July 16, 2010 on 5:35 pm

Evaporative coolers reduces the air temperature when water evaporates. Evaporative coolers, commonly called “swamp coolers,” use this effect to cool homes and work places. Evaporative coolers have a low first cost, use a lot less electricity than conventional air conditioners, and do not use refrigerants. Have you ever noticed how cool it feels near a waterfall on a hot summer day? It’s the same concept.

Evaporative coolers are sized based on cubic feet per minute (cfm) of airflow. Airflow for evaporative coolers is typically higher than conventional air conditioning systems. Two to three cfm per square foot or three to four cfm per square foot in hot desert climates is typical.

When operating an evaporative cooler, windows are opened part way to allow warm indoor air to escape as it is replaced by cooled air. Unlike central air conditioning systems that recirculate the same air, evaporative coolers provide a steady stream of fresh air into the house.   Control the cooler’s air movement through the house by adjusting window openings. Open the windows or vents on the leeward side of the house to provide 1–2 square feet of opening for each 1,000 cfm of cooling capacity.

TPI 12" Evaporative Cooler

July 14, 2010 on 7:48 pm

TPI whole house fans are a perfect way to turn off your AC unit and keep your home cool during the summer.  These fans are a great way to keep cool in the summer. Use a whole house fan to exhaust the stale hot air from your house. Whole house fans are economical to purchase and operate, costing much less than air conditioners. Shutters automatically open when the fan turns on and close tightly when the fan is turned off. This keeps drafts from coming through the fan during cold weather.  TPI Fans are belt driven fans that come in 24″, 30″, and 36″ .

TPI Whole House Fans

July 13, 2010 on 8:48 pm

We have come up with a simple buyers guide for our Stoko Skin Care line. Take a look and let me know if any of you have any more questions.

Question: Why should I buy Kresto Skin Care products?

Answer: Stockhausen, Inc. has been a world leader in skin care since 1935, when we developed the first synthetic detergent, which is much more skin compatible than regular soap. Kresto and Solopol and are designed to help protect, clean and moisturize leaving the skin in good condition, even at the end of a hard working day.

Question: Do any of your hand cleaners remove grease?

Answer: Yes, we have several heavy-duty cleaners that are excellent against grease and oil. Try our #1 seller Kresto 87045 where a strong hand cleaner is needed.

Question: Do any of your hand cleaners contain pumice?

Answer: The scrubber that is contained in all STOKO Skin Care products that contain scrubber, is purified, all-natural powdered walnut shell.

Question: How is a walnut shell scrubber better than other scrubbers?

Answer: Walnut shell scrubbers provide strong cleansing power without harming your skin or the environment. Walnut shell scrubbers are not harsh on the skin like pumice, plastic, sand, or wood flour. Our walnut shell scrubbers are bleached to ensure quality and cleanliness and are 100% biodegradable. Some other scrubbers like pumice or plastic can cause plumbing problems because they are not biodegradable but walnut shell powder will not clog sinks and drains.

Question:Do Stoko Skin Care products Contain Solvent?

Answer: Solopol Hand Cleaners are 100% Solvent Free.

July 8, 2010 on 6:26 pm

LPS KB 88 is the newest penetrate to the JD Industrial Line of Lubricants and penetrating oils.   We compared this product against PB Blaster and it outperformed it on every application.  KB 88 is formulated to attack and quickly release rusted and corroded nuts, bolts, hinges and other frozen components. With a high KB solvency value, low surface tension and special additives, KB 88 enhances penetration, lubrication and corrosion attack. The unique penetrate outperforms the competition in independent lab tests. Check out our video below to deminstrate the power of LPS KB 88!