The ibuypower value ultra is basically easy to use. You can find more details about this software here: http://softwareprocesses.info
positives: inexpensive; dual-core socket am2 cpu; copious customization options. negatives: default case is ugly, and the other case options aren’t much better; similar polywell system offers better overall performance, gaming aside. facts: the highly configurable ibuypower value ultra can be set up to emphasize performance or price; this back-to-school configuration keeps a foot in both camps, but a better budget deal lurks elsewhere.
This item, ibuypower value ultra ,would be a prudent purchase if you had the job of flash-drier operator. Why would I say this? Well, heres the description: controls flash-drier furnace and auxiliary equipment to remove water from activated carbon slurry, for use in industrial and consumer applications: tests specific gravity of carbon slurry in agitator tank, using hydrometer, and draws sample for acidity testing by wash operator (chemical). admits water and dumps prescribed amount of caustic into slurry tank to bring density and acidity readings to prescribed standard. turns valve to heat slurry to specified temperature and starts pumps to transfer slurry to vacuum drum filter. adjusts gate leading to paddle mixer to regulate flow of slurry to furnace. sets automatic controls to maintain furnace temperature at plant standard. moves switches and turns valves to regulate furnace blowers and cyclone filters that control flow and discharge dried carbon. directs activities of workers engaged in tending filter and carbon-bagging machines. weighs carbon samples taken from furnace discharge spouts and computes percentage of moisture removed, using standard formula. keeps log of gauge readings and test results. verifies setup of scraper blade on filter drum for efficient operation. may turn fuel valves to regulate furnace conditions in manually controlled units, according to specifications.
Wouldnt the job flash-drier operator could be useful to use the ibuypower value ultra with? Nah… I think it would not be actually – forget I said that!