Multi-span greenhouses garden greenhouse polycarbonate

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Greenhouse Brief Introduction


Width: 8m-150m

Length: 20m - 100m

Roof height: 5m – 7m

Gutter height: 3m – 5m



Made of hot galvanized steel pipe, anti-rust treated, 15-20 years life.

Covered by 150 miron or 200 micron plastic film, 3-ply or by 30 mesh or 50 mesh white insect screen.

Rooling or fixed vent on roof or on sides for natural ventilation. 

Auto-controlled pad & fan cooling system, irrigation system, shade system, hydroponics system, heating system, 

metal table, plant pot, cocopeat grow bag etc is available.


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Flowers, seeding, hydroponic

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All over the world.


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Q:Plastic water bottles?
1) long before one resorts to recycling a product, one needs to consider not having the product at all. Using a re-usable (non-plastic) container means there is nothing to be recycled. Always consider the first 2 R's before resorting to the last R - in Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. 2) recycling plastic is better than not recycling, but still takes a lot of energy and thus should be avoided whenever possible. 3) *many* plastic bottles are not recycled and end up in either landfill sites, or become either land (gets buried by detritus) or marine pollution. I've seen numbers like 88% are not recycled. That addresses the general concept of plastic bottles. Then there is the BPA concern. This is a serious problem with leaching from plastic containers although this is much more of a problem with reusable water bottles and microwaved containers.
Q:What plastic is used in flasks?
The highest melting point plastic I found was Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) with a melting point of 640°F. Glass melts at 2600-2900 °F, so plastic flasks are not a viable alternative to glass. The bunsen burner flame using natural gas has a maximum temperature of 3562°F. I suppose you could argue that if liquid was in the flask, the liquid temperature would cool the base of the plastic flask, so it would might work. But plastic is a good insulator as well, so the plastic might start to melt even with liquid in the flask. And if the water boiled away, the flask would melt for sure, unlike a Pyrex glass flask.
Q:Why aren't all plastic beverage bottles an Enso Biodegradable plastic bottle?
First biodegrade plastics are not a solution. It is closer to a temporary measure. They are more about claiming your product is eco-friendly then eco-actually being friendly. Plastic bottles that store beer are type 1, PET plastic. There are many types of plastic, but you can only use PET for beer. The reason is most plastics leach out chemicals to the beer inside (it contains alcohol, a solvent). Even biodegradable bottles do.
Q:10 pts : Alternative to plastic?
A drinking fountain, metal canteen, a faucet.
Q:Which product do you think is more environmentally friendly? Wood or Plastics?
Wood by far, but unfortunately many things cannot be made out of wood. Many medical advances would have been impossible without the use of plastics. So use wood for as much as can be feasibly made out of it.
Q:WHO INVENTED PLASTIC??? help easy 10 pts?
Charles Goodyear discovered vulcanization of rubber (1839) and Alexander Parkes, English inventor (1813—1890) created the earliest form of plastic in 1855.
Q:Why recycle plastic bags?
Plastic bags take a lot of energy (electricity) and materials to produce. When disposed of in domestic refuse, they also take many years to biodegrade (thousands of years?) in landfill. They are also hazardous to wild animals when disposed of irresponsibly. I try to reuse all of mine and have bought a large cotton bag to help reduce my use of 'plastics' when shopping. The main supermarkets are also selling 'bags for life' and starting to offer incentives for reusing plastic carrier bags but few are offering facilities to recycle plastic carrier bags (for the reasons-see below).If your supermarket does collect used carrier bags for recycling, you need to ask your supermarket what happens to the used the carrier bags they collect if this info isn't displayed. I think the options for recycling plastic bags (and bottles, packaging, etc...) are limited in many Council areas, partly 'cos plastics don't weigh a lot and it is probably going to cost more to recycle them (can you imagine how many plastic bags it would take to fill a lorry?) than the Councils will get from the recycling companies. But as the charges for using landfill increase, more Councils will start to recycle plastic. It's still better to reduce your use of plastic bags wherever you can. I don't know any links, I'm afraid. You could try contacting your local Council/supermarket and asking them if they are bringing in recycling plastic bags. However, plastic carrier bags are bad news as it will take so many to fill a recycling lorry (the Council may have to separate them from other plastics as I understand there are different sorts of plastics which can't be recycled in one container before being able to sell them, thus adding to the recycling costs) and the costs of producing them energy and material wise are so high. I try to avoid plastic carrier bags where I can and reuse the ones I get.
Q:Disstilling moonshine from plastic bucket.?
You can use a melamine vessel in a microwave setup, but a plastic bucket is a completely different type of plastic that will not stand the heat. You can leave the bucket outside if you are in a cold climate and the water will freeze and you can skim out the ice crystals leaving the alcohol behind. In cider for example, you can keep hard cider until the next season without it spoiling from concentrating the alcohol this way.
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Q:How can plastic fairings on motorcycles be fixed?
It's a nightmare mate, i damaged my 2005 gsxr main fairing, rear section etc when i highsided at the track. I spent a long time looking for companys that could fix it by plastic welding but they were really expensive, especially when you add up the plastic welding, the painting and the decal set to get the panel looking right again. I found the best option to be OKorder, i managed to get a complete new left hand side panel for £75 what a bargain as it costs something like £320 + VAT from Suzuki for a new one and i don't think that it included painting or decals, i also got a rear section for £60. If you need anything else for the bike, let me know as i have quite a few parts lying about the garage. I would give that a try. Good luck!!

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