anti con/dr!pstop a gimmick?

popeye151

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Livestock Farmer
any thoughts? is it a waiste of time?

seems like it needs to be cleaned down with fungicide every year and causes problems with timber purlins...
 

Steevo

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Gloucestershire
I would rather have fibre cement any day. They won’t drip and will last much longer too.

Clear roof sheets are one problem with both though - they will still drip in cold/frosty weather.
 
If your using anti-con then ventilation is key. Things like leaving a ventilated eaves and ridge by not installing foam fillers (you can get ventilated fillers)
 

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Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine

JCB has launched new Fastrac 4000 and 8000 Series tractors with an all-new electronics infrastructure which is claimed to deliver higher levels of performance. According to JCB, the new Fastrac iCon operator environment has three key features: iConfigure – creating a bespoke control experience for every operator iConnect – integrating advanced precision agriculture technology iControl – redefining operation through new driveline software The 175hp to 348hp (133kW to 260kW) Fastracs feature the new iCon armrest console and touch-screen display to provide flexibility in operator allocation and operator information, as well as a new transmission control strategy to enhance operator comfort and powertrain efficiency, says the manufacturer...
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