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MOTORES DE PROPULSIÓN AUXILIAR PARA ATUNERO

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Obeki diseña, fabrica y suministra dos motores para Propulsión Auxiliar del Buque Atunero "IZARO", actualmente en construcción en los diques que el Astillero Zamakona tiene en el País Vasco. Estos motores suministrarán 500 kW de Potencia cada uno, destinados a propulsar la embarcación durante sus maniobras habituales. Los motores cuentan con la certificación de Bureau Veritas (BV)

2013-07-16 09:14:34

OBEKI en prensa II

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La publicación Empresa XXI se hace eco de la súltimas novedades de Obeki en el campo del i+D+i

2013-02-19 08:41:10

OBEKI en prensa I

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La publicación Empresa XXI se hace eco de la súltimas novedades de Obeki en el campo del i+D+i

Tilt and Turn Windows Tilt and turn windows are very popular in new homes, apartments, condominiums, and mobile homes. More attractive to consumers is the way they improve the quality of air in the home, especially in the winter when the heat loss through the windows is higher. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) reports that the national average for residential energy use for heating and cooling was 47% for the winter of 2020-2020. This includes air conditioning, laundry, cooking, and cleaning of homes, offices, and businesses. The biggest cause for this was the increased internal load factor, which means that more air was being pushed into the room than it could handle. This decreased the heating and cooling costs for most homeowners. All this reduced energy bills. Tilt and turn windows not only increase the air circulation in the room, but also help to lower temperatures in the winter. The reflective properties of glass allow the house to radiate heat or cool the air, depending on the position of the window and the orientation of the tilt. It is more effective for the room to have a south-southeast tilt, where the temperature is typically lower in the winter, than a north-south tilt, where the temperature is usually higher. Tilts can be manually adjusted or automatically adjusted by sensors. Tilts can be as low as four degrees, or as high as 48 degrees. The first option allows the windows to be closed more or less as desired, while the latter allows more natural light in the room. Special tint can be added to the glass to make the window look darker. Tint has varying shades of light and dark, and it can be opaque or translucent. Different colors can be custom-selected for the tint, and shades can be changed after the tint is set. Tints can be a solid color or a pattern. Solid colors look better against the wall, while patterns look better on the ceiling. Other materials can be used to create patterns, such as metallic or clear acrylic. Glass blocks sound, and its reflectivity makes glare less noticeable. High-efficiency windows are often tinted to reduce heat loss through the windows. These windows give off less heat and energy than standard frames, but they are still more energy efficient than regular windows. Tilt and turn windows are not the same as tinted windows. One cannot control the level of tinting, nor can it be changed later. Tint and windows are best suited for rooms that will be used for many years, such as bedrooms and bathrooms. There are some very attractive tilt and turn styles available. Wood grain is one of the most attractive, though it may not be practical for large areas of wall or curtain. Patterns, such as decorative tiles, provide a stylish, yet practical, option. Customizing tints is an easier way to choose a window that matches your taste. It can be made to order to blend with existing patterns, including paint, hardware, and curtains. Windows can be designed to meet the needs of individual occupants, or it can be created for a specific architectural style. Frames can be fabricated from dark wood or aluminum, and they can be stained or painted to match the furnishings and fixtures. Lighting, insulation, and heating and cooling options can be custom-made as well.

2013-02-19 08:40:39