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cnc machines and tools

cnc machines and tools

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In order to keep pace with the requirements of the clients,we offer a wide array of CNC machine.these machines are highly demanded by the clients for its durability and strength.moreover,our range is reckoned amongest the clients for its precision and accuracy.our range is avilable at industry leading prices.

Automation grade automaic:machine type-CNC turning centres,BRAND-YCM,SERIES-GT SERIES.

FEATURES:1)high functional accuracy,2)superior strength,3)easy to use

pipe fittings

pipe fittings

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Adapters, sometimes called reducing couplings, are a versatile fitting. These fittings are designed to change the end type of a pipe, allowing it to connect to fittings and pipes of many sizes. They can have threaded or slip socket ends to connect to an endless variety of pipes and fittings.

Pipe Fittings are Piping component that helps in Changes the direction of the flow such as elbows, tees. Changes the size of the pipe such as reducers, reducing tees. Connect different components such as couplings and stop the flows such as Caps.

There are different types of pipe fitting used in piping. Pipe Fittings used in piping work are mainly Elbow, Tee, Reducer, Union, Coupling, Cross, Cap, Swage Nipple, Plug, Bush, Expansion Joint, Adapters, Olet (Weldolet, Sockolet, Elbowlet, Thredolet, Nipolet, Letrolet, Swepolet), Steam Traps, Long Radius Bend, Flanges and Valve.

agro commodities

agro commodities

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Agricultural products fall into one of four groups: foods, fuels, fibers, and raw materials. Here are examples of each:

 

  • Food. Grains and cereal crops are grown on more than half the world's farmed acreage, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). But food agriculture crops obviously encompass more than just cereals like wheat and corn. Meats and dairy products like milk are also agricultural food products, as are honey and farmed fish.
  • Fuels. Ethanol, produced from corn, sugarcane, or sorghum, is the agricultural fuel product in the widest use. However, agricultural byproducts like straw sugarcane are also burned to produce power.
  • Fibers. Fiber crops include cotton (which is one of the top 10 crops produced in the U.S. every year), wool, and silk. Agricultural producers also use hemp to make rope and flax for linen. It's even possible to use bamboo fiber to make cloth.
  • Raw materials. These are agricultural products used to make other agricultural products. For example, livestock feed, considered an agricultural product, is used to provide nourishment to the animals that produce dairy products.
medical surgical instruments

medical surgical instruments

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Surgical instruments can be generally divided into five classes by function. These classes are:

  1. Cutting instruments and dissecting: Scalpels, Scissors, Saws.
  2. Grasping or holding instruments: Smooth [anatomical] and Toothed [surgical] Forceps, Towel Clamps, vascular clamps, and organ holders.
  3. Hemostatic instruments: Billroth’s clamps, hemostatic “mosquito” forceps, atraumatic hemostatic forceps, Deschamp’s needle, Höpfner’s hemostatic forceps.
  4. Retractors:Farabef’s C-shaped laminar hook, blunt-toothed hook, sharp-toothed hook, grooved probe, tamp forceps
  5. tissue unifying instruments and materials: needle holders, surgical needles, staplers, clips, adhesive tapes.
  6. Surgical instruments are specially designed tools that assist health care professionals carry out specific actions during an operation. Most instruments crafted from the early 19th century on are made from durable stainless steel. Some are designed for general use, and others for specific procedures. There are many surgical instruments available for almost any specialization in medicine. There are precision instruments used in microsurgery, ophthalmology and otology. Most surgical instruments can be classified into these 4 basic types:
herbs/ayurvedic medicine/herbal products

herbs/ayurvedic medicine/herbal products

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The term “medicinal plant” include various types of plants used in herbalism ("herbology" or "herbal medicine"). It is the use of plants for medicinal purposes, and the study of such uses.

The word “herb” has been derived from the Latin word, “herba” and an old French word “herbe”. Now a days, herb refers to any part of the plant like fruit, seed, stem, bark, flower, leaf, stigma or a root, as well as a non-woody plant. Earlier, the term “herb” was only applied to non-woody plants, including those that come from trees and shrubs. These medicinal plants are also used as food, flavonoid, medicine or perfume and also in certain spiritual activities.

Plants have been used for medicinal purposes long before prehistoric period. Ancient Unani manuscripts Egyptian papyrus and Chinese writings described the use of herbs.  Evidence exist that Unani Hakims, Indian Vaids and European and Mediterranean cultures were using herbs for over 4000 years as medicine. Indigenous cultures such as Rome, Egypt, Iran, Africa and America used herbs in their healing rituals, while other developed traditional medical systems such as Unani, Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine in which herbal therapies were used systematically.

Traditional systems of medicine continue to be widely practised on many accounts. Population rise, inadequate supply of drugs, prohibitive cost of treatments, side effects of several synthetic drugs and development of resistance to currently used drugs for infectious diseases have led to increased emphasis on the use of plant materials as a source of medicines for a wide variety of human ailments.

fabrics/textiles

fabrics/textiles

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When you come to look at rugs in our Huntsville showroom we know you will hear many terms and designs discussed. This glossary serves as a resource for you in your journey to find the perfect rug for you home. Please feel free to contact our rug expert Rick Perkins for any questions you may have.

Rug Designs

Contemporary
These rugs, with patterns less than 25 years old, are marked by a strong Western European influence. They may reflect geometric styling. Modern florals may also be found, as well as abstract art styles or patterns. Colors can be very simple, as in black-on-white, or bold, such as with vivid primary colors.

Heriz
The small town of Heriz is the center of the weaving areas in Azerbaijan and is one of the most important Persian provenances. Because of the ease of transportation, Heriz carpets are of better quality than those from the mountain villages, which are less accessible. The typical Heriz red and a highly individual medallion are main characteristics. Antique examples, in various blue tones, can be found in trade and at auctions. Brown, beige, and turquoise shades indicate older pieces. Rare Heriz silk carpets have exceptionally fine knots. The designs of older Heriz rugs differ radically from those of new pieces.

Kashan
Kashan, in Iran, produces velvet, silks and carpets as well as interesting ceramics and metalwork. The huge bazaar and its side stalls are dominated by the carpets woven on the 15,000 looms in the Kashan area, which produce some 100 pieces every day.

Khorasan
Many of the rugs of Khorasan, particularly those of the Baluch and related tribes, are influenced by the designs and ornaments of the Turkoman tribes. These tribes led a nomadic and semi-nomadic existence in Khorasan, as well as to the north and to the east, in Afghanistan. The rugs of southern Khorasan, in the area bordering Baluchistan, are mainly attributable to the Baluchi.

Saruq
The best and most beautiful Saruqs come from Arak. Not only the name but also the town of Saruq, approximately 50 km north of Arak, has great significance for the carpet market. After a brief period during which the quality dropped, exceptional carpets are being exported all over the world, especially to Europe and America. The importance of Saruq as a carpet center developed during the 19th century. There is no information about carpet weaving in the town in earlier periods.

casting die/sand/investment castings

casting die/sand/investment castings

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Sand casting is a process that utilizes non-reusable sand molds to form metal castings. It is a common production method for metal components of all sizes, from a few ounces to several tons. Sand casting isn’t only versatile in the size of its products – it can also create exceptionally complex or detailed castings, and can be used to cast nearly any metal alloy.

What is Molding Sand?

Molding sand has three important advantages over other mold materials:

  1. it is inexpensive,
  2. it is easily recycled, and
  3. it can withstand extremely high temperatures.

Sand casting is one of the few available processes for metals with high melting temperatures such as steels, nickel, and titanium. Because of its flexibility, heat resistance, and relatively low cost, sand casting is the most widely used casting process.

Castings are produced by pouring liquid metal into a mold cavity. For a casting to be successful, the mold cavity must retain its shape until the metal has cooled and fully solidified. Pure sand breaks apart easily, but molding sand contains bonding material that increases its ability to resist heat and hold shape.

Green sand (an aggregate of sand, pulverized coal, bentonite clay, and water) has traditionally been used in sand casting, however modern chemically bonded molding systems are becoming more popular. The most widely used casting sand is silica (SiO2).

Molding Sand Properties

Strength

The ability of the sand mold to hold its geometric shape under the conditions of mechanical stress.

Permeability

The ability of a sand mold to permit the escape of gases and steam during the casting process.

Moisture Content

Moisture content affects a mold’s strength and permeability: a mold with too little moisture may break apart, while a mold with too much moisture can cause steam bubbles to be entrapped in the casting.

Flowability

The capacity of the sand to fill small cavities in the pattern. High flowability creates a more precise mold, and is therefore useful for detailed castings.

Grain Size

The size of the individual particles of sand.

Grain Shape

This property evaluates the shape of the individual grains of sand based on how round they are. Generally, three grain categories are used in foundry sand:

  1. Rounded Grain sands provide relatively poor bonding strength, but good flowability and surface finish.
  2. Angular Grains have greater bonding strength because of interlocking, but poorer flowability and permeability than rounded grain sands.
  3. Sub-angular Grains are the middle road. They possess better strength and lower permeability relative to rounded grains, but lower strength and better permeability than angular grains.

Collapsibility

The ability of the sand mixture to collapse under force. Greater mold collapsibility allows the metal casting to shrink freely as it solidifies, without the risk of hot tearing or cracking.

Refractory Strength

The mold must not melt, burn, or crack as molten metal is poured into it. Refractory strength measures the ability of molding sand to withstand extreme heat.

Reusability

The ability of molding sand to be reused (after sand conditioning) to produce other sand castings in subsequent manufacturing operations