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2,widely used in auto parts

3,good quality,competitive price

4,ISO9001 certificate



Brass Standard:HPb59-1,H62, H68, HA177-2, HA166-6-3-2, HMn58-2, HFe59-1.



widely used in automobile fields such as automobile accessory,motorcycle,truck,etc


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1,we are a professional manufacturer specizlized in copper bushing

2,OEM quality with good carrying capacity,high tiredness resistance,high wear resistance and low coefficient of friction

3,on the basis of quality

4,perfect production process :formula of copper alloy-casting-machining-finish


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Q:What are the installation requirements of the card sleeve joint?
(1) pre assembledThe pre assembly of the sleeve type pipe joint is the most important step, which directly affects the reliability of the seal. Special pre assemblies are usually required. The small diameter can be pre joint in a vise. The concrete method is to use a joint body as the mother's body and press the nut and the sleeve tightly onto the pipe. The utility model mainly comprises a sleeve type through pipe joint, a clamping sleeve type end through connection head, a clamping sleeve type three way pipe joint and other patterns. The author found that even if the same batch of goods of the same manufacturer, the tapered holes on these joints are often different in depth, resulting in leakage, and this problem is often overlooked.The correct approach should be to connect the end of the pipe with what kind of joint body, and the corresponding connection end with the same type of joint pre installed, so as to maximize leakage problems can be avoided.
Q:Joint type of pipe joint
G is the pipe thread collectively (Guan), 55, 60 degrees division is functional, commonly known as tube round. The thread is machined from a cylindrical surface.ZG is a commonly known as cone, cone thread processing, pipe joint is generally the domestic old standard thread marked Rc thread RMetric threads are represented by pitch, and American and British threads are expressed in thread per inch. This is their greatest difference,Metric thread is 60 degrees equilateral tooth type, thread is isosceles tooth type thread 55 degrees, 60 degrees.Metric units for metric threads; British and American systems.Pipe thread is mainly used for pipe connection, the internal and external threads are closely matched with straight pipe and cone pipe two kinds. Nominal diameter refers to the diameter of the pipe to be connected. Obviously, the diameter of the thread is larger than the nominal diameter.1/4, 1/2, 1/8 is the nominal diameter of inch inch, inch in inches.
Q:personal protective equipments in the field?
As others have said, if it's large (maybe larger than your fist), it would be best to get a sizeable piece of sheetrock. If it's smaller than that, use joint compound. Don't use spackle as it will tend to dry and eventually will most likely leave cracks weeks or months down the road. Get a wide putty knife (at least 3) to spread the joint compound. Just buy the prepared compound and skip the powder + water stuff. Get a decent brand and you may want to look at picking up a few sheet rock screws if you need a large piece so you can hopefully hit a nearby stud in the wall. One point here is that you want to sink the screw at just the right depth. Too far will start to crush the sheet rock and take more compound to smooth over. Too shallow will leave the screw head showing. I have a Dremel and the sheetrock cutting tool bit makes nice smooth cuts but if you take your time, you may be able to use a sheetrock hand saw to make a good opening. Take your time and be sure to use a replacement piece a bit larger than the opening. You can always shave off material from the replacement piece. You can dry sand (at least 200 grit sandpaper) or wet sand. I prefer dry sanding but that's your call. You'll most likely need to compound the dips two or three times if you want it very smooth. It's not easy to make it perfectly smooth but the wider the knife, the slightly easier it'll be. There are lots of do it yourself sites and they will explain better how to do it step by step. Take your time and don't feel rushed. The second link has a little trick if it's an in between sized hole but how cheesey you want to get is up to you.
Q:The expansion type pipe joint and the sleeve type pipe joint difference, everybody looks at the picture, this is belongs to that kind of?
This is the lock type pipe joint.The other two are not easy to describe.The sleeve type pipe joint is replaced quickly, but it is not as reliable as the locking joint of the lock type pipe joint.
Q:what is the disadvantages of the nitrile rubber?
All of the ideas above are right on the mark. Soldering for plumbing requires: - tightly aligned parts no out-of-round pipes or fittings, and burrs should be removed. I use a pipe cut-off tool rather than a saw to cut pipe. - very clean surfaces (inside the coupling/fitting and outside the pipe) - flux to remove any residual tarnish (oxide) and to allow the solder to flow - plenty of heat (including no water anywhere near the joint, which will keep it cool because you end up boiling water. The bread idea works.) One thing you should check is that you are using the right gas torch to match your solder type. If you use eutectic tin-lead solder (63:37 ratio), then you can use an ordinary propane gas torch. (This solder alloy is no longer permited for drinking water plumbing, though.) If you are using a lead-free solder, you should switch to a MAPP gas torch, which will provide a hotter flame. If by chance you are using a 2% silver-bearing solder, then a MAPP torch is mandatory because the solder melting point is much higher than lead-free. The solder is also very strong. Apply a bit of flux to the cold parts before heating, then heat all the fittings and pipe uniformly to melt the flux. Remove the flame then apply more flux till it flows well around the solder joint. Apply the flame again and test the temperature by touching your solder to the opposite side of the flame. If it flows, then finish applying solder around the joint and keep the flame 180 degrees on the opposite side the molten solder will flow to the hotter side.
Q:manual transmission: slowing and speed bumps?
i have to wear a face mask(1: im a goalie 2: i play on 14 and under) unless their wearing a face mask it seems pretty high.even with the mouth guard
Q:What is the nominal diameter of the phi 1/2 in the pipe joint?
1/4, 1/2, 1/8 is the nominal diameter of inch inch, inch in inches1/2 inches, usually read as "four thiophene"".
Q:The material is 304 stainless steel 1/4 "NPT" threaded joint. How much MPa pressure can be received?
As the master of the world pipe joint wellock, stainless steel NPT thread pressure they can do 200-760BAR, and different pressure according to different sizes
Q:I hit a fire hydrant, what should I do?
You could setup circumventor software on your home computer, it redirects an internet address to another address thus bypassing the list of sites to block, which is used by your schools blocking software. You will need to leave your home computer on with the circumventor software running for this to work.
Q:Firefighters question- Flashlights on helmet with faceshield?
Straight from our lab safety agreement: 1.The laboratory is to be used for serious work. Only businesslike behavior will be tolerated. 2.Do not perform experiments that are unauthorized. Always obtain your instructor’s permission. 3.Study your laboratory assignment before you come to the lab. If you are in doubt about any procedure, ask your instructor for help. 4.Use the safety equipment provided for you. Know the location of the fire extinguisher, safety shower, fire blanket, and first aid kit. 5.Report any accident, injury, or incorrect procedure to your instructor at once. 6.Smother fires with a towel. If clothing should catch fire, smother it with a blanket or coat or quench it under a safety shower. NEVER RUN. 7.Handle toxic, combustible, or radioactive substances only under the direction of your instructor. If you spill acid or another corrosive chemical, wash it off immediately with water. Never taste any chemical substance or draw poisonous materials into a glass tube with your mouth. Keep combustible materials away from open flames. 8.Place broken glass and solid substances in designated containers. Keep insoluble waste material out of the sink. 9.Use electrical equipment only under the supervision of your instructor. Be sure your instructor checks electrical circuits before you activate them. 10.When your investigation is completed, be sure to turn off the water and gas and disconnect electrical connections. Clean your work area, Return all materials and apparatus to their proper places. 11.Safety goggles must be worn. 12.No food or drink in the laboratory. Many of the chemicals used are poisonous, and you would not want to accidently ingest them.
Our main products ranges from 50 series solid lubricating bearings, 10 series self lubricating bearings, 20 series boundary lubricating bearings, 30 series bimetal bushings, 90 series wrapped bronze bushings, 70 series decentralized solid lubricating bearings and FD filled PTFE bushings. The raw materials include high-load brass, tin bronze and aluminum bronze.

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