Month: July 2017

HOW TO FIND THE BEST SPEED GOVERNOR AT AFFORDABLE PRICE

HOW TO FIND THE BEST SPEED GOVERNOR AT AFFORDABLE PRICE

Speed governor is a device used to restrict the top speed of the vehicle for security reasons, widely used in public service vehicles (buses, school buses) and heavy goods vehicles. The vehicles are already equipped with an onboard speed limit system which prevent the vehicle exceeding certain speed.

Initially commercial vehicle owners will have to shell out less than 10,000 per vehicle for the purpose of installing speed governors within their vehicle. The state government’s policy is to make speed governors mandatory in all vehicles increases the sale of speed governor.

To find the best governor at affordable price, one must look at types: There are two types of governors.

  1. Centrifugal governors
  2. Inertia governors

Centrifugal governors: Are used in balancing the rotating balls by using centrifugal force. Two balls with equal mass are attached to the means, they are called as fly balls or governor balls with the help of spindle, balls rotate and the engine is driven by the bevel gear. To the spindle upper end arms are joined. When the balls are revolving about the vertical axis they move up and down.

While the spindle is revolving simultaneously the sleeve is also revolving along with the spindle the speeds increases in then the balls and the sleeve rise and fall when the spindle speed decreases Centrifugal governors are mainly divided into two types.

They are:

  • Pendulum type
  • Loaded type

The pendulum governor consists of watt governor.                                                                                 The Loaded type governors are mainly divided into two types. They are;

  • Dead weight governor
  • Spring controlled governor.

The Dead weight are divided into two types. They are;

  • Porter governor
  • Proell governor

In porter governor dead weight are placed on the sleeves and balls are attached or the hinge.

The spring controlled governors are also divided into four types;

  1. Pickering governor
  2. Hartnany governor
  3. Hartnell governor
  4. Wilson Hartnell governor.

Hartnell governor is also known as spring loaded governor. Two bell crank levers joints are arranged on the frame. To the governor spindle a frame is attached and then made to rotate with it

  1. Inertia governors: compare with the other governors inertia governors work on the different principle. The balls are arranged in way such that inertia forces are caused due to angular retardation or acceleration of the governor shaft to change their position with the help of the springs the displacement of the balls are calculated and controlled by using the governor mechanism the energy supply to the engine is calculated.The positions of the balls are exaggerated by the rate of revolution of the speed of the shaft.

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BENEFITS OF ELECTRIC FENCES FOR HOMES AND COMPANIES

BENEFITS OF ELECTRIC FENCES FOR HOMES AND COMPANIES

An electric fence is a barrier that uses electric shocks to deter animals from crossing a boundary. The voltage of the shocking have effects ranging from discomfort to death.

Most electric fence are used for agricultural fencing and other forms of animals control, although they are frequently used to enhance the security of sensitive areas, such as military, installations, prisons and other security sensitive places

Electric fences are designed to create an electric circuit when touched by a person or animals.

An animal fence energizer converts mains or battery power into a high voltage pulse. The energizer releases this pulse on to an insulated fence line about once every second. The pulse itself is only around 150 microseconds long. This pulse is commonly referred to as the ‘shock’ and is felt by any animal or human which touches an electric fence. When human makes contact with the fence the circuit is complete. It is at this point the human receive a shock.

#1: Electric fencing offers a safer alternative than conventional barrier fences such as barbed wire and woven wire.

It is less harmful than many fence types, which routinely cut, gouge and scrape livestock, leading to expensive vet bills and production losses.

#2: An electric fence can perform the same task as a conventional fence using much less materials.

Depending on the length of the fence where the cost of the energizer may be spread over, this type of fencing generally proves to be cheaper than standard stock fencing.

#3: It places a 24 hour monitor on the perimeter. If wired correctly the electric fence will go to an alarm when the ware is cut or shorted.

The electric fence will have served its purpose as an early warning device should the above occur. Unlike most house burglar alarms it will inform you at the property boundary.

#4: Although house alarms are of importance the advantage of correctly installed electric fence is that, either the person does not try to enter the premises or should the alarm be sounded the person is not already in the house or building and therefore time is on your side.

It is clearly a more attractive proposition around your home than a physical fence and does not require maintenance or repairs like a physical fence might.

#5: The cost of an electric fence will be much cheaper than the alternative such as wood, rail, vinyl, woven wire or barbed wire.

It is also much easier to install as compared to traditional fencing methods and barbed wire fences. The components are light weight and easy to carry. Also minimal planning is required, making the installation much faster. With barbed wire fencing, a lot more time is required to dig holes for the support poles and to transport the heavy components.

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Drink Driving: A Major Cause of Road Accident

Drink Driving: A Major Cause of Road Accident

One needs not to be drunk to be affected by alcohol. You might feel normal but no one drives well after drinking alcohol. Drink driving is a factor in about one in every five crashes in which someone loses their life.

The effects of alcohol are wide ranging and impossible to avoid. After a big night out you still have alcohol in your system. For much of the next day. Alcohol is a depressant.

Mixing alcohol with energy drinks is dangerous. Alcohol is a depressant and caffeine in energy drinks is stimulant – mix them too much and your body can not lope.

Energy drinks can mask the effects of alcohol, as the caffeine makes you feel more alert. You may be drunk without knowing it. Your blood alcohol concentration does not change if you drink energy drinks, even though you may feel like its lower.

Never drive if you have had alcohol mixed with an energy drink. Try to plan ahead and us other ways of getting home safely.

We all must note that, it is illegal for you to drink alcohol while you are driving, even if your blood alcohol concentration stays below your legal limit.

Walking home is a better choice than driving, if you have been drinking.

Effect of drink driving

Drivers use their hands, eyes and feet to control the car; but their hands, eyes and feet must be controlled by their brains. Safe driving requires alertness and the ability to make quick decisions in rapidly changing situations. Drinking alcohol can have a profound effect on driving skills.

  • Slow reaction time: When alcohol is in one’s system, it affects how quickly you are able to respond to different situations. Drinking slows your response time, which can increase the likelihood of an accident. If the car in front of you brakes suddenly or a pedestrian crosses the street, it will take longer for your brain to process the situation and prevent an accident.

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  • Reduce concentration: Alcohol can influence your concentration no matter how much or little you take. Staying in one’s lane, your speed, other cars on the road and traffic signals are some of the many things that require your concentration when driving. Your attentions span can be reduced with drinking which will increase the chance of an accident.
  • Decrease vision: Alcohol consumption can negatively impact your vision. After drinking, you may notice that your vision is blurred or that you are unable to control your eye movement. Impaired vision can affect how you judge the distance between your car and other vehicles.
  • Coordination: Reduced eye, hand and foot coordination can be caused by drinking too much alcohol.

DO you engage in drink driving? What do you think are some of the effects of drink driving apart from these?

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HOW TO INSTALL A CAR TRACKING DEVICE

HOW TO INSTALL A CAR TRACKING DEVICE

Car tracking devices are invaluable tools for monitoring either a single car or an entire fleet of vehicles. A real time car tracking device gives you up to the minute speed and location updates, including text or email alert based on parameters you set in advance.

For any company or person that runs a fleet of business vehicles, a tracking system will really take out the hassle associated with managing them, as well as improving efficiency and saving your money. All must note that tracking device is easier and cheaper to install than you think.

A car tracking device mainly works via GPS satellite navigation, although in some cases a radio frequency or cellular can be used if GPS coverage is poor. The actual setup is really simple, each vehicle transmits a signal to orbiting satellite computer. The vehicle information is displayed on maps, allowing you to monitor speed and exact where about.

 

There are several reasons you might want to know the exact where about and travelling conditions of your vehicle. Maybe you are keeping very tidy maintenance records and you want to be able to reference the performance history.Vehicle Tracking Device

If you live in an area where car theft is high, you might install one on one of your vehicles, so you can track it to its exact location. Far and away the most popular reason for investing in a GPS car tracking device is that you are the parent of a freshly – minded driver.

So how do you install a car tracking device?

#1. One must connect the supply line of the tracking device to the vehicle battery. Connect the ignition wire of the device to the second ignition of the car.

#2. Now place the device in such a way that is not covered by a metal surface. In many at times, the place under the dashboard is perfect. This is because, the dashboard being made of fiber does not block the signal like metal. On the board antenna or external antenna should be facing the sky.

#3: Every GPS tracking device will have its own way of being appropriately installed on a car. Those appropriate methods have to do with positioning of its power supply and the potential of being discovered. An additional reason has to do with you also want to collect car engine performance data along with the location.

#4: Depending on your objectives of installing the GPS tracking device, you may want to note all the four carefully.

  1. Are you trying to track the vehicle without the knowledge of the owner/driver?
  2. Are you trying to collect the engine performance date as well along with location of the car?
  3. Are you installing the GPS tracking device to protect the car from theft? Try to install the device so the GPS antenna is in full view of the sky and that no metal is shielding it or you won’t get proper GPS signal

You can contact Eureka Technical Services Limited for more information!

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DRIVING IN THE FLOOD: 5 SAFETY TIPS YOU MUST KNOW

DRIVING IN THE FLOOD: 5 SAFETY TIPS YOU MUST KNOW

Open water is a stretch of water which is not enclosed by land, ice or other barriers. The melting of ice on rivers and the like in spring! Life wouldn’t exist without the sun, yet the sun presents a major challenge and a potential danger to open water (flooding).

Driving in a flood poses some problems. And these are some of the conditions which occur when driving in open water.

  • The road becomes wet and slippery. Something that is slippery is smooth, wet or oily and is therefore difficult to walk on or to hold. Road slipperiness can be measured either in terms of the friction between a freely spinning wheel and the ground or the braking distance of a braking vehicle and is related to the coefficient of friction between the tyre and the road surface.

 

Some increase in slipperiness of a section of road can increase the accident rate of the section of road tenfold. Maintenance activities affecting slipperiness include drainage repair, snow removal and street sweeping.

  • Visibility ahead may be reduced. In transport, driver visibility is the maximum distance at which the driver of a vehicle can see and identify prominent objects around the vehicle. When driving in a flood, the driver may not be able to see and identify prominent objects around the vehicle. The part of a vehicle that influence visibility include the windshield, the dashboard and the pillars. Good driver visibility is essential to safe road traffic.

 

 

  • The types of the vehicle may not have full grip on the road surface because of lack of adhesion. Adhesion railway or adhesion traction is the most common type of railway, where power is applied by driving some or all of the wheels of the locomotive. Traction or friction can be reduced when the rails or road are greasy because of rain, oil or decomposing leaves.

 

  • Some roads may become impassable because of flood.

 

  • As a result of the wetness of the road, braking and stopping distance become longer: to be a safe driver you need to understand the factors that affect a car’s stopping distance. The stopping distance depends on two factors.

 

  1. Thinking distance: It takes time for a driver to react to a situation. During this reaction time the car carries on moving. The thinking distance is the distance travelled in between the driver realizing he needs to brake and actually braking.

 

  1. Braking distance: The braking distance is the distance taken to stop once the brakes are applied.

Stopping distance = Thinking distance + braking distance.

 

Thinking distance can be increased by:

 

  • Greater speed
  • Tiredness
  • Alcohol and drugs
  • Distractions

Braking distance can be increased by:

  • Greater speed
  • Poor road conditions (icy, wet)
  • Car conditions (bad tyres, poor brakes)

What one can do when driving in a flood?

  • Reduce your speed
  • Increase the following distance between you and the vehicle ahead from 2 seconds to 3, 4 or 5 seconds
  • Never drive so close to the edge of the road
  • Make sure your wiper blades are functioning

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5 TIPS TO USE TO ENSURE SAFETY WHEN DRIVING ON A MOUNTAIN

5 TIPS TO USE TO ENSURE SAFETY WHEN DRIVING ON A MOUNTAIN

Driving on a mountain can be a wonderful and exhilarating but it can also be tiring and cause extra wear and tear on your vehicle. Follow the tips to ensure safety driving on a mountain.

  1. Fill up: many people do not know that climbing steep grades requires more fuel than the typical drive. Couple that the fact that gas stations and cell phone service could be sparse in mountainous areas and you have a recipe for a breakdown.

 

Many mountain roads have minimal shoulders and little or no visibility ahead, so running out of gas could place you at a very serious risk of being hit by another driver. Avoid this scenario by filling your car up completely before a driving on a mountain.

 

  1. Make sure your brakes are working, brake servicing is one of those routine maintenance chores you just cannot ignore. Brake parts have a life span and they do need to be regularly serviced and sometimes replaced to work properly.

Your brakes are of the most important safety components in your vehicle. So if you notice any of the common warning signs of brake issues, it’s time to get a professional to check your car. You will drive safe on a mountain if your brakes are working good and head off more expensive damage.

  1. Select a safe speed: Your speed should not be too fast for road and weather conditions. Also you should be able to maintain a safe speed on winding mountain roads. When vehicles meet on a steep, narrow road which is not wide enough for two vehicles, the vehicle going downhill must yield the right of way by braking up to a wider place or by stopping to leave sufficient space for the vehicle going uphill.

Use a low gear to help slow your vehicle down. Don’t drive in neutral or with your foot on the clutch. You must drive slowly enough so that your brakes can hold you back without getting too hot. If the brakes become too hot, they may start to fade.

 

  1. Don’t hug the center line: Most mountain roads are narrower than interstate highways: Some drivers have a tendency to hug the center line, but this driving technique is both unwise and irritating to other drivers.

 

If you are hugging the center line, and another center hugging vehicle comes around a curve from the opposite direction, both drivers may overcorrect and create a hazardous situation.

 

  1. Escape ramps: Escape ramps are specially built to either make stops or allow overtaking as normally the roads are not very wide to permit drivers to make a stop wherever they desire.

Escape ramps normally have a long bed of loose soft material like gravel to slow a runaway vehicle keep your eyes peeled to escape ramp locations on your route and only stop on them to allow free of traffic and for your own safety. Signs often slow drivers where ramps are located.

You can contact Eureka Technical Services Limited for more information!

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5 TIPS TO USE TO ENSURE SAFETY WHEN DRIVING IN THE RAIN

5 TIPS TO USE TO ENSURE SAFETY WHEN DRIVING IN THE RAIN

Singing in the rain is fun. But what of driving in the rain?

For some people, its anxiety producing! Driving in the rain can be both scary and dangerous and it’s important to take wet weather seriously when you are on the road. There are lots of things you can do to make driving in the rain safer, including being prepared by making sure your car is ready and ensuring you can always see properly.

But most importantly, you have to drive according to the conditions and adjust a few of your habits to avoid sliding, skidding or being involved in a collision.

  1. Keep your window clean and clear. Being able to see properly is key to driving safely any time, especially when visibility is already reduced because of rain. To improve your visibility;

Clean the inside and outside of the windows regularly to remove dirt, dust, mud, smoke, fingerprints and other materials.

If your windows fog up, turn on the air conditioning or cold air in the car and aim the vents at the windows. Turn on the rear defroster and open the windows if necessary to increase the airflow.

 

  1. Slow down: During any bad weather or unfavorable driving conditions; you must first adjust your speed. One must note that wet roads reduce once traction and one slowing down reduces the chances of you skidding out.

Wet roads reduce your traction by about a third, so you should also reduce your speed by a third. Driving in the rain too quickly on wet roads can lead to hydroplaning, which means that your tires lose contact with the road. When a car hydroplanes, you have very little control in terms of steering or braking.

 

  1. Turn your lights on: turn on your headlights to help other vehicles see you. Many states require the use of headlights during rain even in broad day light.

 

  1. Leave room: When it is raining, make sure to leave more room than you normally would between your car and the car ahead of you. This allows you ample space in order to react to sudden braking or sliding cars. Usually you leave three to four car lengths of room between you and other cars but on a rainy day, try five to six car lengths.

 

  1. Think: Many people drive subconsciously, out of habit. And when it rains, they often don’t adjust their thinking. When conditions are less than ideal, drivers need to stay alert and focused on what’s going on around them.

 

  1. Turn off cruise control: Ironically rain cruise control may cause you to lose control. You might think that it will help you stay at one steady speed but if you hydroplane while you are in cruise control, your car will actually go faster.

You can contact Eureka Technical Services Limited for more information!

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TOP 5 CASES OF PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS

TOP 5 CASES OF PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS

A pedestrian is a person who is walking especially in a town or city, rather than travelling in a vehicle. Pedestrian crossing is a place where pedestrians can cross a street and where motorists must stop to let them cross.

Pedestrian accidents usually move under the radar because the majority of pedestrian never report their accidents to the police. These accidents are most at times caused by the inattentiveness of a driver, but other key factors such as driver and pedestrian confusion increase the chance of pedestrian accidents as well.

A pedestrian has been defined as a person walking along a road or in a developed area. When pedestrians are walking down a street with high level of motor vehicle traffic, they are putting themselves at risk for an accident. Even if a pedestrian stays on the sidewalk and waits for a signal before crossing the road they cannot predict or control the actions of motor vehicle drivers.

 

  1. Weather: Weather has a strong connection to the number of accidents involving pedestrians and cars. Even though the weather doesn’t necessarily directly cause the accidents, the frequency of them does have a tendency to go up on days with clear weather since more people are likely to be out and about when the weather is nice.

 

  1. Electronics: Electronics have become a huge problem. Drivers that are on their phone. Whether they are texting or talking are distracted and become reckless. Pedestrians who have phones and other technology tend to pay more attention to their devices than they do to their own safety on or around the road.

 

Electronic cars, which tend to be good for the environment happens to be quieter because they are running off batteries. The electronic cars are so quiet that they have higher likelihood of hitting pedestrians because the walkers do not hear them.

 

  1. Wearing dark clothing can also be a problem. In the night, most drivers may not be able to see those who are wearing dark cloths as easily and this increase the risk of an accident.

 

  1. Substances that alter the mind. Drinking and driving is a terrible idea. Also, drinking and walking can be dangerous as well. Statistics show that a number of injured pedestrians have high blood alcohol concentrations.

 

  1. Left hand turns are still a problem. The statistics show that there are three times as many people who get hit by cars turning left as those that are turning tight. Turning left causes the driver to have to take in far more things visually and mentally than turning right.

 

Keep in mind also that there are still a good number of unmarked crossways around our towns. There are also a danger in parking lots, as there is not really a designated and separate area for pedestrians and vehicles.

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HOW VEHICLE ALARM PROTECTS YOUR CAR

HOW VEHICLE ALARM PROTECTS YOUR CAR

Vehicle alarm is an electronic device installed in a vehicle in an attempt to discourage theft of the vehicle itself, its contents or both.

Vehicle alarm work by emitting high volume sound (usually siren, klaxon, pre-recorded verbal warning, the vehicle’s own horn) when the conditions necessary for triggering are met, as well as by flashing some of the vehicle’s lights and notifying the car’s owner via a paging system and interrupting single or multiple electrical circuits necessary for the car to start.

The main purpose of a vehicle alarm is to deter theft, which can be accomplished by either scaring off would-be thieves or simply rendering the vehicle inoperable. Vehicle alarm can provide protection against crimes of opportunity.

At the most basic level, vehicle alarms are relatively simple devices. They consist of at least three components, which are:

  1. At least one type of sensor
  2. Some type of noise-making siren or flashing light.
  3. A control unit to make it all work.

The sensors are connected to different parts of the vehicle and they are designed to trip whenever a thief attempts to gain access. When one of the sensors is tripped, it send a signal to the control unit. The control unit then activates the siren, which will call attention to the vehicle and may scare the thief off.

Vehicle alarms can be incredibly complicated. Most of them include radio receivers built into the control units and transmitters that take the form of key, fobs and there are several different kinds of sensors.

A good alarm system does not only make your car more difficult to steal, it also makes it easier to live with. The small remote control that you carry with your keys lets you arm and disarm the alarm, lock and unlock your doors and maybe even zap open your trunk.

Some systems let you use your smartphone to control and monitor your car’s security. With the door sensors, when the alarm is active, the sensors send a signal to the alarm. If a car thief opens the door, the alarm sounds. Since most car thefts require the thief to break open your car’s lock and enter the vehicle, door sensors are very effective in deterring theft.

Door sensors can stop a thief from breaking open your car’s door but can’t stop someone from breaking a window to enter your car. Shock sensors detect hits and impacts around your car, such as the shock of someone breaking a window.

Pressure sensors work on the same basic principle that microphones do, but they are set off when the pressure in the vehicle changes. Since breaking a window or opening a door will trigger a pressure change, this type of sensor can be relatively effective.

A vehicle alarm system emits loud noise and bright lights scaring the thief and some alarms come with GPS also you can find your car in case the thief is successful.

Want a vehicle alarm for your car?

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BENEFITS OF USING CCTV CAMERA AT THE WORKPLACE

BENEFITS OF USING CCTV CAMERA AT THE WORKPLACE

Close – Circuit Television (CCTV) camera is a TV system in which signals are not publicly distributed but are monitored primarily for surveillance and security purposes.

CCTV camera relies on strategic placement of cameras and private observation of the camera’s input on monitors. The system is called “Closed-Circuit” because the cameras, monitors and or video recorders communicate across a proprietary coaxial cable run or wireless communication link.

Access to data transmissions is limited by design. Modern CCTV camera displays can be high-resolution color, providing the CCTV administrator with the ability to zoom in on an image or track something (or someone). The CCTV camera allows the administrator to speak to people within range of the camera’s associated speakers.

CCTV camera is commonly used for a variety of purposes including:

  • Monitoring traffic
  • Obtaining a visual record of human activity
  • Maintaining perimeter security

There are undoubtedly huge benefits to the deployment of CCTV camera systems. The use in deterring crime is hard to prove, but is thought to be extremely effective. Customers entering a shop who know they are being filmed are significantly less likely to steal.

Members of the public who know that CCTV camera is continuously monitoring a hospital waiting room are less likely to assault staff. And also staff of the hospital will also treat members of the public good.

CCTV makes all our lives safer, since it can spot accidents as they happen – for example on the motorway – and send help immediately. It undoubtedly saves lives. Missing people are found, criminals are traced and accidents prevented with the use of CCTV at work place. Business and with them, livelihoods are protected from theft and monetary loss by the use of CCTV security system.

A CCTV system is able to view the recording after the fact. For example, a thief breaks into your office while you were out. Your video recording can be used in helping the police identify the thief and also be used as evidence in the event of a trial.

CCTV camera helps to keep an eye on what is going on. “The mice plays when the cat is away”. This expression applies for many places; which include the workplace. In addition to increasing employee productivity, installing CCTV cameras will enable you to view and know your surroundings from wherever you are, provided you have an internet connection.

CCTV camera protects private areas at the workplace, in a case of having an area or certain documents that are off limits to certain employees instantly CCTV cameras is the best solution to stop forbidden employees from entering these areas.

CCTV cameras never lie, if camera do not deter a crime, be it one committed by an outside or one committed by a staff member, they certainly clarify the facts. CCTV cameras help business owners to improve to improve the way they operate. By reviewing day to day operatives through the use of security cameras they can go back and isolate a problem in the way their employees perform a specific task.

Want a CCTV camera at your workplace?

You can contact Eureka Technical Services Limited for more information!  We are a security and safety limited company focused in ensuring road safety has all that you need to ensure road safety!

Contact us for all your road safety needs: Speed Warning Systems, CCTV Camera , Car Alarms, Digital Speed Governor with Record and Online Tracking and Vehicle Tracking System.

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