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  BREWING YOUR OWN BEER: WHAT YOU NEED TO GET STARTED
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BREWING YOUR OWN BEER: WHAT YOU NEED TO GET STARTED

    So you want to make your own beer. How hard could it be, right? Really, it’s not that hard, and I’ll have a nice home beer brewing equipment for you soon that outlines every aspect of the process.

    Before you get all fired up about it, though, let me be the voice of reason and point out that you’re going to have to spend a pretty nice chunk of change before you can even make your first batch.

    While the actual process of brewing is simple, it is pretty time consuming, and when you first get started, there is quite the long list of equipment and ingredients that first need to be bought.

    Not all of these are cheap, either, but after your initial investment, the home brewing process is actually much more affordable than buying beer at the store. Let’s take a look at what all you’ll need to get ready to brew.

    Every single article or guide that I have read is sure to emphasize this one key point: sanitize like a maniac. Every item that will have even the slightest contact with your beer at any phase of the brewing process needs to be as clean as you can get it.

    You can, of course, use a mixture of bleach and hot water to soak everything, and then rinse everything thoroughly. This can add additional time to the process that you don’t necessarily have to spend.

    Many sanitizers do not require rinsing and most are on the inexpensive side, costing less than $5 on average and up to $15 for a large container. One package or bottle will last you through many brewing sessions, so they are a fantastic deal. I would definitely make the small investment in a good no-rinse sanitizer if I was planning to brew on a regular basis.

    I suppose that you could use any old stock pot for making your wort, but I wouldn’t recommend it. First, when you’re boiling your wort (pronounced wert- see my guide to beer for more on that), you will need plenty of extra room to avoid overflowing the pot.

    Most home beer recipes make five gallons, so you need at least an 8 gallon pot to have enough additional space during the boiling process. This is not your average-size stock pot.

    Additionally, brew kettles are made specifically for making beer (obviously), which means that they have nice heavy bottoms for even heat distribution.

    You can also get them with built-in temperature gauges to easily keep an eye on that, which is really important for the step that follows the boil- adding the yeast (if you add it when the wort is too hot, it kills the yeast, and  dead yeast=no beer).

    You can even get a kettle with a built-in spigot, which will come in super handy. These two features cost more, but even a basic kettle will be a bit pricey, with the price climbing upwards for the extra features and larger sizes.

    Known in the beer fermentation equipment as a carboy, a fermentation vessel is simply the place where the wort and yeast are combined and allowed to sit for several days to turn into beer.

    Whatever you use for this fermentation process needs to be 100% airtight so that not even one airborne microbe can get in to alter the taste of the batch.

    Keep in mind also that you will need at least two containers for this part of the process, because you will siphon the beer out of the first fermentation vessel into a second one after a few days (more on that part of the process in my next article).

    A plastic carboy will run you around $30, which isn’t too bad, and these won’t be nearly as heavy to try to move when they are full of liquid as a thick glass fermenter (also referred to as a fermentor).

    On the other hand, a good glass carboy will last forever, with proper care and handling, and they start around the same price point.

    You can get away with buying a simple food-grade plastic bucket for under $20, but I haven’t seen one that has a gasket on the lid to make for a truly air-tight seal, whereas all the better carboys and other actual fermenters will have a gasket.

    AIR LOCKS

    During the fermentation process, as the yeast eats up the sugar in the wort, there are two byproducts- alcohol and carbon dioxide. As the CO2 builds up inside the fermentation vessel, you’re going to need a way to release that gas without letting outside air into the container to possibly contaminate your brew.

    This is where an air lock comes into play. These fit securely into the top or, in some cases, onto the lower side of any vessel made specifically for brewing.

    The air lock allows all the built-up gas to escape, which will hopefully prevent any explosions from happening. Yes, you read that correctly- explosions.

    Whenever you have any situation where pressure is building within an enclosed area, explosions can occur, and the fermentation period is no exception. Not using an air lock pretty much guarantees you’ll end up with beer pouring out of a broken carboy, and with them only costing a couple of bucks, there’s no reason not to buy one.

    LONG-HANDLED SPOON

    Remember, you’re going to be dealing with at least an 8-gallon brew kettle, so we’re talking about a really long handle on this spoon, an item you’re not likely to have on hand.

    You’ll use the spoon for stirring during the boiling process, and you will need to be able to reach all the way to the bottom of the pot. You can also lay the spoon horizontally across the top of the kettle, which will help prevent the wort from boiling over.

    I recommend going with the stainless steel option on this for durability, which only costs a few dollars.

    HYDROMETER

    Before I go into what a hydrometer does and why you need one, we need to talk about gravity. No, I’m not talking about the kind of gravity that keeps your feet on the earth.

    I’m talking about specific gravity, which, according to Wikipedia, is “the ratio of the density of a substance to the density (mass of the same unit volume) of a reference substance,” with the substance being your fermenting beer and the reference substance being water.

    Specific gravity in beer is important because it’s how you can determine the percentage of alcohol in the final product. When you first start the process, the density of the liquid will be higher, closer to that of plain water.

    As the yeast in the fermentation vessel consumes the sugar in the malt and converts the liquid into alcohol, the specific gravity inside the container will drop, because alcohol is considerably denser than water. Once the gravity stops dropping, you know that the yeast has finished its work.

    A hydrometer is a device that measures the specific gravity of your brew, so it’s useful for determining the aforementioned readings. Also, by taking the measurement of the final gravity inside the container and subtracting it from the original gravity of the brew, you can determine the percentage of alcohol your product contains.

    A hydrometer looks like an oversized, old fashioned, mercury thermometer, and costs around the same amount, so it’s not an expensive tool to buy and is pretty useful to have around. You just don’t want be measuring non-stop during fermentation since you’d be letting air into the container.

    You can simply measure before putting on the lid or stopper and then again when you siphon the beer filling machine out for the secondary fermentation that I mentioned before. We recommend this one.

    SIPHONS

    As I said, at some point you will need to siphon out the liquid from one fermentation vessel to another. In the same place where you attach the air lock to the container, you will need to attach a siphon.

    Now, once the yeast has done its job, all the dead yeast will settle on the bottom of the container, along with the used up malt and hops. You need to remove the liquid from the container while at the same time getting as little of those bits and pieces as possible.

    You could always just pick up the ridiculously heavy carboy or bucket and slowly and carefully pour the beer from one container to the other, but you will end up with more of that sediment in the second container, which will result in a hazy final product. You don’t want that. Instead, make sure to purchase a siphon.

    Alternatively, you can even buy a ported fermenter that has a valve on the side to transfer the liquid, no siphons required.

    BOTTLES, ETC.

    Once you finish the brewing and fermenting, you will of course need to bottle up your brew. Invest in a good set of glass bottles that you can use time and time again. Go with brown glass since they will block out the most UV light, which can cause spoilage.

    To make things easy on yourself, I would also say to buy the bottles with the attached swing caps. Expect an investment of around $2.50 per bottle.

    The kicker is that you will probably need about 4 packs to bottle all of the beer from a standard recipe, which is for 5 gallons.

    If you want to save some money here, you can always opt for capping the bottles yourself. You will spend about half the amount on the bottles themselves going that route.

    You will spend another couple of bucks on a pack of bottle caps and a little more for a bottle capper. This will ultimately result in some savings. And considering the amount of money you will have invested already, this seems like a pretty good idea!

    INGREDIENT STARTER KITS

    Assuming you fall in love with the whole home brewing process, at some point you will probably want to buy your own malt and hops to really customize it to your taste. To begin with, though, it will be so much easier for you to buy a recipe kit.

    There are tons of websites including Amazon that offer these if you don’t have a home brewer’s store in your neck of the woods. Just decide what kind of beer you want to make (ale or lager) and the style that you prefer, and you’ll be able to find a kit for that.

    This really simplifies the brewing process, which is awesome when you’re a beginner. And they’re affordable, too.

    READY TO MAKE SOME BEER?

    I bet you would have never thought that it can take so much stuff to actually make a few bottles of beer, not to mention an initial investment of at least $300.

    Now that you know, though, it’s easy to set about buying what you need. Stay tuned for my follow-up article where you’ll get a step-by-step guide to the actual beer-making process.

    Although the equipment needed to brew beer traditionally was fairly simple, large commercial breweries today use equipment that does everything from crack the grain to seal the cases and a multitude of chores in between. These are the basics:

    Most folks visiting a brewery immediately recognize the large, round brew kettle that usually dominates the brewhouse. Somewhere nearby is usually a second, sometimes smaller, similar-looking vessel called a mash tun, and if the place is big and brews lagers, it has yet another one, called a lauter tun. These vessels are vented through stacks that carry the steam out of the brewhouse, consequently treating the whole neighborhood to the intoxicating, malty-sweet aroma of beer in the making.

    Traditionally, these vessels were made of copper and were often referred to simply as the coppers. Nowadays, the term has fallen out of use, mostly because modern brewing equipment is fabricated from the relatively cheaper and easier-to-obtain stainless steel.

    After the first three vessels are used, the wine filling machine is pumped (and cooled at the same time) into a big tank called a fermenter. For sanitation purposes, fermenters are usually airtight vessels that allow only for the escape of the carbon dioxide pressure built up inside. However, some traditionalists in the industry, particularly in Britain and Belgium, still allow their beer to ferment in open vessels, and some even encourage spontaneous fermentations caused by wild, airborne yeast (Belgian Lambic brewers, for example).

    At this point, each brewery uses different kinds of tanks and does different things to its beer. For example:

    Most breweries allow beer to go through a short aging process after the initial fermentation, using additional vessels cleverly named aging tanks for this purpose.

    Next, breweries transfer the aged beer from aging tanks into finishing tanks to prepare them for their introduction into society.

    Beer would not exist without microbes. During fermentation, yeast cells convert cereal-derived sugars into ethanol and CO2. Yeast also produces a wide array of aroma compounds that influence beer taste and aroma. The complex interaction between all these aroma compounds results in each beer having its own distinctive palette. This article contains all protocols needed to brew beer in a standard lab environment and focuses on the use of yeast in beer brewing. More specifically, it provides protocols for yeast propagation, brewing calculations and, of course, beer brewing. At the end, we have also included protocols for analyses that can be performed on the resulting brew, with a focus on yeast-derived aroma compounds.

    Beer brewing is intrinsically a biotechnological process: the conversion of raw materials into beer relies on many different enzymatic reactions and microbial activity. Beer is traditionally made from four key ingredients: malted cereals (barley or other), water, hops, and yeast. Each of these ingredients contributes to the final taste and aroma of beer.

    Beer production starts with the malting of barley (or other cereals, such as wheat, sorghum, rye, or oats). The main goal of malting is to activate enzymes within the grain. These enzymes will hydrolyze starch and other compounds within the kernels during mashing (Goldammer, 2008; Kunze, 2004). During malting, barely kernels are soaked in water and periodically aerated, the so-called steeping and germination phase. During germination, three important groups of enzymes are activated: (i) amylases, (ii) proteases/peptidases, and (iii) beta-glucanases. Each of these enzymes have an important function during the malting and downstream brewing process: (i) amylases convert starch, present in the barley kernels, into fermentable sugars; (ii) proteases and peptidases break down proteins and release free amino nitrogen (FAN), while (iii) beta-glucanases degrade the endosperm cell wall, allowing other enzymes access to the endosperm. Next, in the drying and kilning phase, kernels are dried and heated. This stops germination, arrests enzymatic activity within the kernels, reduces spoilage risks, and determines the impact of malt on the final aroma and color of the beer.

    The actual brewing process consists of five steps. The main goal is to convert insoluble malt or grain material into a soluble and fermentable extract.

    Milling of malted grains (i) and mashing (ii)

    In this step, milled grains are mixed with warm water. This mash is kept at specific temperatures and pH to ensure proper enzymatic conversion of starch and proteins. Traditionally, a starting temperature of 45°C is used. At this temperature, proteases are activated and degrade proteins to short peptides and amino acids, that will form the major nitrogen source for yeast during fermentation. The mash is then heated to 62°C-64°C, at which starch will gelatinize and become accessible to amylases. Beta-amylases will cleave off maltose from starch molecules. The mash is then heated to 72°C for 15-25 min, allowing further breakdown of long chain polysaccharides by alpha-amylases. Finally, the temperature of the mash is raised to 78°C, stopping nearly all enzymatic activity.

    Modern, highly modified malts allow mashing in directly at temperatures >60°C since the protein breakdown has already been completed by the maltster.

    Filtering/lautering (iii)

    During this step, the insoluble fraction (spent grains) is separated from the soluble extract. The remaining extract (wort) is transferred to the boiling vessel.

    Boiling (iv)

    During boiling, hops and other spices are added. These contribute to bitterness and aroma of the final beer. More specifically, hops contain alpha acids and during boiling, these acids will isomerize into iso-alpha acids, the major bittering substances in beer.

    Bitter hops contain high concentrations of alpha acids (6%-16%) and are often added at the beginning of the boil. Aroma hops have a high hop oil content (>1%), which contains 200-250 different compounds that contribute to the characteristic aroma of hops (e.g., myrcene, linalool, and nonenal) (Kunze, 2004). Aroma hops are typically only added towards the end of the boil, or in the dry-hopping of green beer to reduce the stripping of aroma-active compounds.


    Other major effects of wort boiling include protein denaturation and aggregation, concentration of the wort, stripping of off-flavors such as dimethyl sulfide (DMS), and sanitization of the wort. The boiled wort is then transferred to a whirlpool to remove the aggregated protein and insoluble hop components (hot trub). Finally, the wort is cooled, aerated, and transferred into the fermentor, where yeast is added.

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  Is Paper Lunch Box More Affordable than Plastic Container?
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When you started your research to find the right packaging for your restaurant, you quickly realized that there was a multitude of different packaging options. Different materials, different shapes, different designs, etc. Depending on your needs, the choice can be complicated. To help you see more clearly, first, you can take a look at our article “How to Select The Best Food Packaging for My Restaurant“. Before looking at the specific technical or visual characteristics of your packaging, you must first choose a material. As you may have already seen, the majority of food packaging is made of plastic, paper, aluminium or corn starch. Here, we will focus particularly on plastic container and Paper Box packaging.

Is paper packaging more expensive than plastic packaging? At first sight, we tend to think that paper packaging is more expensive than paper packaging. Yes, the shortcut between more ecological and therefore more expensive is very often made by us, lambdas consumers. But know that this is not necessarily true. It all depends on the type of packaging we are talking about. In the rest of this article we will compare 2 types of plastic packaging with a classic paper lunch box. This will allow us to analyse their prices as well as their strengths and weaknesses. The first plastic packaging in which we will be interested in the microwave plastic container and the second is the Ta-ge plastic container.

People would always judge the container before the content, of course that's what their eyes first make contact with when they lay hold on your product. If you run a cosmetic business or company, using good quality packaging for your product should be the first thing to consider. If your design is great, people will rate your product high and this might lead to increase patronage. If you are skeptical about how you want your beauty and skincare Cosmetic Paper Box design to look, then you should hire a company that can offer you highly packaging for your range of products.

Most products, excepting only large equipment and durable goods of substantial size, reach customers packaged in boxes. Packaging Boxes also hold goods temporarily when people or institutions move. Boxes are so overwhelmingly present in every area of life—the home, office, warehouse, retail store, hospital, school, and factory—that we tend no longer to see them. In a manner of speaking we look through them and see the products they hold. We acknowledge their utility by saving them in attics and basements for shipping a package or storing goods we do not immediately need. Boxes are made of natural and predominantly softwood fibers. They enjoy high rates of recycling; some categories of boxes are made predominantly of fibers recovered from old newspapers obtained by municipalities in separate waste collections.

Paper Gift Boxes are the way to my heart. They really are. Great gift choices don’t happen to everyone and I forgive most of my friends-judging them only on the quality of wrapping, paper gift boxes have swept me off my feet- despite their tiny capacity for delicate and fragile things, they hold the feelings of love and care. They bear within themselves the extra thought someone made for you- a beautiful presentation. Wouldn’t it be great if these boxes became a part of your life and celebrations? Without wasting any more time, here is a post, folks, about ten beautiful paper gift boxes specially designed to get your aesthetics tingling.

Rigid Boxes differ from other boxes in a few key ways; most notably, material thickness, opening/closing experience, and manufacturing methods. Typically rigid boxes are four to five times thicker than traditional folded cartons and have many more options for opening experiences compared to corrugated boxes.
Additionally, the embellishments are printed on a paper that is then wrapped around the outside chipboard. This paper can be used on the outside and inside of the box to give brands more opportunities to display key messaging and graphics throughout the packaging.[/url]
Rigid boxes also offer a structural benefit over other types of custom product packaging and this is why they are so common in cosmetics, consumer electronics, wine spirits, and many other luxury industries that require a more premium product packaging solution.

While we may be accustomed to seeing every bit of our food wrapped in air-tight plastic wrap, food and coffee shouldn’t be limited to only plastic. Since they were developed in 1852, [url=https://www.brightseapackaging.com/paper-bag/]Paper Bag
s continue to be a popular bagging item, despite the competition from plastic bags. While you may not be able to find them in as many stores as you once could, paper bags continue to be a popular choice for shopping and food items due to the increased durability and their eco-friendly disposition.

The main ecological advantage of Corrugated Boxes is that they are made from a high percentage of recycled paper, think cartons or newspaper, and can be recycled again after they have been used. Similarly, most corrugated packaging is made without dyes or bleaches, meaning it can be disposed of more sustainably than other types of material that contain contaminants.

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  HOW ARE PLASTIC BOTTLES RECYCLED?
Příspěvek od: lifw245005 - včera, 05:24 AM - Fórum: Žádost o admina - Odpovědí (1)

Plastic Bottles make life so much easier. They're lightweight and easy to hold, and they're also strong and hard to break. A plastic bottle is the best way to contain and carry many kinds of liquid, from water and soft drinks to oil to household cleaners and baby formula. The plastic bottle is a great invention, but what happens to it when that handy container is empty?


   



    How Bottles Can Hurt the Environment


    Since the 1970s, people who care about the environment and the health of our planet have been worried about how to dispose of plastic once it's been used. Today, about 60 million water bottles are thrown away every day in America, and it can take up to 700 years for just one plastic bottle to break down in a process called biodegrading, which is also the process that happens when a piece of fruit rots. These Glass Bottles fill up our landfills, and we need landfill space to bury trash that can't be recycled. Throwing away plastic also hurts the environment in other ways. As plastic decays, it can give off chemicals that get into our water and air and can make people, plants, and animals sick.


    To solve these problems, people have worked together to develop a process to recycle plastic bottles and convert them into other useful items, including clothes, furniture, fences, and new plastic bottles, bags, and containers.


   



    The Process of Recycling Plastic


    Recycling takes many steps. First, the bottles have to be collected from homes, businesses, and other sites. Then, every plastic bottle must be separated from metal, glass, and other things that people put into recycling bins. The Plastic Bottles are also sorted by the type of plastic they're made from. Then, the bottles are cleaned to remove any food, liquid, or chemical residue.


    Next, all of the bottles are ground up and shredded into flakes. Finally, they are melted down and formed into small pellets, each about the size of a grain of rice. The pellets are bundled up and sold to companies that can melt them and make them into many different products. Just think of all of the plastic toys, tools, electronic gadgets, and other plastic things in your own home. Many of these are made with recycled plastic.


   



    Why Should We Recycle?


    There are many reasons to recycle Plastic Caps. For starters, recycling reduces the pollution that can come from the chemicals used to make these bottles. Recycling also helps cut down on the amount of trash thrown into landfills, so our garbage does not take up as much space. Recycling also creates jobs for people who collect recyclable things and work at places that turn them into new materials.


    Recycling is good for the economy and the environment, and it's easy to do. All you have to do is remember to throw things into the right bins when you are done with them. But you can also do more, especially if places that you usually spend time do not have to recycle bins. Students can talk to their school board, principal, and teachers about setting up recycling programs at school. You can also organize can and Cap drives to pick up litter and sort out recyclables in parks and along streets. And you can make signs to spread the word that recycling is easy and important to do.


   



    Plastic Lotion Pumps, one of the most popular dispensing methods for viscous (thick liquid) products in the personal care and beauty industry, come in all shapes and sizes. When used as designed, pumps dispense the right amount of product time after time. But have you ever wondered what goes in a lotion pump to makes it work? While there are hundreds of different designs in the market today, the basic principle is the same, and Packaging Crash Course took apart one of these lotion pumps to give you an overview of these components, and how they contribute to the overall functionality of pumping the product from the bottle to your hand.


    The actuator is often made of PP plastic and can have many different designs - and often come with a up-lock or down-lock features to prevent accidental output,. This is one of the component designs that can set one Pump apart from another when it comes to the exterior design, it is also the part where ergonomics play a role in consumer satisfaction.


   



    These are the components that go into a Fine Mist Sprayer :


    Dust Cap: Often made of PP plastic and very often produced in clear, the dust cap serves as a dust cover and safety cap that protects the actuator from gathering dust and prevents accidental actuation. To help the package stands out on the shelf, the dust cap can be produced in stock or custom color.


    Actuator: Commonly made of PP plastic, this is the component that the consumer pushes down to spray the product out of the bottle. Different than an actuator on a Lotion Pump, the actuator of a Fine Mist Sprayer has internal components including an insert to create the specific misting pattern of the product being sprayed. Some Fine Mist Sprayers have locking features that prevent accidental dispensing.


    Insert: This tiny component consists of channels that the liquid flows through to create the mist pattern. This insert fits on the exterior of the actuator in many cases, and it is the part where the product exits the sprayer.

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  HOW ARE PLASTIC BOTTLES RECYCLED?
Příspěvek od: twareicd - včera, 02:35 AM - Fórum: Žádost o unban - Žádné odpovědi

HOW ARE PLASTIC BOTTLES RECYCLED?

    Plastic Bottles make life so much easier. They're lightweight and easy to hold, and they're also strong and hard to break. A plastic bottle is the best way to contain and carry many kinds of liquid, from water and soft drinks to oil to household cleaners and baby formula. The plastic bottle is a great invention, but what happens to it when that handy container is empty?

    How Bottles Can Hurt the Environment

    Since the 1970s, people who care about the environment and the health of our planet have been worried about how to dispose of plastic once it's been used. Today, about 60 million water bottles are thrown away every day in America, and it can take up to 700 years for just one plastic bottle to break down in a process called biodegrading, which is also the process that happens when a piece of fruit rots. These Glass Bottles fill up our landfills, and we need landfill space to bury trash that can't be recycled. Throwing away plastic also hurts the environment in other ways. As plastic decays, it can give off chemicals that get into our water and air and can make people, plants, and animals sick.

    To solve these problems, people have worked together to develop a process to recycle plastic bottles and convert them into other useful items, including clothes, furniture, fences, and new plastic bottles, bags, and containers.

    The Process of Recycling Plastic

    Recycling takes many steps. First, the bottles have to be collected from homes, businesses, and other sites. Then, every plastic bottle must be separated from metal, glass, and other things that people put into recycling bins. The Plastic Bottles are also sorted by the type of plastic they're made from. Then, the bottles are cleaned to remove any food, liquid, or chemical residue.

    Next, all of the bottles are ground up and shredded into flakes. Finally, they are melted down and formed into small pellets, each about the size of a grain of rice. The pellets are bundled up and sold to companies that can melt them and make them into many different products. Just think of all of the plastic toys, tools, electronic gadgets, and other plastic things in your own home. Many of these are made with recycled plastic.

    Why Should We Recycle?

    There are many reasons to recycle Plastic Caps. For starters, recycling reduces the pollution that can come from the chemicals used to make these bottles. Recycling also helps cut down on the amount of trash thrown into landfills, so our garbage does not take up as much space. Recycling also creates jobs for people who collect recyclable things and work at places that turn them into new materials.

    Recycling is good for the economy and the environment, and it's easy to do. All you have to do is remember to throw things into the right bins when you are done with them. But you can also do more, especially if places that you usually spend time do not have to recycle bins. Students can talk to their school board, principal, and teachers about setting up recycling programs at school. You can also organize can and Cap drives to pick up litter and sort out recyclables in parks and along streets. And you can make signs to spread the word that recycling is easy and important to do.

    Plastic Lotion Pumps, one of the most popular dispensing methods for viscous (thick liquid) products in the personal care and beauty industry, come in all shapes and sizes. When used as designed, pumps dispense the right amount of product time after time. But have you ever wondered what goes in a lotion pump to makes it work? While there are hundreds of different designs in the market today, the basic principle is the same, and Packaging Crash Course took apart one of these lotion pumps to give you an overview of these components, and how they contribute to the overall functionality of pumping the product from the bottle to your hand.

    The actuator is often made of PP plastic and can have many different designs - and often come with a up-lock or down-lock features to prevent accidental output,. This is one of the component designs that can set one Pump apart from another when it comes to the exterior design, it is also the part where ergonomics play a role in consumer satisfaction.

    These are the components that go into a Fine Mist Sprayer :

    Dust Cap: Often made of PP plastic and very often produced in clear, the dust cap serves as a dust cover and safety cap that protects the actuator from gathering dust and prevents accidental actuation. To help the package stands out on the shelf, the dust cap can be produced in stock or custom color.

    Actuator: Commonly made of PP plastic, this is the component that the consumer pushes down to spray the product out of the bottle. Different than an actuator on a Lotion Pump, the actuator of a Fine Mist Sprayer has internal components including an insert to create the specific misting pattern of the product being sprayed. Some Fine Mist Sprayers have locking features that prevent accidental dispensing.

    Insert: This tiny component consists of channels that the liquid flows through to create the mist pattern. This insert fits on the exterior of the actuator in many cases, and it is the part where the product exits the sprayer.

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  Kublouškuv Disrespectoš
Příspěvek od: SNasty - 10-16-2021, 07:32 PM - Fórum: Stížnosti - Odpovědí (3)

Nick Admina:Kubloch

Vaše SID: https://steamcommunity.com/id/dolin182

Dôkaz: viz. discord chat.

Popis situácie: Dostal jsem mute na 30min, za disrespect na NEJLEPŠÍHO ADMINA Kublouška, bohužel sem žádný disrespect neviděl, ani sem nenapsal nic, co by k tomu vedlo, od samého začátku, na mě byl Kubloušek toxický, přeju si, aby mu bylo domluveno a také chci zaslat důkaz o "disrespectu". 
S Láskou, váš SNasty.

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  UB pow2
Příspěvek od: REDQOO - 10-14-2021, 08:27 PM - Fórum: Žádost o unban - Odpovědí (11)

Nick na serveri REDQOO

SID ( STEAMID) STEAM_0:1:626402172

Odkaz na ban
http://sourcebans.backtogaming.eu/index....mid&Submit
Popis banu ( ako ste ban dostali )

Ban jsem dostal udajně za WH? Přitom Sam1k sam strili jak global a myslí si že když takto stříli jako jedinej že ja mam hned WH? 
Chci demo mého prohřešku jinak žadam o UB..

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Wink Luke egoistic
Příspěvek od: REDQOO - 10-14-2021, 01:21 PM - Fórum: Stížnosti - Odpovědí (1)

Nick hráče: Luke

Vaše SID:STEAM_0:1:626402172

Dôkaz: https://ctrlv.cz/gaNB dne od 15:05 a stale jede.

Popis situácie:Asi není co vysvětlovat, dostává rekty od každeho a pak nadává do chatu apod..... Takže ty 2hodky za tohle masivni urazeni mute aspon.

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Heart [Zamítnuto] Žádost o admina - AWP
Příspěvek od: Mr_Majkl - 10-11-2021, 07:51 PM - Fórum: Žádost o admina - Odpovědí (4)

   Nick -  
Mr_Majkl
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 Věk -
14 let

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Server -
AWP
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Steam ID -
[font=Whitney, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]STEAM_1:0:487027318[/font]
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Odehraný čas na serveru -
192 hodin

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[font=Whitney, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Ban na serveru -[/font]
[font=Whitney, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Ban jsem nikdy neměl, max. jsem měl 1 mute za spam voice chatu, ale od té doby jsem se napravil[/font]
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Zkušenosti s adminem - 

Admin na CSGO serverech/serveru jsem nikdy nebyl, ale jsem adminem na jednom discord serveru, který má nad 50 lidí.
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O mně -

Ahoj, jmenuji se Michael a je mi 14 let. Žiju v Plzeňském kraji a studuji ve víceletém gymnáziu. Moje koníčky jsou : hraní fotbalu, hraní her na počítači a cestovní jen po Evropě. Na AWP server chodím dost často hrát a mám tam zakoupené VIP. CSGO jsem začal hrát už od roku 2019, ale potom jsem ho nehrál tak často a teď ho hraju pravidelně.
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Dodatek -
Toto je moje druhá žádost, první byla zamítnuta, kvůli malému věku a jak 5IQ (majitel) psal, že to mám zkusit za 2 měsíce, tak to zkouším teď. Zase mám méně požadovaný věk, než má být, ale zase to musím zkusit.

Děkuji za pozornost.

Omlouvám se, za chyby v textu, zkoušel jsem to opravit, ale nešlo mi to jinak změnit ( např. u toho steam ID atd. ).
Děkuji za pochopení.

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  [Zamítnuto] Přihláška do vašich řad.
Příspěvek od: REDQOO - 10-10-2021, 04:19 PM - Fórum: Žádost o admina - Odpovědí (8)

1) Minimální věk pro ADMINA je 17 let, výjimka 16 

2) Na serveru, na který si žádáš, musíš mít odehraných 50 hodin        
X
3) Znát příkazy
4) Znát pravidla
Vzor:
1) Věk (minimálně 17let, výjimka 16)
25 let
2) Nick
redqoo_
3) Server, na který si žádáš
ONLY MIRAGE
4) SteamID
STEAM_0:1:626402172
5) Měli jste někdy u nás ban?
Ano, asi 7.10.21.
Jenže to bylo na chvíli a mojí blbostí o které AT ví, a ví také že to nebylo chtěně, a že jsem modifikaci okamžitě smazal. Jednalo se o BHOP který jsem uzíval na serverech HVH, což mě neomlouvá od mého prohřešku ale takto k mému vyjádření ohledně banu.

6) Odehraný čas na serveru
Dříve jsem u vás hrál před pauzou která byla nedávno cca 1,5 roku nechcu mlžit. Jednalo se o tentýž nick REDQOO, s 36hodinama +-
Nenávratně, je nejspíš ukraden,odcizen,jiny steam guard, email... 

Na tomto accountu mám již 10h(nové statistiky*) za poslední dva dny, a jsem schopen v počas přihlášky to klidně nahrát, problémem mi aktivita ohledně hodin není. Tohle je menší mínusko které si myslím že je za pár dní na pozitivních číslech.
7) Zkušenosti s adminováním
Před již zmíněnou pauzou jsem byl přes 2 roky administrátorem na surf serveru (2017-19 +- ) není to to samé, co public, ale pointa je ta stejná. Starat se o chod serveru, dohlížet nad hráčema,aby nedělali brikule apod.. Myslím si že se svými zkušenostmy se rád podílím aj u vás na publicu, a po těch letech si zas připomenout tu starou dobu kdy jsem byl naposledy v AT. 

8) 5 vět o tobě (minimálně 4 věty)

Tak jmenuji se Radim. Pocházím z města Pardubice.
Vystudoval jsem 2x Střední školu v potravinářských služeb oboru pekař a cukrář v Hradci Králové.
Je mi 25 let, a mezi mé koníčky patří jakýkoliv sport který mě baví, samozřejmě jen jako 4FUN, např ( fotbal,florball,basket,apod...)
Rád si ob-den zaběhám, a udržuji kondičku, chci na sobě trošku zapracovat Smile
Jsem občas rager, na serveru mi jistě ulítne pár ,,sprostějších,, slovíček. Ale NIKDY, to není cíleně na hráče, z tohoto jsem vyrostl.
Rád zajdu s rodinou,přátely na drink do city a trošku zablbnout do klubu, připomenout si toho teenagera v sobě Big Grin 
Myslím že tož je asi nejstručnější popis mého charakteru, lépe se člověk pozna když s danou osobou pokecá osobně něbo třeba na DC atd...
Každopádně tož je asi ode mě vše, předem děkuji za kladné aj záporné odpovědi a názory na mě.
Určitě muj vstup po letech na váš public nebyl plánovan tak, že dostanu ten ban který jsem obdržel, za co se omlouvam a znovu děkuji skvělému AT, který mi udělil šanci dokázat že opravdu nepatřím mezi ty kteří si něco cheatama musí dokazovat.
S pozdravem Redy.

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  [Vyřešené] Ub
Příspěvek od: REDQOO - 10-08-2021, 05:34 PM - Fórum: Žádost o unban - Odpovědí (7)

Zdravím proč je má žádost o unban smazána?


Někteří admini se vyjádřili a najednou smazána

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