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a square meter is 1000 mm times 1000 mm = 1000000 sq mm

divide 843 by 1000000 =.R000843 per sq mm

now multiply 600 by 300= 180000 sq mm

now multiply 180000 by .000843 = R151.00

simple maths really

divide 843 by 1000000 =.R000843 per sq mm

now multiply 600 by 300= 180000 sq mm

now multiply 180000 by .000843 = R151.00

simple maths really

Oct 20, 2016 | Cameras

wall or pipe? -If walls -wall studs set at 16" wide apart x 8' tall would be 10.64 sf(example) each so times width of wall x height of wall.

--if a Pipe then--

4" PIPE 12.57 Circumference(in) 12.57 sq.in

5" PIPE 15.71 Circumference(in) 19.64 sq.in

6" PIPE 18.85 Circumference(in) 28.27 sq.in

8" PIPE 25.13 Circumference(in) 50.27 sq.in

--if a Pipe then--

4" PIPE 12.57 Circumference(in) 12.57 sq.in

5" PIPE 15.71 Circumference(in) 19.64 sq.in

6" PIPE 18.85 Circumference(in) 28.27 sq.in

8" PIPE 25.13 Circumference(in) 50.27 sq.in

Mar 05, 2015 | Insulation

It appears that you turn the dial to any setting from 1 to 13 depending upon how much water you want the timer to dispense. The numbers show relative amounts from 100 total gallons to 400 total gallons, then the timer shuts off.

Gary

Gary

Jul 26, 2011 | Garden

Below is a list of spreader settings. You may want to call Scotts at 800-543-8873 and verify the product you are using is able to be used in a hand held spreader.

- For fine grass seed (blue, rye, fescue) use setting 1
- For coarser seed (tall fescue) use setting 2
- For light fertilizer (Scotts fertilizers at a regular rate) use setting 3
- For heavy fertilizer (Scotts fertilizers at a heavy setting) use setting 4
- For pelletized fertilizer and ice melt products use setting 5

May 16, 2011 | Scotts 71133 Handgreen II Hand Held...

Hello, to solve your question about what number to use to calibrate your broadcast spreader, please use the step-by-step instructions below:

1. If you don't already know the square footage of your lawn, please walk off or measure, multiplying the length by width. For example, my lawn is 100 ft wide by 100 ft long; this equals 10,000 sq. ft.

2. Use this figure (30,000 sq ft) to determine how much fertilizer, insecticide, fungicide,apply etc., to purchase and apply.

3. To calibrate the spreader for applying your product at the correct rate, first weigh and hold out an amount of product to cover a pre-determined test area; for example, enough for a 200 sq ft space.

4. Because most lawn fertilizers are packaged to cover areas in 1000 sq ft increments, it's easy to figure how many 1,000 sq ft applications you need for your lawn.

5. Set your spreader to 3 and measure 1/5 of the recommended application on your product, to cover a 200 sq ft area.

6. Use your spreader to cover this 200 sq ft area.

7. If there is product remaining in the hopper after walking this 200 sq ft area, increase the setting number and move to another test area, repeat steps 5 and 6.

8. If there wasn't enough product to cover the test area, back the number down, move to another test area, and repeat steps 5 and 6, until you finish with product and lawn test area at the same time.

9. Remember to never leave product in your hopper because many chemicals are corrosive and can destroy the moving parts, making the spreader inoperable.

I hope this helps!

1. If you don't already know the square footage of your lawn, please walk off or measure, multiplying the length by width. For example, my lawn is 100 ft wide by 100 ft long; this equals 10,000 sq. ft.

2. Use this figure (30,000 sq ft) to determine how much fertilizer, insecticide, fungicide,apply etc., to purchase and apply.

3. To calibrate the spreader for applying your product at the correct rate, first weigh and hold out an amount of product to cover a pre-determined test area; for example, enough for a 200 sq ft space.

4. Because most lawn fertilizers are packaged to cover areas in 1000 sq ft increments, it's easy to figure how many 1,000 sq ft applications you need for your lawn.

5. Set your spreader to 3 and measure 1/5 of the recommended application on your product, to cover a 200 sq ft area.

6. Use your spreader to cover this 200 sq ft area.

7. If there is product remaining in the hopper after walking this 200 sq ft area, increase the setting number and move to another test area, repeat steps 5 and 6.

8. If there wasn't enough product to cover the test area, back the number down, move to another test area, and repeat steps 5 and 6, until you finish with product and lawn test area at the same time.

9. Remember to never leave product in your hopper because many chemicals are corrosive and can destroy the moving parts, making the spreader inoperable.

I hope this helps!

Apr 02, 2011 | Garden

first 40lbs per 2k of lime will do nothing, rate to chemnge ph 1 point is 50lbs per 500k which would be all the way open slow walk. for your application you should be about half to 3/4 open normal walk

Feb 06, 2011 | Scotts Company Garden

This is not an error. .001 multiplied by .001 is 1E-6.

If the absolute value of a number is less than .001, the calculator will always display it in scientific notation. 1E-6 is interpreted as 1 times 10 to the minus sixth power.

If the absolute value of a number is less than .001, the calculator will always display it in scientific notation. 1E-6 is interpreted as 1 times 10 to the minus sixth power.

Oct 11, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Here is the rule of thumb to determine your spreader setting.

Place enough material in the hopper to cover 1,000 sq. ft. (Usually indicated on the bag of product, if not indicated, take pounds in bag and divide by the number of thousand square feet bag covers. Example: 23lb bag covers 5,000 sq ft, divide 23 by 5 to get 4.6lbs per 1,000 sq ft).

* Place the spreader setting on a low setting (Usually one-fourth of the spreader setting range or less).

* Spread the material over a 50 x 20 ft. area (This is 1,000 sq. ft.).

* If material is left over, they need to increase the setting.

* If they come up short, they need to decrease the setting.

* While this is not a scientific method for getting the spreader setting, it will be close.

Place enough material in the hopper to cover 1,000 sq. ft. (Usually indicated on the bag of product, if not indicated, take pounds in bag and divide by the number of thousand square feet bag covers. Example: 23lb bag covers 5,000 sq ft, divide 23 by 5 to get 4.6lbs per 1,000 sq ft).

* Place the spreader setting on a low setting (Usually one-fourth of the spreader setting range or less).

* Spread the material over a 50 x 20 ft. area (This is 1,000 sq. ft.).

* If material is left over, they need to increase the setting.

* If they come up short, they need to decrease the setting.

* While this is not a scientific method for getting the spreader setting, it will be close.

May 16, 2010 | Scotts Company SCOTTS SEED EDGEGUARD MINI...

there is most likly no problem with the machine itself. most likly its oversized. how many sq. ft. is the space. 700 sq. ft. per 12000 btu's is the norm. If its over sized the unit will cool the space quickly and not have the time to remove humidity like its supposed to. check your sq. ft. and on the unit you will see the BTU's of the unit and go from there. I hope this answers your question!!!

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