axial load (kN)
Allowable axial load(kN)
□ Uses:To assemble and erect the tower with pulling rope in transmission and distribution construction.
□ Notes：Model whose postfix“A"means it is universal and "B"means strengthened.
- Q:I would like to put a piece of electrical equipment in my car?
- See your APP. Wattage is 6W So Current It will draw6/51.2Amp from the Battery. The Battery is already 12Volts. Check the AHR(Ampere Hour) of your Battery Divide the AHR by 1.2 The max hour you can use that battery when It is fully charged.
- Q:which of the following electrical equipment cannot convert a.c into d.c?
- Q:Shop selling dangerous electrical equipment who do I contact?
- Initially you should contact your local Trading Standards Office, run by your local council. The number will be in the local phone book. Make sure you can present your evidence clearly.
- Q:What does it mean by drawing current ?
- I wondered the same thing when I was learning about electricity. Neither, and both is the answer. Voltaic pressure forces the flow, IF there is a circuit to flow through. And if there is a circuit, that circuit will have some resistance, which will 'fight' to resist that flow. Current is 'drawn' only from the viewpoint of the electrician in the field, who sees current flowing only when he hooks up a load and completes a circuit.
- Q:Can I bring electrical equipment from Russia.?
- yes u can but u would need a power volt changer to make them work in the usa the power converters cost between 10.00 - 100.00 dollars
- Q:Is your MOS 52c? How is it?
- Army equipment is often electrically powered. It's up to the Utilities Equipment Repairer-an essential member of the Army electrical maintenance team-to make sure all the electrical equipment remains in excellent working order. Utilities Equipment Repairers maintain and repair electrical equipment such as electric motors and electric tools. The Utilities Equipment Repairer is responsible for supervising and performing maintenance on utilities equipment and special purpose support systems. Some of your duties as a Utilities Equipment Repairer may include: Maintaining, testing, and repairing electric motors in many kinds of machines, such as lathes and pumps Inspecting and repairing electrical equipment Inspecting and repairing electric instruments, such as voltmeters Replacing worn gaskets and sealing in watertight electrical equipment Maintaining and repairing gasoline engine systems, air conditioner electrical systems and portable heater fuel/electrical systems SSG Schramm US Army 15 years OIF 2003
- Q:electrical and wiring system?
- A building electrical system includes all of the equipment and wiring designed by the electrical engineer. This begins at the utility power connection and includes the service entrance equipment (meter base, current transformer cabinet and main disconnect switch), a main distribution panel (main breaker panel or main switchboard), and branch circuit distribution panels. The electrical system includes all wiring from the connection to utility power to connections to all electrical utilization of equipment. The electrical system also includes building lighting and lighting controls, building premise wiring for computers, computer hub room equipment, security systems, public address/broadcast system, keyless entry system, fire alarm system, and standby and emergency power systems. The main factors to consider is square footage of building, type of occupancy, number of occupants, and applicable local codes, the number of floors in the building, location of exits and stairwells. These considerations are used especially in determining what voltage with which to serve the building and size (ampacity) of service entrance and main distribution panel. These statistics are also important in the design of the fire alarm system. The main ways to save energy is through use of occupancy sensors and daylighting controls for lighting (the latter assumes windows or skylights for introducing daylight). These controls will keep the lights off unless specific areas are occupied, and lighting along with HVAC are the largest electrical loads. Energy costs (both electricity and heating fuel) can often be significantly reduced by incorporating CO2 sensors and variable frequency drives to control air handlers (large fans) rather then running them continuously at a rate to support maximum building occupancy, as is the case in many buildings.
- Q:What would be a good non-related minor to go with a major in Electrical Engineering?
- Set yourself up for a future graduate degree. First, a masters in EE is not very important so I don't recommend my students go there. But, a masters in business admin is a great career helper. SO. get a minor that will let you go directly into a MBA program without a bunch of pre reqs. Most schools have one. If not, make up your own. Look at the pre reqs for an MBA program and take them. Probably, accounting, econ, management etc
- Q:How does Tennessee meet it's economic needs?
- hi there, a lot of reading for you on the link,have fun. Tennessee's major industries include agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. Tobacco, cotton, and soybeans are the state's primary agricultural crops, and major manufacturing exports include chemicals, transportation equipment, and electrical equipment
- Q:im doing a report on missouri and ive got one day to do itso i need some help what is missouri's industry?
- In manufacturing, Missouri had a competitive advantage in greeting card publishing, automatic merchandising machines, lumber and wood products (i.e. sawmill products, hardwood floors, wood containers/pallets, and furniture), ammunition, paper products (i.e. paper bags, paper sanitary products, envelopes, and paper), and lastly in motor vehicles, which was substantially represented (i.e. motor vehicles, boats, motorcycles, aircraft, internal combustion engines, motors and generators, fans, and heating and cooling equipment). In the extractive industries, Missouri had a competitive advantage in lead mining, clay cricks, lime and stone quarrying, paving and asphalt products, and cement. In agriculture and food products, Missouri had a competitive advantage in agricultural production products (i.e. agricultural chemicals, grass seeds, prepared feeds, feed grains, hay, cattle, hogs, and oil crops) and in manufactured food products (i.e. pet foods, malt beverages, pasta products, poultry processing, pickles and sauces, roasted coffee, cheese and condensed milk, and cereals). Famous people - Louis and Clark Place to visit - The Arch in St. Louis, Branson Population - 5,595,211 17th of 50 states
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