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D-G FUEL DISPENSER

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D-G FUEL DISPENSER

Pump Type: Optional

Inlet Pressure : >=54kPa.

Flow rate (L/min.): 55±5

Suction Distance (m): 6(verticalmente) / 50(orizzontalmente)

FlowMeter Type: Optional

Accuracy : ±0.2%

Motor Voltage(V) :110V/220V/380V,50Hz/60Hz

Capacity(hp) :1HP(0.75kw)

Input Voltage : 110V/220V/380V,50Hz/60Hz

Nozzle: Auto Shut-off Nozzle

Environmental Condition: -40~~+55degree

Control Type : Solenold Vale Control Type

Preset: Function Provided(Small LCDIndicator)

Display(Counter): Type LCD and Bright Backlight

Digit of Volume: 0~~999,999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Amount : 0~~999,999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Unit price : 0~~9999(4 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Total Range: 0~~99,999,999,99

Optional Display: Type LCD and Bright Backlight

Digit of Volume: 0~~99,999,999(8 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Amount: 0~~99,999,999(8 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Unit price :0~~999999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Total Range : 0~~99,999,999,99

Totalizer: 1~~9,999,999

Hose: 4.5m

Weight : 205kg.

Dimension(L×W×H): 900*620*2180(mm)

Dimension(L×W×H)Of Qty of Container: 40ft: 45 20ft: 22

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    me meter is a meter measuring liquid volume accumulatively, which consists of measurement transducer, calculator and indicator devices. When measuring liquid flow past the measured transducer, its mechanical measuring components divide flowing liquid into volume unit, then flow out together. At the same time it transforms the volume unit into relative position change value, indicating the total flowing volume by calculator and indicator devices. Measurement transducer once is called meter, which is the key parts in flow meter. 3. Additional devices Additional devices are apparatus aiming at ensure the accuracy of fuel dispenser, such as pump, oil-air separator, nozzle, solenoid valve, filter, oil indicator, pipeline, etc. 4. Ancillary devices Ancillary devices are adapted to realize other special functions of fuel dispenser, such as payment indicator, pre-setting, oil- fuel dispenser air recovery, taxation interface, IC card read, amount indicator, zero-clear, etc. Article II Fuel dispenser’s development history Fuel dispenser is created and developed along with the development of automotive industry, petrol industry, and transportation industry. Diagram 1-1: Earlier fuel dispenser The first fuel dispenser in world, manufactured in the early of 20 century, is made of manual suction fuel dispenser pump, transparent cylinder with scales, and switch (see the 1-1 diagram). The certain volume fuels flow into the vehicle’s tank by means of gravity, controlled by switch. The paid volume is decided by the operator eye-measuring the scales. Manual pump is replaced by motor pump until in 1920s, and the transparent cylinder by flow meter with scales (see Diagram 1-2). In 1940s, indicative handle calculator developed as wheel calculator, function having changed from indicator volume only into measuring volume, money, and unit price adjustment as well (see Diagram 1-3). The development of electronic technique in the 1970s fuel dispenser promotes the evolution of indicator operation and control management of fuel dispenser. The end of 20th cent

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    ming interest in China. But with their scholarly credentials, their assiduous selection and use of sources and their even-handed approach, Messrs MacFarquhar and Schoenhals have produced a work that will hold up far better. There is, for example, a useful unpacking of the domestic and international political dynamics that inspired Mao to launch the Cultural Revolution Mao felt his supremacy threatened by rivals at home, and the future of the communist revolution threatened in the Soviet Union by Khrushchev s revisionism and, perhaps more to the point, his denunciations of Stalin. “The Cultural Revolution? write the authors, “had always been about the rearing of revolutionary successors.? If explanations are offered, no punches are pulled in recounting the sheer recklessness and cruelty with which Mao responded to these perceived dangers. The heart of the book is fuel dispenser a detailed chronicle of how Mao cynically twisted ideology and manipulated those around him, setting off hysterical and murderous attacks on everything from Confucian morals and bourgeois culture to intellectuals, “capitalist roaders? and “class enemies? Using sources that range from official party and government documents to letters, diaries and interviews with surviving participants and victims, the author fuel dispenser s document the orders that went out, the mayhem that resulted and the fear it all struck in the hearts of people across the country. And it is chilling stuff. In August and September of 1966, for example, as thousands were being murdered in Beijing, Shanghai and elsewhere, Mao put out the word that the police were not to interfere. Faithfully relaying Mao s instructions to the Beijing police force, the public security minister assured them that, “After all, bad persons are bad, so if they re beaten to death it is no big deal.? If Mao fares poorly, there is also plenty in this book to indict Chinese society and fuel dispenser political culture as well, for allowing the insanity Mao unleashed to take root and run wil