Muito triste ver os mesmos casos se repetindo no Brasil! Com tantas informações de cuidado e precauções as pessoas insistem em 🚫negligenciar as instalações elétricas! ⠀.
🛑 Além de economia, a Engenharia tem o papel de garantir a SEGURANÇA das pessoas nas edificações! É muito importante que estejam em conformidades com as NBR’s, NR’s e Normas das Concessionárias para evitar os acidentes.
💡ATENÇÃO: ✅ Fiação bem dimensionada;
✅ Disjuntores assegurando a proteção;
✅ DR para proteção de áreas molhadas;
✅ Aterramento na edificação;
✅ DPS para conter a descargas atmosféricas;
✳️ e mais todo devido o estudo de engenharia elétrica;
Evite expor sua edificação a riscos!! ⠀
Had the best eel of my life 3 yrs ago when I went to Nagoya and I wanted to share the same experience with Joe, but we didn’t have time. Though Nara is majorly known for their deer park, I read that some restaurants specializes in eel. And what’s better way to eat that than one of Japan’s finest meat - Kobe! (Sliced and perfectly grilled over an iron plate that left some of its juices over the rice - not pictured unfortunately). So tender and juicy that you could slice it even more into smaller pieces using your chopsticks! Exceptionally delicious! #nara#japan#narajapan#eel#hitsumabushi#kobebeef#traveltoeat#foodies
The third Wednesday in October is Hagfish Day! Today we celebrate this animal, which isn't quite fish, isn't quite invertebrate, but holy cow, does it make a lot of slime. So much slime, in fact, that it can choke its predators' gills. Air breathers, like seals, turtles and others, though, consider the slime to be a slick alfredo sauce coating the yummy protein!
Speaking of yummy protein, people in Asia think hagfish are so delicious that they overfished their stock. A fishery opened in Oregon to sate the slimy appetite. One day in the summer of 2017, a truckload of hagfish dumped out on the 101 Freeway! This caused a backup on the road for miles—traffic that I was caught in—on my way to the Oregon Coast Aquarium, where I looked in their tiny tank of hagfish. Little did I know that they were sprawled out all over the freeway I was just on!
Here's to you, slime eel!
And if you're wondering, Hagfish Day was started by the WhaleTimes.org. Here's what their website says: “Sometimes it seems as if ecological causes are popularity contests that exclude the less attractive and less well-known, though equally vulnerable, creatures,” said WhaleTimes Director Ruth Musgrave. “There are species in peril that kids never hear about.”