528 results for "prevent circuit board corrosion"

  1. Prevent circuit board corrosion

    Ed Sherman
    Jan 1, 2018

    There's a simple solution to preventing circuit board corrosion on your boat. …Read More

  2. Dehumidifiers: prevent damp on your boat

    Alex Smith
    Mar 20, 2013

    Damp is an enemy for any boat owner. Do compressor or dessicant dehumidifiers offer the best solution to prevent damp on your boat? …Read More

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  4. Sealing wood end-grain to prevent delamination

    Ed Sherman
    Jul 20, 2017

    It is definitely worth taking the time to seal the end grain of any plywood on your boat. Boatbuilders should all do it, but many do not. …Read More

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  7. Use a kill cord: prevent injury or death

    Gael Pawson
    May 17, 2013

    A timely reminder to use this everyday lifesaving device whenever driving a powerboat …Read More

  8. How to prevent plywood delamination: sealing exposed end-grain

    Ed Sherman
    Dec 11, 2013

    What should you do if you discover exposed end-grain amongst the plywood fittings on your boat? Ed Sherman answers an owner's question. …Read More

  9. How to cook on board: recipes to feed hungry sailors

    Claire Read
    Jul 17, 2012

    When you’re cooking aboard, what could be better than using the best of what the sea has to offer? Claire Read speaks to top chef Douglas Wright and gathers some top tips and three delicious recipes to try... …Read More

  10. Save power: managing on-board electrical consumption

    Rupert Holmes
    Jun 24, 2013

    Rupert Holmes takes a closer look at on-board electrical systems and how you can minimise consumption as well as maximise the power available to you …Read More

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  13. Marston's Brewery on board for Crick Boat Show

    May 1, 2012

    71ft Swift to deliver precious cargo of beer to the show …Read More

  14. Boat electrics: all about amperes

    Ed Sherman
    Apr 11, 2016

    Measuring current flow – or amperage – in a marine 12 volt DC circuit is a necessary skill for diagnosing electrical problems on board. …Read More

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