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+MALONE SPECIALTY INC. , a quality manufacturer of industrial hose and hose fittings for over 30 years, is now manufacturing and stocking standard Metric Flat Face Fittings.

Steve Malone, President of Malone Specialty Inc. stated, “For years we have been providing metric fittings and adapters used by our customers in agriculture equipment, manufacturing lines, industrial automation systems, and every heavy industrial arena, and now we are proud to stock a standard line of Metric Flat Face Fittings. These are top quality and built to last longer than most original fittings included in overseas manufactured equipment. Stocking Straight, 45 Degree, and 90 degree Elbows; plus Malone Specialty Inc. can custom manufacture to any special requirements.

Fittings specifications can be viewed on our site:
• Straight Metric Flat Face Fittings
• 45 Degree Metric Flat Face Fittings
• 90 Degree Metric Flat Face Fittings

Visit http://malonespecialtyinc.com/replacement-metric-flat-face-fittings/ to know more.
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With machine sales continuing at a high level, K Show exhibitors pulled out the stops for “world premiere” introductions of new machines, controls, and imaginative applications of automation. Many of these innovations were previewed in our September pre-show report and in other news items over the past few months, but machine builders held back a large number of new products and upgrades for unveiling at the show itself. This post-show roundup focuses on those developments not previously revealed and on additional details about some of the new entries already reported.

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Some of the most important mechanic advancements are deep inside the ship – part of the revamped elevator system used to carry bombs, missiles and other aircraft-loaded equipment from the Ford’s bowels to the vessel’s higher decks.
Slated for springtime delivery, the aircraft carrier CVN 78 Gerald Ford has sparked much interest in its technological breakthroughs for launching and recovering aircraft – as well as new systems to cut down on the number of sailors that run the ship and run up the costs of operating the vessel.

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Quality Plated Plastics, based in Birmingham, has added to its moulding facility with Intelicare material drying and loading equipment, mould heaters and a process water cooling system.
The contract plating specialist has invested over £2m in new premises in Great Barr, Birmingham, with a plating plant, five Negri Bossi injection moulding machines from 55 - 500 tonne and Intelicare ancillaries. The investment has increased the capacity for QPP to more than 60,000 parts per day and increases the size of mouldings that can be moulded in house. They are now able to offer a complete package from tool design to finished product.
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This technical paper describes the planning and execution of a multiservice-vessel (MSV) -based hydraulic-intervention campaign in Chevron’s Tahiti field in the US Gulf of Mexico. The five-well campaign was executed incident-free during 2015, delivering a total treatment volume of almost 30,000 bbl, resulting in 8,500‑BOPD gross initial production uplift and cost savings of 85% in comparison with traditional rig-based methods.

Read more: https://www.spe.org/en/jpt/jpt-article-detail/?art=2921

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Global Aircraft Hydraulic System Market: Introduction
Factors such as rise in global air travel and surge in new aircraft deliveries in countries such as China, Mexico, Brazil and India are estimated to be the key growth drivers in the global aircraft hydraulic system market.
Hydraulic systems have experienced a major transformation in terms of weight (they have become lighter over the years), simplification of inspection, ease of installation and maintenance requirements (latest hydraulic systems demand minimum maintenance).
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The CX series is a compact, efficient and flexible two-panel machine with a clamping force range from 350 to 6500 kN. At the joint booth of the VDWF (German Tool and Mold Making Association), a CXZ 80-380/180 machine with a clamping force of 800 kN will demonstrate the advantages and disadvantages of a plastics-specific or non-plastics specific component design, using a two-component application. The component is separated by colour. The plastics-specific design is marked by the blue zone, the non-plastics specific area by a red zone.

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Evolution, in this context, does not mean changes in a hydrostatic transmission over time. Rather, it is the evolution from a primitive and simplistic ideal depiction to a more detailed and practical Type 2 model. The Type 2 model more closely represents a real-world hydrostatic transmission. This evolution is depicted in Fig. 1. Each stage of evolution has its place in hydraulic design and analysis.
Figure 1(a) is the simplest depiction, which shows both the pump and the motor in their ideal symbology. It explains the principles of the hydrostatic transmission.
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Teagle’s 75 year history has predominately been made up of equipment for livestock farms, and its latest development is set to be the firm’s most sophisticated machine to date.
Sales director, Tom Teagle, says: “Livestock farmers are becoming ever more technical and discerning when it comes to feeding their animals, and while our current range of Tomahawk dual-chop bedders and mills provide the ability to bed loose-pens and chop straw for feeding, they are not suited to accurately processing large volumes of straw for inclusion in total mixed rations (TMR).”

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During recent decades the world has seen a decrease in coal mining, and many nations have raised concerns about the environmental impact of other types of land-based fuel sources. This has resulted in a move toward farming the sea for its rich energy sources— tidal energy, ocean energy and the piping of deepsea liquefied gas and oil. All of these resources need to be gathered with the greatest of care for the sake of the precarious oceanic environment and respect for the dangers that the oceans can pose for personnel working in these remote locations.

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