dry operation

dry operation

The operation of an aircraft engine equipped with a water injection system but operating without the benefits of water injection.
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Intended operating modes: Painting, Drying and recirculation installation of a paint booth in the wood workshop (1 piece): Compare car workshop, But without access gates and without dry operation at high temperatures.
The spherical balls made of iglide J are cost-effective and also have a very low coefficient of friction in dry operation. The material absorbs only a small amount a moisture, so they are suitable for outdoor use.
It is expected that the plant starts dry operation by the
Preliminary measurements are performed over the whole engine operating plane in dry operation. Engine speed is varied from 1500 up to 5500 rpm, with a load sweep in the range 1.0 - 19.5 bar BMEP, summing up 149 operating points.
Emeritus offers almost four times the capacity compared to dry operation; more than 45% capacity compared to current D&S system reduction of DT1 operation; up to -6dB(A) reduction of sound level at equal capacity; reduced water consumption annually; energy savings through a control system optimizing machine function based on operating conditions; up to 50% reduced footprint and a reduced quantity of liquid refrigerant.
The air classifier is designed for dry operation. Material moisture preferably should not exceed 2 to 3 percent, with 4 to 5 percent as maximum for most materials.
Brammer was contacted when the Banbury coffee process facility experienced an unpredicted stop in the freeze dry operation, with initial reports suggesting an excessive loss in compressed air.
The dry operation yields savings on energy, maintenance and damage, Schmidt says, and friction is so low that even "dry lube" is unnecessary.
In addition, CU Series pumps offer fine tuning of speed without pressure loss and resist damage resulting from dry operation.
"Ranging from shavers to trimmers, Panasonic's men's grooming products have been created to offer users the ultimate grooming experience and are equipped with key features including precision blades and wet or dry operation, to make that experience as quick and easy as possible."
The saw's features include a saw blade changeover time of less than three minutes; hardened spindle gears ground for minimum backlash; a special saw blade guide and dampening device for accurate cutting to stabilize the blade; a low-maintenance design; and dry operation. An electronic overload device monitors cutting performance and stops the saw feed when necessary.
Features include vibration dampening characteristics that are said to be 250 times better than steel; resistance to impact, abrasion, dirt, dust and chemicals; dry operation; quiet operation; suitability for rotary, oscillating and linear motion; low cost and dimensional interchangeability with most metal bearings.