Wonston is a leading manufacturer of ball valves. Founded in the early 1995 s as a stainless steel ball valve, the company expanded into the design and production of 1,2,3- piece and flanged ball valves. Wonston is specified by many of the major companies in the following industries: Chemical, Petrochemical, Oil Refinery, Energy, Offshore Drilling, Marine, Pulp and Paper, Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Food and Beverage and others.
Performance and Reliability
In industries where performance, quality and reliability are essential, Wonston stainless steel ball valve and other products are a secure choice. Each valve r is manufactured to strict technical specifications, guaranteeing customer satisfaction, more than 5 times quality from beginning to the end ensure each valve was 100% eligibility
Advanced Design and Flexibility
Research, development and continuous technological advances ensure that Wonston stays in the forefront of the industry. Wonston s expertise in valve design means that the company can supply not only standard valves, but also complex, custom-designed valve packages for many applications. As a result of its on-going modification and upgrading of current valve designs, together with the development of new valve products, Wonston offers the highest degree of sophisticated products that meet customer requirement.
With dedication to customer requirements, Wonston s flexible inventory management ensures worldwide supply of high quality
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It was the first ironing table in the world which has been designed as a building block system, making it easy to change surfaces and bucks or change pointing left or right.
The Varisoet DB tables are mountable, as required, pointing left or right. They can be equipped with various shapes and sizes of ironing surfaces and are ideal for the ironing of skirts, dresses, jackets and blouses. A swivelarm assembly designed for a large variety of ironing bucks as well as a support gantry and a lighting system make this station a perfect ironing unit for processing of ladies’ wear. The suction and blowing function is standard with all Varioset tables. http://www.salp-jx.com/
Standard Features:·Standard: ISO, DIN, 3A, SMS·Size:NPS 1"-4", DN25-DN150
·Surface treatment: mirror polished 320G,400G or matt polished 180G,240G·Port Connection Type: Screw End·Working Pressure: PN10-PN16·Working Temperature: -30 °C to 150 °C·Working principle: Remote-controlled operation by the driving gear or manual operation by the handle·Three drive forms: Normally closed, normally opened and opened & closed by two air flues separately·Application: Pharmacy, beer, food, dairy, beverage, cosmetic, chemical industry,ect
QF7 sanitary butterfly-ball valve can be manually operated by a handle or remote controlled by an actuator. It is characterized by simple structure and easy disassembly as butterfly valve. Meanwhile, it features less resistance, flexible opening and closing, wide application range and long lifetime. With the design of drainage device, the problem of medium remaining is reduced, which is very common in ordinary ball valves. http://www.jo-pv.com/ sanitary butterfly valve Sanitary butterfly valve
In nineteenth and early twentieth century England no one would venture outdoors without a hat. In the summer this period was the heyday of the straw hat, with fine bonnets for the ladies, boaters for the gentlemen and even straw helmets for the policemen of Luton.
Straw hats, then as now, were made by sewing together lengths of plaited straw in a spiral from button to brim. Production was limited by the rate at which they could be made up.
The earliest attempts to sew hats by machine were in 1865. However, it was not until 1873 that Mrs William Stratford, wife of the local Willcox and Gibbs agent, made the first complete hat on a sewing machine. Willcox and Gibbs mechanics worked on the problem and, in 1875, produced a purpose-built version of their classic chain stitch machine.
This was known as the ‘visible stitch’ machine and was an immediate success. 1500 machines were sold in the first two years and it remained popular to the end of the industry. There was a Singer version and also German copies such as the ‘Asema’ made by H. Grossmann of Dresden for a Luton sewing machine dealer, Janes Brothers Ltd.
The market for quality ladies’ hats demanded a machine for delicate plaits and able to simulate hand stitching. Various inventors had a go at hand stitch sewing machine. An early one was the French Legat machine of 1875. It was cumbersome, expensive and slow. In 1878 Edmund Wiseman of Luton patented his ‘concealed-stitch’ machine (Patent 2485 of 22nd June 1878) which was half the price and used less thread than the ‘visible stitch’ machine. Wiseman’s patent was developed by Willcox and Gibbs into its ‘hand-stitch’ machine of 1886. All the cams, rockers and mechanism were inside the cast iron box and it became known as the ‘box’ machine.
Hand stitch machines were also used on felt and other non-woven fabrics in the hat industry. They are still used in the fashion trade for decorative ‘saddle’ and ‘hand’ stitching so the machines crop up fairly frequently. http://www.salp-jx.com/
A pump, manufactured by Dresser Wayne, in Greece A Fuel dispenser is a machine at a filling station that is used to pump gasoline, diesel, CNG, CGH2, HCNG, LPG, LH2, ethanol fuel, biofuels like biodiesel, kerosene, or other types of fuel into vehicles. Fuel dispensers are also known as bowsers (in Australia)
HistoryThe first gasoline pump was invented and sold by Sylvanus F. Bowser in Fort Wayne, Indiana on September 5, 1885. This pump was not used for automobiles, as they had not been invented yet. It was instead used for some kerosene lamps and stoves. He later improved upon the pump by adding safety measures, and also by adding a hose to directly dispense fuel into automobiles. For a while, the term bowser was used to refer to a vertical gasoline pump. Although the term is not used anymore in the United States, it still is used sometimes in Australia and New Zealand.
Many early gasoline pumps had a calibrated glass cylinder on top. The desired quantity of fuel was pumped up into the cylinder as indicated by the calibration. Then the pumping was stopped and the gasoline was let out into the customers tank by gravity. When metering pumps came into use, a small glass globe with a turbine inside replaced the measuring cylinder but assured the customer that gasoline really was flowing into the tank.
Hydrogen station pumpA modern fuel dispenser is logically divided into two main parts — an electronic "head" containing an embedded computer to control the action of the pump, drive the pump s displays, and communicate to an indoor sales system; and secondly, the mechanical section which in a ‘self contained’ unit has an electric motor, pumping unit, meters, pulsers and valves to physically pump and control the fuel flow.
In some regions, regular required inspections are conducted to insure the accuracy of Fuel dispenser. For example, in the US state of Florida, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services conducts regular tests of calibration and fuel quality at individual dispensers. The department also conducts random undercover inspections using specially designed vehicles that can check the accuracy of the dispensers. The department issues correction required notices to stations with pumps found to be inaccurate. Most other US states conduct similar inspections. In Canada, inspections are regularly conducted by the federal government department Measurement Canada. Inspection dates and test results are required, by law, to be displayed on a sticker on fuel dispensers for consumers to see. Under a recently proposed legislation by the House of Commons (C-14: Fairness at the Pumps Act), fines for a vendor with a modified fuel dispenser or poorly maintained dispenser would be up to $50,000. However, virtually all pumps that fail inspection in Canada do so for general calibration errors caused by use over time. Intentional modification for the purpose of deceiving consumers is extremely rare. http://www.datianmachine.com/ Fuel dispenser mini fuel dispenser Fuel dispenser pumps
Asahi/America, Inc.’s wafer check valves are installed on the discharge side of pumps in applications such as aquariums, water attractions, water treatment systems, and municipalities to prevent back-flow flooding that could seriously damage pump systems. The wafer check valve’s body, disc and stopper assembly are machined from solid PVC plate stock, which conforms to ASTM D1784 Cell Classification 12454A. The Wafer Check Valve conforms to ISO 5752 face-to-face dimensions and is installed by slip-fitting the valve between two mating flanges. The valve body automatically centers on the mating flanges, once the stud pack is installed. A directional flow arrow on the valve body indicates the upstream and downstream sides of the valve. The lack of a bolt pattern allows one valve style to accommodate ANSI/DIN/JIS mating flange dimensions. The design of the disc and stopper permits the disc to fully open when upstream flow is present, without interfering with schedule piping and mating flanges. In vertical applications, minimal backpressure provides a positive shut-off tight seal. In horizontal applications, an E-CTFE-coated stainless steel spring pulls the disc back to the closed position, with minimal backpressure required to fully shut off. A high Cv value allows user flowrates to be achieved. The Wafer Check Valve is available in PVC, 10-inch and 12-inch, with EPDM seals and no spring, standard. Both size wafer check valves operate at a maximum pressure of 90 PSI and up to 120 F. Optional seals in FKM and an E-CTFE-coated stainless steel are also available. http://www.sbkpv.com/check-valves/wafer-lift-check-valve-6358.html
Line one consists of a 0.7-in. high, 6-digit LCD display that can be programmed to show counters A, B, or C; rate A, B, or C; or the high or low values. The main display also offers three programmable, easy-to-read colors: red, orange and green. The color change can be tied to programmable setpoints. This feature provides the operator with a visual display of changing conditions—even when they are not close enough to read the meter value.
A second display line is a 0.35-in. high, 9-digit, green LCD that can also be programmed for any of the Line One parameters. The 9-digit display accommodates totalizing applications that exceed normal 6-digit displays. The meter also offers a programmable custom unit indicator for both displays.
In addition to the dual displays, the PAX2D offers features designed for maximum flexibility, allowing users to stock a single meter for numerous applications. The meter accepts inputs from proximity sensors, magnetic sensors, photo eyes, length sensors, rotary pulse generators, transistors and simple switches. A universal power supply accommodates ac and dc inputs. In addition to front panel key programming, the PAX2D can be programmed via Red Lion Crimson 2.0 software with simple mouse clicks and dropdown menus. Eight intuitive programming windows guide users through various parameters, such as input setup, display format and output format. http://www.jyins.com/digital-panel-meter.html
It seems like you can choose to lease just about anything you might find a use for. The option of leasing homes, cars, and business locations has been in practice for quite some time. On a more specific front, business machinery also has been leased for the right price. Even in the recycling industry, business equipment is often leased for a variety of reasons. As consumers, most of us don t think about the nuts and bolts of running a recycling plant. Among factory or plant equipment leases, plastic recycling machine leases are very popular. If you stop and think about it for a moment, this type of business deal makes perfect sense.
One of the biggest advantages to choosing a plastic recycling machine lease is cost. As you can imagine, any kind of recycling equipment is rather expensive. In addition to each and every individual piece of recycling equipment costing a pretty penny, a fully functioning plastic recycling plant needs all kinds of different machines to operate correctly. Under just one plastic recycling machinery lease, you could expect to find items like bales breakers, washing machines, and rinse-dryers. It s also not uncommon for the complete recycling center to have things like classifiers, dosing units, and a mixing silo as well. Each of those components has very distinctive jobs and work to make any plastic recycling machine lease complete. Putting all of these machines under one lease saves the company money.
Next on the list of reasons why a plastic recycling company would chose to have a lease for their plastic recycling machines is that these products often change quickly. In other words, just about every year or so, recycling experts come up with more cost effective machines that use less energy to run. After all, part of what makes recycling so important is that not only is plastic being given new life, but the processes used to get it there has to be earth friendly and good for the environment as well.
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