What is meant by electro chlorination system?
That would mean a saltwater pool. With a salt water pool the water is run through a electronic chlorinater this is a device that separates chlorine from the salt turns it into chlorine gas which is then simultaneously dissolved into the water. you never have to add chlorine.
Explain using bullet points and an explanation the procedures used when faultfinding in electro-pneumatic and electro hydraulic systems?
Monochlorination of ethane to ethyl chloride is more practical than chlorination of npentane Give reasons?
If you are adding salt to a salt water pool with a salt water chlorination system and the TDS level does not go up then the problem probably lies with the chlorination system not working (the electrolysis unit or power supply). Adding salt directly to the pool will increase the TDS (Total Dissolved Salts) concentration of the water.
Select the salt water chlorination system you would like to use. this will come with specifications and instructions on how to retrofit the unit onto an existing pool filtration system. It is difficult to give instructions on how to do something when the exact nature of the materials available is not known.
John Logie Baird was credited with the first working television in 1925. However, there were many other people who had been working on television for many years by that time. Baird's system was an electro-mechanical system, meaning it had moving mechanical parts to build a moving image. Philo Farnsworth also demonstrated an electro-mechanical system in 1927 and by 1929 had changed the system to eliminate the moving parts. Farnsworth was the first person to show…
If your computer is using a CRT (instead of an LCD or plasma screen), the electromagnet is causing the electron beam to "bend" as it passes across the screen to make the image. If your computer uses a hard-drive, electro-magnets are used to position the read/write head, to spin the disk and to write to the head. An electro magnet is also used to spin the motor of the cooling fan(s). Electro-magnets are part of…