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Oil and Gas Separator: The screw on/off design of the separator makes replacement easy and quick. The function of the separator is to reduce the oil content in the air to 1-2ppm. Enhanced purity of the compressed air will reduce the post-treatment requirement of the compressed air and will reduce pollution to the supplied equipment.

Temperature Control Valve: Designed especially for the high temperature and humidity environments, the thermal valve enables the system to reach optimal working temperatures as soon as possible after cold start-up. The TCV maintains constant temperature and viscosity of lubricant to prevent condensation of evaporated gas and emulsification of lubricant, this prolongs the service life of lubricant, rotor and main bearings.

Gas intake valve: Technologically advanced integrated air intake controller ensures economic control and operation the screw compressor. The controller has replaced some originally unnecessary parts so that the system is simpler and more reliable. The air intake filter eliminates the dust in the air and other impurities that may be harmful to the machine. High quality air induction reduces abnormal wearing of the main machine components. The GIV will remain closed upon start-up to reduce start-up loading, release the pressure in the oil reservoir drum upon shut down or unloading and prevent back flow of lubricant to the air intake filter. The air intake system is designed to reduce air intake noise.

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Model T-10 T-15 T-20 T-30 T-40 T-50 T-60 T-75 T-100 T-125
Cooling Model Air-Cooled
Free Air Delivery/Discharge Pressure 1.2/0.7 1.8/0.7 2.0/0.7 3.6/0.7 4.9/0.7 6.1/0.7 7.2/0.7 10.3/0.7 13.3/0.7 16.3/0.7
1.1/0.8 1.6/0.8 1.8/0.8 3.4/0.8 4.6/0.8 5.8/0.8 7.0/0.8 9.6/0.8 12.3/0.8 15.2/0.8
0.9/1.0 1.4/1.0 1.6/1.0 3.0/1.0 4.0/1.0 5.1/1.0 6.8/1.0 8.5/1.0 10.9/1.0 13.6/1.0
0.7/1.2 1.2/1.2 1.4/1.2 2.6/1.2 3.6/1.2 4.6/1.2 6.0/1.2 7.6/1.2 9.8/1.2 12.3/1.2
Discharge Temp Working temperature:below+15℃
Lubricant (litres) 12 16 16 22 26 26 26 54 54 60
Oil content in air ≤3-5ppm
Noise Level 70-72±2dB(A) 72-78±3dB(A)
Drive Type Belt
Set pressure of relief valve Discharge Pressure+0.1Mpa
Cooling Model Power(KW) 7.5 11 15 22 30 37 45 55 75 90
Motor Speed(rpm) 1440 2900 1440 1480
Starting Method Y-△Starter
Voltage/frequency 380V-50HZ
Isolation grade Grade F
Dimensions Length(mm) 650 830 1150 1400 1700 1860 2100
Width(mm) 870 1000 950 1150 1400 1500 1550
Height(mm) 1200 1290 1430 1600 1800 1800 2000
Net weight(Kg) 330 450 450 675 1045 1075 1150 1500 1600 2480
















Model T-150 T-175 T-200 T-250 T-300
Cooling Method Air-Cooled
Free Air Delivery/
Discharge Pressure
20.3/0.7 23.5/0.7 26.5/0.7 32.0/0.7 38.0/0.7
18.8/0.8 22.1/0.8 24.0/0.8 29.0/0.8 34.3/0.8
16.0/1.0 18.7/1.0 22.3/1.0 26.0/1.0 30.2/1.0
13.0/1.2 16.0/1.2 19.0/1.2 22.0/1.2 26.0/1.2
Discharge Temp Environment temp+15-18℃
Motor Power(KW) 110 132 160 185 220
Drive Type Direct drive
Dimensions Length(mm) 270 275 290 290 315
Width(mm) 165 165 175 175 185
Height(mm) 195 195 205 210 215
Net weight(Kg) 2050 2200 2350 2500 2650
 


Wigs, beards, action: Behind the scenes as York Minster prepares for Mystery Plays

IN THE 1300s the streets of York would have been packed with people jostling to see the York Mystery Plays performed on pageant wagons. York Minster - which is preparing to host the plays for the first time in 16 years and only the second time in its history - was today absorbed with the hustle and bustle of theatre life as professional make-up artists were busy perfecting wigs, facial hair and designing make-up for the major production. pre bonded hairWork was also in progress building the set for the plays in the nave as the minster’s transformation into a 1,000-seater auditorium took shape ahead of performances later this month and in June. Professional theatre wig, hair and make-up artists are leading a team of local volunteers to create the on-stage appearance for over 200 cast members. Everyone from teachers, vicars, priests, students, doctors and bakers have been persuaded to take part. Deb Kenton, creative wig, hair and make-up supervisior, who has previously worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) as a touring wigs mistress, said: “Make-up really helps to bring the characters to life on stage. “It’s a hugely exciting opportunity to use our skills to wield the magic and help create the stunning visual spectacle that has historically accompanied these epic plays.

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A spokeswoman for York Minster said yesterday: “The York Mystery Plays date from medieval England and dramatise the Christian message from creation to judgement through 48 short plays. “Much of York Minster would have been in existence at the times the plays were first performed,” she added. Its the first time in 16 years and only the second time in their near 700 year history that the Mystery Plays have been performed at York Minster, following sell-out performances in 2000. The 2016 production is being developed by an artistic team, including director Phillip Breen, of the RSC, and writer Mike Poulton, who recently wrote the scripts for the RSC’s productions of Hilary Mantel’s best-selling novels Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies. The set, costumes and props have been designed by theatre designer Max Jones, whose work has been admired at theatres including Shakespeare’s Globe.perruques cheveux naturels There will be 41 performances of the plays in total, running run from 26 May to 30 June. Tickets can be bought online at www.yorkminster.org/mysteryplays2016 by calling 01904 623568 or at York Minster’s visitor admission desks.

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