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Join the strips for the flange end to end with diagonal seams.
The trajectory of the contact point (B) of the standard wheelset flange looks like an elongated cycloid (Fig.
Add 1" to the desired flange width for seam allowances to determine the flange cut width.
a) in terms of cross beams to truss flange connection: case a1) "strong" connection in horizontal plane cross beam web and flanges are connected or only cross beam web is connected and there is a stiffener (i.
You place the washer between the nut and the flange or between the nut and a through-hardened steel washer 1THSW).
Install the torque reactor plate, NSN 1680-01-105-1496, PN 70700-20688-041, by slipping it over the three bolts installed on the flange in Step 1.
The system can be used with spools having either straight or tapered flanges.
For our flange facing tools to do this job effectively, they need to be positioned accurately on the flange and held tightly in place, withstanding considerable resistance and vibration.
The detailed drawing of the flange can be used as template for fabrication / manufacturing when plotted.
Screwplug and flange heaters provided for liquid applications along with circulation heaters.
The face flange installation fin option is a particularly useful feature when replacing existing narrow-frame steel or aluminum casement and projected windows that were originally installed directly into the masonry of a building opening.