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Measuring Temperatures

Form #: 630-123
Topics covered in this chapter are: instrument characteristics, sensors, probes, using the surface probe as a diagnostic tool and temperature records.

Powder-Actuated Fastening Systems

Form #: 630-128
Of the numerous topics in this chapter here is a small listing of a few of them: operating principle, tool classification, tool safety power loads, fastener types fastener guidance, functioning in concrete or steel, and applied loads.

The Use of Suction Pressure and Temperature Recorders

Form #: 630-47
The three main topics covered in this chapter are: types of recorders for analyzing operating problems, how to use a recorder and recorder advantages.

Modern Recording Instruments - Their Use and Care

Form #: 630-48
This chapter covers: how the galvanometric chart recorder operates, current, voltage and temperature recorders, connecting some basic recorders and recorder application.

Shaft Alignment

Form #: 630-76
This chapter will cover close alignment rather than the rigging into place of the equipment and the initial rough alignment, although some of the methods shown can be applied to rough alignment.

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