It is called blade to the element formed by two sticks crossing each other forming a cross. As an instrument, it is used with the intention of reeling threads: that is, of forming skeins.
The most common use of the notion is associated with windmills. The external apparatus of these devices, made up of arms that move by the action of the wind, is known as a blade. The arms in question, in fact, are also called blades.
Windmills are used for grinding taking advantage of wind energy (generated by the force of the winds). When the wind hits the blades, they move and activate a mechanism that, in turn, sets the grinding wheel and grinding wheel in motion. These stones crush and pulverize the grains, achieving grinding.
The blades rotate according to the direction of the wind. Therefore, its orientation, in general, can be modified according to needs. Thus it is possible to adapt the mill gear.
In addition to all the above, we can not ignore that there are also other devices that also have blades. Among those are ceiling fans and some standing fans. It is essential that the buyer look at them, among other aspects, to know if it is what they need.
In this sense, it is indicated that it is essential that they are adequately protected, that they have the ideal number to be able to give the desired fresh air and that they are made with a suitable material in favor of their resistance.
However, it must be borne in mind that there are also bladeless fans that are considered to be more efficient, quieter and even capable of displacing a higher air flow.
There are also blades in helicopters and even in what are windmills or windmills.
Aspas, on the other hand, is the surname of two Spanish footballers who are brothers: Iago and Jonathan. Iago Aspas, born in Pontevedra in 1987, played in Spanish teams such as Sevilla and Celta de Vigo and in Liverpool in England. Jonathan Aspas, meanwhile, was born in Pontevedra in 1982 and was part of ensembles of Spain, Italy, Belgium and Cyprus.
In the same way, we cannot forget that under the acronym ASPAS is the Provincial Association of Families and Friends of Deaf People of Seville. It is an association that has its origin in the 70’s and whose main objective is to represent and care for deaf people and their families.
The well-being and social integration of people who have a hearing disability, the defense of the rights of these families, their personal autonomy, the interest of the group and even the autonomy of these individuals are the fundamental pillars of the aforementioned entity.
Aspa, lastly, is the name of a municipality that is located in the province of Lleida, in the Autonomous Community of Catalonia (Spain). The town has just over two hundred inhabitants and a historic center that began to develop in the fifteenth century.