Converting bathtub to air jet tub

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The following is an extensive catalogue of the variants and specific unique elements of each variant and/or design stage of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress heavy bomber. For a broader article on the history of the B-17, see B-17 Flying Fortress .

The Boeing 299 was the original bomber design made by Boeing to fulfill a request by the United States Army Air Corps for a bomber capable of carrying 2,000 lb (907 kg) of bombs 2,000 mi (3,218 km) at 200 mph (322 km/h). In 1935, the Boeing 299 competed with several entries by other companies at an evaluation at Wright Field near Dayton, Ohio, USA.

On its flight from Seattle )Washington to Wright Field for the competition, the 299 set a nonstop speed record of 252 mph (406 km/h). Though it crashed to its destruction on takeoff during a demonstration, the crash was due to flight-crew error , not from any flaw in the airplane. Subsequent implementation of a mandatory checklist by the flight crew prior to take-off ensured avoidance of the flight crew error. Despite the crash (and more important, its much higher cost per unit), Air Corps leaders were impressed by the 299. Boeing was awarded with a development contract. The aircraft has since been referred to as the XB-17 but the designation is not contemporary or official.

An acronym for Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter, a device designed to protect against fires by breaking the circuit when a dangerous electrical arc is detected. This type of circuit breaker protects against fires caused by low level arcing currents that are not detected by conventional devices that protect against excess current.

An acronym for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, a measurement that shows how efficient a furnace is at generating energy from the fuel it uses. A unit with a higher rating is more fuel efficient than a unit with a lower rating.

A type of stucco made from acrylic resins and/or polymers, with crushed quartz and sand to give it definition. An acrylic stucco finish looks very similar to a traditional stucco finish.