12 Years Manufacturer HVFS-G Straight to Jordan Factory

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Features Nickle-Plated brass body and PBT body. stainless steel tube gripping claws, collars and release sleeves(collets) offer a quick hold and release mechanism to provide a low disconnection force for easy removal of the tubing. Oval and round shape of release sleeve are available. Three colors on the release sleeve, blue, black and gray. Specifications Fluid Admitted Air, Vacuum, Water (no freezing) Working Pressure 0—1.0MPa | 0—150psi Proof Pressure 3.0Mpa | 435psi Negativ...


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12 Years Manufacturer HVFS-G Straight to Jordan Factory Detail:

Features

Nickle-Plated brass body and PBT body.

stainless steel tube gripping claws, collars and release sleeves(collets) offer a quick hold and release mechanism to provide a low disconnection force for easy removal of the tubing.

Oval and round shape of release sleeve are available.

Three colors on the release sleeve, blue, black and gray.

Specifications

Fluid Admitted

Air, Vacuum, Water (no freezing)

Working Pressure

0—1.0MPa | 0—150psi

Proof Pressure

3.0Mpa | 435psi

Negative Pressure

-100Kpa | -29.5 In Hg

Working Temperature

0—60°C | 32~140°F

Applicable Tube

PU / PA / PE / PVC

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Metric Tube ØD
4mm 5mm 6mm 7mm 8mm 9mm 10mm 12mm 14mm 15mm 16mm
Inch Tube ØD
1/8″ 5/32″ 3/16″ 1/4″ 5/16″ 3/8″ 1/2″
Thread Standard and Type
R, PT, BSPT — 55° Taper Pipe Thread Metric Thread
R1/8 R1/4 R3/8 R1/2 M5x0.8

M6x1

M8x1 M10x1 M12x1.25 M14x1.5 M16x1.5 M20x1.5

UNF

NPT – 60°American Standard Taper Pipe Thread

BSPP, G – 55° Parallel Pipe Thread

10-32 UNF

1/8 NPT

1/4 NPT

3/8 NPT

1/2 NPT

G1/8

G1/4

G3/8

G1/2

Tube(Metric)-Thread(R)

Tube(inch)-Thread(NPT)

HVFS 6-G01

HVFS 1/4-G01

HVFS 6-G02

HVFS 1/4-G02

HVFS 6-G03

HVFS 1/4-G03

HVFS 8-G01

HVFS 5/16-G01

HVFS 8-G02

HVFS 5/16-G02

HVFS 8-G03

HVFS 5/16-G03

HVFS 10-G02

HVFS 3/8-G02

HVFS 10-G03

HVFS 3/8-G03


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  • This is a 2003 Pontiac Vibe with a 1.8L Toyota engine. The customer replaced the spark plugs, ignition coils, MAF sensor and other components in an unsuccessful attempt at fixing this misfire. I decided this would make a great case study for my class at Rosedale Technical College and for you, my YouTube students! In this video I am showing how to do a fuel injector cleaning service in an attempt to fix the injector flow problems revealed in part 1. I was unsuccessful in this case and from my experience, injector replacement is the only fix for these types of issues.

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    Symptoms
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    – misfire
    – check engine light (P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304)

    Fix
    – replace restricted injectors

    Tests shown
    – how to perform an injector balance test
    – how to clean fuel injectors

    Tools used
    – fuel injector cleaning kit
    – fuel pressure gauge (test kit)
    – fuel injector balance tester (timer tool)

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    Here’s how a brake booster and master cylinder work to stop your vehicle with the press of your brake pedal.

    Stopping a heavy, 2000+ lb car is no easy task. It takes a lot of force to press up against the discs and drums on each wheel to stop a car quickly.

    The hydraulics of brakes is quite simple. A primary piston (known as the master cylinder) pushes fluid into hydraulic lines that get fed out to the wheels. The piston inside the caliper (or wheel cylinder inside the drum) will expand with the fluid, causing it to glide up against the disc (or drum), slowing the wheel.

    The brake booster was developed to sit in between the master cylinder and driver’s pedal, to make it easier for it to press the pedal. While the master cylinder’s diameter is already smaller than that of the caliper pistons, the force required to compress it is still great.

    The brake booster works on the principle of vacuum differentials to aid in pushing the master cylinder. On one side, vacuum is sucked from the engine’s intake. At idle, a valve in the diaphragm allows vacuum to be passed through the diaphragm, so that vacuum balances both sides.

    When you depress the brakes, that valve moves, sealing off the vacuum side, while allowing filtered atmospheric air to enter the booster from the brake pedal side. This creates a pressure differential between the diaphragm, which helps to force the piston in the master cylinder to compress.

    A giant return spring brings the diaphragm back to its rest position when the brake pedal is released.

    The master cylinder consists of two small pistons in series. Each piston routes to two diagonally opposite wheels, for redundancy in case one springs a leak or the seal is compromised. Reserve brake fluid is contained in a reservoir above the master cylinder and is sucked into the piston assembly when the brake pedal is pushed.

    Periodic brake flushes are required because brake fluid is hydroscopic and will absorb moisture and loose its effectiveness over time. Furthermore brake fluid will wear down with heat, and may become contaminated.

    A good manufacturers, we have cooperated twice, good quality and good service attitude.
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    We always believe that the details decides the company's product quality, in this respect, the company conform our requirements and the goods are meet our expectations.
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