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Starfish Jandal Black/White | Clever Clogs NZ

We are proud to introduce the Aussie Soles range to our customers, these jandals/thongs are designed for comfort and durability.

    • Aussie Soles world famous Starfish orthotic jandal and sandals come with some cool new features for extra comfort and support. 

        • Anatomically correct orthotic arch support
        • Anatomically correct heel cup
        • Metatarsal support tarsal bar
        • Vegan friendly single injection construction, so ‘NO’ plugs to break
        • Wide based starfish tread to leave your mark on every beach
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Jandeys – Jandals, flip flops, thongs

Company Profile

 


Hi there! If you’ve made it to this page via our homepage, you’ve probably worked out that we make jandals. Our aim is pretty simple, we’re all about keeping your feet cool by producing jandals
that you, your mates and even your mate’s old man are happy to slip onto your feet.


 

Jandeys is a global jandal brand from New Zealand. We design and manufacture flip flops, or jandals as we call them in New Zealand. We’re known for producing top-quality jandals made from soft
natural rubber soles and comfortable PVC straps.  We use our own original molds making Jandeys unique and original. We work with retailers, distributors and sell online. Feel free to
get in contact for more details.

 

How Jandeys Got Started

 
In our native New Zealand, jandals are so popular they are regarded as a national icon. Like many people, we love wearing jandals. We wear them to work, to the beach, to restaurants – we
pretty much live in them. Back in the 1950s, a fellow Kiwi made the world’s first rubber jandals. Nowadays, they are worn by millions of people worldwide.

 

Back in 2011, we knew that New Zealand did not have its own jandal brand of any real quality or style. We wanted to change that to be able to share this iconic Kiwi product with people around the
world. 

 

Jandeys was established in 2012. Our ongoing objective is to create natural rubber jandals that people love wearing as much as we do. Awesome looking, comfortable Jandeys jandals that Kiwis
love.

 

 

Our Logo

 

Our logo was designed to represent a jandal strap. However, instead of the top point being centered, it has been created using the same proportions made famous by Leonardo da Vinci’s painting,
the Vitruvian Man – a painting based on perfect human proportions. The painting is sometimes called the Proportions of Man. Jandeys takes inspiration from this as our distinct range of jandals
are carefully molded and shaped to suit the proportions of your feet. Added to this, our high-quality natural rubber quickly molds to the shape of your feet for additional comfort. 

 

History of the Jandal

 

There is certainly some debate about the person first accredited for bringing rubber jandals into the world. Many say it was New Zealander, Morris Yock in the early 1950s, while others argue it
was an Englishman (living in Hong Kong and later in New Zealand), John Cowie in the late 1940s. For now, the dispute may have been put on ice and left for their family members to deliberate on,
but one thing’s for sure, the jandal, an amalgam of ‘Japanese sandal’ is still so popular in New Zealand with over 80% of Kiwis admitting they own a pair and more than 60% revealing they own 2 or
more pairs.

 

An interesting fact about jandals in New Zealand is that more left-footed ones seem to wash up on Kiwi beaches than right-footed ones – 23 years of evidence from a study of Northland beaches
found that 70% of washed-up jandals were left-footed. The reason for this is debatable but one theory is that it’s because of the way (predominantly right-footed) New Zealand boaties launch their
boats, leaving their left foot in the water while they push off from a beach or boat ramp.

 

Jandals are known around the world by many different names:

 

Thongs in Australia.
Plakkies and slip-slops (or just slops) in South Africa.
Go-aheads in the South Pacific.
Flip flops in the UK and Canada.
Chappal in India and Pakistan. 
Jia jiao tuo (夾腳拖) in Taiwan.
Flip flops in the USA or clam diggers in Texas.

Slippers in Singapore and Malaysia.
Chinelos in Brazil. 
Tsinelas in the Philippines.
Tongs in France.
Sayonares (σαγιονάρες) in Greece. 
Japonki in Poland.

Chancletas in Spain. 
Shlyopantsi (шлёпанцы) in Russia and Ukraine.
Ojotas in Argentina.

Klip klappere in Denmark.

Sandals, setta or zōri in Japan.

Žabky (little frogs) or vietnamky in the Czech Republic.

Papuci in Romania.

Peullib peullab (플립플랍) in Korea.

Dép tông in Vietnam.

Schlapfen in Austria.

Slippers in Hawaii.

Djapanki in Bulgaria.

Infradito in Italy.

 

Oh yeah: We use Facebook quite a bit, so become a fan and keep in touch with us!

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30 New Zealand Slang Words to Sound Like a Native

You feel like you are doing well in English class.

You are confident that you have achieved an advanced level of English.

Then you sit down to talk with some locals, and you realize you do not understand anything they are saying!

Has this happened to you?

You are not alone! Learning the slang of a language is one of the more confusing parts of learning to actually speak to real people.

Slang words are very casual words that are used by certain groups of people. British people, for example, might say “cheers” when they’re saying goodbye, but Americans prefer “see ya.”

Understanding the local slang will make it easier for you to have conversations with the people who live in the area. Learning slang words is also a fun way to understand a new culture better.

Because so many countries speak English, English slang words differ a lot around the world.

New Zealand is a British colony with the official languages being British English and Māori. While New Zealand and Australian slang features a lot of cross-over and the locals typically do not have a problem understanding each other, New Zealand has some fun slang words of its own.

If you are interested in learning the English words used in the area, these New Zealand slang words will help you sound like a native!


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1. Kiwi

The word “kiwi” has three meanings in New Zealand:

  • New Zealand’s iconic bird,
  • A small oval fruit that looks like a kiwi bird without legs or a beak with green or yellow flesh and small black seeds inside.

Typically, when you hear a New Zealander talking about a Kiwi, unless the conversation is about food or native animals of New Zealand, they are talking about another New Zealander. And no, for the record, New Zealanders did not name themselves after the world-famous fruit. New Zealanders are proud of their fuzzy, flightless, nocturnal, endemic kiwi bird so much that they named themselves after it.

When and why New Zealanders started calling themselves Kiwis is not well understood, but they say will always say it with pride.

Example sentences:

“I met some Kiwis over the weekend.”

“There are three Kiwis on this island.”

2. Kia Ora

This is a formal, casual and polite way to say hello. This is not precisely slang, as it comes from the native Māori language, but you will hear it as a greeting in New Zealand a lot even when the rest of the conversation is in English.

Example sentence:

“Kia Ora! How are you today?”

3. Bro

“Bro” is a shortened form of “brother” but used in a more casual sense toward friends in the same way Australians would use “mate.”

Example sentences:

“These are my bros.”

“How are you doing, bro?”

4.

Arvo

A shortened word for the afternoon. “Arvo”—sometimes spelled “Avo” in text language—is shared with Australian slang.

Example sentence:

“What are the plans this arvo?”

5. Heaps

While heaps is not technically a slang word and is actually an English word you can find in the dictionary, it is one that seems to be used more by New Zealanders and Australians than other English speakers.

To the point that as a New Zealander abroad myself, I have been asked by many North Americans and Europeans what this word means!

Example sentences:

“There were heaps of people on the beach.”

“I have heaps of clothes in my wardrobe.”

“Wow, that’s heaps of food.”

6. Togs

“Togs” refers to any swimming costume, bikini, one-piece, trunks or, in other words, a swimsuit. This is universally understood throughout New Zealand and a lot of Australia.

Example sentences:

“I just need to grab my togs before we head to the beach.”

“My togs are still wet.”

7. Pants

Trousers. Although in some places, “pants” can refer to undergarments, “pants” throughout Australia and New Zealand mean trousers, not underwear. So now we are all clear that the following sentence is not as weird.

Example sentence:

“Oh no, I ripped a hole in my pants.”

8. Undies or panties

This one does mean underwear.

Example sentence:

“I need to buy some undies.”

9. Jandals

New Zealanders derived the term jandals from the name “Japanese sandals.” North Americans call them “flip flops,” Australians call them “thongs” and South Australians call them “plakkies.”

If a Kiwi is wearing anything on their feet to the beach or river, it will probably be jandals.

Example sentence:

“I’ll just put on my jandals, and I’m ready to go.”

10. Gumboots

These are rubber boots or Wellington Boots, worn to stop the rain getting in. Also commonly worn by farmers or factory workers to protect their feet.

Example sentence:

“My gumboots are so dirty from the mud.”

11. Bach

A holiday or beach house. There is a New Zealand ideology that success comes when you have the car, the boat and the bach. The bach is an iconic Kiwi summer escape.

Since water is everywhere in New Zealand, baches are often found in remote parts of the country near the ocean surrounded in native bush.

Example sentence:

“We’re heading to the bach this weekend.”

12. Dairy

A dairy is a small grocery store or corner store. This is one that is very unique to New Zealand. If you asked an Australian where the local dairy is, they would direct you to the closest farm or look at you like you are mad.

The term “dairy” stems from small stores in the early 1900s that sold milk, butter and cheese products from the local dairy farms. The name stuck, and today every Kiwi will point you to their local corner store if you ask, “Where is the dairy?”

Example sentence:

“I’m going to the dairy to buy a pie and a drink.”

13. Op Shop

Short for “opportunity shop,” “op shops” are charity shops that sell second-hand clothing and household things. “Op shopping” is used when you are going to shop at the op shops.

Example sentence:

“I got this beautiful dress at the Op Shop.”

“Do you want to go op shopping with me this arvo?”

14. Loo

Another word for the toilet. This slang term is often used in the U.K. and Australia as well.

Example sentence:

“Excuse me, where is the loo?”

15.

Wop wops

This describes a rural area far from town.

Example sentence:

“I live in the wop wops.”

16. Tramping

Tramping is a term used for hiking long distances. Not to be confused with North American references to homeless people or prostitution.

Example sentence:

“This weekend, we went tramping through the Kaikoura ranges.”

17. O.E.

This stands for “overseas experience” and is a unique term to Kiwis and Aussies. Usually, young people go on their O.E. after high school or after university to travel the world and work abroad for a year or two.

Example sentences:

“She’s heading off to Europe for her big O.E. next year.”

“I’m on my O.E.”

18. Smoko

A short work break, usually 15-minutes long. Often, people smoke cigarettes at a smoko, hence the name, but with smoking becoming less popular, there still are many non-smokers who call their short 15-minute work breaks “smokos.

Example sentence:

“I’m just going for my smoko.”

19. Dole

The unemployment benefit. A “dole bludger” is someone who works the system to live off the dole because they do not want to work rather than they cannot work.

Example sentence:

“If I don’t find a job soon, I’m going to have to go on the dole.”

“He could get a job if he wanted to, he’s a dole bludger.”

20. Cheers

This usually means “thank you” but will also be heard when you clink glasses for celebrations or at the start of a meal. Like in Britain, it is sometimes also used as a goodbye phrase.

Depending on the region you are in, more commonly in the North Island, you may hear “Chur bro,” which means “Cheers bro.” “Chur bro” can also be used as a compliment, as in “good work.”

Example sentences:

“Here’s to good food and good company, Cheers!”

“Cheers for the beers, bro.

21. Choice

Say this when you want to tell someone “good work,” or “that’s great.”

Example sentence:

“Check out this car I’ve been renovating.” “That’s choice.”

22. Stoked

Used when you are super happy about something.

Example sentences:

“I got the job.” “Wow, you must be super stoked.”

“I’m stoked she’s actually going out with me.”

23. No sweat

This means “don’t worry about it!”

Example sentence:

“I can pay you back that $20 tomorrow.” “No sweat.”

24. Sweet as

This refers to something that is really good. This can be used as both a statement about something being really good or as an affirmative reply to a question.

Example sentences:

“That’s sweet as bro.”

“We’re going to the movies?” “Sweet as.

25. Yeah, nah

A commonly used way to say “no” or “probably not.”

Example sentences:

“Yeah, nah, that wasn’t funny.”

“Do you want milk with your coffee?” “Yeah, nah.”

26. Knackered

Exhausted.

Example sentence:

“I’m absolutely knackered today.”

27. Dodgy

Something unreliable or untrustworthy. Also sometimes shortened to “dodge.”

Example sentences:

“That person looks super dodge.”

“I feel sick, I think the chicken I ate might have been dodgy.”

28. Munted

This means something is broken or damaged in some way, often beyond repair.

Example sentences:

“That looks a bit munted, bro”

“My car is munted, but it still works.

29. Ripped off

When you overpaid for something. This term is also used in North America.

Example sentences:

“Oh no, you got ripped off.”

“That guy ripped me off.”

“How much did you pay for that? Sounds like a rip-off.”

30. Eh or ay

This means, “don’t you agree?” Typically only used in the spoken language at the end of a question or sentence that requires a response.

Example sentence:

“That was so much fun, eh!”

How to Use New Zealand Slang Words in a Conversation

Now that you are familiar with New Zealand slang, you will be stoked when you see your kiwi friend at smoko and they say, Kia Ora bro, cheers, how are you doing? I’m knackered. I finally got my dodgy car fixed, so it’s not munted anymore. I got ripped off by the mechanic, though. He wanted to change the tires as well, but I was like Yeah, nah, I earn as much as people on the dole.

“Anyway, do you want to grab your togs,  jandals, some spare clothes and undies after work this arvo and head to my family’s bach out in the wop wops? We can do heaps of swimming and tramping there over the weekend. You might need your gumboots, too. If it rains, the loo is outside, and it’s not a fun walk.

“I know a dairy on the way with some sweet as pies we can buy for dinner, eh. Plus, there’s a choice Op Shop we can stop at on the way home. I need to buy some new pants for my cousin’s O.E. going away party.”

Got all that?

Resources for Learning More New Zealand Slang

This list of 30 essential slang words is just the starting point in your learning Kiwi slang journey. An excellent resource for learning more is the New Zealand Slang website, which is solely dedicated to sharing Kiwi slang words and their meanings.

For people planning on moving to New Zealand for study or those who want to understand better the local language and culture, the NauMai NZ website has a great page about the local culture and lifestyle.

You can also check out FluentU’s English program.


FluentU takes real-world videos—like music videos, movie trailers, news and inspiring talks—and turns them into personalized language learning lessons.


Give it a free try and wake your inside Kiwi up!

 

Now get out there and put your New Zealand slang terms to use!


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The FluentU app and website makes it really easy to watch English videos. There are captions that are interactive. That means you can tap on any word to see an image, definition, and useful examples.

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Local Lingo: Utterly Acceptable Slang in Australia and New Zealand

Learning about languages, lifestyles and cultural differences can be a personal highlight of any travel adventure. After all, sameness is not what we’re after.

Case in point: Seasons are reversed in the Southern Hemisphere and driving is on the left.

Our resident destination experts are here to lend some insights on the catchphrases and common sayings you’ll hear in Australia and New Zealand, where the local lingo includes a witty, dry sense of humor. These helpful hints will come in handy for Crystal Symphony’s voyages Down Under in 2017, beginning with a spectacular winter holiday cruise this December.

Crystal Symphony in Sydney’s famous harbour

Local lingo: It’s not in the least offensive to use the terms Aussie and Kiwi.

Togs and thongs

The sun is shining, everyone is friendly, the locals comprise people from many different backgrounds, local wine is delicious, fresh seafood, meat and produce is abundant. And it’s all topped off with some of the best beaches in the world…just grab your sunnies, togs and thongs. What’s not to love? Awesome!

Local lingo: Sunglasses are sunnies. Togs is a swimsuit and thongs are flip flops in Australia, called jandals in New Zealand. Everything, including the most practical and mundane, can be described as “awesome.”

The Basics: Thank You and You’re Welcome

Aussies say they’re not in a rush and that the daily pace is noticeably slower. Yet, they save plenty of time with a shortened version of thank you, typically expressed as “Ta.” In response, you’ll hear “No worries,” which means “You’re welcome.” In New Zealand, you may hear “All good,” instead of “No worries” as a response. Variations include “Cheers!” for either “thank you” or “you’re welcome,” and in New Zealand, “Chur!” means the same thing. Got that? Good on ‘ya.

Blokes are Mates and Bros

In Australia, everyone is your “mate,” and that includes people you don’t know. Therefore, “Ta, mate,” is a perfectly acceptable way to thank a taxi driver in Sydney.

In New Zealand, replace “mate” with “bro,” and you’re all set. Of course, you can always use “gov,” as they used to do frequently in the U.K., or even “cuz,” which is short for cousin and useful for addressing females.

Really, truly

A skyline view of Auckland’s CBD, or Central Business District

By the way, downtown – whether it’s Melbourne, Australia or Auckland, New Zealand – is known as the CBD for Central Business District.

Aussies and Kiwis will often put ‘as’ at the end of adjectives to give emphasis. Examples include “lazy as,” “lovely as,”  “fast as,” and “common as.” When you hear “ow” (it used to be “oy”) attached to the end of phrases, you’ve met a genuine Kiwi. Also, it doesn’t mean anything at all.

How to Say OK

“Sweet as” is perhaps the third most common phrase after “awesome” and “no worries.” It means OK. The following exchange could take place in either Australia or New Zealand:

  • Q: “Dinner at 8?”
  • A: “Sweet as.”

Mind you, if the answer is no, a Kiwi conversation could go like this:

  • Q: “You’ll lend me a fiver for a beer, eh bro?”
  • A: “Not even.”

Alternatively, a Kiwi could stall by just muttering “Yeah, nah bro,” which translates as “Umm.” The “yeah-nah” combo doesn’t mean yes or no, but more like, “I heard you.”

“She’ll be ‘right,” means “Everything will be OK!” The phrase neatly sums up a general relaxed attitude in this gorgeous part of the world. Encounter it generously whilst enjoying your holiday among Kiwis and kangaroos, coral reefs and rainforests.

Have you been to Australia and New Zealand? What other phrases did you hear that you weren’t used to? If you’re an Aussie or a Kiwi, what did we miss?

 

Solenoid valve Danfoss G 1/2 “, 24V AC, NC

The Danfoss EV220B 15-50 servo-driven 2-way high-performance valve series is characterized by high performance. These Danfoss valves are suitable for a variety of applications. An integrated filter, adjustable closing time and IP67 protection ensure optimum performance even under critical operating conditions.

All characteristics EV220B 15-50 032U451416:

• Two-position two-way

• With servo drive

• DN: 15

• Operating state: normally closed

• Maximum operating temperature: 100 ° C.

• Kv values: 4 m3 / h.

• Threaded connection, 1/2 ”

• Body: brass / DZR-brass, resistant to selective corrosion, bronze

• Material of internal parts: brass, copper, stainless steel, tin, EPDM, FKM or NBR

• Built-in filter to protect the control system

• Adjustable closing time


Valve EV220B 15-50

1 – Effective protection against water hammer

To minimize the possibility of water hammer, the profiled valve diaphragm enhances internal damping, and the special tapered shape provides viscous damping at the very late stage of closing. The closing time of the valve can be changed by replacing the leveling hole.

2 – Insensitive to dirt

A self-cleaning coaxial inline filter in the main valve body prevents impurities from entering the control system. If the alignment hole is clogged, it can be easily cleaned by blowing compressed air.

3 – Wide choice of materials for various temperature ranges:

Thanks to a wide range of materials, the EV220B 15-50 valve can be easily matched to any application.Modifications of the EV220B 15-50 valve are available with a body made of brass, DZR brass, resistant to selective corrosion, as well as acid-resistant stainless steel, for work with aggressive media and steam. Elastomers made of EPDM remain flexible even at -30 ° C and do not lose their properties when working with steam up to 140 ° C.

4 – Coils

EV220B valves are used with standard B series coils with protection class from IP00 to IP67. If there is a risk of splash water and temperatures up to 80 ° C, use more powerful and durable snap coils.

5 – High performance throughout the entire pressure range

The valve body has a streamlined internal shape, and the special design of the diaphragm allows for increased lift. With servo-driven valves, the kv value is determined by the orifice diameter and the height of the diaphragm lift.

6 High tightness even at high differential pressures

As pressure builds up inside the valve, the distance between the valve bonnet and the body increases, so the profiled diaphragm has an integral O-ring to prevent leaks.This provides an excellent seal between the valve bonnet and body, even at high pressures, ensuring a tight valve.

Solenoid valve Danfoss G 1 “, 220V AC, NC

The Danfoss EV220B 15-50 servo-driven 2-way high-performance valve series is characterized by high performance. These Danfoss valves are suitable for a variety of applications. An integrated filter, adjustable closing time and IP67 protection ensure optimum performance even under critical operating conditions.

All characteristics EV220B 15-50 032U453431:

• Two-position two-way

• With servo drive

• DN: 25

• Operating state: normally closed

• Maximum operating temperature: 100 ° C.

• Kv values: 11 m3 / h.

• Threaded connection, 1 ”

• Body: brass / DZR-brass, resistant to selective corrosion, bronze

• Material of internal parts: brass, copper, stainless steel, tin, EPDM, FKM or NBR

• Built-in filter to protect the control system

• Adjustable closing time


Valve EV220B 15-50

1 – Effective protection against water hammer

To minimize the possibility of water hammer, the profiled valve diaphragm enhances internal damping, and the special tapered shape provides viscous damping at the very late stage of closing. The closing time of the valve can be changed by replacing the leveling hole.

2 – Insensitive to dirt

A self-cleaning coaxial inline filter in the main valve body prevents impurities from entering the control system. If the alignment hole is clogged, it can be easily cleaned by blowing compressed air.

3 – Wide choice of materials for various temperature ranges:

Thanks to a wide range of materials, the EV220B 15-50 valve can be easily matched to any application.Modifications of the EV220B 15-50 valve are available with a body made of brass, DZR brass, resistant to selective corrosion, as well as acid-resistant stainless steel, for work with aggressive media and steam. Elastomers made of EPDM remain flexible even at -30 ° C and do not lose their properties when working with steam up to 140 ° C.

4 – Coils

EV220B valves are used with standard B series coils with protection class from IP00 to IP67. If there is a risk of splash water and temperatures up to 80 ° C, use more powerful and durable snap coils.

5 – High performance throughout the entire pressure range

The valve body has a streamlined internal shape, and the special design of the diaphragm allows for increased lift. With servo-driven valves, the kv value is determined by the orifice diameter and the height of the diaphragm lift.

6 High tightness even at high differential pressures

As pressure builds up inside the valve, the distance between the valve bonnet and the body increases, so the profiled diaphragm has an integral O-ring to prevent leaks.This provides an excellent seal between the valve bonnet and body, even at high pressures, ensuring a tight valve.

90,000 emergency stock of canned food was supposed to feed the townspeople during the war

What kind of an emergency supply of canned food during the battle for our city was supposed to provide the Stalingrad cannery, you can find out if you delve into the declassified archival documents well. The correspondent of the “Notebook of Volgograd” studied the decisions of the city defense committee and found something interesting.

The Stalingrad Canned Trust appeared in the Voroshilovsky District in 1930. Now the enterprise is completely destroyed, but the street next to the place where it was located is still called 1st Cannery. Basically, the plant produced tomato paste, but during the Great Patriotic War, the profile had to be changed to the production of military shells.


Source: Federal Archival Agency

On August 14, 1942, the Stalingrad City Defense Committee issued a decree establishing an inviolable canned food fund in the city.It was about 2 million cans. The cannery trust was supposed to transfer them for storage to the workers’ supply departments of various enterprises. The warehouses of the tractor plant and “Barrikada” (then it was called Plant No. 221) received 800 tubes each, 400 tubes were sent to the Krasny Oktyabr plant.

– In connection with the difficulties in transporting canned goods both by rail and water, and the need to create an inviolable fund in the warehouses of enterprises in order to disperse a large amount of canned goods stored at the cannery, the City Defense Committee decides to oblige the manager of the Stalingrad Canned Trust, Comrade Tsypkin, to transfer to storage in the city of Stalingrad 2 million cans of canned food, – says the text of the document.

It was necessary until August 20 to take out the specified amount of canned food with their own transport and take it for storage in their warehouses. The consumption of the emergency reserve was prohibited, the directors of the factories were responsible for their safety.

During the Battle of Stalingrad, the production building of the cannery was destroyed, it was restored by the end of 1943. It is known that since 1986 the plant has been the country’s leader in its field. The enterprise was closed in 2005, it was planned to dismantle it and use the territory for residential development. But in 2012, the work stopped.

Anna Nefedova

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Clarifying sorption pressure stations Ekomaster – description, price

High-performance filtering stations of the EKOMASTER MM series are designed to remove turbidity, color, iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide, residual chlorine and organic compounds.

The basic configuration of the stations includes from 2 to 7 fast pressure filters, united by common collectors of source and purified water, and a unified control system for regeneration and service processes.

Optionally, the stations can be mounted on a single platform frame or in a block-container of a special design.

Filter material

The filter material is selected on a case-by-case basis. Sorted granular material that meets sanitary requirements and has sufficient chemical and mechanical resistance can be used as a filtering medium. For deferrization, filter media such as Birm, MTM, Pyrolox, Manganese Greensand, Sorbent “AC”, Sorbent “MS” are usually used; for the sorption of organic compounds and chlorine – activated carbon 607C or Hedraffin; for pH correction and iron removal – Calcite, Corosex; for clarification – multilayer loads, including hydroanthracite, Filter-Ag, quartz sand, special filtering loads such as different Garnet grades.

Filter housing

Filter housings (Clack, Enpress, Structural, Park, Servaqua / Canature, Wave-Cyber, HT-Coma) are made of composite food grade polymeric materials and have positive sanitary and epidemiological conclusions.

Working pressure – 0.2-10 bar; temperature – 1-49 ° C.

Control systems

Regeneration and station service processes are controlled using a set of diaphragm valves (AquaMatic) and a single control unit (control programmable processor). The control unit, in accordance with the program set by the operator, automatically supplies or releases pressure on the diaphragm valves, thus opening and closing them in a certain sequence.

Automatic regeneration is carried out with a flow of raw or purified water in time, by a signal from a differential pressure gauge or an external signal. The absence of sharp contractions and changes in the water flow in the filter piping and the water distribution system allows for sufficiently low water pressure losses on these systems in the service and flushing mode. Flexible configuration of the control unit allows you to set the sequence and duration of each stage of regeneration.

Depending on the number of diaphragm valves installed on one filter, stations of this series are divided into two types: two-valve (simplified diagram) and five-valve (complete diagram).

Simplified diagram. A simplified scheme is used when it is necessary to perform flushing with clean water with the possibility of reducing the analysis of purified water during flushing. Stations of this type include from 4 to 7 filters operating in parallel. To control their operating modes, a simplified diagram of diaphragm valves is used – one normally open and one normally closed valve for each filter. The alternate flushing of the system filters with clean water is carried out due to the operation of the remaining filters, and the filter regeneration consists of only one stage – back flushing.During the regeneration of these systems, the supply of treated water to the point of consumption should be minimized to provide the required amount of water for flushing. It is optionally recommended to supplement these stations with an additional normally open diaphragm valve, which is installed on the common clean water collector to shut off (or limit) the analysis of treated water during regeneration.

Complete scheme. Stations, completed according to the complete scheme, include filters, the piping of which uses five normally open diaphragm valves.This piping option allows filter regeneration in two stages: backwashing and subsequent forward flushing, which provides a higher level of cleaning in the first minutes after regeneration. In the basic models of stations of this type, the piping is made for regeneration with source water. Optionally, the stations can be re-equipped to carry out regeneration with both purified and raw water at the choice of the consumer. The total number of filters with full strapping can be from 2 to 4.

Application conditions

  • Working pressure 2.0-7.0 bar

  • Residual pressure> 0.2 bar

  • Maximum pressure loss across the filter 1 bar

  • Room temperature range 5-35 ° C

  • Water temperature range 2-36 ° C

  • Indoor humidity <70%

  • Electrical connection 220 V, 50 Hz

  • Power consumption <100 W

Examples of installations

Glass on the kitchen apron


When developing a kitchen, you will be faced with the question – how to decorate the wall panel?

There are many different options: tiles, panels in the color of the countertop, panels with a pattern.Today we will talk about the most original decor material – glass with photo printing.

Glass in the interior is scary, dangerous and impractical – you thought!
Not so if you choose the right manufacturer!
The VERNO kitchen factory has been cooperating for a long time with Glass Guard , a leading manufacturer of decorative wall panels and other products from safe interior glass with photo printing. Over the long years of joint work, there was not a single reason to doubt the high quality of glass products.

Glass wall panel is a very practical decorative element.

Firstly , safety glass. The apron is made of tempered glass, it is more durable and does not have internal stresses typical for simple glass. It takes a lot of effort to break it. And even if it succeeds, the glass crumbles into small pieces that do not have sharp edges.
Don’t believe me? Watch the crash test video, see for yourself!

In addition, GlassGuard panels are not afraid of heat.Paints and glass are designed for use in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius without deformation or distortion.

Secondly, is convenient. Forget about the dirt after laying the tiles, spend the saved money for the work of a specialist tiler on yourself! A glass apron for the kitchen is simple, clean and fast. Installation is done with through fasteners, which saves time and money.

Third, is practical.Such glass is incredibly easy to clean. Grease stains and traces of water droplets do not stick to it. You can easily clean it with a regular window cleaner, which will keep the perfectly smooth polished surface for many years. Printing on glass is an opportunity for complete individualization of the interior. Many manufacturers roll a film with a printed image onto glass, however, under the influence of temperature and humidity, as well as as a result of significant shrinkage, the film will peel off sooner or later. Glass Guard uses UV printing, which prints a photo-quality image directly on the back of the glass, making it exceptionally resistant to heat, moisture, abrasion and fading.


You can order a wall panel made of glass with a photo print in any VERNO branded kitchen salon. The manager will think over for you the required panel dimensions, the necessary cuts and prepare all the technical documentation.

But if you decide to order such a wall panel yourself, then our advice will come in handy.

1. How to determine the size of the suitable wall panel for you?

To correctly determine the geometry of the wall panel, you need to determine the dimensions of the niche into which the installation will be carried out.

The main dimensions required for the manufacture of the panel:

– the length of the niche. Along the bottom edge and in 600 mm increments to the top edge, including the length along the top edge. In the absence of an installed kitchen unit, the bottom edge is considered the length of the surface at a height of 900 mm from the floor

– niche height. Along the left edge and in 600 mm increments to the right edge, including the height on the right edge.

If the headset is not installed, then the height is determined arbitrarily.Standard heights are 560 or 600 mm.

P.S: It is better to start installation after installing the kitchen.

2. How to determine the dimensions for the socket?

With a standard outlet size (D = 68 mm), a standard size cutout is made for a single, double, triple outlet or a block for 4 sockets. In the application, the distance from the center of the cutout to the edge of the panel is indicated – in height (H) and in width (L), taking into account the necessary tolerances.

In case the socket has non-standard dimensions, calculate the size of the cutout. To do this, we determine the dimensions of the faceplate – length (Ln) and height (Hn). The dimensions of the cut-out for the outlet in glass Lb and HB must be less than the size of the face plate by at least 4 mm less on each side. That is, if the size of the overlay is 156 x 80 mm, then the size of the cutout is 148 x 72 mm. Flip the socket upside down and pay attention to the size and location of the inserts. The dimensions of the cutout must be at least the overall dimensions of the mortgage box (Lc and Nc) and protruding parts of the fasteners of the box (Lk and Nk).Only then can the socket be installed in the cut-out.

3. How to choose the right type of glass?

For wall panels, 2 types of glass are used: standard (has a greenish tint at the end) and Opti-White (whitewashed glass).

Standard glass is suitable for dark patterns because a greenish tint on the glass itself will not distort the color of the image.

Opti-White is recommended for light or bright colors.In this case, the color will be as “pure” as possible.

If a specific color of the image is especially important for you, then you can order a color proofing with several options for the intensity of colors and after that the image will be applied according to the sample you have chosen.

4. How to properly arrange the wall panel at the hood?

Several options are possible here:

one.Ordering wall panels with a protrusion for the hood (Fig. 1). This shape is less convenient for panel mounting. After installation, there are noticeable gaps between the protrusion of the wall panel and the sides of the upper cabinets, if there are no cutouts R10 / 90

2. Extractor hood (fig. 2) Saves money, but a small piece will contain the 2 top visible fixings, as well as a horizontal joint between the extension and the main panel. Attention! It is impossible to guarantee an exact match of the pattern at this seam, so it is better that the pattern in this place does not have clear lines or just make the addition uniform

3.Splitting one panel into 3 parts (fig. 3) Saves money, but there are two additional vertical joints (with a long panel this is the optimal separation)

4. Installing the panel behind the cabinets is the most aesthetic solution. (fig. 4). Attention! In this case, the cabinets do not adhere to the wall, leaving gaps equal to the panel thickness

90,000 resuscitator from 20 about possible falsification of documents

The resuscitator-anesthesiologist of the Rostov city hospital No. 20 Artur Toporov questioned the authenticity of the case histories of the deceased patients, which were transferred to the Investigative Committee.According to him, he and his colleague, Dr. Ilyichenko, made notes in the patients’ histories about the changes in the oxygen supply.

According to the doctor, within an hour, when the department of invasive and non-invasive ventilation of the lungs of the first mono-hospital on the basis of MBUZ “City Hospital No. 20 of Rostov-on-Don” was completely deprived of the supply of medical oxygen, five patients died in the department. In their case histories, doctors made appropriate notes.

– In the case histories, my colleagues always recorded if there were any interruptions in oxygen. And in all these patients, who were at that moment in our department, my colleague and I left diaries in the case histories, – said Artur Toporov.

“Diaries” doctors call the current records in the medical history with the statement of the patient’s condition and the indication of the objective criteria of his status. Usually, a patient has no more than two “diaries” a day: the doctor describes the current state of affairs and notes the dynamics – positive or negative.In intensive care units, according to experts, patients have much more “diaries”. The doctor writes out any changes there, and even more so he is obliged to write down the factors that influenced the patient’s condition. Cutting off oxygen is an extremely important factor in the treatment of covid patients, since they are critically dependent on the supply of this gas and are unable, due to damage to the lungs, to provide their body with oxygen from the air.

Testimony from Toporov, which he gave to the ICRC

The “diaries” were also discussed at a briefing that the Rostov administration urgently organized after Artur Toporov announced his position.The chief freelance anesthesiologist-resuscitator of the health department, Mikhail Kaminsky, said that in the histories of patients who died on October 11 in the covid hospital of the largest Rostov hospital, he did not find any mention of the shutdown of oxygen.

– We do not assert whether it was really so, or it was somehow different. In none of these patients, we did not see the text that the condition worsened, there is a drop in oxygen in the system. In all these patients, the condition worsened at a certain time and resuscitation measures were carried out that exactly correspond to the existing standards and clinical guidelines, – said Mikhail Kaminsky.

The resuscitator-anesthesiologist Artur Toporov said that the interruptions in the supply of oxygen in his department, where at that moment there were at least 25 patients, began at 21:10 on October 11. Doctors were torn for a few moments between the patients, who began to choke and panic; ventilators, which all began to give an alarm due to a lack of pressure in the system; and the telephone from which they called the oxygen service, and. O. chief physician Titov and his former leader, Boris Rozin.

Boris Rozin confirmed the complaint about the lack of oxygen Photo: Boris Rozin

“Notepad Rostov” Rozin confirmed the fact and the reason for the call.

– Yes it’s true. They called me and said that at first there was low pressure, and then oxygen stopped flowing altogether, ” says a resuscitator with 38 years of experience. – I asked, throughout the hospital or what ?. They said, “Yes, they said they would give me a lift in an hour.”I advised them to make appropriate entries in the patient histories. What else could I help?

In such a case, Boris Rozin, as it turned out, formed an emergency reserve in the department. According to Toporov, they were able to quickly connect these five cylinders, but they only had enough oxygen for half an hour of work in the filled compartment. At 22:10, the reserve stock also ended, and then the doctors began to ascertain the death of the patients.

Toporov believes that the oxygen service was not designed for such a sharp jump in oxygen consumption.

“Everything was designed for pre-pandemic times,” the doctor says. – Our ward consumes a little oxygen, a little intensive care ward and a little – operating rooms. The oxygen service was not choking on anything. There were decreases, but they were compensated after a few seconds. Coronavirus patients simply require a lot of oxygen, there is a huge demand. And when the second mono hospital in the maternity hospital opened, the oxygen service was not increased. And against this background, the expansion of one and the second hospital took place.And the load turned out even more.

Toporov, who has been working in a covid hospital from day one, was quickly isolated: on October 13, his covid test was positive, and the man is still in self-isolation. He is not sure that after this story he will be able to continue his career in Rostov.

– “Well-wishers” have already hinted to me that all this will have an extremely negative effect (on my career – editor’s note), and now I won’t expect anything good. It was with “good wishes from a colleague,” says the young resuscitator, who believes that the hospital’s management does not intend to defend him.- All my colleagues go to the investigative committee, give evidence.

Toporov is afraid that he will not see work in Rostov Photo: Artur Toporov / VK

He himself cannot go to the investigators for questioning because of self-isolation, he sent his testimony by mail. Previously, the media published them. From conversations with colleagues, the doctor found out that investigators are studying the stories of patients who died on October 11.

– My colleagues saw the stories that they were shown in the investigative committee.And there are no records of oxygen outages. I subscribed to completely different stories. When patients died, I signed up for completely different stories, – says Artur Toporov.

It is noteworthy that at the time the oxygen was turned off, the chief physician of hospital No. 20, Yuri Dronov, was in a serious condition in the same hospital. According to Toporov, the doctor also suffered from hypoxia and stress caused by it. A few days later, Dronov was transferred to the pulmonary department of the 2nd regional hospital.There he died on the morning of October 26, presumably from a heart attack.

Elena Romanova specially for “Notepad Rostov”

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90,000 2.Functionality – WiFi Electricity power meter HN-PM1 / 3F

Starting from version 3.08.181003 SNMP v1 protocol is supported

 snmpwalk -c public -v1 yalga.h-net.ru Wed Oct 3 11:21:21 2018

1.3.6.1.2.1.1.1.0 = STRING: "PowerMeter HN-PM1F002D, ver.03.08.181003"
1.3.6.1.2.1.1.2.0 = STRING: "HNPM2F"
1.3.6.1.2.1.1.3.0 = Timeticks: (430757) 1: 11: 47.57
1.3.6.1.2.1.1.4.0 = STRING: "https://pm.h-net.ru"
1.3.6.1.2.1.1.5.0 = STRING: "PowerMeter-dc8f"
one.3.6.1.2.1.1.8.0 = Timeticks: (430802) 1: 11: 48.02
1.3.6.1.2.1.99.1.1.1.4.1 = INTEGER: 35 Temperature
1.3.6.1.2.1.99.1.1.1.4.2 = INTEGER: 19 Humidity
1.3.6.1.2.1.99.1.1.1.4.3 = INTEGER: 72 WiFi Signal Strength
1.3.6.1.2.1.99.1.1.1.4.4 = INTEGER: 10 ADC
1.3.6.1.2.1.99.1.1.1.4.98 = INTEGER: 4 Reason for reboot
1.3.6.1.2.1.99.1.1.1.4.99 = INTEGER: 15824 - RAM
1.3.6.1.2.1.229.1.5.1.2 = INTEGER: 2000231 - energy meter reading
1.3.6.1.2.1.230.1.1.1.2 = INTEGER: 231 - Voltage
one.3.6.1.2.1.230.1.1.1.3 = INTEGER: 0 - Current
1.3.6.1.2.1.230.1.1.1.7 = INTEGER: 136 - Power
End of MIB 

The device can be equipped with a built-in relay.

The relay is controlled by the main controller of the device via the web interface. It can also be turned on or off by commands from People’s Monitoring or MQTT.

In the future, it is planned to add functionality to control the relay by network events or from temperature sensors.

The relay has 3 contacts, which are brought out to a screwdriver connector inside the device.

To connect to it, you must carefully remove the cover of the device and connect the wires to the connector.

In the OFF state, the contacts NC and Common are closed between themselves, in the switched on state, the NO and Common contacts are closed.

The relay can switch loads up to 3A up to 250V.

To switch a larger load, it is necessary to use a contactor, the switching on of which will control the relay of the device.

The relay can be controlled:
1. Via the web interface
2.HTTP GET request [IP] / relay? OUTPUT16 = 1
3. By sending a command on the People’s Monitoring OUTPUT16 = 1
3. By sending a command via MQTT OUTPUT16 = 1
Values ​​0 – disable, 1 – enable, 2 – toggle.

The topic is sent to the server as [user] / [ID] / Metric

where [user] is the username on the broker’s server,

[ID] – device id, displayed in the header of the web interface,

Metreka – one of the following values:

Metric Description
OUTPUT16 RELAY control (values ​​0/1)
U0 Voltage, V
I0 Current, A
W0 Power, W
WH0 Energy, Wh
KWH0 Energy, kWh
DHTT0 Temperature, deg C
DHTH0 Humidity,%
UPTIME Device operation time, sec
WIFI WiFi signal level, dBm
RECONNECTS Reconnection counter

Example of checking energy readings in mosquitto:

 mosquitto_sub -h localhost -t user / HNPM1F12345d / WH0
 

Example of switching on a relay in mosquitto:

 mosquitto_pub -h localhost -t user / HNPM1F12345d / OUTPUT16 -m 1
 

Screenshots of web interface screens:

Main screen Archive screen Firmware update screen Settings screen

The instrument measures the network parameters and stores the data in the internal 3 MB memory.The data size for a complete measurement cycle is 100 bytes. The data is stored with a time stamp.

Via the Web interface, you can upload data to a csv file and process it in other programs, such as Excel.

The accumulated data is used by the device for plotting graphs and displaying statistics

The device allows receiving data by direct HTTP GET request via IP part.

The following requests were implemented:

http: // [IP] / sensors

returns data in the following format

 HostName: HNPM1F2c794b; uptime: 5866; U0: 233.70; I0: 0.72; SI0: 0.72; W0: 105; WH0: 27873; MEM: 13352; WIFI: -91; CONNECTCNT: 1; OUTPUT16: 0; DHTT: 41.30; DHTH: 11.20;

 

http: // [IP] / xml

returns data in XML format:

 

 
   6166 
   232.60 
   1.11 
   1.11 
   242 
   27885 
   12920 
   -91 
   1 
   0 
   41.30 
   11.10 
 
 

http: // [IP] / json

returns data in JSON format:

 {"HostName": "HNPM1F2c794b", "uptime": "6037", "U0": "233.10", "I0": "0.78", "SI0": "0.78", "W0": "118", "WH0": "27879", "MEM": "12552", "WIFI": "-91", "CONNECTCNT": "1", "OUTPUT16": "0", "DHTT": "41.30", " DHTH ":" 11.10 "} 

The device is designed to send debug information via UDP to a remote server.

The information does not contain the names of access points and passwords specified in the device settings, but it can create unwanted traffic.

To disable this function, go to the device settings and uncheck the UdpLogServer section.

You can also redirect this traffic to your server by specifying the server name and port in the settings of the corresponding section.

You can use NetCat for Linux or Windows to listen for incoming packets.

Use the following command to start listening on port 7088:

  nc -u -l -p 7088  

.

To send data to the site http://narodmon.ru, you need to check the box in the device settings in the section NarodMon.ru client .

The device will automatically send the measured parameters to the People’s Monitoring every 5 minutes.

Through the People’s Monitoring website or mobile application, you can send commands to the device.The following commands are supported:

 OUTPUT16 = x where x: 0 off relay, 1 on relay, 2 switch to the opposite state
REBOOT = 1 reboot device
UPDATE = x where x: 0 - update / rollback the firmware from the "default server" (from the settings), 1 - from the main server 2 - from the beta server
HISTORY = x where x is the number of days to send history to the people's monitor. Countdown from the current moment backward.

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