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Regulator for gaseous media, to be fitted to all types of gas
Optimum dimensioning allows high throughput performance

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VGBF regualtors are general purpose regualtors for controlling gas pressure to furnaces, ovens and other gas consuming equipment. They are suitable for nature, LP and clean biogas at inlet pressure up to 60psig (4bar). Springs are available to allow for a wide choice of outlet pressure.


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Q:What opens the atrioventricular valves?
The opening and closing of the atrioventricular valves is controlled by the differences in pressure across them: When blood passes from an atrium to a ventricle, the atrioventricular valve is pushed open (and the papillary muscles relax and the chordae tendineae lose their tension, becoming slack). At the next stage in the sequence the ventricle contracts. This forces blood out from the ventricle into the artery via which it leaves the heart. This contraction of the ventricle and the corresponding increase in blood pressure within that ventricle also presses the cusps of the atrioventricular valve together until their edges meet, closing the valve. At the same time, the papillary muscles contract and the chordae tendineae tighten - both of which also help to prevent the cusps from enabling the atrioventricular valves to open. When in the next stage of the sequence the ventricle relaxes and the atrium contracts, the blood pressure situation is reversed, the relaxation/tension of the papillary muscles and the chordae tendineae also reverses, and the atrioventricular valve allows blood to pass from the atrium to the ventricle again.
Q:why cant i get any valve gap om my 1600 beetle?
you MUST have the cylinder you are adjusting at TDC before adjusting the valves on that cylinder. take the dizzy cap off and rotate the engine clock-wise until the the rotor is pointing toward the #1 cylinder (the front at about 5 o'clock where the little notch in the case of the dizzy is) there is also a little V shaped notch in the crank pulley. this has to be aligned with the crack in the case at the top of the pulley. then take the valve cover off the right side of the motor and adjust the 2 valves toward the front of the engine (front is front of car) these are the intake and exhaust valves for the #1 cylinder. after you get them gaped to .006 snug the jam nut down. then rotate the crank EXACTLY 180 degrees counter-clockwise this will get you to TDC for #2. then adjust the back 2 valves on the right side of the motor (back is back of car) these are valves for #2 cylinder. then put the valve cover back on. rotate the engine another 180 degrees counter-clockwise, this will give you TDC for #3 which is the front left of the motor. adjust them and rotate the crank another and final 180 degrees counter-clockwise for #4 cylinder put the valve cover back on with new gaskets of course and you are done
Q:Turning on the main water valve?
after turning the valve back on. Is there another valve upstream that was turned off as well? +
Q:Thermodynamics: pressure change in a valve?
If there is NO change in the density of liquid propane as it passes through the valve, and if the size (area) of the pipe upstream and downstream of the valve is the same, then a) there will be no change in the velocity of propane, hence there will be no kinetic energy change. b) this is a process of throttling, with no change in kinetic energy, hence there is no change in the enthalpy. c) temperature change can be determined using the detailed property table of propane, but if it is an almost-incompressible liquid, then this too, will be negligible. d) dh = T ds + v dp. Since there is no change in h, integrate this along a constant h line from inlet to exit (upstream to downstream) and you will get ds = -(v/T) dp. Since p reduces from inlet to exit, the change in entropy will be positive. This is as expected. If we assume density (=1/v) and temperature (T) to remain constant, then the change in entropy will be s_downstream - s_upstream = (p_upstream - p_downstream) v /T.
Q:Seafoam and the pcv valve?
On most engines the PCV Valve is located on the valve cover. You would remove the PCV valve from the valve cover but leave it connected to the vacuum hose. Otherwise you would have a severe vacuum leak and the engine would race wildly. With the PCV valve still in place the engine would idle somewhat normally. Pour the Sea Foam directly into the PCV valve. The Sea Foam would be sucked into the PCV valve and into the intake manifold. Be careful not to over do it on the first application. If this has not been done for a few years enough gunk can be washed out of the intake manifold that it can foul the catalytic converter. I would apply the Sea Foam. Have a friend shut off the engine while the Sea Foam is added. Allow the Sea Foam to soak for several minutes and do its job. Reconnect the PCV valve. Start the engine and drive the vehicle for several miles. This will allow the catalytic converter to burn off the gunk that and Sea Foam that has passed through the engine. Repeat as necessary.
Q:How is the heart valves opening/closing is synchronized with the SA-node firing?
It's all mechanical. The valves are passive things kind of like a screen door. When you push on them from one side they open, when you push on them from the other they close. The valves are assisted by some fibers attached to the inside of the heart similar to the way a screen door is helped by a spring attached to the door frame. It's the flowing blood that pushes the valves open or closed as the heart pumps. The path that the blood follows in the heart as it beats happens to make it so that the valves close two at a time. This is because the heart is actually four separate pumps that work two at a time. There's no direct electrical connection to the SA node. The only way they're connected is that the SA node firing is what causes the heart to pump, causing the blood to force the valves open.
Q:Trumpet valves sticking help?
Check that you are not putting sideways pressure on your valves when you press them downwards. Even on a good horn this sideways pressure can cause friction between the piston and the valve casing. Avoid this by arching your fingers a little, depressing with your finger's tips, and avoid the pinkie finger ring entirely. Tying your pinkie up in that only restricts your 3rd. finger's freedom of straight downward movement. Over- lubricating the valves can be as bad as too little oil. Do the whole warm bath treatment that you would normally do to clean it, add 3 drops to each valve, work horn for a few minutes, wipe valves with very old (washed heaps of times) t-shirt: then finally 2 drops again. If this doesn't work, get a trumpet specialist teacher to take it home for this treatment.(You might not be bathing it right). Failing that, check my web site's repair section. Good Luck!
Q:Eclipse gst blow off valve?
if you want it to operate properly the yes you will need it. The valves are also adustable but you need a tech manual to and special tool to do it propperly dont just guess at its setting rather know it. I assume the picture i looked at was your engine. Unless you like taking chaces i would recomend you put your timing belt cover back in place. If anything should get in there between your t-belt and gears or pullys the belt could be damaged and if it does get damaged you could damage the valves in the event of t-belt failure. I know people like to see the belt and gears moving and if that is what you are wanting i would suggest installing one of the clear t-belt covers that are available. unfortunatly i do not know who makes them. if you cant find out go to a car show and talk to gear heads that have them on there cars.
Q:Applicational uses of Reduced port & Full port ball valve?
W.W. Grainger out of Chicago ships all over the world, also McMaster-Carr Supply.
Q:Aortic valve question?
It means you have some plaque build up in ur aorta. causes are bad diet or gentics. change of diet can help

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