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This convenient small study buddy helped me pass the exam yesterday! I to make batter and unblock all 600 questions, and it was totally worth it. Questions on the application are in related format to the actual exam. I like that the questions give you answers right away with the quizzes, and reminder to complete the question of the day keeps you on track. Amazing luck!
This application does not use real CMP questions. I did not know that and relied heavily on this to study. Took the exam Friday and missed passing by 3 questions. Read the CIC books and search a study group. Do not rely on this app. Now I have to another $400 to try and for a boot camp. Should have done that to start with instead of the app.
Amazing for using any time you have a few mins to study. Helps me work on domains where I'm the weakest. Flagging missed questions & respond explanations are worth buying the app. Prompt answer from Application Help when I had a problem. It helped me pass the 2016 CMP exam :-)
Would try after studying each chapter to support with retention. I passed my CMP exam today and this application really helped! Loved that you could see where the answers were in the textbook so if you got something wrong, you knew right where to search the section you required to review.
Like amazing pest control there are some things really worth paying for. This series of wargames is one of those things. I play this on my Note 3 and it works very well. All these android games really need are the sounds of dice being rolled and thrown. Ty for making the scenarios longer. Is there a forum where these android games are discussed regularly?
As it was a boneheaded plan by Montgomery at the outset and realities on the ground doomed the thing at the outset. Which is realistically depicted here and, thus,makes for an unbeatable game. Crete would have been a far more appealing Airborne campaign. But expertly executed as always by Tiller et all. Fun enough for the hopeful I suppose, but a couple scenarios notwithstanding I can't victory anything here.
Of all the pzc titles, this campaign is the least that I liked. The only reason I gave 2 stars is it features the 10ss div. But even so, it's very disappointing. In fact, I want I could obtain a refund. As the title suggests, the android game should have been more dedicated to the panzer troops. This one appears to be more like a british campaigns or allied campaigns or something
Failed after 10 months, though it had help: The pressure gauge on our filter failed, showing a low pressure when it was actually very high, high enough that the Intelliflo pump was able to crack the smaller-diameter, dull-gray half of the union right in half, squeezing out the rubber ring and water everywhere. When I tried to unscrew the defective part, it sheered off completely right at the level of the pump inlet. (The material has a little fraction of the strength of PVC.)Removing the embedded dull-gray ring was easier than I expected. The material is soft, and I was able to chop through it very easily using a Dremel with a saw blade attachment, taking care not to saw to deeply. After forming two parallel cuts, I was able to use a hammer and screwdriver to push the loosened tab of material inward, away from the threads. (At this point, the softness of the dull-gray material became a distinct advantage.) After that one strip of material was removed, it was very simple to remove the rest of it.I've now ordered another pair of the same unions. This time, I will be less trusting of the filter pressure gauge, plus I will have the second union "in stock" should I have to replace another so I don't have to wait a week or more for it to arrive. Meanwhile, I'm going to find for a better solution.
After using for a year it's time to replace the inlet connector aka union aka coupling (this item). I use it with a Pentair Intelliflow 3HP which I suppose is the cause of the failure. The basket lid on the Pentair is so hard to turn I have to use a 3 lb. mallet hammer on it to loosen and tighten, even with the O-ring greased with silicone grease. So at about 6 months an air leak started which affected the spa pressure to the point of not being able to use it. The root cause was the Pentair pump had settled about 1/8" probably from the vibration from the hammering. The settling was enough to throw off the intake union enough to break the seal allowing air to be sucked in. I'd suspected the leak might be the intake union so I disassembled it several times. Unfortunately, since I did not know the torque requirement and limit for this union I over-tightened and stripped some threads before identifying the pump settling as the root cause. I'd had to tighten the output coupling at first install and probably set it to 40+ ft. lbs torque to stop the g Tip: Use Silicone Grease on all gaskets and threads during installation. This lowers the torque needed to create a amazing seal. The black threaded portion is polycarbonate plastic and the threads aren't as thick as the larger PVC coupling (the one on the left).So now I've shimmed the pump to be level with the inlet line and have ordered a set of these. One to replace the damaged one and one as a spare.
I bought a replacement pump for my pool filter and installed it myself. Luckily, Amazon 'bundled' these unions when I was buying the pump. PVC cement these to the I/O pipes (cut to length) and use a plumbers adjustable strap wrench to tighten them. Worked amazing with no leaks.
Purchased these along with the ones sold individually to compare side by side. The seals on these look a @#$%!&eaper, they are shaped differently and the unions themselves are thinner, the plastic seems to be thinner gauge plastic as well. I ended up going with the ones sold individually (2in Union Skt (socket) x MIP (Male Threaded Pipe) - CPVC) since those seals seemed better, and they were more robust That's not to say that these won't work fine, just saying what I ended up doing.
I have rerun the plumbing to my pump twice because the threads are a small bit worn down at the pump outlet. Because they are already worn down the constant pressure seems to just eat away at the thread tape over time and I have already replaced the threaded connector twice before I finally found this guy from watching a bunch of pool maintenance videos. This thing works like a charm, it relies on a rubber seal that comes with this high temperature union to seal off the connection as kind of a secondary precaution to the threads. Finished the season off with it with no issues where the other connections were leaking within a few weeks.
These work amazing with a Pentair WhisperFlo Pump Volute. They are longer in length than the original fittings so I chop the existing pipe right versus the older "glued" fittings then these slide straight onto the remaining 2" pipe. Next screw the black end into the volute, carefully line up the two halves, tag the position then glue the white fitting onto your pipe. Finally tighten up the center screw fitting. There are no leaks and now the pump unit can easily be remove/replaced.
As a pool pro these are a amazing concept. But these break very easily even if not over tightened... plastic... believe me iv mentioned this a lot of times to the reps for CMP and sure they send me fresh one but those break to. Better off with regular threaded males from lowes
I used these unions not only on the pump, but also on the multiport backwash valve for my DE filter. They’re amazing because they are compact, save space, cleaner than individual unions and separate fittings generally used for this application. I’m very happy with they’re fit.