little as possible to center of electrode immediately before first use; spread with finger; wash forehead with water and soap after removal) gets another 4-5 nights. Makes the pads last so much longer and as u just need a tiny amount even 1 tube lasts ages i bought 2 tubes but wont be needing to use the second for a long time. Wow-works wonders for my Cleo Q! Works a treat and sticks very well. Got what i was looking for finally. Just a little dab on each pad does wonders. I have a cleo q and was struggling to keep the pads stuck to my face and they weren’t conducting very well because my skin is so dry. I got this and now i don’t need to tape the pads on and conduct really well so i don’t have to turn the machine up so well. This product solves the problem that many cleo users seem to have had with non sticky pads, so when combined with this, the cleo q is great. The gel is very gooey and gummy and sticks to your face afterwards but it does come off if you rub it and the hassle is a small price to pay for the huge performance boost it gives to my cleo. This sure does stock the pads to your skin. 🙂 perfect adds life to otherwise dead pads, just sticks to everything else too, and if you have arms/legs that are particularly hairy (which mine are not really ) then it hurts, secret is just use a tiny amount for perfect results. I bought this to put on the contact pads for my facial exerciser machine. I had stopped using it because the gel on the pads only lasted for a few days, then the pads kept falling off. This gel is much more effective, enabling me to start using the machine again, so i am very pleased with it. Sometimes the gel remains stuck to my skin after taking the pads off, i rub coconut oil into the gel (probably any oil will do) and eventually the gel will come off. Sometimes you have to keep massaging the oil in for a minute or two tho. But its’a small price to pay to enable me to continue with my machine. A tiny bit is all that is needed, as i discovered the first time i tried it, otherwise one has to peel the excess glue from one’s skin. As others have said, it extends the life of the pads considerably. Model Number 081574482 Specifications for this item Ean 0728795136109 , 0885437746383 , 0010315346069 , 0788021713030 , 0593159190130 Part Number 081574482 SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2019-09-18 04:42:58Reviewed Item Tensive Parker Labs Conductive Adhesive Gel, 50 GramRating 4.1 / 5 stars, based on 19 reviews See more product details
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Alan BruglerDTN Contributing AnalystUSDA rolled out another crop production report Thursday, Sept. 12, with the companion World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE). Unlike the two most recent editions, this report was a lot closer to trade expectations, generally going in the same direction. Estimated planted and harvested acres were left unchanged from last month. There are still questions about whether permitting corn to be grown as a cover crop will result in a higher abandonment/silage number, resulting in fewer acres harvested for grain. National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) indicated that it might not resolve that question until after the big post-harvest farmer survey in December. Producers are asked to specify silage acres in that survey, with results released in January on the mega report day.NASS cut projected national average corn and soybean yields, which most producers had argued was necessary. The average soy yield was reduced 0.6 bushels per acre (bpa) to 47.9 bpa. The average yield for corn was trimmed 1.3 bpa from last month to 168.2 bpa. Projected average corn yields were reduced from last month in 19 states, and increased in four. In the garden spot of the U.S. this year, the Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri yields were left unchanged from last month’s estimates. Now the fine-tuning begins. Out of the past 20 years, NASS has been too low on final yield in the September report 11 times and too high nine times. The average miss is 3.1% or 269 million bushels (mb). There are a number of ways to get from September to the final number, however.First, we have to remember the methodology NASS is using. The primary horse the analysts are riding is the farmer survey, with 9,624 completed surveys for this September report. NASS fills in the data holes from the farmer surveys with satellite data and with their own objective yield plots. There were 2,905 objective yield plots visited between Aug. 24 and Sept. 1. The satellites tell you what crop is there, and via Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) can give you some correlation between the image and historical yield. Where the satellite images pair up with ground observations, you can calibrate the satellite data. This is the area where most of the ag and weather industry satellite forecasts fall apart. They don’t have enough ground truth samples because they don’t do as many farmer surveys or objective yield plots. The latter is very important because they give you ear counts, ear girth and length that are nearly impossible to measure from a satellite no matter how good your camera is.Speaking of ear counts, they are down this year. Here are the September ear counts per acre for the 10 states tracked for this purpose. None of them have a record-high ear count, as late planting, poor soil conditions, compaction and other issues took a toll. Final ear counts are usually lower than the September number. Compare the Final 2018 to the Sept. 18 column for a general idea.Corn EarsPer AcreFinalFinalFinalFinalFinalFinalSeptSeptMax20132014201520162017201820182019IL301503010030800304503025031500315503030031550IN298503045029150292502885029750300002890030450IA295503015030850305003060030800311503025031150KS222002400023650224502265021700223502155024000MN308503095030450302503060030800308503005030950MO271002790026850271502785027300274002695027900NE257002620026700254002595026800271002585027100OH283002960029600296002915030300307502985030750SD253002445025750254502585028050281002645028100WI289502860028600287502855030450307002985030700Average2779528240282402792528030287452899528000This is the lowest ear count per acre since the 2012 drought. A quick and dirty, unweighted average for the 10 states puts the ear count at 28,000 in September, down 3.5% from last September. If ear weight was identical, you’d expect yield to be 3.5% smaller, i.e. 170.34 bpa. This is only from 10 states, and USDA is actually using something north of 28,100. National average ear weights can vary from a little over .31 pounds per ear to a bit over .36 pounds. Number of kernel rows, kernel depth and ear length all enter into that part of the equation.With the exception of 2018, final ear weights were higher than the one used in September. Since very few of the objective yield plots have been harvested and sent to the lab yet, the ear weight for 2019 is derived from the farmer survey/published yield and the ear count. Producers are basically saying the grain weight is going to be the lightest since 2014 due to smaller ears.To wrap up our little exercise, that yield number is still a moving target. Just about all the data we have at our disposal suggests a below-trend yield, but how much below is a question mark. The elephant in the room — the delayed maturity of the crop — suggests we still have considerable risk of a freeze hitting before all the crop makes it to black layer (maturity). That would hurt grain weight by stopping starch deposition.If something like that happens (the GFS and European models are in some disagreement right now) we also have to remember that it does not typically hit all states equally. If you get a 10% loss on a state that has 3% of U.S. production, that is only a .3% hit on U.S. production.It is a big deal if it is your corn, but otherwise not so much.Alan Brugler may be reached at [email protected](BE/BAS)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.
LONDON — Greek tennis player Alexandros Jakupovic has been banned from the sport for life for breaking rules on match-fixing.The Tennis Integrity Unit says that 34-year-old Jakupovic was found guilty of five charges under the sport’s anti-corruption program.Jakupovic, whose career-high ranking was No. 267 in 2008, played in two ATP challenger tournaments this season, losing both of his matches. He has career earnings of $116,707.Details of how Jakupovic broke the rules were not given.TweetPinShare0 Shares
zoom Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) has opened a shipyard pre-qualification process for the design, construction and delivery of up to eight vessels.Namely, the company, a subsidiary of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, said that the pre-qualification process is for three Very Large Gas Carriers (VLGC), one Very large Crude Carrier (VLCC) and four Medium Range (MR) tankers.KOTC informed that the VLCGs should have a volume of 82,000 to 84,000 m3 and a maximum length of 230 meters. The VLCC is to feature around 317,000 dwt, while the MRs should feature some 50,000 dwt.Shipyards interested in taking part in the process have been invited to register by filling in the applications and forms for the pre-qualification process, according to KOTC.Yards have until December 20 to submit their applications.
Related Items:bulgraries, ganja, police, stolen car Update: Women robbed while exercising (21 year old Arrested) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidencialles, 21 Aug 2015 – From a teenager arrested for alleged drug possession, to some headway in that eight man cutlass gang which robbed a man in Five Cays, to the ‘find’ of a stolen car, the execution of search warrants where suspected marijuana was seized and the arrest of a Middle Caicos resident for causing fear and fighting, the Police hand in another whopper of a crime report. Antonio Luciano, a 19 year old, will spend three months in prison for handling stolen goods, he entered a guilty plea and on both counts got the three months which will run concurrently. Three months suspended sentence, for 41 year old Rashaun Astwood too after also pleading guilty, but of drug possession. Three search warrants executed between 5pm and 8pm yesterday by the Tactical Unit of Police netted marijuana seizures in three different areas including Five Cays and Kew Town. No one was said to be arrested. A 17 year old of Five Cays in trouble for drug possession and handling stolen goods; that teen was arrested. A Bambara man was taken in too, he is 53 and the incident involving fighting and causing fear reportedly happened in North Caicos. Police say they are questioning a 32 year old man in connection to the cutlass wielding bandits who on Tuesday night robbed a 24 year old man of money after forcing him off the road in Five Cays. There is still no trace of that red car, so if you have information, please contact police immediately. The silver Honda Civic stolen in the Blue Hills robbery on Wednesday around 4am, was yesterday found near Club 2005 in the down town area. And overnight there were two burglaries; one in Kew Town where a cell phone was stolen; the other was a bigger hit to the home owner in an undisclosed area of Provo. The lady told police the thieves got away with expensive cell phones, laptop, jewelry including a Movado watch and gold chain. Police always need help in foiling crimes, you are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers where you do not have to reveal your identity at 1-800-8477. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force’s mission to combat abusive images of children online Police get wanted man; Magistrate Court back open
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Maicel Uibo, who had the good sense to marry our brilliant, beautiful sprint superstar is from Estonia. #MagneticMediaNews ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, Bahamas, February 10, 2017 – No honeymoon just yet for Olympian and Gold medalist, Shaunae Miller Uibo. Shaunae is headed to New York to defend her record in the women’s 300m at the Millrose Games set for tomorrow. Mrs Uibo said she is happy to get back to her professional athletics career and that her focus is to stay healthy, in fact, she believes that her health is key to us seeing even faster times from the champion. Practices are going well and the ambitious athlete says her goal is to be ready to do a double; 200m and 400m at the IAAF World Championships set for London in August. As for that honeymoon, it is delayed to September or October. Related Items:#magneticmedianews The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo