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Level up your fly control
Level up your fly control

 

Understand the three levels of fly activity for more effective control

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Evaporative cooling startup
Evaporative cooling startup
Cleaning and adjusting your cool cell system will save time later
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Get your fans ready for summer
Get your fans ready for summer
Basic preseason fan maintenance
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Is your generator ready for the next power outage?
Is your generator ready for the next power outage?
Reliable backup power is no accident.
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Fine tune your farm’s backup systems
Fine tune your farm’s backup systems

Maintaining fail-safe equipment should be part of every manager's routine maintenance program.

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Common sense evaporative cooling
Common sense evaporative cooling

Make your pads last longer, the 80-80 rule, don't operate your evap system between 10 pm and 10 am, and airspeed is what makes evap cooling work.

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DIY- Feed motor replacement
DIY- Feed motor replacement

Follow this step-by-step tutorial to replace the motors on existing feed systems.  

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DIY Curtain Repair
DIY Curtain Repair
Having holes and tears in a ventilation curtain doesn’t necessarily mean it needs replacing.  We walk you through the simple repair steps using both tape and patches with glue.   A step-by-step video tutorial is also available on our YouTube channel CLICK HERE to watch.
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Use static pressure to monitor tunnel ventilation
Use static pressure to monitor tunnel ventilation

Learn how to read static pressure for keys to troubleshooting and correcting tunnel ventilation systems.

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Stir fans...know what you're buying.
Stir fans...know what you're buying.

Learn how to interpret performance figures for circulation and stir fans.

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