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FlowMeterType :Optional

Accuracy :±0.2%

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


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



Weight :65kg

Dimension(L×W×H) :680*540*895(mm)

Dimension(L×W×H)Of Qty of Container :40ft: 44 20ft: 22

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    ents on metrological management. The chapter briefly introduces fuel dispenser’s metrological management and technical req fuel dispenser uirements, appraisal related and attentions. Article I Metrological management and technical requirements In accordance with The Law on Metrology of fuel dispenser’s legal management mainly includes following aspects: Model approval, initial approval, subsequent appraisal and inspection in operation. Model approval refers to an entire test, examination and assessment as to new model’s entire performance. Initial approval refers to assess whether or not the fuel dispenser fuel dispenser made by manufacturer in accordance with the model having been ratification through a series of testing, as well as metrological performance with relative metrological rules and regulations. Initial approval really has two phases ?- approval combined with factory test, and testing appraisal after installation. Subsequent appraisal is conducted after long time since initial appraisal, from which considerable appraisal period is set down according to related requir fuel dispenser ements. Periodical appraisal is also regarded as the continued subsequent appraisal. Fuel dispenser’s measuring performance within appraisal period needs to be examined, so filling station should deploy self-check standard instrument (no less than 20L) to examine and inspect. Apart from applied to fuel dispenser approval, JJG443-98 also adapt sample testing and pattern evaluation. Although there are two items of accuracy and flow distance ratio conducted in initial approval and subsequent evaluation, there are other technical parameters different from approval as for fuel dispenser made after passing pattern evaluation, including minimum calculated volume and minimum cubic variable. Several items reference to the pattern evaluation and sampling testing of mechanical hydraulic section of fuel dispenser as followed: Accuracy testing The testing’s purpose is to define the flow curve and verify the tolerance scope in which the allowed maximum tol

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    ith.  International Affairs  Together with the Deutsche Vakuumgesellschaft  the PTB organized the four-day 8th Europ fuel dispenser ean  Vacuum Conference with almost 350 partici- Figure 9: Experimental set-up for the generation  pants from all over Europe in Berlin in June. of tunable IR laser radiation for radiometry  In addition to the traditional areas of vacuum  physics such as thin films surface physics  and analytics the congress was focussed on  potential support for the sciences of life  particularly biophysics and molecular materi-  als.  In the field of v fuel dispenser acuum measurement a bilat-  eral comparison between the national stand-  ards of the PTB and the Korean State Institute  KRISS was carried out in the vacuum pres-  sure range from 3 Pa to 1000 Pa. As transfer  standards between the mercury manometer of  the KRISS and the static expansion system of   Figure 10: XRF measuring set-up with analysis  the PTB absolute capacitance manometers   fuel dispenser chamber and loading robot   118   Temperature and Synchrotron Radiation  Headlines: News from the  Division  Fundamentals of metrology EUV scatterometry  Stable detectors for EUV radiation Absolute measurement of pulsed EUV radia-   tion  Characterization of superconducting tunnel  diodes Measurement of the temperature dependence   of optical properties in the vacuum UV  Spatially resolving detectors for sun observa-  tion Methodical further development of quantita-   tive X-ray flu

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    Getty Images The world s biggest and most expensive health-care system is beginning to fall apart. Can George fuel dispenser Bush mend it? GEORGE BUSH had big ideas for his second term. He promised to fix Social Security, America s public pensions system, and revamp the tax code. Despite his best efforts, Social Security reform sank last year. Rejigging the tax code has proved so politically tricky that the White House dare not push it. With almost three years to go, Mr Bush seems less a radical reformer than a struggling lame duck. White House officials, desperate to show that fuel dispenser the president still has a domestic agenda, have now changed the subject—to health care. The buzz in Washington, DC, is that health-care reform will loom large when Mr Bush gives his annual state-of-the-union address on January 31st. Al Hubbard, Mr Bush s top domestic policy adviser, adds that the focus will be on ideas that control costs, boost access and improve quality. Health care? The idea seems preposterous. How can an administration that is too timid to push tax r fuel dispenser eform tackle one of the most complicated challenges facing America s economy? What s more, the timing looks terrible. Mr Bush s team is under fire for botching its biggest health-care initiative to date, the introduction of a prescription-drug benefit for elderly people covered by its Medicare programme. Thanks to bureaucratic tangles, thousands of poor old folk have been denied drugs they used to get free, and more than 20 state governments have had to step in to pay for the medicines. Republican lawmakers dread what this fiasco may cost them in November s mid-term elections. Yet Mr Bush may be able to push more radical change in American health care than anywhere else. Both politicians and the public recognise that spiralling health-care costs are a problem? second only to the Iraq war, according to a recent Wall Street Journal NBC poll. Those costs are a big reason for the sluggish growth in workers wages, the widespread perception that A