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FlowMeter Type: Optional

Accuracy: ±0.2%

Pressure Loss (kg/cm): Under 0.25

Motor Voltage(V): 110V/220V/380V,50Hz/60Hz

Capacity(hp) :1HP(0.75kw)

Input Voltage : 110V/220V/380V,50Hz/60Hz

Nozzle: Auto Shut-off Nozzle

Environmental Condition: -40~~+55degree

Control Type: Solenold Vale Control Type

Preset : Function Provided(Small LCDIndicator)

Display(Counter): Type LCD and Bright Backlight

Digit of Volume :0~~999,999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Amount : 0~~999,999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Unit price :0~~9999(4 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Total Range :0~~99,999,999,99

Optional Display: Type LCD and Bright Backlight

Digit of Volume :0~~99,999,999(8 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Amount : 0~~99,999,999(8 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Unit price : 0~~999999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Total Range : 0~~99,999,999,99

Totalizer :1~~9,999,999

Hose: 4.5m

Weight : 335kg.

Dimension(L×W×H): 1270 x 620 x 2420(mm)

Dimension(L×W×H)Of Qty of Container: 40ft: 45 20ft: 22

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    Chapter I Fuel dispenser survey Article I General survey about fuel dispenser’s designation Article II Fuel dispenser’s development history Article III Basic function and category Article IV Basic working principle and configuration of fuel dispenser Chapter II Hydraulic components of fuel dispenser Article I Fuel pump Article II Vapor Separator Article III Measurement transducer Article IV Nozzle Article V Oil indicator Article VI Solenoid valve Article VII Hydraulic pipeline Chapter III Electric control system of fuel dispenser A fuel dispenser rticle I Main functions of electric control system for fuel dispenser Article II Electric control system configuration of fuel dispenser Article III Card-controlled fuel dispenser Article IV Card-controlled dispenser and reader working flow Article V IC card filling system security Chapter IV Safety and environmental protection in forecourt Article I Lightning-proof Article II Wiring system Article III Earth wire and grounding system Article IV Vapor-Recovery system Chapter V Installation & debugging of fuel dispenser Article Installation Article II Submersible pump type dispenser and its installation Chapter VI Metrological approval of fuel dispenser Article I Metrological management and technical requirements Article II Appraisal condition and apparatus Article III Indicating appraisal methods and data processing Article IV Important notices in appraisal Chapter VII Failure and Troubleshooting Article I Failure judgment and troubleshooting Article II Pipeline failure and maintenance Article III Important notices to fuel dispenser dispenser’s maintenance Article IV Dispenser’s maintenance Chapter I Fuel dispenser survey Article I General survey about fuel dispenser’s designation 1. Fuel dispenser The full name is fuel dispenser for motor vehicles, used for measuring fuel of vehicles. It consists of meter for volumes of liquids, additional devices, and ancillary devices. 2. Liquid-volume meter Liquid-volu fuel dispenser

technical specification

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    around 15%-20% at an annual rate and is likely to do so for at least the next few quarters. That alone will shave a percentage point off overall economic growth. Add in the effects on employment, and the impact will be bigger. Early in this expansion, a large chunk of job growth came from housing. During 2004 and 2005 it was around 15%, or about 20,000 jobs per month. As housing stumbles, economists at Goldman Sachs reckon the industry will shed jobs at a similar pace, pulling overall job growth below 100,000 a month and pushing up the unemployment ra fuel dispenser te. Again, much of the effect lies ahead builders were still adding workers in August. These direct consequences of the housing bust will slow the economy. Whether it is dragged into recession depends on the indirect effects, particularly how consumers react. And that is where the real controversy lies. Pessimists argue that a housing bust will sharply crimp consumer spending. More important, Americans will feel less wealthy if their house prices tumble. Nor will they be able to use their houses as giant cash-machines, financing their spending by withdrawing the equity. By some estimates, half the equity money cashed out of homes is spent. Optimists make several counter-arguments. First, they play down the link between mortgage-equity withdrawal and consumption, pointing out that the pace of equity withdrawal has already slowed without dire consequences. Robert Mellman of JPMorgan reckons that the pace at which Americans withdrew cash from their homes fell from a high of 7.9% of disposable personal income in the third quarter of 2005 to 3.3 fuel dispenser % in the second quarter of 2006. Although consumer spending slowed over that period, it did not collapse. If the mortgage-equity link is weaker than expected, then falling house prices may have a milder effect on consumer spending. Possibly so; though the figures so far do not prove it, not least because a drop in equity withdrawal may take time to show up in lower spending. Second, optimists argue th fuel dispenser