Dust Collector, Housekeeping Equipment – Santoni India #industrial #dust #collector #systems


Profile Background
Santoni Electric was conceptualized way back in 1983 with the idea of being pro-active towards pollution control and energy efficient housekeeping solutions. Today, it is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company.

As acknowledged by over 12,000 installations across India and various parts of the world, Santoni has provided unique and effective solutions to the problems of the industry.

The R interact with the client and the engineers/technicians who have hands on knowledge of various aspects of the problem and device innovative solutions.


“This is to certify that we, at Diamond International Pvt Ltd. is satisified with the installation of Dust Collector to collect the grindingh dust from our Spring Grinding Process.”

Kamal Gupta, Diamond International Pvt Ltd.

“We had procured Santoni High Pressure Water Jet Cleaner and we are using the equipment for the past one year and the performance of the machine as well as after sales service is found to be satisfactory.”

“We are using Machine Vacuum Cleaner Wetpik-200 B at out plant in Gurgaon from the last 15 years. The performance of the machine is Satisfactory.”

Rahul Kumar, R P Printers

“We are pleased to recommend your machines, as we are satisified with our purchase. Specifically. we had bought from you. Machines have exceeded our expectations both in build quality and performance.”

Gulraj S Shahpuri, Shahpuri Estate Pvt Ltd.

Installations Santoni has been a pioneer in the industry since 1983 we are celebrating our 30th Year of Excellence!In the last three decades, Santoni has come across various kinds of applications.

The project completion and success rate has been 100%. And the biggest proof of this is that our valued customers have been giving us repeat orders for their increasing requirements.

Head Office :
B-276, Outer Ring Road
Chittaranjan Park
New Delhi -110019, India
Tel: +91-11-26276478 / 26277210

Plot No.20, Sector -27C
Faridabad 121003, Haryana, India
Tel: +91-129-4040972

With Pneumatic Conveying Options

  • Chemical Industry: Johnson Matthey India Ltd.(Kanpur)-Central Vac System Read More
  • High Pressure Hose Manufacture: Order Recieved for CVS Read More
  • Mining Industry: Graphite Classification System Read More
  • Buffing Machines: Metal Dust Collector at Source Read More
  • Surgical Needles Read More
  • Proud to Announce Official Tie-Up with Cleanfix, Switzerland Read More
  • Official Tie Up with Hefter Cleantech Germany, Germany Read More
  • Official Tie Up with Santoemma, Italy Read More
  • Official Tie Up with Stolzenberg, GermanyRead More
  • Full Range of Cleaning Tools for Mechanical Operations Launched!Read More
  • UberVAC Series of Vacuum Systems Launched!Read More
  • UberJET Series of High Pressure Water Cleaners Launched! Read More

About Santoni

Santoni Electric, an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, was started in 1983, with a nobel idea of pollution control and energy efficient solutions. Today, it is known for its high performance application specific products industry like dust collector .

As acknowledged by over 12,000 installations across India and various parts of the world, Santoni has provided unique and effective dust collection solutions to the problems of the industry.


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Barlow Insurance – Special Coverage for Special Cars #insurance #for #kit


Copyright � 2012 Barlow Insurance

For Fun, Nostalgia and Amusement,
From The Village Region
Antique Automobile Club of America,
Old Car Movies and Ads
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Special Coverage for Special Cars

Barlow Insurance offers exceptional insurance for your classic automobile collection, whether you have one car or a dozen. Agreed-value coverage means your collection is insured for its true value. Newly-purchased cars are automatically covered for up to 30 days. Other features include:

  • Low Premiums
  • Multi-Car Discount
  • Good-Driver Discount
  • Flexible Usage
  • Up To Unlimited Mileage
  • Coverage for Spare Parts
  • Earthquake, Flood and Windstorm Coverage
  • Deductible Options
  • Easy Application Process

Contact us today for more information!

Plans or coverage may vary. Not all coverages available on all policies – please read your policy for accurate description of coverage. This website only provides a general description of the coverage we provide and should not be construed as altering the insuring agreements, terms, conditions, exclusions and endorsements of the policy itself. Please read your policy carefully *CA ONLY* Not available in all states.

Sorry we do not insure daily-use vehicles. Our program was created for most collector vehicles 20 years or older, as well as some exotic cars up to new, replicas and vintage motorcycles. But unlike other collector car products, we won’t limit the miles you can drive. California admitted A rated or better carriers.

Click here to watch our video about Collector Car Insurance Made Easy

Click here to watch American Modern’s collector car specialist claims team restore a ’65 Chevrolet Malibu SS

Click here to watch our video about our quality boat insurance

Submitting Vehicle Photos

When submitting photos of your vehicle to be insured, the purpose is to show the value of the vehicle, and support the value being insured. So it is important to show all four sides of the vehicle (front, back, left, right), as well as the engine and interior. This can be accomplished with four photos. The first photo shown here is a quarter-shot taken from the front-right of the car, and clearly shows the front and right-side of the vehicle. The second photo shown is a quarter-shot from the left-rear. (Be sure that your quarter shots are from opposite sides of the vehicle, so that both left and right sides of the vehicle are shown.) The third photo shown is of the engine. Even when taking the picture outside with sunlight, it is a good idea to use “fill-flash” to avoid dark shadows in the engine compartment. The last picture shown gives a sample view of the interior. This image shows the upholstery, but not the dashboard. Remember, the purpose of the pictures is to demonstrate the value of the vehicle, so if you have put a lot of time, energy and money into the upholstery, make sure it is shown in the photo. If the dashboard is where the money is, make sure it is included in the photo as well.

For more tips on photographing your car to look its best, you can download this one-page (PDF) guide with lots of great tips from CobraCountry.com. (You can also find the long version at this link .)

(Photos used by permission.)


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Active solar energy system #active #solar #energy #system, #air #collector, #liquid-based


active solar energy system

An active solar energy system is a solar water or space-heating system that uses pumps or fans to circulate the fluid from the solar collectors to a storage tank subsystem. There are two basic types of active solar heating systems based on the type of fluid either liquid or air that is heated in the solar energy collectors. Liquid-based systems heat water or an antifreeze solution in a “hydronic” collector, whereas air-based systems heat air in an air collector.

Both of these systems collect and absorb solar radiation. then transfer the solar heat directly to the interior space or to a storage system, from which the heat is distributed. If the system cannot provide adequate space heating, an auxiliary or back-up system provides the additional heat. Liquid systems are more often used when storage is included, and are well suited for radiant heating systems. boilers with hot water radiators, and even absorption heat pumps and coolers. Both air and liquid systems can supplement forced air systems. To learn more about these two types of active solar heating, see the following sections:

  • solar air heating
  • solar liquid heating

Economics and other benefits of active solar heating systems

Active solar heating systems are most cost-effective when they are used for most of the year, that is, in cold climates with good solar resources. They are most economical if they are displacing more expensive heating fuels, such as electricity, propane, and oil heat. Some states offer sales tax exemptions, income tax credits or deductions, and property tax exemptions or deductions for solar energy systems so that is good information to have handy when you are filing your taxes for the year. It could essentially reimburse you for quite a bit of the cost of the system.

The cost of an active solar heating system will vary. Commercial systems range from $30 to $80 per square foot of collector area, installed. Usually, the larger the system, the less it costs per unit of collector area. Commercially available collectors come with warranties of 10 years or more, and should easily last decades longer. The economics of an active space heating system improve if it also heats domestic water, because an otherwise idle collector can heat water in the summer.

Heating your home with an active solar energy system can significantly reduce your fuel bills in the winter. A solar heating system will also reduce the amount of air pollution and greenhouse gases that result from your use of fossil fuels such as oil, propane, and natural gas for heating or that may be used to generate the electricity that you use.

Selecting and sizing a solar heating system

Selecting the appropriate solar energy system depends on factors such as the site, design, and heating needs of your house. Local covenants may restrict your options; for example homeowner associations may not allow you to install solar collectors on certain parts of your house (although many homeowners have been successful in challenging such covenants).

The local climate, the type and efficiency of the collector(s), and the collector area determine how much heat a solar heating system can provide. It is usually most economical to design an active system to provide 40%�80% of the home’s heating needs. Systems providing less than 40% of the heat needed for a home are rarely cost-effective except when using solar air heater collectors that heat one or two rooms and require no heat storage. A well-designed and insulated home that incorporates passive solar heating techniques will require a smaller and less costly heating system of any type, and may need very little supplemental heat other than solar.

Besides the fact that designing an active system to supply enough heat 100% of the time is generally not practical or cost effective, most building codes and mortgage lenders require a back-up heating system. Supplementary or back-up systems supply heat when the solar system can not meet heating requirements. They can range from a wood stove to a conventional central heating system.

Controls for solar heating systems

Controls for solar heating systems are usually more complex than those of a conventional heating system, because they have to analyze more signals and control more devices (including the conventional, backup heating system). Solar controls use sensors, switches, and/or motors to operate the system. The system uses other controls to prevent freezing or extremely high temperatures in the collectors.

The heart of the control system is a differential thermostat, which measures the difference in temperature between the collectors and storage unit. When the collectors are 10��20�F (5.6��11�C) warmer than the storage unit, the thermostat turns on a pump or fan to circulate water or air through the collector to heat the storage medium or the house.

The operation, performance, and cost of these controls vary. Some control systems monitor the temperature in different parts of the system to help determine how it is operating. The most sophisticated systems use microprocessors to control and optimize heat transfer and delivery to storage and zones of the house.

It is possible to use a solar panel to power low voltage, direct current (DC) blowers (for air collectors) or pumps (for liquid collectors). The output of the solar panels matches available solar heat gain to the solar collector. With careful sizing, the blower or pump speed is optimized for efficient solar gain to the working fluid. During low sun conditions the blower or pump speed is slow, and during high solar gain, they run faster.

When used with a room air collector, separate controls may not be necessary. This also ensures that the system will operate in the event of utility power outage. A solar power system with battery storage can also provide power to operate a central heating system, though this is expensive for large systems.

Building codes, covenants, and regulations for solar heating systems

Before installing a solar energy system, you should investigate local building codes, zoning ordinances, and subdivision covenants, as well as any special regulations pertaining to the site. You will probably need a building permit to install a solar energy system onto an existing building.

Not every community or municipality initially welcomes residential renewable energy installations. Although this is often due to ignorance or the comparative novelty of renewable energy systems, you must comply with existing building and permit procedures to install your system.

The matter of building code and zoning compliance for a solar system installation is typically a local issue. Even if a statewide building code is in effect, it’s usually enforced locally by your city, county, or parish. Common problems homeowners have encountered with building codes include the following:

  • Exceeding roof load
  • Unacceptable heat exchangers
  • Improper wiring
  • Unlawful tampering with potable water supplies

Potential zoning issues include these:

  • Obstructing sideyards
  • Erecting unlawful protrusions on roofs
  • Siting the system too close to streets or lot boundaries

Special area regulations such as local community, subdivision, or homeowner’s association covenants also demand compliance. These covenants, historic district regulations, and flood-plain provisions can easily be overlooked. To find out what’s needed for local compliance, contact your local jurisdiction’s zoning and building enforcement divisions and any appropriate homeowner’s, subdivision, neighborhood, and/or community association(s).

Installing and maintaining your solar heating system

How well an active solar energy system performs depends on effective siting, system design, and installation, and the quality and durability of the components. The collectors and controls now manufactured are of high quality. The biggest factor now is finding an experienced contractor who can properly design and install the system.

Once a system is in place, it has to be properly maintained to optimize its performance and avoid breakdowns. Different systems require different types of maintenance, but you should figure on 8�16 hours of maintenance annually. You should set up a calendar with a list of maintenance tasks that the component manufacturers and installer recommends.

Most solar water heaters are automatically covered under your homeowner’s insurance policy. However, damage from freezing is generally not. Contact your insurance provider to find out what its policy is. Even if your provider will cover your system, it is best to inform them in writing that you own a new system.

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