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Low Noise Trimmer Line
|Product:||Twist Nylon Trimmer Line|
|Grade:||Low Noise Grade|
|Material:||100% NEW NYLON|
|Diameter:||1.3mm/0.050″, 1.6mm/0.065″, 2.0mm/0.080″, 2.4mm/0.095″, 2.7mm/0.105″, 3.0mm/0.120″, 3.3mm/0.130″, 3.5mm/0.138″, 4.0mm/0.158″. 4.5mm/0.177”.|
|Length/ Weight:||15m/ 0.5LB/ 1LB/ 3LB/ 5LB/ 10LB/ 20LB or nominated length|
|Colour:||Yellow, Orange, Red, Green, Nature, Black, or Any Colour on Demand|
|Shape:||Square Twist/ Round Twist|
JUDIN TWIST TRIMMER LINE
- Significant improvement in energy efficiency.
- Quieter work & Reducing noise pollution.
- Up to 50% noise reduction in larger diameter lines.
- Accept OEM orders
Packing & Shape
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Shipment: All goods can be delivered by Sea and By air or according to your request. Loading Port: Ningbo or Shanghai, China
Payment terms: TT: 30% deposit and left pay after receive the copy of BL within 7 days
Sample lead time: about 1-2 days Mass production lead time: about 25 days after getting the deposit
- First choice for internal grooving and recessing
– For all ISO material groups
– Internal grooves with a diameter starting from Dmin = 16 mm
– Grooving to a depth of Tmax = 9.5 mm
– Insert widths of 2, 3 and 4 mm
– For use with all lathes
– Can be used up to a maximum coolant pressure of 80 bar
– Grooving boring bar G1221-P
– Precision coolant via the top clamp
– Re-sealable axial cooling bore for blind-hole machining
– Connection using K601 coolant set (G1/8” thread on shank) or installation, e.g. using a Weldon type adaptor
– Flexible O-ring seal for leakage-free coolant transfer between the tool and base adaptor
- Two clamping surfaces
– Right-hand and left-hand versions available
BENEFITS FOR YOU
- Interface between base adaptor and tool free from pressure loss thanks to O-ring seal
– Optimal surface quality, process reliability and chip evacuation
– Tool can be used in normal or overhead position
– Superlative machining results thanks to optimal L ×D ratio
Ducklings getting out today to their side of the pen, the barn is getting too small and way too warm for them with this heat wave we’ve got going on right now.
By noon it was already over 30°C, inside the barn is over 25°C without heat lamps the ducklings are big enough now to spend the days out side, they can come in at night to be safe from the small owls I’ve got here.
The amount of feces in the mornings in the barn is over the top with them in the barn 24/7 they need to get out side and spread it out instead of all of it in the barn.
The goslings are getting more and more calm with me picking them up, the Chinese gosling though makes a crap load of noise, but is calm and not trying to break free from my hands.
Midget duck is amazing he can weave between everyone so well, but he is seriously a small duck some of the ducks his same age are 10 times bigger.
Because Dug and I have got the ducklings so use to us we have to walk in slow motion around them to make sure we don’t accidently step on one, they won’t move to get out of the way.
Built a new ramp for the barn entrance, the old steps just weren’t cutting it for this many ducks, bent some wire I had left over and it seems to work great, no one is getting stampeded now going into the barn.
Had to put the grid shelters in the pen up on cement blocks the ducklings were getting stuck in the 4 inch grid holes.
This weekend is going to be another attempt at a Muscovy hatch, I’ve got a tray of 63 eggs due to go into the hatcher, but I’m going to put them in the bottom of the killer incubator and hope for the best.
I wasn’t going to but I ended up candling the Muscovy eggs before I transferred them to the hatching trays and all of the eggs had air sacks, so hopefully we get more than 6 Muscovy ducklings this weekend.
Midget Duckling got moved to the back room with the Muscovy Ducklings, he was just too small to be with the rest of the flock, first he had to be clean up though.
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