Low price for JSC-B Wholesale to Dominica
Low price for JSC-B Wholesale to Dominica Detail:
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.
Air, Vacuum, Water (no freezing)
0—1.0MPa | 0—150psi
3.0Mpa | 435psi
-100Kpa | -29.5 In Hg
0—60°C | 32～140°F
PU / PA / PE / PVC
|Metric Tube ØD|
|Inch Tube ØD|
|Thread Standard and Type|
|R, PT, BSPT — 55° Taper Pipe Thread||Metric Thread|
NPT – 60°American Standard Taper Pipe Thread
BSPP, G – 55° Parallel Pipe Thread
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"Control the standard by the details, show the power by quality". Our business has strived to establish a highly efficient and stable team staff and explored an effective good quality regulate course of action for Low price for JSC-B Wholesale to Dominica, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Mongolia , New Zealand , Paris , Looking forward, we are going to keep pace with the times, continuing to create new products and solutions. With our strong research team, advanced production facilities, scientific management and top services, we will supply high quality products to our customers worldwide. We sincerely invite you to be our business partners for mutual benefits.
ROGP 030. Joel Cowan interviewed by Bob Short, May 15, 2008.
Joel Cowan discusses the planning and development of Peachtree City, urban development in Atlanta, and broader infrastructure issues in Georgia, such as transportation, housing, watershed management, and the roles that the public and private sectors play in development. Cowan graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in industrial management. Before graduation, he planned the community of Peachtree City, and served as its first mayor in 1959. He served as campaign manager, honorary chief of staff, and chair of the Growth Strategies Commission for Governor Joe Frank Harris. Cowan was the founding chairman of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority and the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District. From 1990-1995 he served on the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
From the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies. For more information, see: http://russelldoc.galib.uga.edu/russell/view?docId=ead/RBRL220ROGP.030-ead.xml
By Alma from Nepal - 2016.03.28 16:34
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By Belinda from Mauritius - 2016.12.31 14:53