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Based in Australia, agrmachinery has been an eBay member since 20 Apr, 2006

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| Member since: 20 Apr, 2006 | Australia
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Firewood & Log Splitter Guide
If you depend on firewood for heating, there are a few things you should know before selecting a log splitter. Should you already be an expert on different firewood and wood-fired stoves, you can jump straight to log splitter specifics below, but if you would like to learn how to get the most out of your stove, keep reading... Quick Click Menu: HOW TO OPTIMISE YOUR HEATING THE LIFE OF A FIRE PERFECT FIREWOOD LOG SPLITTER SPECIFICS CHOOSING YOUR LOG SPLITTER ABOUT AGR MACHINERY &n...
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Generator buying guide
How do you choose the right generator? When browsing for generators, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by the technical terms and abbreviations – W, V, kVA, AVR, PSW, etc. might all sound like Greek at first. But let’s look at what you really need to know in order to select the generator that is just right for you. It is, after all, not rocket science.   On the most basic level, a generator consists of an engine that drives an alternator, which in turn generates the powe...
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Fact sheet: Pure sine wave VS modified sine wave
Alternating current So, you’re looking to purchase an inverter to run an AC-powered device off a battery or other DC source. Will you need a pure-sine-wave inverter (PSW), or will a cheaper modified-sine-wave inverter (MSW) do the job?   To answer that question, let’s begin by looking at what AC is. For starters, it’s short for alternating current. In other words, it denotes a current that repeatedly changes direction. This goes for the output of both pure- and modifie...