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Simple Charcoal Kettle BBQ Grill with Ash Catcher

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Simple Charcoal Kettle BBQ Grill with Ash Catcher Outdoor Barbecue

Why buy the simple charcoal kettle bbq grill with ash catcher?

This simple kettle bbq grill’s assembled dimension is just 24L*22.8W*36.6H inch. Portable to carry. Heavy-gauge, black porcelain-enameled steel lid, and bowl are included, fully functional and easy to use. The bakelite handle can resist hot. Removable ash catcher is convenient for you to clean the carbon ash. All the grill body use rust-resistant construction and stainless steel legs, very durable. The black simple kettle bbq grill is perfect for holiday gifting.

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ShaoKoO located in Foshan City, Guangdong Province, China, specializes in manufacturing charcoal bbq grill, wood-fired pizza oven, fire pit, and bbq tools etc, has been established for 17 years since 2001. Years of industry experience have made us a leader in the Chinese barbecue industry, dedicated to bringing barbecues to everyone, every family, every country, and building a barbecue world for barbecue lovers.

ShaoKoO not only integrates R&D, design, production, and sales, but also supports OEM and ODM, and is committed to providing a full range of sophisticated services to customers around the world.

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We have extensive industry experience, professional R&D team and sales team, strong technical force and first-class production equipment to provide you with high quality and low price products. Such as charcoal bbq grill, stainless steel pizza oven, fire pit, and bbq tools. Most of our products are exported to countries around the world every year. We support OEM and ODM, our application certificates include SGS, EN1860, LFGB, FDA, TUV, BSCI, etc. In the factory with multiple inspection qualifications, our products meet the basic international requirements.

If you’re a retailer in your country, you will get the competitive price in the local market and occupy the market, If you buy goods from local supermarket and wholesalers, you will find that we’re your the best choice because they purchased the product from our factory. A customer on shaokoo.com, you could:

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Simple Portable Black Charcoal Kettle BBQ Grill with Ash Catcher. Durable, easy use, rust-resistant. Outdoor Barbecue for the backyard, garden, camping, party.

Reaction Engines successfully tests precooler technology at Mach 5

Reaction Engines has successfully tested its precooler, a component of its air-breathing rocket engine, at conditions representing Mach 5.

This marks the first phase of high-temperature testing, a significant milestone in the development of the company’s SABRE engine that hopes to revolutionise hypersonic flight.

The precooler heat exchanger is a vital component of engine and is an enabling technology for other precooled propulsion systems and a range of commercial applications.

This ground-based test achieved the highest temperature objective of the Company’s HTX testing programme and took place at its specially constructed facility at the Colorado Air and Space Port in the US.

The precooler test item was designed and constructed at Reaction Engines’ headquarters in the UK, before being shipped to the Company’s Colorado site for testing.

During the latest series of tests, Reaction Engines’ precooler successfully quenched airflow temperatures in excess of 1,000°C in less than 1/20th of a second. The tests demonstrated the precooler’s ability to successfully cool airflow at speeds significantly in excess of the operational limit of any jet-engine powered aircraft in history.

Mach 5 is more than twice as fast as the cruising speed of Concorde and over 50% faster than the SR-71 Blackbird aircraft – the world’s fastest jet-engine powered aircraft.

This most recent test builds upon the success of previous HTX hot tests undertaken in April which saw the precooler successfully operate at temperatures of 420ᵒC) – matching the thermal conditions corresponding to Mach 3.3 flight.

Mark Thomas, chief executive, Reaction Engines, commented: “In addition to its use in our SABRE class of air breathing rocket engines, there are numerous exciting commercial applications for our precooler technology, which delivers world-leading heat transfer capabilities at low weight and compact size, and we are seeing significant interest from a range of potential customers and technology partners.”

These applications include the development of precooled systems that would significantly enhance the performance of existing jet engine technology, along with applications in automotive, aerospace, energy and industrial processes.

The significant testing milestone was at the company’s test facility in Colorado

The major testing milestone is the culmination of 30 years of engineering innovation since Reaction Engines was founded in 1989 by three propulsion engineers from Rolls-Royce: Alan Bond, Richard Varvill and John Scott-Scott.

The HTX hot heat exchanger test programme was supported under a contract to the Company’s US subsidiary Reaction Engines Inc. by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

Following this significant testing milestone, the company will embark on achieving the next steps of the SABRE programme while also pursuing nearer-term opportunities that will benefit from the addition of the Company’s heat exchanger technology.

Reaction Engines has successfully tested its precooler, a component of its air-breathing rocket engine, at conditions representing Mach 5. This marks the first phase of high-temperature testing, a significant milestone in the development of the company’s SABRE engine that hopes to revolutionise hypersonic flight. The precooler heat exchanger is a vital component of engine and is an enabling technology for other precooled propulsion systems and a range of commercial applications. This ground-based test achieved the highest temperature objective of the Company’s HTX testing programme and took place at its specially constructed facility at the Colorado Air and Space Port in the US. The precooler test item was designed and constructed at Reaction Engines’ headquarters in the UK, before being shipped to the Company’s Colorado site for testing. During the latest series of tests, Reaction Engines’ precooler successfully quenched airflow temperatures in excess of 1,000°C in less than 1/20th of a second. The tests demonstrated the precooler’s ability to successfully cool airflow at speeds significantly in excess of the operational limit of any jet-engine powered aircraft in history. Mach 5 is more than twice as fast as the cruising speed of Concorde and over 50% faster than the SR-71 Blackbird aircraft – the world’s fastest jet-engine powered aircraft. This most recent test builds upon the success of previous HTX hot tests undertaken in April which saw the precooler successfully operate at temperatures of 420ᵒC) – matching the thermal conditions corresponding to Mach 3.3 flight. Mark Thomas, chief executive, Reaction Engines, commented: “In addition to its use in our SABRE class of air breathing rocket engines, there are numerous exciting commercial applications for our precooler technology, which delivers world-leading heat transfer capabilities at low weight and compact size, and we are seeing significant interest from a range of potential customers and technology partners.” These applications include the development of precooled systems that would significantly enhance the performance of existing jet engine technology, along with applications in automotive, aerospace, energy and industrial processes. The significant testing milestone was at the company’s test facility in Colorado The major testing milestone is the culmination of 30 years of engineering innovation since Reaction Engines was founded in 1989 by three propulsion engineers from Rolls-Royce: Alan Bond, Richard Varvill and John Scott-Scott. The HTX hot heat exchanger test programme was supported under a contract to the Company’s US subsidiary Reaction Engines Inc. by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Following this significant testing milestone, the company will embark on achieving the next steps of the SABRE programme while also pursuing nearer-term opportunities that will benefit from the addition of the Company’s heat exchanger technology. www.reactionengines.co.uk Michael Tyrrell ]]>