Four Of The Most Common Reasons For Cone Crush Failure

Posted on: 26 December 2014

In an industrial mining or agricultural setting, cone crushers provide a valuable service that is hard to match by any other piece of machinery. While these powerhouses do a lot of heavy lifting, it is all too easy to neglect the care that they really need and find yourself reaching deep to pay for costly repairs or replacement. Here are four of the most common reasons cone crushers will see an untimely failure in their operational components.
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Drones May Change The Face Of Your Farm

Posted on: 30 November 2014

Crop monitoring is one of the key ways to ensure your fields produce at their best, from the time you plant until the harvest season. New emerging technologies are simplifying and lowering the long-term cost, while providing the ability for more frequent surveillance. Current Technologies Most current crop monitoring methods leave a lot to be desired. They take time and can become expensive. Your two main options are: Private aircraft flyovers.
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Earth-Friendly Japanese Pottery: The Outdoor Pottery With Originality

Posted on: 29 October 2014

Most modern pottery fired in a kiln is first fired "naked", i.e., it does not have any sort of glaze on it. The potters have to fire all the pieces a second time after they apply a glaze. Most of this process is highly toxic and consumes a lot of energy. If you are the more environmentally conservative type, this goes against everything you believe in. A better choice for you is Japanese kiln pottery, often referred to as "
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