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Jet or Submersible Pump for Cool Cell Systems?
Jet or Submersible Pump for Cool Cell Systems?
Our engineers discuss the differences between using a jet or submersible pump to fill evaporative cooling systems
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Ag  Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 3, Pumps & Sumps
Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 3, Pumps & Sumps
In part 3, we compare  pump and sump tanks options for Hog Slat’s Evaporative System.
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Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 2, Pad and Fasteners
Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 2, Pad and Fasteners
In part 2, we compare pad, distribution and fasteners of Hog Slat’s Evap System against competitive brands.
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Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 1, Troughs
Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 1, Troughs
In part 1, we compare Hog Slat’s trough design and features against competitive brands.
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Engineering Grower Select
Engineering Grower Select
Frank Harris, Head of Hog Slat’s Engineering Department, spoke with us about the development of the GrowerSELECT product line.
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Grower Select Curtain Machine
Grower Select Curtain Machine
The GrowerSELECT® Curtain Machine is a great example of making changes to existing products to improve performance and reduce maintenance.
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More Than You Ever Wanted to Know about Curtain Machine Load Blocks
More Than You Ever Wanted to Know about Curtain Machine Load Blocks
An overview of the material makeup of the GrowerSELECT® load block
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Changing Fan V-belts
Changing Fan V-belts
When and why we should change our v-belts
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Hog Slat's Wind Tunnel Key to Constant Fan Improvement
Hog Slat's Wind Tunnel Key to Constant Fan Improvement
Hog Slat’s AirStorm and Windstorm ventilation fans are designed and tested using an Airflow Performance Test Chamber
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Grower Select reduces Margin Stacking
Grower Select reduces Margin Stacking
Margin Stacking is a term that may or may not be familiar to you
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