Metal Shingle Stone Coated Steel Roof Machine / Vermiculite Steel Tile Production Line

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Packaging Details:2* 40 Feet container
Delivery Detail:2-3 month after down payment

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1 bottom gule spraying section 
2 stone coated section 
3 first time drying 
4 Auto face gule spraying 
5.second time drying

Stone Coated Production Line

 

Stone Coated Sheet is formed by 0.4mm Al-Zn plating panel and color stones. It is modern,environmental and nice appearance.

 

We developed this stone coated production line based on long time running and improvement. It is high-performance,stable, energy-efficient and easy operation.

 

It is including five main parts:

1 Auto bottom gule spraying section

2Auto stone coated section

3 The first time drying section

4 Auto face gule spraying section

5 The second time drying section

 

Introduction:

1. Auto bottom gule spraying section 

Appearance size:4000*1000*2000          Unit:mm

 

Driving section:3KW Excitation motor or frequency speed regulation (AS per customers’requirements )

 

Automatic pressure spray tank:1set  capability:200kg   Range:0.6~1Mpa 

Automatic glue machine motor: Servo motor, Power:750w, plc  

Automatic spray gun:4 set(spare parts) 

Dust collecting fan: 1set    power:200w

 

Damp proof lamp:1pc      power:100w

 

Conveying device:Chain reciprocating

 

Air compressor:1set   power:7.5kw

 

Dust control of axial flow fan:1set  power: 200w

 

Agitator: 1set   power:1.5kw   



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Orchard Supply Hardware (a divsion of Sears Roebuck in Ca.) a garden supply store any place selling soil ammendments both are in the expanded state, to get the material before it is Popped you would have to contact tthe manufacturer,,,refer to the bag at the store for addresses.... eg US Gypsum
Q:What is incubation vermiculite and how it is used?
Vermiculite is a natural, non-toxic mineral that expands at high temperatures. It is a relatively rare mineral, belonging to silicates. Its crystalline structure is monoclinic, and it looks like mica from its appearance. Vermiculite is produced by hydration of certain granite. It is commonly produced with asbestos. Because vermiculite has the ability of ion exchange, it has a great effect on the nutrition of the soil.
Q:Is the vermiculite the leopard gecko egg is sitting on supos to be cold and moist?
Have you thought of what you are going to do with 20 sulcata's? Having just 1 sulcata is hard to care for. You really should crush them with a shovel. It really isn't fair to bring them in this world and not be properly cared for. I have a big heart for Sulcata's and feel for them not getting a proper home. If you just want to hatch 1 of the eggs and take responsibility for that tortoise that is cool.
Q:Why would there be shiny metallic stuff in the pot of my avocado tree?
check with home depot.. they usually carry it in small bags..
Q:leopard gecko substrate?
Most of my gardening was hydroponics and the cotton basically was useless because it didn't hold its shape at all. It also could foul pumps. Vermiculite didn't breath well enough unless mixed with Perlite and the verm could also foul the water pump. You still might be able to mix cotton with one of the others. It could be that I didn't squish the cotton balls or something like that but I do remember it didn't work well at all. It just flattened out and almost all the water drained out. The small ball of cotton that was left would be saturated. It wouldn't support a plant or keep its shape and was too easily saturated. Moss containers worked very well but I preferred the rockwool. You could plant the seed or cutting right into it. It does holds its water too well though. You have to be careful not to add too much water or there is no aeration. With moss it didn't have that problem and it was easy to see by looking at it if it were moist. It was just kind of unsightly and not quite as suitable in hydroponics. Cotton never worked for me because it wouldn't hold its shape. It wouldn't hold water as well as any of them though I am making an assumption about the coco fiber. The planting plugs I have seen looked pretty much ideal. I was just happy with the rockwool. I think I might prefer the coco fiber if I was planing on putting it in soil. I definately prefer moss containers when using soil. Cotton is a pure cellulose fiber so it isn't going to hold the water as well as the more complicated fibers or it will contract to the point where there is no aeration. That was my limited experience at least.
Q:Would you refrain from purchasing a home that was built in the '50's that has Vermiculite insulation?
Home Depot Vermiculite
Q:what are the ingredients of potting soil?
Perlite and Vermiculite can both be purchased from most garden stores. If you can't find it you can use sphagnum moss (or the best you can find at a pet store) instead until you can order some. For tonight I'd recommend removing the eggs and placing them in a plastic tupperware container filled with moist paper towels (try not to put the eggs directly on wet towels though) and see if you can keep them somewhere around 78-83 fahrenheit. Humidity needs to be at least 70% so if you can get it to where it condenses on the lid of the container you are good. You can poke tiny holes in the container for air (eggs breathe) or just leave this for later. The reason I'd remove them as soon as possible is because the snake didn't lay them in a lay box filled with moist moss. Usually you wait a couple hours for the eggs to harden but also usually the snake lays in a prearranged lay box that already has high humidity so you don't have to worry about that as much. If you are really worried about it you can have an incubator shipped overnight. I know LLLReptile overnights hovabators for reptiles. Also they have a deal that includes hatchrite (a commercially available incubation substrate that is premoistened and works well) and deli cups as well in a package deal. (I know because I just ordered one since I have a racer that laid eggs.)
Q:What is the fine brown dust in this warehouse cinder block wall?
no wash it.vermiculite is a natural earth mineral
Q:What kind of material can be used instead of vermiculite and perlite in flower cutting?
Peat and yellow sand can be used instead
Q:Why should I not use perlite or vermiculitein ponds?
Leopard geckos usually lay 2 eggs per clutch........there has never been a documented clutch of 3 eggs. It is very common for first time mothers to lay a single egg clutch for their first time. Yes, it is perfectly safe to use a sharpie to indicate the top of the egg to prevent the egg from tipping over and causing the embryo to drown. sell or keep? ....that sounds like a personal choice based on market, financial, and space obligations that only you can answer for yourself. vermiculite vs. perlite ........I prefer perlite, but vermiculite is extremely effective also. perlite seems to be more forgiving and offers more air flow around the eggs in my opinion. for fertile and infertile egg comparisons, just google image search for the pics...they're there

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