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Dowel pins 7. Bottom cover 8. Bottom bush liner 9. Intermediate bush 10. Impeller (2nd stage) 11. Impeller nut and lock screw (2nd stage) 12. Casing ring (2nd stage) 13. Plug 14. Mechanical seal 15. Seal clamping plate 16. Motor stool 17. Thrust bearing housing 18. Thrust bearing cover 19. Thrust bearing end cover 20. Thrust bearing 21. Thrust nut and lock screw 22. 'V ring 23. Distance piece 24. Flexible coupling (pump half) 25. Flexible coupling (motor half) 26. Coupling bolt and nut 27. Coupling pad 28.
Distance piece 24. Flexible coupling (pump half) 25. Flexible coupling (motor half) 26. Coupling bolt and nut 27. Coupling pad 28. Grease lubricator 29. Water return pipe 30. Water supply pipe 31. Pump feet between the heating fluid inlet and the heated fluid outlet) is about 6°C If, however, the heating fluid (steam) is superheated by at least 110°C above saturation temperature and the heated fluid (feed water) leaves the heater at this saturation temperature or near to it, this terminal difference will be very small or zero.
The cooler drain valves are normally open whilst the compressors are not in use to provide unloaded starting. Two timers are located in the control panel. Machinery service systems and equipment 49 One delays the closure of the cooler drains to give the compressor time to run up to speed and to control the time for which drain valves remain open during periodic draining. The other timer controls the frequency of the periodic draining, in certain applications involving the filtration of compressed air particularly those associated with control equipment and the safety of human operators - it is imperative that an efficiency of virtually 100% be achieved in the removal of oil, both in the droplet stage and in its vapour form, together with moisture and other pipeline impurities, A non-return valve in the discharge line of each compressor is necessary.
All the World’s Battleships 1906 to Present by Ian Sturton (ed.)