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Are they referring to the nozzle orifice or are they talking about the diameter of the nozzle? Does it mean the inner diameter of the valve like in a globe valve?
Can't improve on what you have except to say: If you don't ask for a full port valve; you will get an internal diameter smaller than the ID of the piping.
I have a 1989 Jeep Cherokee with 218,700 miles on it and my engine has thick oily gunk on it, possibly from a leaky valve cover gasket, should I change the gasket? I have been told that this is normal and not to worry about, but from the amount of this gunk, I find it hard to believe this is normal. The top of the valve cover has a light covering of gunk, but on the sides and towards the bottom of the engine. it gets very thick and at some places you can't even make out whats suppose there. Does a leaky valve cover gasket mean that there is another problem going on?Can leaving the oily gunk on the engine cause any problems?Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Valve cover gasket start leaking over time. That is normal. The thick oily gunk is from years of engine neglect. It doesn't happen over night. It's a good idea to clean the engine once in a while. As for the valve cover gaskets, they should be replaced (should have long ago) to prevent any more oily gunk from building up.
What kind of valve is on this tennis ball cannon in this picture?
describes how it works pretty well even thought this one is not in fact solenoid operated. This one is operated manually via the blow gun which is just being used as an inexpensive lever operated valve, but the main part of the valve works on the same principle illustrated in the Wikipedia article, just mentally replace the solenoid with the lever valve.
Situation: The males in my family have mitral valve prolapse, while I do not.If anyone could answer some of the following questions, it would be amazing! Thank you so much!1. Is this an X or Y chromosome disease? (I thought since it was just guys, it'd b Y)2. If so (or not), is there any reason why I don't have it?Thanks again! (:
I think it could have just skipped you in the generation of it all, it is not always hereditary to every generational child sometimes it will skip a generation and may catch your children when you have some. I know thats not the best news but most of the time thats how it works.
I am looking at getting a baritone horn of my own, but am not sure what compensating versus non-compensating valves are?
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I have a 98 Mitsubishi Mirage, seems there is a valve cover oil leak, i know this can be easily fixed by replacing the gasket.. but how will i know if the leak isn't from the valve cover gasket . Is the cylinder head gasket a major issue also .. if its not really the valve cover thats producing the oil leak should i not worry and just replace the valve cover gasket .?
Valve cover leaks are typically characterized by what you're experiencing: oil oozing out from the cover/cylinder head mating surfaces. If this were your cylinder head gasket, then you'd be experiencing some problems with how the engine runs ...very unlikely it would cause oil to leak from the valve cover. *Do not* simply wrench down on the bolts holding the valve cover; all you will do is crush the gasket and create a bigger leak. Two things you need to do: replace the valve cover gasket and make sure your PVC or crankcase vent system is not blocked. Swapping the gasket is pretty obvious ...they get old and dry out and leak. Checking/cleaning the crankcase vent system keeps compression blow-by gases (a normal thing in engines) from pressurizing the crankcase and forcing oil to seep out in places it shouldn't. A healthy, properly working crankcase vent system helps prevent this.
Hey guys. I need help. Sorry this might not go here... but i couldnt find a 'good' category to put it in. This is for an engineering project for college.Im looking for shielded core solenoid valves that can with stand 95-98% sulfuric acid. With this in mind not very many materials are usable, right now we are looking for HDPE (High-density polyethylene).The size of the valves and cost is unimportant. Main thing is finding someone who sells HDPE solenoid valves.For more clarification on what we are looking for, below shows a shielded core solenoid valve from ASCO. The more acidic resistant material they offer however is a FKM. Which can only withstand ~60% sulfuric acid solutions.
In practice, engineers do not use solenoid valves directly on chemical or process lines. They are bound to leak and cause danger particularly in your case of 98% sulphuric acid. Use a mechanical valve actuated by a motor (since cost is no issue to you) If an air supply is available, then you can use pneumatic diaphragm valve operated by a solenoid valve. Motorised valve has slower fixed open close time VS faster adjustable open close time for air operated valves.
freak accident broke the shutoff valve at my toilet, so first thing i did was shut the water off at the main shut off valve inside the house. then fixed the toilet shut off valve then went to turn the water back on at the house valve and it ran for a few seconds and that was it. so i then went to the main valve at the street to make sure it was open. it was open as well as all the others inside the house. still no running water. please help.
The service valve inside your home may be in dis-repair as well. These valves rarely get used and will have a tendency to stick in the shut position once the valve has been shut. If you have access to the curb stop at the street and can shut it, then you can go back to the service valve, take off the bonnet and see if the gate is stuck in the shut position. A little cleaning, a little Vaseline to lube it up - and you're good to go. Worst case - you'll need to cut it out and replace, preferably with a ball valve.