Should a Metal Roof be Installed Over Battens? – Metal Roofing 101 with Todd Miller

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Metal Roofing Chimney Flashing Kit DIY Video - Mid Maine Metal

A Do-it-yourself Video detailing step by step how to flash a chimney with our "Metal Roofing Chimney Kit"

RoofingFoil - WATCH THIS BEFORE you buy a METAL or TILE ROOF!!

If you're about to install a metal, tile or some type of slate roofing system that has a built-in air space, you have to install a radiant barrier! To find out why, watch this quick video. Ed shows how easy RoofingFoil is to install and what a big impact installing a radiant barrier in your new roof can make on both the comfort and effiency of your home or business.

Framing : OSB vs. Plywood - Whats the difference in COST AND PERFORMANCE

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10 Most Expensive Metals You Won't Believe Exist

10 Most Expensive Metals You Won't Believe Exist Subscribe: https://goo.gl/pEUx3f On the planet, there is a large number of various metals, differing in the rarity and complexity of extraction. Specialists of this field divide them into two groups: natural metals and metals artificially obtained in laboratory conditions. The cost of some representatives of the second group differs greatly from that of the natural metals present on the world market due to the long and laborious process of their manufacture. In this ranking, there are the thirteen most expensive metals in the world. It goes from the thirteen to the first place Indium is a valuable silvery-white metal from the group of light metals with high gloss. It was discovered in Germany in the chemical laboratory of scientists Ferdinand Reich and Theodor Richter, who studied zinc minerals from the mountains of Saxony, in 1863. It is a soft, fusible, and malleable metal, which can be easily cut with an ordinary knife. Indium does not form independent deposits and can be found in zinc, lead, copper, and tin ores. Several hundred tons of this metal are produced annually. Due to its unique properties, it is widely used in microelectronics, semiconductor engineering, and mechanical engineering. It is applied in the manufacture of mirrors, photocells, dental cements, and even in space technology, as well as a sealant. The price of 1 gram of indium is $0.5-0.7. Silver is one of the most popular precious metals known for a long time; it is found both in the native state, and in the form of compounds. It is used for coating mirrors, making jewelry and coins. It is actively used in electronics, dentistry, and photography; this metal has excellent electrical and thermal conductivity. The largest reserves of this metal are concentrated in Poland, China, Mexico, Chile, Australia, the USA, and Canada. The cost of 1 gram of silver is 0.55-1 cu. Ruthenium is a bright silver metal, characterized by refractoriness, hardness, and brittleness at the same time, the rarest of the platinum group. It was discovered in 1844 by Professor Karl Klaus, who did research at the University of Kazan. The characteristics of ruthenium make it a popular material in the jewelry, chemical, and electronics industries. It is used to make laboratory dishes, contact elements, electrodes, and wires. In Japan and Western Europe, a significant amount of ruthenium is used for the production of printed circuits and resistors, as well as chlorine and various alkalis. This metal is often used as a catalyst for a variety of chemical reactions. Its production is fully concentrated in South Africa. The cost of 1 gram of ruthenium is $1.5-2.

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