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DIN 180 Degree 3D Bend
Elbow(Long radius, Short radius 1.5D,3D,5D,7D,10D),Bend, Tee(equal, straight, reducing), Reducer(eccentric, concentric),Cross(straight, reducing), Cap, Stub End
Size: ½” to 72 and above for seamless steel up to 24 and welded steel for sizes above 24 inches
Process: Butt weld
Connect End: PE(Plain End), BE(Beveled End), Threaded
American Standard: ANSI B16.9, ANSI B16.25, ANSI B16.28, MSS SP-43,MSS SP-75
Germany Standard: DIN2605, DIN2615, DIN 2616, DIN 2617, DIN 28011
Japanese Standard: JIS P2311/2312
British Standard: BS1640
Structure: seamless, welded
»Stainless Steel: ASTM A403 WP 304/ 304L/ 304H/ 316/ 316L/ 317/ 317L/ 321/ 310/ 347/ 904L
»Carbon Steel: ASTM A234 WPB, A420 WPL3, A420 WPL6, MSS SP-75 WPHY 42, WPHY46, WPHY52, WPHY56, WPHY60, WPHY65, WPHY70; DIN: ST37.0, ST35.8, ST45.8, S235JR, P235GH
»Alloy Steel: ASTM A234 WP1, WP5,WP9,WP11,WP22,WP91, Duplex, Supper Duplex, Monel, Nickel, Inconel, Hastalloy, Copper, Brass, Bronze, Titanium, Tantalum, Bismuth, High Speed Steel, Zinc, Lead, etc.
Wall Thickness: SCH 5,SCH10, SCH 20, SCH STD,SCH 40,SCH 80, SCH 160, SCH XS, XXS
Tensile test, Impact test, Hot tensile test, Flattering test, Bend test, Step cooling, Hardness test, Simulates heat treatment
Product analysis, Positive material identification, Strauss test-Ferrite checking, Micrographic, Macrographic test SSCC test
Non Destructive Test
X-RAY, Ultrasonic test, Magnetic test, Die penetrant test
HIC-TES ASTM A262 Practice “E”Huey test-ASTM A262 Practice “A”, Hic test, Pitting test
Packing: In wooden cases, wooden pallets or as per customers’ special requirement;
Certification: DIN 50049.3.1B, DIN EN10204-3.1
Special: NACE MR.01.75
Motorized ball valves with power adaptor,
This engine at Crofton Pumping Station was made by Hornes of Dartford in Kent in about 1890. It was used to drive an exhaust pump at a gas works and has an 8 inch (200 mm) bore cylinder and a stroke of 18 inches (450 mm). In its original installation it developed about 10 hp (7.7 kW) at 120 rpm, but the actual power output is probably a bit lower, due to the low steam pressure for the beam engines.
The use of an oscillating cylinder engine avoided the need for a knuckle joint and cross head in the connecting rod and thus permitted the overall height of the engine to be reduced. Oscillating cylinder engines were often used in the early days to power steamships and the SS Great Britain, now at rest in Bristol, was thus powered. Paddle steamers with oscillating two cylinder engines usually had the cylinders below the crankshaft, resulting in a low center of gravity and the optimal position for the paddlewheels, fixed on the crankshaft.
What I specially liked at this engine, was the sophisticated Penn’s valve gear, which transmits the motion of the crank driven eccentric to the oscillating steam chest in front of the cylinder by the help of an elegantly moving three-bar-linkage.
The model was built with a Märklin metal set.
About steam days at Crofton please look at http://www.croftonbeamengines.org