To create the water/air proof heat welded seam, Celina uses the FX100 – a ducting creation station made by Miller Weldmaster. A single operator is able to set up and run the FX100, maximizing the efficiency of production when combined with the already stellar features:
While I’m not advocating for you to add air lock systems to barns (although imagine the super-sci-fi looking farm you would have), it does point out that there are many small ways in which simple additions can have great effects on heating and cooling systems. While it may not seem like much, Fan Covers from Celina Tent can keep out a large amount of chilly air over the coming winter.
Why are we looking at hay tarps? There’s no point in rolling (or … squaring?) a bale of hay to just let it all go to waste, and on the off chance that you don’t have barn space for hay you’re going to have to find a decent way to keep it protected.
For the uninitiated, pontoon boats are stored at docks that are equipped with framework covers that raise and lower. The cover for pontoons is secured to the frame, connected to the dock and lowered over a moored pontoon boat. This keeps the interior of the pontoon boat protected since the common style of boat doesn’t have roofing over the majority of the craft. This provides protection from rain, windy conditions, and so on.