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This valve opens/closes a cooling water supply line. A signal from a thermal switch turns the valve on/off to sustain the working fluid temperature at a constant level.
The glove and ball types are available. These valves can be connected with a screwed connection, flange, and manifold. Various combination valves are available as required by their use. i . Glove valve ii. Ball valve This valve provides low … Continue reading
These valves are used in maintenance. The following types are among the selections available for line connections: screwed type and flange type. i . Ball valve: this valve opens/closes with 90-degree rotation of a knob ii. Glove valve: this valve … Continue reading
(1) Oil level gauge: acrylic-bar oil level gauges are widely selected for a general visual inspection. It is possible to attach a thermometer at a lower part of the gauge. A gauge with a shuttle valve or a remotereading gauge … Continue reading
(1) Thermometer: generally, the following types are available for visual inspection. i . Bar thermometer with a protective tube ii. Bimetal thermometer iii. Remote-reading panel-mounted thermometer (2) Thermometer with an electric contact: the following types are available. i . Thermostat … Continue reading
(1) Flow meter: a sight flow indicator is used to check whether the working fluid is flowing or not by simple visual inspection. Another type is a cone flow meter or a flapper type flow meter in which a gauge … Continue reading
(1) Bourdon tube pressure gauge: this gauge is the most popular for visual inspections. Its case is usually filled with glycerin to protect the gauge from vibrations in hydraulic systems. (2) Pressure gauge with an electric contact: the following types … Continue reading
An electronic heater is widely used as a general heating tool. For large reservoirs, a steam heater is employed to deliver heat through pipelines to reservoirs.
Water-cooling heat exchangers are the most popular because they provide the highest cooling efficiency. However, in recent years, air-cooling heat exchangers, which do not require cooling water, have become popular for compact units in machine tools. Heat exchangers with circulating … Continue reading
Usage 1. Accumulation of energy: Achieving a large flow rate and compensating from internal leakage 2. Absorption of pulsations: Reducing noises and pulsations 3. Absorption of shocks: Used as a shock absorber Type 1. Bladder type: Separates gas from oil … Continue reading