تحويل ليرة تركية الى ريال سعودي

Apr 11

تحويل ليرة تركية الى ريال سعودي

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Q: How do I put my watering sytem together? A: Installation is easy. Check out our installation overview.

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Edit: Robin tells me my drawing is unclear and needs some explanation. I’m proposing two different install heights based on where you will mount things. Over solid ground, such as outdoors or a regularly cleaned coop, I’m suggesting 9″ from the ground to the feed/water level. This seems to be a good height for the chickens to eat/drink at without wasting food. If you are using a deep litter system in your coop like us, then I’m suggesting 12″ from the floor. This provides an average of 3″ litter to bring the chickens up to about the same height. In practice, this means that at one end of the feeder the floor will be bare and at the other end there will be 6″ litter, but the chickens don’t seem to starve either way. The front lip of the rail in our coop is mounted at 40″ off the floor. The front lip of the rail on our water tank stand is 37″ off the ground.



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Q: What are the components of an Automated Watering System for Birds? A: The three main components are:

Q: Which drinking valve should I choose, Original or Vari-Flo? A:  That depends on what species of animal or bird you have and its size.  The Vari-Flo Valve is smaller and is ideal for small birds because it is easier to activate. The Original Valve is slightly larger and appropriate for larger birds. We also have special drinking valves available for large parrots, and cup waterers for domestic fowl.

*Please refer to chart to determine which valve is best for your bird.

*The African Grey can drink from the Original or Vari-Flo valve. For this particular bird, it is important to use the threaded drinking valve and install in a rigid pvc pipe system.

Note: The drinking valves marked for each of the animals (except guinea pig) are the preferred valve choice, but it is possible to use either the Original or Vari-Flo valve.

Q: How do the drinking valves work? A: To drink, birds simply move the stainless steel stem by biting or licking, releasing water. When the bird releases the end of the stem, the elasticity of the silicone rubber diaphragm located behind the stem head pushes the head back to the closed position, stopping the flow of water.

Q: What size of flex-tubing should I choose? A: First determine the length of the cage rows. Flexible black tubing works well for cage rows up to 100 feet long. The 3/16" Flex-Tubing is designed for a cage run up to 50 feet long, and the 5/16" Flex-Tubing is designed for a cage run up to 100 feet long. The larger tube becomes necessary as the length of the cage rows increases to supply the proper amount of water pressure. All 5/16" systems also require 3/16" tubing for the short lengths extending down from the Tee Barbed Fitting to the drinking valve. Important: When buying 3/16" or 5/16" Flex-Tubing, you must also buy the same size Fitting Barbed Tee, Tubing Stand-Off, Drain-Vent, and Shut-off Valve. For example, if you want 3/16" Flex-Tubing, then the items mentioned above must also be 3/16".

The Flex-Tube system is easy to assemble-the tubing is cut with a pair of scissors and pushed onto the Tee Barbed Fittings. The tubing may be susceptible to abuse from birds; however, the Tubing Stand-Offs are designed to prevent this by holding the tubing away from the cage. Furthermore, abuse of the tubing is mainly associated with large birds. Important: Use of the Parrot valve requires a rigid PVC pipe system. The rigid PVC pipe system is designed for cage rows up to 200 feet long. It can withstand abuse from the animal such as chewing, but may be more challenging for beginners to assemble. The pipe must be cut and glued together and must be measured exactly.

Q: What water supply should I choose? A: You have three options to choose from:

Q: Can I use my own storage tank? A: Yes. If you wish to use a larger tank for the water reservoir, the Tank Connector can be attached to it. You will need to drill an 11/16" diameter hole in the side of the tank, approximately 3/4" above the bottom.

Q: What other pieces do I need? A: To complete your system you will need:

Q: How many valves should I supply for a certain number of birds? A: If more than one bird per cage, supply approximately one valve for 6-8 birds.

Q: Do I need a Filter? A: It is recommended because it keeps the water clean and keeps the water supply equipment in good condition. It can be used with either a pressure regulator or a float tank.

Q: Should I buy one Tubing Stand-Off per cage? A: Install one Stand-Off at each tee connector and one every 18 for additional support. Do not space Stand-Offs further than 18" apart.

Q: Do I need a Shut-Off Valve? A: It is recommended because it allows you to turn off the water supply for an individual line if not in use. Remember to drain any lines that will not be in use for long periods of time.

Q: What is the maximum number of drinking valves I can use with the different water supply systems? A: The maximum number for a gravity supply tank is 75 drinking valves, and 600 drinking valves for a pressure regulator.

Q: How do birds learn to drink from the drinking valve? A: Birds can sense water and will learn how to drink from the valve quickly by playing with it. If your bird seems to have difficulty, remove all other water sources, and activate the valve allowing a drop of water to hang from the valve. The bird will discover this and quickly learn that the valve is the source for fresh, clean water.

Q: How do I put my watering sytem together? A: Installation is easy. Check out our installation overview.

Source: http://agselect.com/automated-bird-watering.aspx


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