Tanning Beds Technology

Since a sun tan tan is in vogue, has created high demand for tanning equipment such as tanning beds and tanning booths. This has motivated research teams sophisticated and affordable tanning. Many innovative tanning devices are available for as striking at very reasonable prices. The following are common tanning devices available in the market: * Tanning Beds * Tanning Booths * Tanning Canopies * Tanning Beds Tanning Lamps: Two types of tanning beds are available in the market. Commercial tanning beds have a wide range of easy to use and suitable for longer use.

Commercial tanning beds are large and expensive programmable. Normally, only install these tanning salons tanning beds. There are many specifications laid down to regulate tanning salons. Only well-trained employees can handle saloon and a program of these tanning beds for guests. They also suggest that the number of treatments needed to achieve and maintain the desired effect. Tanning beds are usually smaller and most of them are foldable and consume very little space. They are easy to use and very effective, even with its limited functionality. All members of your family can use.

Therefore, it is cheaper to use a home tanning bed. Tanning Booths: Tanning booths are a vertical version of the tanning bed. Instead of lying, you have to be in the tanning booth and UV lamps around his body hit. Most saloon stools provide seating while you enjoy the tan. Tanning Canopy: This cup has only a tan roof. You need to use your own bed and a chair under it. Tanning canopies are cheap and convenient. You can save easily. However, you have to let it go to your body so entirely under a canopy. Tanning Lamps: Some people like only the face or hands.

Energy Consumption

The Cabildo’s President, Mario Cabrera, and the insular Counselor of water and waste, Manuel Miranda, recently visited the new desalination plant that has installed the Corporacion Insular at the offices of the Consortium supplying water to Fuerteventura in the capital district of El Charco. Technician of the CAAF Andres Rodriguez accompanied representatives of the Cabildo and the media on the visit to facilities that have just started to run, shortly after did a few months ago another plant of the same characteristics which has been installed in Gran Tarajal to improve supplies in the South of the island. The main features of these desalination plants are its low energy consumption, with nearly 50% saving in electricity with respect to other teams, and their ability to be moved easily to other locations if necessary. Each of them has a production capacity of 2,500 cubic meters a day. In terms of consumption, each plant consumed 2.7 kilowatt per hour and cubic meter of water desalinated, including 1.1 kilowatts relating to the consumption of high pressure, while other facilities of the Consortium has a consumption that exceeds the 4 kw/h/m3 without high pressure.

Another important advantage of presented equipment lies in the CAAF can count on a cushion of water production allowing you to tackle any situation that could occur a shortage, with guarantees for the population, at the same time that the increase in production will facilitate devote part of it to the primary sector. The production system of both plants, which are at full capacity (5,000 m3/day) because they optimize the consumption with respect to previous teams, is Reverse Osmosis, a leading technology in the sector. Each station is installed inside four containers connected to each other, the first devoted to welcome sand filters, filters cartridges of pumping and structures of pressure and energy recovery, the second the third the rack (o racks) membrane and the fourth for electrical boxes. The CAAF has three production centres at the moment, one in Puerto del Rosario with a productive capacity that goes with the new plants of 20,000 to 22,500 m3/day, another in Corralejo with a productivity of 4,000 m3/day and a third in Gran Tarajal, with a production of 4,000 m3/day. Source: Fuerteventura Magazine today.

Greece Solar

One of the things that called to me more the attention from my trip to Greece is the extended thing that is the operation of the solar energy by all the country. I do not talk about to great orchards of solar paddles installed by the municipalities, but to that each house, each block, has its solar paddle in the tile roof instead of a cover of roofing tiles. You raise the Licabitos mount, you see the modern Athens your around and in each building a solar paddle shines in the objective of your camera. You cross the country and on the brink of madness the highway until it more modest houses have their small wood porches and their panels of certificates solar in the tile roof. In a so sunny country and simultaneously so poor it is logical that they try to take advantage of to the maximum a power plant that is gratuitous, clean and accessible.

And right now, in the middle of the enormous economic crisis that them asola, the rays of the sun will be in those houses a lightening for the domestic economies. We did not follow its example Is a pain that in Spain, another sunny country, we do not take advantage of one our majors natural wealth and we do not operate his characteristics. In any neighbor community the installation of solar paddles, still without subsidy, is amortized in approximately 10 years, as of which the hot water and the heating happen to be almost gratuitous. Also any single-family villa can generate energy sufficient in its tile roof even to be sold to the formation communications net. The lack of knowledge of this possibility causes that on our wood porches there is roofing tile, slate or more wood instead of photovoltaic panels. And it is that we presumed much to be the country of the Sun but soon we resigned to remove party to its possibilities. He is something to think.