Monthly Archives: June 2012

Land Companies

The State is impelled to take care of the propagandas of the finances and to stimulate the growth of great international hegemonic groups, investing in the space in order to facilitate the flows and creates incentives in order to facilitate the installation of great companies, an action destined not to all, but to one parcel of companies who are the detentoras of the great world-wide capital and that with passing of the years they degrade each time more the experience space, if mattering with the future damages for the society, what already it comes occurring, unhappyly already we are not harvesting the fruits of this action. Meanwhile, according to Saints (2000), the care with the local populations is each lesser time, the investments in infrastructure, housing, feeding, health and education is lesser. The concept of Territory is forgotten, the patriotic feeling is minimized, the great ones companies if install in the countries that go to bring a bigger profit with a lower cost of production, these points are explored, being removed all the profit potential and being able to be abandoned to any time, not having a bond, a social responsibility, something sustainable for determined space, what it has is only one usurpation of the resources there gifts in exchange for some jobs, therefore, this globalization excludes most of the territories, companies, institutions and people. Conclusion the dialectic man/nature is in the base of the process of development and transformation of the societies human beings. The geographic space is one of the basic aspects of the call ' ' second natureza' ' , that servant for the man, practical consequence of the social one on the material base that constitutes ' ' first nature: ' ' The history of the man on the Land is the history of a gradual rupture between the man and entorno. This process if speeds up when, praticamenteao exactly time, the man if it discovers as individual and it initiates the mechanization of the planet, arming itself of new instruments to try dominates it.

Polyelectrolyte MIC

PKN device intended to determine the coefficient of swelling clays. During the development of deposits of clay can change its volume and thereby significantly affect the recovery. Clay productive reservoirs in the mostly composed of kaolinite, montmorillonite and hydromica minerals, which have different swelling. One of the important requirements for the reagent used for injection to increase recovery is the reduction of swelling clays or completely prevent it. To determine the swelling of the clay used a special device KNP-2. Specifications: Corrosion-resistant housing. Scale indicator: 0.01 mm Working stroke indicator: 11.5 mm Overall dimensions: 65h85h415 Weight, kg: 0.7 Products supplied include: device KNP-2 manual. 'Chemical' – a wide range of chemical products, equipment and appliances.

Chemical products for industrial and laboratory supplies, organic and inorganic acids and bases, salts with organic and inorganic acids, organic solvents, indicators. The equipment necessary for full functioning of a modern laboratory equipment for nefteanaliza, chromatographic and electrochemical analysis, equipment to analyze the physical and chemical parameters for any media, as well as ancillary laboratory equipment for sampling and sample preparation, weighing equipment, thermostat and heating equipment, mixing devices, electrical laboratory equipment. Hydrometer ADB-1, EBE-2 Viscometer, Cone spreadability of the CD-1, CTC Laboratory LGR-3 mixer LMR-1, OM-Drain 2, pycnometer P-1, instrument Vick, BM-6, SVC-01, KC 3, KC-5, SNS-2, Stalagmometr ST-1, KNP-2 device, cylinder stability CA-2. NTF-acid-OEDF acid, lime, borax, 5 water, 10 water, Mel, caustic soda technical, Polyelectrolyte MIC-402 and Silica gel IBC, KSKG, SHSMG, Sulfatsell-2 Sulfonol, Activated carbon, Mud powder, barite, dolomite weighting, CSSC, Neonol, saponified tall pitch VPRG reagent (dry hydrolyzed polyacrylonitrile) Reapon, Sial, FHLS-M, GL-1 Graphite, Graphite lubricants, greases, thread and surfactant consignment note PKD-515, OT Wetting -7, OP-10, Penta-465, CMC, PAC-B, PAC-N SNPH, corrosion inhibitor Vikor.

Standard Containers

The standard containers are tall 8'6 "(8 feet 6 inches – 2.59 m) with a notation DV, also known as DC. Container height 9'6 "(9 feet 6 inches – 2.90 m) are considered high, HC, also known as HQ. Among the most common types of include: container 20 feet (6.1 m) container of 40 feet (12.2 m), standard, high. There are also PW (width 2.5 m), OT (c canvas, opening roof), HT (c metal, opening roof). The dimensions are chosen so that the container can transported by truck, rail and sea container vessels. Shipping containers, originally produced by American standards.

But since their size does not fit the European road conditions, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), after lengthy negotiations, was introduced to the current date, standardized (ISO 830 1981) container. 20 foot container weighs 2,300 kg, 40 'container 3900 kg. Loading 20 feet container is about 21.7 tons, 33 m of 40 feet container 26.5 m by 67.6 m . In recent years, was introduced by 45-foot container length (13.72 m). It provides more space for storage, especially when it is advantageous to transport bulky cargo. In addition, it can be transported on a standard trailer truck, without exceeding the maximum permissible length.

45 foot container is a direct competitor to conventional trailers in Europe. Thus, according to the shipping industry, these containers will replace the conventional semi-trailers. Shipping containers are so reliable in design, they are placed, each other, in thirteen or more rows. There are different versions of special containers such as refrigerated containers for perishable goods, tank containers for liquid and gaseous substances, containers for transportation of motor vehicles, containers for temporary housing or containers for transportation of animals. Each shipping container has its own number, it consists of four uppercase letters (prefix), three of which determine the owner of the container, the six digits and one check digit. In the section 'ISO Code' you can find information on the coding of containers (ISO 6346 1995) and interpretation of symbols printed on them.