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·Solar Energy Applications      View Products

Solar energy refers primarily to the use of solar radiation for practical ends. However, all renewable energies, other than geothermal and tidal, derive their energy from the sun.

Solar technologies are broadly characterized as either passive or active depending on the way they capture, convert and distribute sunlight. Active solar techniques use photovoltaic panels, pumps, and fans to convert sunlight into useful outputs. Passive solar techniques include selecting materials with favorable thermal properties, designing spaces that naturally circulate air, and referencing the position of a building to the Sun. Active solar technologies increase the supply of energy and are considered supply side technologies, while passive solar technologies reduce the need for alternate resources and are generally considered demand side technologies.

·Hatching Eggs Applications      View Products

First, choose eggs: Eggs should be consistent with species requirements, major small-medium eggs, egg normally, eggshell thickness and color coordinated, bright color, preferably stored within a short time due to longer storage of hatching eggs.

Second, disinfection: Disinfection of eggs is very important, disinfect the eggs than non-sterilized can significantly improve the hatching rate. Disinfection of eggs with formaldehyde gas fumigation general method, using potassium permanganate per cubic meter of space for 15 grams, Fukemalin 30 ml dose, at 27 ℃ ~ 30 ℃ for 20 minutes the temperature fumigation can kill pathogenic microorganisms particular branch of the original virus and a significant body of disinfection, sterilization generally carried out in a sterile sealed cabinet.

Third,temperature: the temperature is needed to hatch the first condition, that only can at a reasonable temperature for normal embryonic metabolism and growth and development of material, the incubation period is relatively stable temperature requirements, the scope of its changes to allow 0.5 ℃, the temperature uniformity required incubation sites, good results would be difficult hatching. Incubation temperature under the circumstances to take pre-embryonic development of high-, medium-level, post slightly lower hatching method of slightly higher Schwinn.

Four,humidity: Humidity is also a mountain of an important condition for hatching eggs, if the lack of humidity will cause shell embryos sticky, difficult or hatched chickens hatching weight, chicken feet scales rough, dry, if the humidity is too high, incubation Although the heavier chicken out, but the chicken's egg yolk-absorption, the abdomen large, poor physical condition, easy death, resulting in reduced survival. Mountain egg incubation period of high humidity in two, the middle level is better, the humidity high, can heat a good egg, even, mid-level is conducive to embryo metabolism, to improve post-hatching period of excessive humidity is to disperse the physiological heat to loosen the shell structure, easy pecking shell hatching, The humidity is 60% to 65%, medium 55% to 60%, later 60% to 68%, hatching of 70% to 75%.

Five,turning eggs: egg turned embryo can promote activities to prevent the adhesion of the shell contents, so that incubation of heat evenly. Practice confirmed that a 20 day turn eggs once every 2 hours, turning angle of 180 degrees and eggs, hatching 21 to 24 days for not turning eggs, only changing sides heart eggs, can meet the requirements Peidan development, hatching results are quite satisfactory.

Six,dry egg: in the middle and late incubation, egg temperature reached 38.8 ℃, the shell is relatively small surface area, pore small, slow cooling, drying eggs during this period can enhance gas exchange in embryos and remove the accumulated heat inside the eggs, incubation 16 days should be dry egg once a day, 20 to 24 days, physical heat more than 2 times a day to dry eggs, dry eggs, the length of time varies, depending on the circumstances flexibility.

Seven,Water: water spray to improve the hatching rate of one of the keys. There are three water-jet effect, one damaged shell membrane, and second, respectively, for the shell and shell membrane contraction and expansion, undermining their integrity, increased permeability to speed up the normal evaporation of water and egg weight loss, so that chamber volume larger and oxygen supply adequate, three leading to crisp shell. Mountain egg shell thickness, egg temperature dropped to 35 ℃ to continue incubation.The former affecting gas and water evaporation, which impede the pecking shell, shell membrane of the existence of the first days of incubation is beneficial, with the growing embryo age, especially when allantoic after closed Need to inhale more oxygen and emit large amounts of metabolites when it began to adversely affect embryonic development, for which the need for 21 to 24-day Peidan spray 31 ℃ ~ 38 ℃ warm water (not too early to also not too late), spray once a day, continue to be dry after hatching. After repeated drying eggs, spray under the influence of the shell changes from the hard crisp, chicken and break shell, reducing the hatching of the stillbirth.

·Farm Tractor Applications      View Products

The most common use of the term "tractor" is for the vehicles used on farms. The farm tractor is used for pulling or pushing agricultural machinery or trailers, for plowing, tilling, disking, harrowing, planting, and similar tasks. A farm tractor used to power a pump for irrigating a plot of land

A variety of specialty farm tractors have been developed for particular uses. These include "row crop" tractors with adjustable tread width to allow the tractor to pass down rows of corn, tomatoes or other crops without crushing the plants, "wheatland" or "standard" tractors with non-adjustable fixed wheels and a lower center of gravity for plowing and other heavy field work for broadcast crops, and "high crop" tractors with adjustable tread and increased ground clearance, often used in the cultivation of cotton and other high-growing row crop plant operations, and "utility tractors", typically smaller tractors with a low center of gravity and short turning radius, used for general purposes around the farmstead. Many utility tractors are used for non-farm grading, landscape maintenance and excavation purposes, particularly with loaders, backhoes, pallet forks and similar devices. Small garden or lawn tractors designed for suburban and semi-rural gardening and landscape maintenance also exist in a variety of configurations. A tractor with a chaser bin.

Some farm-type tractors are found elsewhere than on farms: with large universities' gardening departments, in public parks, or for highway workman use with blowtorch cylinders strapped to its sides and a pneumatic drill air compressor permanently fastened over its power take-off. These are often fitted with grass (turf) tyres which are less damaging to soft surfaces than agricultural tires.

The predecessors of modern tractors, traction engines, used steam engines for power. Since the turn of the 20th century, internal combustion engines have been the power source of choice. Between 1900 and 1960, gasoline was the predominant fuel, with kerosene and ethanol being common alternatives. Generally one engine could burn any of those, although cold starting was easiest on gasoline. Often a small auxiliary fuel tank was available to hold gasoline for cold starting and warm-up, while the main fuel tank held whatever fuel was most convenient or least expensive for the particular farmer. Dieselisation gained momentum starting in the 1960s, and modern farm tractors usually employ diesel engines, which range in power output from 18 to 575 horsepower (15 to 480 kW). Size and output are dependent on application, with smaller tractors for lawn mowing, landscaping, orchard work, and truck farming, and larger tractors for vast fields of wheat, maize, soy, and other bulk crops. Liquified petroleum gas (LPG) or propane also have been used as tractor fuels, but require special pressurized fuel tanks and filling equipment so are less prevalent in most markets.

·All Terrain Vehicle--ATV Applications      View Products

ATVs come in many different shapes and sizes. The different types of ATVs are designed and manufactured for different uses including racing, pit-vehicles, recreation, hunting, ranching, military, emergency services and industrial. Just about anything you can think of. While the most common type of ATV is of the four-wheeled variety, there are also ATVs that come with three, six or even eight wheels. And there are some eco-friendly ATVs hitting the market that run on batteries like the Model One EUV from Barefoot Motors.

·Food Mixer Applications      View Products

A stand mixer is essentially the same as a hand mixer, but is mounted on a stand which bears the weight of the device. Stand mixers are larger and have more powerful motors than their hand-held counterparts. They generally have a special bowl that is locked in place while the mixer is operating. Heavy duty commercial models can have bowl capacities well in excess of 100 quarts (95 L) and weigh thousands of pounds, but more typical home and light commercial models are equipped with bowls of around 4 quarts (4 L). A typical home stand mixer will include a wire whip for whipping creams and egg whites; a flat beater for mixing batters; and a dough hook for kneading.

Stand mixers are generally available in either countertop or floor (also called bench) models. Whether a mixer is a countertop or floor model usually depends on its size. Mixers that are 20 Quarts in size or smaller tend to be countertop mixers, while larger mixers tend to be floor models due to their size and weight.

Spiral mixers are specialized for mixing dough, and are not ideal for functions like whipping or mixing other ingredients. They consist of a spiral-shaped agitator that remains stationary, while the bowl itself rotates. This leads to a more effective method of mixing dough, and often enables spiral mixers to mix the same size dough batch much quicker and with less undermixed dough than a similarly powered planetary counterpart. Because spiral mixers are able to mix dough with less agitator friction than planetary mixers, the dough is mixed without raising its temperature as much, which is desirable for ensuring the dough can rise properly.

Planetary mixers consist of a bowl which remains static, while an agitator is rapidly moved around the bowl to mix its contents. Planetary mixers are considered to be more versatile than their spiral counterparts, and can be used to mix a wide variety of ingredients. In addition, you can use a planetary mixer to whip and blend, which cannot be done with a spiral mixer.

·Core Drill Applications      View Products

The durability of the FMC Technologies' Bean piston pumps is unsurpassed within the vertical drilling markets. Designed for continuous duty applications, the FMC Technologies Bean piston line increases drilling productivity while lowering the overall cost of ownership. The pump's simple design incorporates fewer wearable components and ease of service. FMC Technologies' self-cleaning and erosion-resistant valve technology enables the pumps to handle the most abrasive and stringy fluids within the industry. Each drilling activity requires enhancing certain conditions and criteria to maximize drilling performance. This customization has led FMC Technologies pumps to become the leader within the surface and underground coring, water well, geotechnical and environmental drilling markets with its Bean piston pump product line.

·Road Roller Applications      View Products

Road rollers use the weight of the vehicle to compress the surface being rolled (static) or use mechanical advantage (vibrating). Initial compaction of the substrate on a road project is done using a padfoot drum roller, which achieves higher compaction density due to the pads having less surface area. On large freeways a four wheel compactor with padfoot drum and a blade, such as a Caterpillar 815/825 series machine, would be used due to its high weight, speed and the powerful pushing force to spread bulk material. On regional roads a smaller single padfoot drum machine may be used. The next machine is usually a single smooth drum compactor that compacts the high spots down until the soil is smooth, and this is usually done in combination with a motor grader to get a level surface. Sometimes at this stage a pneumatic tyre roller would be used. These rollers feature two rows (front and back) of pneumatic tyres that overlap, and the flexibility of the tyres provides a kneading action that seals the surface and with some vertical movement of the wheels, enables the roller to operate effectively on uneven ground. Once the soil base is flat the pad drum compactor is no longer used on the road surface. The next course (road base) would be compacted using a smooth single drum, smooth tandem roller or pneumatic tyre roller in combination with a grader, and a water truck to achieve the desired flat surface with the right moisture content for optimum compaction. Once the road base is compacted, the smooth single drum compactor is no longer used on the road surface (There is however an exception, if the single drum has special flat-wide-base tyres on the machine). The final wear course of asphalt concrete (a.k.a. asphalt or blacktop in North America, or macadam in England) is laid using a paver and compacted using a tandem smooth drum roller, a three-point roller or a pneumatic tyre roller. Three point rollers on asphalt were very common once and are still used, but tandem vibrating rollers are the usual choice now, with the pneumatic tyre roller's kneading action being the last roller to seal of the surface.