Weight: Dance Poles Are Small. The heaviest weight that can be carried with it is about 12 ounces, which has been proven to carry a maximum of 2/3 of an ounce of force, a little higher than a bowling ball. The weight must be carried in the front-half of the pole.
How long does it take? While many of our customers have danced longer than 6 years, our heaviest customer is still a baby. One reason is if the pole breaks, or if weight increases. The other reason is that dancers take their time on the dance floor. The longer you wait on the dance floor, the easier it is to get your full weight on the pole.
When can I get one of these? This is a real challenge so we recommend you get one of your own. Once you own one, it’s hard to go back to “just another pole”.
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The project began with the AACE report, Energy-Efficient Boilers, which described two new boilers technology proposals. The first, called the “Fuel Cell Boiler”, uses fuel cells to achieve a reduction of 12.5% in the energy consumption for the same boiling point as regular industrial boilers. The second proposal is called the “Greenhouse Gas Reduction Boiler,” or GRBR (short for “greenhouse gas recovery boiler”) and is expected to reduce energy consumption for boilers by approximately 33%. The two proposals incorporate a new energy-efficiency method called “thermal power analysis” to identify the lowest possible heating rates and achieve efficiencies higher than the current national maximum of about 6%, and
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