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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:Sprinkler Valves?
If it is $50-$70 installed, that is a good price. Where I work, we get $125, and that is about the going rate in the north east. If you want to do it yourself, do not use Toro valves, Toro is garbage. Hunter, Rainbird, Irritrol, and Weathermatic are all good valves. Dig a nice big hole where the valves are, longer on the downstream side of the sprinklers. Cut the line coming out of the valve, and unscrew it. If it is a tight fit, take the valve apart and unscrew it. If you have to take the new valve apart to put it on, There are only 3 parts inside, so don't worry about not being able to put it back together. From top to bottom, they are the spring, the rubber diaphram and the plastic ring. Then reconnect the lines coming out of the valve. Then connect the wires from the solenoid. 1 wire from each valve gets connected to the common wire. Look in your timer to see what color it is. Then the other wire gets connected to individual wires. Check the order of the wires to the valves. Write it down. This will help keep the valves in the same order they are in now. The prices you got 50-70 is what your gardener told you for each (i am assuming that he is installing them.) The 300-1000 just estimates for installation from different contractors. Unless you have 8 valves or more, the $1000 sound real high. You do not have to be a plumber to install the valves.
Q:i have a 96 mitsubishi galant and when you press the accelerator it rattles in the valve cover?
Maybe you simply need to re-adjust your valves? Or buy a Lancer.
Q:whats a suction valve?
you need to be more specific. there are 100 things on a car that could be called a suction valve. Right off the top of my head the only valve that could do that is a EGR valve. If it gets stuck open the car will stall, but it will start back up after the valve closes again. The OBD will tell you if the EGR valve is bad, but other than that I can't say.
Q:rear proportioning valve?
i got a 97 model van setting out side the shop and i went and looked at it and it doesn't have one on it,what are you calling the rear proportioning valve,it has a block that the lines split off of but not a proportioning valve,let me know if you got some kind of special edition or something,good luck.
Q:How many types of safety valve (relief valve)?
The four common types of pressure relief are the spring loaded valve, the rupture disc, the balance bellows spring loaded valve and the pilot operated relief valve.
Q:why would oil be leaking from the blow off valve?
vw has a pcv system it recirculates the crankcase air into the intake, your car if fairly new, but this is most likely the problem. at least its the most simple to check / fix. i dought the turbo is gone if its the stock ko3s, they can take a beating. the pcv valve is the black saucer shaped peice (kinda looks like the stock diverter valve) , its in the TIP by your N75 valve. these get filled with oil and start to dump in into the intake. did you switch the set up to run the BOV on the cold side? like off the throtal body hose? if so, this could STILL be the problem. if you take off your lower inercooler pipe and look inside for oil build up. and pull the n75 valve out and check it for oil. id think aboout replacing the pcv valve with a catch can. your real problem is yet to be noticed if your dumping the air out and not recirculating it into the intake, the car WILL RUN RICH, as it reads the air it adds fuel, but with a BOV your loosing some air BUT keeping the fuel. so id expect to see some bad cats and o2 sensors good luck
Q:Tips for building/connecting a sprinkler valve manifold (see details)?
valve manifolds are something that requires practice and experience. i used to struggle with them at work until i did a good bit of them. 3 zones is not that many valves so it shouldnt be too difficult. if they wont line up exactly right, i would recommend adding longer peices of pipe to the mainline side of the vavles and re routing the supply line futher back and you will have more room to flex the pipe and vavles into the Tees and 90s. do not use any form of flexible pipe on any mainline. you will regret it. lol the bigger the hole you dig will give you the most room and the more pipe, and room will give you more flexability to build the manifold. it is easier to connect the valves the way you did it first though, but you can do it either way. good luck and hope this helps
Q:intake valve replacement?
if you have did a compression check and know for a fact that the valve is bad the head has to be removed and then checked for leakage and cracks before you install it back on,those was bad to produce small cracks between the valve guides,if it checks ok then have the valve replaced,the cost should be about 600-700 on doing this one,that was a good engine those cars had in them,good luck.
Q:an people with bicuspid aortic valve live long?
The mitral valve between the left atrium and left ventricle only has two cusps and it works fine. Since the valve going into the left ventricle has two valves, it stands to reason that a similar valve going out of the left ventricle would function similarly if it was the same size and shape. The number of cusps is not entirely related to how well the valve functions. In your case, the opening of the aortic valve is slightly smaller than normal, but clearly capable of passing an adequate amount of blood. The stenosis alone may be the only problem caused by the valve. The stenosis you have likely creates some back pressure when the left ventricle contracts. The heart compensates partly for the back pressure but this prolonged compensation wears on the heart valve a little more than normal. So, you end up with a heart that more or less functions normally but the back pressure and compensation cause the heart valve to wear out faster than normal. Its a gradual effect. The type of damage done from this circumstance is not something that changes rapidly. Evaluating the condition every three years is still probably a very cautious approach and its not certain that the stenosis will ever become a significant problem even if you live well beyond 70 years.
Q:Leaky Valve?
i dont know, but i have one to. once a doctor told me if it gets real bad they could fix it with laser. i was on medication but quit taking it , it made my heart rate too slow. i got mitral vale prolasp. i dont know if i spelled that rite.if you have a heart doc. i would ask him to ease your fear. good luck.

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