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China Best Sales 40L Oxygen Cylinder with Qf-2g Valve for Hospital to Iraq vacuum pump and compressor

Product Description

 

Model Number: ISO219-40-150

valve:QF-2C

Material: Steel 37Mn

new seamless steel gas cylinder for N2,O2 

Industrial nitrogen Gas

Pressure: High

Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

Brand Name: DSW

Thickness of seamless:5.7mm

weight of seamless: 47to 50kg

working pressure:150bar

test pressure: 250bar

TP:250KG/CM2

PW:150KG/CM2

40L and 50L medical oxygen cylinders
 
 
Type   (mm)
Outside
Diameter
(L)
Water
Capacity
(mm)

Height
(Withoutvalve)

(Kg)
Weight(Without
valve,cap)
(Mpa)
Working
Pressure
(mm)
Design Wall
Thickness
Material
Grades
ISO232-40-150 219 40 1167 43 200 5.2 37Mn
ISO232-47-150 47 1351 49
ISO232-50-150 50 1430 51.6
ISO232-40-200 232 40 1156 44.9 200 5.2 34CrMo4
ISO232-46.7-200 46.7 1333 51
ISO232-47-200 47 1341 51.3
ISO232-50-200 50 1420 54
EN232-40-210 232(TPED) 40 1156 44.9 230 5.8 34CrMo4
EN232-46.7-210 46.7 1333 51
EN232-47-210 47 1341 51.3
EN232-50-210 50 1420 54
EN232-40-230 40 1156 44.9 230 5.8 34CrMo4
EN232-46.7-230 46.7 1333 51
ISO232-47-230   47 1341 51.3
ISO232-50-230   50 1420 54
ISO267-40-150 267 40 922 43.3 150 5.8 37Mn
ISO267-50-150 50 1119 51.3

100% new high quality seamless steel pipe from Bao Shan Iron co.,ltd (Baosteel).
Total 5 working line make 3000pcs per day for oxygen gas cylinder, argon gas cylinder, helium gas cylinder, Nitrogen gas cylinder , Co2 gas cylinder, N2O gas cylinder..etc

China top 1 advanced heat treatment machine. And China top 1 internal polishing machine to make high purity gas cylinder with 99.999% oxygen gas, helium gas, N2O gas and argon gas.

100% Hydrostatic prssure test and leakage test to keep the quality

Advanced automatic  spraying working line make the spraying at high top quality , no any bubble , without shrinkage and distoration .

Japan imported shoulder marking machine make it the most qualified ones  .
DSW seamless gas cylinder have nice appearance shoulders because we use shape-correction machine treatment make the cylinder shoulder most beautiful shape which other supplier can’t be compared.

Laboratory test standard  ISO9809-3 and ISO9809-1, DOT-3AA, EN1964,GB5099 ..etc
Specification

RECORD OF HYDROSTATIC TESTS ON CYLINDERS                TIME ≥ 60S
 
S.N Serial No. The weight without valve&cap(kg) Volumetric Capacity(L) Total expansion(ml) Permanent expansion(ml) Percent of Permanent to totalexpanison(%) Test Pressure 250Bar Lot and Batch No.
401 2070968 057 48.6  40.0  200.3  2.6  1.3  250 2070968
402 2070968 058 48.3  40.0  204.2  2.3  1.1  250 2070968
403 2070968 059 48.2  40.1  205.1  2.6  1.3  250 2070968
404 2070968 060 48.5  40.1  195.2  2.6  1.3  250 2070968
405 2070968 061 48.2  40.1  205.1  2.7  1.3  250 2070968
406 2070968 062 48.6  40.0  206.2  2.2  1.1  250 2070968
407 2070968 063 48.3  40.3  193.9  2.2  1.1  250 2070968
408 2070968 064 48.0  40.1  200.1  2.9  1.4  250 2070968
409 2070968 065 48.4  40.0  205.2  2.9  1.4  250 2070968
410 2070968 066 47.9  40.1  200.1  2.6  1.3  250 2070968
411 2070968 067 47.9  40.2  201.0  2.2  1.1  250 2070968
412 2070968 068 48.7  40.0  200.3  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
413 2070968 069 48.3  40.2  201.0  2.8  1.4  250 2070968
414 2070968 070 48.2  40.1  197.2  2.5  1.3  250 2070968
415 2070968 071 47.9  40.0  206.2  2.6  1.3  250 2070968
416 2070968 072 48.5  40.4  193.8  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
417 2070968 073 49.0  40.0  201.3  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
418 2070968 074 49.2  40.1  201.1  2.3  1.1  250 2070968
419 2070968 075 48.3  40.2  196.0  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
420 2070968 076 47.7  40.2  198.0  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
421 2070968 077 48.2  40.2  198.0  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
422 2070968 078 48.5  40.3  201.8  2.3  1.1  250 2070968
423 2070968 079 49.2  40.1  194.2  2.7  1.4  250 2070968
424 2070968 080 48.5  40.4  200.7  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
425 2070968 081 48.2  40.1  197.2  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
426 2070968 082 48.3  40.0  200.3  2.7  1.3  250 2070968
427 2070968 083 48.5  40.3  197.9  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
428 2070968 084 48.3  40.1  200.1  2.3  1.1  250 2070968
429 2070968 085 48.6  40.1  194.2  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
430 2070968 086 48.5  40.1  199.1  2.6  1.3  250 2070968
431 2070968 087 48.4  40.1  199.1  2.9  1.5  250 2070968
432 2070968 088 48.1  40.2  203.9  2.3  1.1  250 2070968
433 2070968 089 48.6  40.2  198.0  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
434 2070968 090 48.0  40.2  201.0  2.5  1.2  250 2070968
435 2070968 091 49.6  40.0  206.2  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
436 2070968 092 48.5  40.1  197.2  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
437 2070968 093 48.1  40.1  197.2  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
438 2070968 094 48.0  40.1  197.2  2.2  1.1  250 2070968
439 2070968 095 48.1  40.1  197.2  2.9  1.5  250 2070968
440 2070968 096 48.3  40.1  199.1  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
441 2070968 097 48.1  40.2  203.0  2.4  1.2  250 2070968
442 2070968 098 48.6  40.1  199.1  2.6  1.3  250 2070968
443 2070968 099 48.5  40.2  198.0  2.3  1.2  250 2070968
444 2070968 100 48.4  40.1  202.1  2.4  1.2  250 2070968
445 2070968 101 48.7  40.0  204.2  2.3  1.1  250 2070968
446 2070968 102 49.2  40.0  204.2  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
447 2070968 103 48.1  40.2  200.0  2.6  1.3  250 2070968
448 2070968 104 48.0  40.1  202.1  3.0  1.5  250 2070968
449 2070968 105 48.3  40.1  196.2  2.4  1.2  250 2070968
450 2070968 106 48.8  40.0  206.2  2.2  1.1  250 2070968

Material: Steel
Usage: Print, Oxygen Gas and Nitrogen Cylinder
Structure: Gas – Liquid Damping Cylinder
Power: Hydraulic
Standard: Standard
Pressure Direction: Single-acting Cylinder
Customization:
Available

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hydraulic cylinder

How do hydraulic cylinders handle the challenges of minimizing friction and wear?

Hydraulic cylinders employ several mechanisms and techniques to effectively minimize friction and wear, ensuring optimal performance and longevity. Minimizing friction and wear is crucial for hydraulic cylinders as it helps to maintain efficiency, reduce energy consumption, and prevent premature failure. Here’s a detailed explanation of how hydraulic cylinders handle the challenges of minimizing friction and wear:

1. Lubrication:

– Proper lubrication is essential for minimizing friction and wear in hydraulic cylinders. Lubricating fluids, such as hydraulic oils, are used to create a thin film between moving surfaces, reducing direct metal-to-metal contact. This lubricating film acts as a protective barrier, reducing friction and preventing wear. Regular maintenance practices include monitoring and maintaining the appropriate lubricant levels to ensure optimal lubrication and minimize frictional losses.

2. Surface Finishes:

– The surface finishes of components in hydraulic cylinders play a crucial role in minimizing friction and wear. Smoother surface finishes, achieved through precision machining, grinding, or the application of specialized coatings, reduce surface roughness and frictional resistance. By minimizing surface irregularities, the risk of wear and friction-induced damage is significantly reduced, resulting in improved efficiency and extended component life.

3. High-Quality Sealing Systems:

– Well-designed and high-quality sealing systems are crucial for minimizing friction and wear in hydraulic cylinders. Seals prevent fluid leakage and contamination while maintaining proper lubrication. Advanced sealing materials, such as polyurethane or composite materials, offer excellent wear resistance and low friction characteristics. Optimal seal design and proper installation ensure effective sealing, minimizing friction and wear between the piston and cylinder bore.

4. Proper Alignment and Clearances:

– Hydraulic cylinders must be properly aligned and have appropriate clearances to minimize friction and wear. Misalignment or excessive clearances can result in increased friction and uneven wear, leading to premature failure. Proper installation, alignment, and maintenance practices, including regular inspection and adjustment of clearances, help ensure smooth and even movement of the piston within the cylinder, reducing friction and wear.

5. Filtration and Contamination Control:

– Effective filtration and contamination control are essential for minimizing friction and wear in hydraulic cylinders. Contaminants, such as particles or moisture, can act as abrasive agents, accelerating wear and increasing friction. By implementing robust filtration systems and proper maintenance practices, hydraulic systems can prevent the ingress of contaminants, ensuring clean and properly lubricated components. Clean hydraulic fluids help minimize wear and friction, contributing to improved performance and longevity.

6. Material Selection:

– The selection of appropriate materials for hydraulic cylinder components is crucial in minimizing friction and wear. Components subject to high frictional forces, such as pistons and cylinder bores, can be made from materials with excellent wear resistance, such as hardened steel or composite materials. Additionally, selecting materials with low coefficients of friction helps reduce frictional losses. Proper material selection ensures durability and minimized wear in critical components of hydraulic cylinders.

7. Maintenance and Regular Inspection:

– Regular maintenance and inspection practices are vital for identifying and addressing potential issues that could lead to increased friction and wear in hydraulic cylinders. Scheduled maintenance includes lubrication checks, seal inspections, and monitoring of clearances. By promptly detecting and rectifying any signs of wear or misalignment, hydraulic cylinders can be kept in optimal condition, minimizing friction and wear throughout their operational lifespan.

In summary, hydraulic cylinders employ various strategies to handle the challenges of minimizing friction and wear. These include proper lubrication, employing suitable surface finishes, utilizing high-quality sealing systems, ensuring proper alignment and clearances, implementing effective filtration and contamination control measures, selecting appropriate materials, and conducting regular maintenance and inspections. By implementing these practices, hydraulic cylinders can minimize friction and wear, ensuring smooth and efficient operation while extending the overall lifespan of the system.

hydraulic cylinder

Handling Challenges of Different Fluid Viscosities in Hydraulic Cylinders

Hydraulic cylinders are designed to handle the challenges associated with different fluid viscosities. The viscosity of hydraulic fluid can vary based on temperature, type of fluid used, and other factors. Hydraulic systems need to accommodate these variations to ensure optimal performance and efficiency. Let’s explore how hydraulic cylinders handle the challenges of different fluid viscosities:

  1. Fluid Selection: Hydraulic cylinders are designed to work with a range of hydraulic fluids, each with its specific viscosity characteristics. The selection of an appropriate fluid with the desired viscosity is crucial to ensure optimal performance. Manufacturers provide guidelines regarding the recommended viscosity range for specific hydraulic systems and cylinders. By choosing the right fluid, hydraulic cylinders can effectively handle the challenges posed by different fluid viscosities.
  2. Viscosity Compensation: Hydraulic systems often incorporate features to compensate for variations in fluid viscosity. For example, some hydraulic systems utilize pressure compensating valves that adjust the flow rate based on the viscosity of the fluid. This compensation ensures consistent performance across different operating conditions and fluid viscosities. Hydraulic cylinders work in conjunction with these compensation mechanisms to maintain precision and control, regardless of the fluid viscosity.
  3. Temperature Control: Fluid viscosity is highly dependent on temperature. Hydraulic cylinders employ various temperature control mechanisms to address the challenges posed by temperature-induced viscosity changes. Heat exchangers, coolers, and thermostatic valves are commonly used to regulate the temperature of the hydraulic fluid within the system. By controlling the fluid temperature, hydraulic cylinders can maintain the desired viscosity range, ensuring reliable and efficient operation.
  4. Efficient Filtration: Contaminants in hydraulic fluid can affect its viscosity and overall performance. Hydraulic systems incorporate efficient filtration systems to remove particles and impurities from the fluid. Clean fluid with the appropriate viscosity ensures optimal functioning of hydraulic cylinders. Regular maintenance and filter replacements are essential to uphold the desired fluid viscosity and prevent issues related to fluid contamination.
  5. Proper Lubrication: Different fluid viscosities can impact the lubrication properties within hydraulic cylinders. Lubrication is essential for minimizing friction and wear between moving parts. Hydraulic systems employ lubricants specifically formulated for the anticipated fluid viscosity range. Adequate lubrication ensures smooth operation and extends the lifespan of hydraulic cylinders, even in the presence of varying fluid viscosities.

In summary, hydraulic cylinders employ various strategies to handle the challenges associated with different fluid viscosities. By selecting appropriate fluids, incorporating viscosity compensation mechanisms, controlling temperature, implementing efficient filtration, and ensuring proper lubrication, hydraulic cylinders can accommodate variations in fluid viscosity. These measures enable hydraulic systems to deliver consistent performance, precise control, and efficient operation across different fluid viscosity ranges.

hydraulic cylinder

What is a hydraulic cylinder and how does it function in various applications?

A hydraulic cylinder is a mechanical actuator that converts hydraulic energy into linear force and motion. It plays a critical role in various applications where controlled and powerful linear motion is required. Hydraulic cylinders are commonly used in industries such as construction, manufacturing, agriculture, and transportation. Here’s a detailed explanation of what a hydraulic cylinder is and how it functions:

Definition and Components:

– A hydraulic cylinder consists of a cylindrical barrel, a piston, a piston rod, and various seals. The barrel is a hollow tube that houses the piston and allows for fluid flow. The piston divides the cylinder into two chambers: the rod side and the cap side. The piston rod extends from the piston and provides a connection point for external loads. Seals are used to prevent fluid leakage and maintain hydraulic pressure within the cylinder.

Function:

– The function of a hydraulic cylinder is to convert the pressure and flow of hydraulic fluid into linear force and motion. The hydraulic fluid, typically oil, is pressurized and directed into one of the chambers of the cylinder. As the fluid enters the chamber, it applies pressure on the piston, causing it to move in a linear direction. This linear motion of the piston is transferred to the piston rod, creating a pushing or pulling force.

Working Principle:

– The working principle of a hydraulic cylinder is based on Pascal’s law, which states that pressure exerted on a fluid in a confined space is transmitted equally in all directions. In a hydraulic cylinder, when hydraulic fluid is pumped into one side of the cylinder, it creates pressure on the piston. The pressure is transmitted through the fluid to the other side of the piston, resulting in a balanced force across the piston and piston rod. This force generates linear motion in the direction determined by the fluid input.

Applications:

– Hydraulic cylinders find extensive use in a wide range of applications due to their ability to generate high forces and precise control of linear motion. Some common applications include:

1. Construction Equipment: Hydraulic cylinders are used in excavators, loaders, bulldozers, and cranes for lifting, pushing, and digging tasks.

2. Manufacturing Machinery: Hydraulic cylinders are employed in presses, machine tools, and material handling equipment for pressing, clamping, and lifting operations.

3. Agricultural Machinery: Hydraulic cylinders are used in tractors, harvesters, and irrigation systems for tasks like steering, lifting, and controlling attachments.

4. Transportation: Hydraulic cylinders are utilized in vehicles such as dump trucks, garbage trucks, and forklifts for tilting, lifting, and tipping operations.

5. Aerospace and Defense: Hydraulic cylinders are employed in aircraft landing gear, missile systems, and hydraulic actuators for control surfaces.

6. Marine and Offshore: Hydraulic cylinders are used in ship steering systems, cranes, and offshore drilling equipment for various lifting and positioning tasks.

In these applications, hydraulic cylinders offer advantages such as high force capability, precise control, compact size, and durability. They provide efficient and reliable linear motion, contributing to enhanced productivity and functionality in a wide range of industries.

Overall, hydraulic cylinders are integral components in various applications where controlled and powerful linear motion is required. Their ability to convert hydraulic energy into mechanical force makes them invaluable in numerous industries, enabling the operation of heavy machinery, precise positioning, and efficient load handling.

China Best Sales 40L Oxygen Cylinder with Qf-2g Valve for Hospital to Iraq   vacuum pump and compressor	China Best Sales 40L Oxygen Cylinder with Qf-2g Valve for Hospital to Iraq   vacuum pump and compressor
editor by CX 2023-12-12

China OEM Ya Brand Medical Use 219*1365, Hydraulic Oxygen Cylinder with Good Service 40L near me supplier

Product Description

1.Product description

Water Capacity 40L
Cylinder Weight 48±1kg
Outside Diameter 219mm
Service Pressure (Bar) 150bar
Test Pressure(Bar) 250bar
Certification TPED/ISO9809
Head Protection Tulip Cap, Common Cap semi-circle cap
After-Sales Service Provided Overseas Third-Party Support Available
Brand Name YA

2.Product picture

 

Type Outside
diameter
(mm)
Water
capacity
(L)
Height
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
Service
pressure
(bar)
Test
pressure
(bar)
Design wall
 thickness
(mm)
Material
ISO9809
(TPED)
219 20 715 28 150 250 5.7 37Mn
25 865 33
32 1075 40
36 1195 44
37 1125 45
38 1255 46
40 1315 48
42 1375 50
45 1465 54
50 1615 60

 

Types of Screw Shafts

Screw shafts come in various types and sizes. These types include fully threaded, Lead, and Acme screws. Let’s explore these types in more detail. What type of screw shaft do you need? Which 1 is the best choice for your project? Here are some tips to choose the right screw:

Machined screw shaft

The screw shaft is a basic piece of machinery, but it can be further customized depending on the needs of the customer. Its features include high-precision threads and ridges. Machined screw shafts are generally manufactured using high-precision CNC machines or lathes. The types of screw shafts available vary in shape, size, and material. Different materials are suitable for different applications. This article will provide you with some examples of different types of screw shafts.
Ball screws are used for a variety of applications, including mounting machines, liquid crystal devices, measuring devices, and food and medical equipment. Various shapes are available, including miniature ball screws and nut brackets. They are also available without keyway. These components form a high-accuracy feed mechanism. Machined screw shafts are also available with various types of threaded ends for ease of assembly. The screw shaft is an integral part of linear motion systems.
When you need a machined screw shaft, you need to know the size of the threads. For smaller machine screws, you will need a mating part. For smaller screw sizes, the numbers will be denominated as industry Numeric Sizes. These denominations are not metric, but rather in mm, and they may not have a threads-per-inch designation. Similarly, larger machine screws will usually have threads that have a higher pitch than those with a lower pitch.
Another important feature of machine screws is that they have a thread on the entire shaft, unlike their normal counterparts. These machine screws have finer threads and are intended to be screwed into existing tapped holes using a nut. This means that these screws are generally stronger than other fasteners. They are usually used to hold together electronic components, industrial equipment, and engines. In addition to this, machine screws are usually made of a variety of materials.
screwshaft

Acme screw

An Acme screw is the most common type of threaded shaft available. It is available in a variety of materials including stainless steel and carbon steel. In many applications, it is used for large plates in crushing processes. ACME screws are self-locking and are ideal for applications requiring high clamping force and low friction. They also feature a variety of standard thread forms, including knurling and rolled worms.
Acme screws are available in a wide range of sizes, from 1/8″ to 6″. The diameter is measured from the outside of the screw to the bottom of the thread. The pitch is equal to the lead in a single start screw. The lead is equal to the pitch plus the number of starts. A screw of either type has a standard pitch and a lead. Acme screws are manufactured to be accurate and durable. They are also widely available in a wide range of materials and can be customized to fit your needs.
Another type of Acme screw is the ball screw. These have no back drive and are widely used in many applications. Aside from being lightweight, they are also able to move at faster speeds. A ball screw is similar to an Acme screw, but has a different shape. A ball screw is usually longer than an Acme screw. The ball screw is used for applications that require high linear speeds. An Acme screw is a common choice for many industries.
There are many factors that affect the speed and resolution of linear motion systems. For example, the nut position and the distance the screw travels can all affect the resolution. The total length of travel, the speed, and the duty cycle are all important. The lead size will affect the maximum linear speed and force output. If the screw is long, the greater the lead size, the higher the resolution. If the lead length is short, this may not be the most efficient option.
screwshaft

Lead screw

A lead screw is a threaded mechanical device. A lead screw consists of a cylindrical shaft, which includes a shallow thread portion and a tightly wound spring wire. This spring wire forms smooth, hard-spaced thread convolutions and provides wear-resistant engagement with the nut member. The wire’s leading and trailing ends are anchored to the shaft by means appropriate to the shaft’s composition. The screw is preferably made of stainless steel.
When selecting a lead screw, 1 should first determine its critical speed. The critical speed is the maximum rotations per minute based on the natural frequency of the screw. Excessive backlash will damage the lead screw. The maximum number of revolutions per minute depends on the screw’s minor diameter, length, assembly alignment, and end fixity. Ideally, the critical speed is 80% of its evaluated critical speed. A critical speed is not exceeded because excessive backlash would damage the lead screw and may be detrimental to the screw’s performance.
The PV curve defines the safe operating limits of a lead screw. This relationship describes the inverse relationship between contact surface pressure and sliding velocity. As the PV value increases, a lower rotation speed is required for heavier axial loads. Moreover, PV is affected by material and lubrication conditions. Besides, end fixity, which refers to the way the lead screw is supported, also affects its critical speed. Fixed-fixed and free end fixity are both possible.
Lead screws are widely used in industries and everyday appliances. In fact, they are used in robotics, lifting equipment, and industrial machinery. High-precision lead screws are widely used in the fields of engraving, fluid handling, data storage, and rapid prototyping. Moreover, they are also used in 3D printing and rapid prototyping. Lastly, lead screws are used in a wide range of applications, from measuring to assembly.

Fully threaded screw

A fully threaded screw shaft can be found in many applications. Threading is an important feature of screw systems and components. Screws with threaded shafts are often used to fix pieces of machinery together. Having fully threaded screw shafts ensures that screws can be installed without removing the nut or shaft. There are 2 major types of screw threads: coarse and fine. When it comes to coarse threads, UTS is the most common type, followed by BSP.
In the 1840s, a British engineer named Joseph Whitworth created a design that was widely used for screw threads. This design later became the British Standard Whitworth. This standard was used for screw threads in the United States during the 1840s and 1860s. But as screw threads evolved and international standards were established, this system remained largely unaltered. A new design proposed in 1864 by William Sellers improved upon Whitworth’s screw threads and simplified the pitch and surface finish.
Another reason for using fully threaded screws is their ability to reduce heat. When screw shafts are partially threaded, the bone grows up to the screw shaft and causes the cavity to be too narrow to remove it. Consequently, the screw is not capable of backing out. Therefore, fully threaded screws are the preferred choice for inter-fragmentary compression in children’s fractures. However, surgeons should know the potential complication when removing metalwork.
The full thread depth of a fully threaded screw is the distance at which a male thread can freely thread into the shaft. This dimension is typically 1 millimeter shy of the total depth of the drilled hole. This provides space for tap lead and chips. The full-thread depth also makes fully threaded screws ideal for axially-loaded connections. It is also suitable for retrofitting applications. For example, fully threaded screws are commonly used to connect 2 elements.
screwshaft

Ball screw

The basic static load rating of a ball screw is determined by the product of the maximum axial static load and the safety factor “s0”. This factor is determined by past experience in similar applications and should be selected according to the design requirements of the application. The basic static load rating is a good guideline for selecting a ball screw. There are several advantages to using a ball screw for a particular application. The following are some of the most common factors to consider when selecting a ball screw.
The critical speed limit of a ball screw is dependent on several factors. First of all, the critical speed depends on the mass, length and diameter of the shaft. Second, the deflection of the shaft and the type of end bearings determine the critical speed. Finally, the unsupported length is determined by the distance between the ball nut and end screw, which is also the distance between bearings. Generally, a ball screw with a diameter greater than 1.2 mm has a critical speed limit of 200 rpm.
The first step in manufacturing a high-quality ball screw is the choice of the right steel. While the steel used for manufacturing a ball screw has many advantages, its inherent quality is often compromised by microscopic inclusions. These microscopic inclusions may eventually lead to crack propagation, surface fatigue, and other problems. Fortunately, the technology used in steel production has advanced, making it possible to reduce the inclusion size to a minimum. However, higher-quality steels can be expensive. The best material for a ball screw is vacuum-degassed pure alloy steel.
The lead of a ball screw shaft is also an important factor to consider. The lead is the linear distance between the ball and the screw shaft. The lead can increase the amount of space between the balls and the screws. In turn, the lead increases the speed of a screw. If the lead of a ball screw is increased, it may increase its accuracy. If not, the lead of a ball screw can be improved through preloading, lubrication, and better mounting accuracy.

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China Custom 40L High Pressure Seamless Aluminum Gas Oxygen Air Cylinder near me supplier

Product Description

Description
We can supply the portable oxygen cylinder made of aluminium material with trolley as package, which will bring great convenience for you and shall be fit for medical, healthcare and family usage. Also all of our portable oxygen cylinders are all passed ISO 13485 inspection system.

Small and portable oxygen device which are fit for first-aid and health-care of hypertension and heart disease etc.

 

Oxygen Cylinder Features:oxygen cylinder price

1.It is equipped with valve, regulator, humidifier and nasal cannula

2. Comes with portable adjustable trolley, can move to everywhere

3. All size available in Aluminum alloy bottle.
 

Material Material
Use Medical gas
Test pressure 250bar/300bar
Working Pressure 150bar/200bar
Valve Customers’ Request

 

Details
Shipping & Payment

Our Advantages

1.Professional: 15 years professional supplier of medical & Lab & First Aid products. Providing service to the customers from over 130 countries.
2.Quality Assurance: Various certificates for quality assurance. For each order, we will check all details(quality, quantity, etc) of the pruducts before submitting, and take photos for you to confirm. We have quality assurance department, Every order will do Factory inspection report.
3.Competitive price: We always ensure high price performance to benefit our customers.
4. Better service: OEM available& Fee sample . After-sales service guarantee.
5.Timely Delivery: Your order shall be shipped once finished.
6.Main products: Medical Consumbles, Laboratory Products, Medical Equipments, First Aid products, Healthcare Products,Veterinary and Pet Products, etc.

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Choosing the Right Ball Bearing for Your Application

When choosing a Ball Bearing, there are several things to consider. These factors include: the size, lubricant type, presence of corrosive agents, stray electrical currents, and more. It can be challenging to choose the right type, size, and type of ball bearing for your application. You should also carefully calculate the loads to determine the right size. Here are some tips for choosing the right Ball Bearing for your application.

Single-row

The single-row ball bearing is 1 of the most popular types of bearings. The inner and outer ring are designed with raceway grooves that are shaped slightly larger than the balls. This type of bearing has a low torque and can handle high-speed applications with minimal power loss. The radial dimensions of single-row ball bearings also vary, so it is possible to find 1 that fits your specific application. Besides the above-mentioned advantages, single-row ball bearings are also available with varying grease levels and are widely applicable to applications where the space is limited.
Single-row ball bearings are also called angular-contact ball bearings. Because of their single-row design, they are not separable and can accommodate a high-speed, heavy-duty application. Single-row angular-contact ball bearings can only handle axial load in 1 direction, and they must be installed in pairs for pure radial loads. Single-row ball bearings are a popular type of rolling bearings and can be used for a wide range of applications.
bearing

Self-aligning

The self-aligning ball bearing was invented by Sven Wingquist, a plant engineer for a textile company in Sweden. While he was responsible for making production as efficient as possible, he soon realized that the machinery he had in place wasn’t working as efficiently as it could. Although ball bearings are great for reducing friction, they were not flexible enough to compensate for misalignments in the machine.
Self-aligning ball bearings have 2 rows of balls and a common sphered raceway. The inner ring is curved and combines the 2 rows of balls into 1 cage. These bearings can tolerate shaft misalignment and compensate for static angular defects. They can be used in simple woodworking machinery, ventilators, and conveying equipment. They are often the preferred choice for applications where shaft alignment is an issue.

Ceramic

A Ceramic ball bearing is a type of high-performance bearing that is available in both full-ceramic and hybrid forms. The main differences between ceramic and steel ball bearings are their construction, lubrication, and mobility. High-quality ceramic ball bearings are durable, and they are ideal for corrosive and high-temperature applications. The material used to create these bearings helps prevent electrolytic corrosion. They are also ideal for reducing the friction and lubrication requirements.
Ceramic balls are harder and less brittle than steel balls, which gives them a higher degree of rigidity. Ceramics also have a higher hardness, with a hardness of Rc75-80 compared to Rc58-64 for steel balls. Their high compressive strength is approximately 5 to 7 times greater than steel. In addition, they have a very low coefficient of friction, which allows them to spin at higher speeds and with less friction. This increases their lifespan and durability, and decreases the energy needed to turn cranks.

Steel

Unlike traditional bearings, steel balls have a relatively uniform hardness. Carbon steel, for instance, is 2.1% carbon by weight. According to the American Iron and Steel Institute, copper content must be no more than 0.40% and manganese content should not be more than 1.65 g/cm3. After carbonizing, steel balls undergo a process called sizing, which improves their roundness geometry and hardness.
The main differences between steel ball bearings and ceramic ball bearings can be traced to their different materials. Ceramic balls are made from zirconium dioxide or silicon nitride. Silicon nitride is harder than steel and resists shocks. The result is increased speed and longer service life. Polyoxymethylene acetal (PMMA) bearing balls are known for their stiffness, strength, and tolerance, but are not as common as steel ball bearings.

Plastic

The most popular types of plastic ball bearings are made of polypropylene or PTFE. These bearings are used in applications requiring higher chemical resistance. Polypropylene is a structural polymer that offers excellent physical and chemical properties, including excellent resistance to organic solvents and degreasing agents. Its lightweight, low moisture absorption rate, and good heat resistance make it an excellent choice for high-temperature applications. However, plastic bearings are not without their drawbacks, especially when operating at very high temperatures or under heavy loads.
Compared to metal bearings, plastic ball-bearings do not require lubrication. They also are highly corrosion-resistant, making them an excellent choice for wash-down applications. They are also post-, autoclave-, and gamma sterilizable. Many conventional steel ball-bearings cannot handle the high temperatures of food processing or swimming pools. In addition to high temperature applications, plastic ball bearings are resistant to chemicals, including chlorine.
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Glass

Plastic sliding bearings are molded bearings made of engineering plastic. With self-lubricating modification technology, these bearings can be produced by injection molding of plastic beads. They are widely used in various industries such as office equipment, fitness and automotive equipment. In addition to plastic bearings, glass balls are used in a variety of other applications, including medical equipment. Glass ball bearings have excellent corrosion resistance, excellent mechanical properties, and are electrically insulators.
Plastic ball bearings are made of all-plastic races and cages. These bearings are suitable for applications that are exposed to acids and alkalis. Because they are cheaper than glass balls, plastic ball bearings are popular in chemical-exposed environments. Stainless steel balls are also resistant to heat and corrosion. But the main disadvantage of plastic ball bearings is that they are not as strong as glass balls. So, if weight and noise is your main concern, consider using plastic balls instead.

Miniature

The global miniature ball bearing market is expected to reach US$ 2.39 Billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 7.2%. Growth in the region is attributed to technological advancement and government initiatives. Countries such as India and China are attracting FDIs and emphasizing the establishment of a global manufacturing hub. This is boosting the market for miniature ball bearings. The miniscule ball bearings are manufactured in small quantities and are very small.
Some manufacturers produce miniature ball bearings in different materials and designs. Chrome steel is the most popular material for miniature ball bearings because of its high load capacity, low noise properties, and lower cost. But the cost of stainless steel miniature bearings is low, since the amount of steel used is minimal. Stainless steel miniature bearings are the smallest in size. Therefore, you can choose stainless steel mini ball bearings for high-speed applications.

Angular-contact

Angular-contact ball bearings have 3 components: a cage, inner ring, and balls. Angular-contact ball bearings can support high axial and radial loads. Various design and manufacturing attributes make angular-contact ball bearings suitable for a variety of applications. Some features of this bearing type include a special lubricant, different cage materials, and different coatings.
The size of an angular-contact ball bearing is determined by the design units: outer ring width, axial load, and radial load. Depending on the type of application, an angular-contact ball bearing may be manufactured in double-row, triple-row, or quadruple-row configurations. Angular contact ball bearings can be classified according to their design units, which range from metric to imperial. A higher ABEC number means tighter tolerances. To determine the tolerance equivalent of a particular bearing, consult a standard Angular-contact ball bearing table.
Angular-contact ball bearings feature high and low-shoulder configurations. They have two-dimensional races that accommodate axial and radial loads. They are available in self-retaining units with solid inner and outer rings, and ball and cage assemblies. Cages made of cast and wrought brass are the most popular, but lightweight phenolic cages are also available. The latter is a better choice because it doesn’t absorb oil and has lower rolling friction.
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Materials

When it comes to the construction of a ball bearing, high-quality raw materials are a crucial component. These materials not only affect the overall quality of a ball bearing, but also influence the cost. That’s why you should pay close attention to raw material quality. In addition to that, raw materials should be tested several times before the manufacturing process to ensure quality. Read on for some information about the different types of materials used to make ball bearings.
Steel is the most common material for ball bearings. Most ball bearings contain stainless steel balls, which are remarkably corrosion-resistant. They are also resistant to saltwater and alkalis. However, stainless steel balls are heavier than plastic ones, and they are also magnetic, which may be a drawback in some applications. If you’re looking for a metal-free option, glass balls are the way to go. They’re sturdy, lightweight, and resistant to a wide range of chemicals.

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