Centrifugal Force Apparatus
The unit enables the forces exerted on rotating masses to be studied. The core of the unit is a rotating arm with a vertical axis of rotation. Mass bodies made of metal are anchored to the arm in retaining holes. The centrifugal force exerted is transmitted from the arm to a bending bar. The deformation of the bar, which is proportional to the force, is recorded by an electronic measuring system and is displayed digitally. The rotational speed of the regulated drive motor, also displayed digitally, can be continuously adjusted using a 10-turn potentiometer. In operation a transparent protective lid covers all rotating parts but nevertheless ensures a clear view of the experiment. The table unit can be set up where required and does need to be clamped in place, the unit is also portable.
Solar Gear Apparatus
Solar Gear Apparatus Many in cooler climates with less solar energy available have concerns about switching to solar geysers. These systems can still save energy and money for this group since they can be used in conjunction with gas or electric water heaters. An indirect circulation system is best for these climates. Switching to the solar geysers during the summer and sunnier days of spring and fall can save consumers a lot of energy since solar power costs nothing. It also gives peace of mind that, since solar power doesn’t give off greenhouse emissions that the environment is being protected. Another perk to using solar geysers is that during power outages it kicks in to full gear for consumer convenience.