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Dutch Filter Cloth

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    filter cloth
  • Wire or synthetic cloth woven with a greater number of wires in one direction than the other, and utilizing two different wire diameters. Filter cloth is woven in both lain and twill weave patterns and is also referred to as “Dutch Weave”.
  • A term relating to geotextiles used in filtration applications but has also become a generic term to cover all geotextiles.
  • Of or relating to the Netherlands or its people or their language
  • the people of the Netherlands; "the Dutch are famous for their tulips"
  • of or relating to the Netherlands or its people or culture; "Dutch painting"; "Dutch painters"
  • Dutch (released in the UK and Australia as Driving Me Crazy) is a 1991 American comedy/drama film directed by Peter Faiman (his only other film along with Crocodile Dundee) and written by John Hughes. The original music score was composed by Alan Silvestri.
dutch filter cloth - Aquabot ABTTJET
Aquabot ABTTJET Turbo T Jet Robotic In-Ground Pool Cleaner
Aquabot ABTTJET Turbo T Jet Robotic In-Ground Pool Cleaner
New Technology from the makers of the world's #1 selling robotic pool cleaner!

Designed and engineered for all types of pool surfaces, the Aquabot Jet features extra-wide, non-marring polyethelyene wheels with wide-track chassis allowing it to glide over liner seams, wrinkles, footprints, maindrains and most other obstacles that can typically obstruct other cleaners.

The Aquabot Jet is powered by a pump motor that provides vacuum suction and jet-drive propulsion. The results are amazing speed and filtration power - covering up to 5,000 sq. ft. of surface per hour!

With its own self-contained filter system and patented venturi jets, the Aquabot Jet can remove all types of debris, including sand, algae and even large leaves, while filtering up to 4,800 gallons of water per hour - down to two microns!


Comes complete with 51-feet of floating hose and a state-of-the-art digital program timer for ease of use.

1-year warranty.

Maintain your pool the easy way with the Aquabot Turbo T Jet Robotic Inground Pool Cleaner. Equipped with extra-wide non-marring wheels that roll over any surface ripples or footprints on the pool's bottom and even run up the walls of pools with curved floor-to-wall transitions, this simple-to-use, single motor device automatically power washes every surface of your pool while vacuuming and filtering the water, reducing the strain on your pool's main filter. The Turbo T Jet operates independently without heavy hoses that need to be maneuvered and directed. Simply turn the Turbo T Jet on, drop it in the water, and the self-propelled unit will clean most in-ground pools in less than two hours and with minimal energy use. The Turbo T Jet will not get stuck in ladders or corners and its patented E-Z Swivel Device ensures a tangle-free cable for ease of use.
The Aquabot Turbo T Jet blasts stubborn debris from every inch of your pool's surface area using water jet propulsion discharged from the unit's powerful vacuuming pump. The internal pump filtration system simultaneously removes algae and bacteria as small as two microns, as well as dirt, leaves, and sand from the water independently of the pool's main filter, reducing the chemical, water, and energy costs associated with the maintenance of your pool.Additionally, the efficient design of the single motor Turbo T Jet means that you won't have to replace wearable parts. Overall, the Turbo T Jet can save as much as 50 percent of your pool maintenance costs.
Jet Drive Propulsion
Cleans pool walls and bottom
Single motor
Cleans pool in two hours
Non-marring wheels
No poles or hoses
Works independently of main filter
Two-micron mesh filter
Reduces use of water, chemicals, and electricity
Patented EZ swivel device
Requires curved transition between floor and walls to climb walls

75% (15)
Cloth Hall Ypres
Cloth Hall Ypres
Canon g6 Infrared - R72 filter The Cloth Hall (Dutch: Lakenhal or Lakenhalle), of Ypres, Belgium, was one of the largest commercial buildings of the Middle Ages, when it served as the main market and warehouse for the Flemish city's prosperous cloth industry. The original structure, erected mainly in the 13th century and completed 1304, lay in ruins after artillery fire devastated Ypres in World War I. Between 1933 and 1967, the hall was meticulously reconstructed to its prewar condition, under the guidance of architects J. Coomans and P.A. Pauwels. At 125 meters in breadth, with a 70-meter-high belfry tower, the Cloth Hall recalls the importance and wealth of the medieval trade city. In a row spanning the front of the edifice are tall pointed arches that alternately enclose windows and blind niches. Before the Great War, the niches framed life-size statues of historical personages, counts and countesses of Flanders. The niches on the side wings are now mostly vacant, but those in the centre contain statues of Count Baldwin IX of Flanders and Mary of Champagne, legendary founders of the building; and King Albert I and Queen Elisabeth, under whose reign the reconstruction began. Situated between these two couples, directly above the central archway entrance or Donkerpoort, is a statue of Our Lady of Thuyne, the patron of Ypres. The belfry, capped with four turrets and a spire, houses a carillon with 49 bells. From a pole atop the spire a gilded dragon overlooks the city. The tower offers an expansive view of the surroundings, and was used as a watchtower in centuries past. It has also accommodated the town archives, a treasury, an armory and a prison. In less enlightened times, cats, then associated in some way with black magic, were thrown off the belfry for reasons that are not clearly understood. Today, a jester commemorates this act by tossing stuffed toy felines from the tower during the triennial Cat Festival. The Cloth Hall used to be accessible by boat via the Ieperlee waterway, which is now covered. The spacious ground-floor halls where wool and cloth were once sold are now used for exhibitions; the second floor, formerly a warehouse, now hosts the In Flanders Fields Museum, dedicated to the history of World War I.
DIY Drip Coffee - the granny way @ home office, pune
DIY Drip Coffee - the granny way @ home office, pune
I googled on DIY coffee makers and very difficult, complicated stuff came up, asking for PVC pipes and what not. So decided to do it the granny way - Take a piece of muslin / cotton cloth. Fold four times. Stick on a thermos with a rubber band. Fill the cloth with coffee. Pour hot water and close the lid. Remove after 4 mins, and viola! Perfect for coffee emergencies and while travelling. All you need is a poc (piece of cloth) and a rubber band. And if you forgot to pack your thermos, just put the cloth on a cup or mug and secure the top with a saucer or even a paperback novel. Moral of the story - when there's no water in the kitchen, and you have already used up all your regular coffee makers...get back to basics!

dutch filter cloth
dutch filter cloth
Thai tea filter stainless steel / muslin
Thai iced tea is becoming a very popular drink in the United States, and this Thai tea filter will let you prepare it to perfection. This tea filter is made of stainless steel and muslin. Use it again and again--we've used ours for years. The top is a circle 5 inches in diameter, and a handle 5 inches long. The mulsin filter is nice and long (8 inches) so it holds the tea well. Usually in preparation the tea is placed in the filter, then it's twisted a coupe times to keep it together. Product of Thailand. We also offer the thai tea mix, Thai-Style Tapioca Pearl Tea and instant Thai tea mix.

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