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L&T MCCBs at a Glance

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 July 2015 05:13
 

GI Copper Aluminium Conversion Tables

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Four New Articles in Educational Section Added.

# Article Title
1 Simple Formulas (Metal UOM Conversions)
2 Weight of G.I. wire and strips Kg/Mtr
3 Weight of Alluminium Flat Kg/Mtr
4 Weight of Copper Strip / Flat according to Kg/Mtr
5 Brass Weights Per Ft
 

SAARA MAINTENANCE FREE EARTHING ELECTRODE

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SAARA MAINTENANCE FREE EARTHING ELECTRODE

Basically a good earthing is which has more cross-sectional primary conducting area and ,

more surface area, for ready reference we have given both the data in the brochure for our each

“SAARA” The more cross-sectional primary conducting and surface area the better & quicker dissipation of the fault current takes place.
It is always advisable to use flat from the mains to connect to our .

The “SAARA” primary earthing that we have used in our

“SAARA” is strip yielding maximum cross-sectional primary conducting and surface area.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 September 2017 08:44 Read more...
 

C-line Frame 6 : Switch-Disconnector & Changeover Switch

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Cline Frame 6

Last Updated on Saturday, 07 March 2015 18:12
 

Spreadsheet For Calculating Size Of Motor Pump

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Spreadsheet For Calculating Size Of Motor Pump

Calculating Size Of Motor Pump

Calculating Size Of Motor Pump (developed by Mr. Jignesh Parmar)

Introduction

This spreadsheet calculates:

  • Pump hydraulic power
  • Motor-pump shaft power
  • Pump size and
  • Motor size

Some of the input information for pump:

  • Static Suction Head: (h1)
  • Static Discharge Head: (h2)
  • Is Pump Inlet Diameter equal to Outlet Diameter
  • Enter Pump Inlet Diameter
  • Enter Pump Outlet Diameter
  • Density of Liquid: (D)
  • Required Amount of Liquid at perticular Height
  • Required Time for getting Liquid at perticular Height
  • Frction Loass in Pipe
  • Pump Efficiency: (nP)
  • Motor Efficiency: (nM)
  • Safety Margin (As per Americal Petroleum Institute (API))

Calculating Size Of Motor Pump (developed by Mr. Jignesh Parmar)

Software: Calculating Size Of Motor Pump
Version: 10.06.2013 New
Developer: Jignesh Parmar
Size: 121.9 Kb
Price: Free
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Calculating Size Of Motor Pump

Calculating Size Of Motor Pump

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 February 2015 05:02
 


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