GQ50 Cutting Machine for Rebar Splicing

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GQ50 Cutting machine for rebar splicing

Model:GQ50 Cutting machine for rebar splicing

Cutting range

Grade Deformed bar14-32mm

Punching Frequency:28Times/min

Motor Power:4.0KW

Voltage: 3 phase 380V

Motor Speed:2890R.P.M

Weight:570kg±5kg

Dimension:1440*500*720mm


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Q:Who Designs machinery for the Military?
The engineers that work at the respective military contracting companies that send contract bids to the government in the hopes of having their product become a piece of military hardware (or software). Companies like General Electric, FMC Corp., Northrup-Grumman, etc.
Q:Engineering engines use those engines as power!
The Cummins Engine Isuzu engine made in Japan produced in the United States now domestic DEUTZ engine made in Germany now with a variety of car engine
Q:What happens if a company lengthen 5 to 10 years the useful life used in computing depreciation on machinery?
By increasing the useful life, the company extends the period over which they will expense the machinery. When a company buys machinery, it estimates how long it will receive a benefit from the machinery. If a company originally estimates that a machine will be productive for 5 years, then it expenses 1/5th of that machine each year. If after 2 years, the company determines that the machine will actually be productive for 10 years, then it depreciates the current net book value over 8 more years.
Q:Why does it say don't operate heavy machinery on CHILDREN'S Tylenol?
That message is for adults who haven't outgrown the great orange taste!
Q:Are humans machineries?
In the sense that we burn food to produce work, yes. In the way our skeletal structure holds us in the desired configuration, yes. In the way muscles and tendons work our bodies and limbs, yes. In the way we need to be programmed to perform most functions other than just basic survival skills, yes. The difference is in the brain that controls all our functions, our senses and our nervous systems. Nothing in machinery yet comes even close.
Q:If you yank the plug of the toaster (before turning it off) while it's still on, does it ruin the machinery?
Since you or someone you know onviously did that (unless your like really random) the best way to find out is a: plug in the toaster. B:turn it on. If it turns on then no it does not ruin it
Q:What are the business scope of machinery and equipment enterprises?
Car: truck, road bus, car, modified cars, motorcycles and so on. Instrumentation: automation instrument, electrical instrumentation, optical instruments, composition analyzer, automotive instrumentation, electrical equipment, audio-visual equipment, camera etc.. Basic machinery: bearings, hydraulic parts, seals, powder metallurgy products, standard fasteners, industrial chains, gears, molds and so on.
Q:which industries use high tech machinery?
Farming industry. And timber.
Q:I need help choosing machinery for a coffee shop I will be opening!?
I'll advise BUNN coffee machines, they are not so expensive that is important if you are just espablishing your small business
Q:Machinery AC/DC. please help,,homework,,for 10 points?
This is the answer I gave to 2 other askers of the same question. brake horse power of an engine is the actual amount of horse power an engine can put out. Using 745.5 watts as a horse power, the engine will supply the equivalent of 30 times 745.7 watts at 30 brake horse power. This is 22,371watts. The generator is supplying 20 Kw or 20,000 watts. The difference in the engine output and the generator output is 22,371 minus 20,000 or 2.371 watts. I don't see how the answer is 1039 watts, if my calculations are correct. Perhaps someone else will have the answer you seek. I may be missing something in your question

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