Managing supply for remote projects

Timer Relay: Promoting Better Performance and Prolonging Lifespan

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The contacts in standard control relays are designed to close or open immediately when electrical voltage is applied or removed. This is a useful property for normal powered connections because of the quick response. However, there are some applications, particularly in industrial equipment and machinery, where it is favourable for the operation of pertinent contacts to be delayed after the introduction or removal of voltage. If this is the case, then you should install timer delay relays.…

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Koi Joy: Choosing The Right Pump For A Koi Carp Pond

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A suitable water pump is a vital component of any fish pond, and especially important when it comes to keeping prized koi carp healthy and happy. These innocuous-looking pumps serve a number of purposes, including pushing water through filters to remove harmful detritus and aerating the water to allow your koi carp to breathe, grow and thrive. As you can imagine, then, choosing the right pump for a koi carp pond can be a more complex process than finding a pump suitable for a simple ornamental pond, and choosing the wrong pump can leave your koi unhealthy and unhappy.…

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Anti-Fungal Import Requirements for Deliveries Made With Wooden Packaging

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Among many Australian quarantine requirements, the entry into the country of wooden products infected with the non-indigenous form of the blue stain fungus is prohibited. This means that any wooden product that comes into Australia from overseas should have the documentation to prove that it has been treated in accordance with international specifications. Essentially, these specifications relate to the international standards for phytosanitary measures (ISPM) and, under section 15, they propose the use of things like heat treatments to prevent the spread of blue stain.…

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