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Monthly Archives: October 2014

FinishPro 18 Mg Nailer

A compressed air nailer or stapler has two positions – idle and activated, or ‘not fired’ and ‘fired’ if you prefer to think about it that way. It’s useful to understand what is happening in terms of the compressed air…

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Compressed air could revolutionise surgical interventions for epilepsy, which until now has required invasive brain surgery on the hippocampus, accessed by drilling through the patient’s skull. A team at Vanderbilt University have spent the past five years looking for an…

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Air compressor systems are “the most widely used fourth energy”, according to a newly published journal article, but the way they are positioned and set up can have crucial implications in terms of how efficiently that energy is used. Writing…

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Rotary Screw Air Compressors

Smart strategies can allow rotary screw air compressors to be used effectively and efficiently, so that they are not running at full power even when the air is not in demand. Ron Marshall of the Compressed Air Challenge, a voluntary…

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Research Scholar Mr Satheesh Kumar from ERIAN

Air compressor parts are an essential component in vehicle air conditioning systems, helping to circulate cool air around the interior of the vehicle. Usually this is no problem, as the system simply draws its power from the vehicle’s battery, which…

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