Direct return

Hungarian translation: The oil should return directly to the tank, not through the valve

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English term or phrase:Direct return
Hungarian translation:The oil should return directly to the tank, not through the valve
Entered by: juvera

10:05 Apr 3, 2005
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Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial
English term or phrase: Direct return
Direct return to tank for breaker operation

Szintén munkagép egyik lehetséges funkciója, csak éppen cakunpakk az egészet nem értem: közvetlen visszatérés a tankhoz (tartályhoz?), hogy a törőt működtessük? Ez így ahogy van, zöldség, de hogy lehet ebből érthető mondatot csinálni?
SZM
Local time: 10:13
az olaj közvetlen a tartályba térjen vissza...
Explanation:
"A breaker needs hydraulic flow in one direction within a working pressure range. A breaker's working pressure depends on three factors: the amount of oil flow, the return line pressure, and the breaker's internal efficiency.

A carrier often is equipped with an auxiliary control valve. This valve can be adjusted to provide the correct amount of oil flow to the breaker. A pressure-relief cartridge also can be installed to protect the hydraulic components. Make sure that oil is not routed back through the return port of this auxiliary valve. Instead, send the oil directly back to the tank, via the cooler and filter. If the circuit is plumbed using both ports on the auxiliary valve, the return line should have a bleed line connected to the tank to prevent damaging pressure spikes from the returning oil."

Úgy néz ki, hogy ha nem a tartályba vezetnék vissza, akkor a szelepen keresztül keringene, ami (legalább is részben) kiküszöböli a tartályt, nem lenne leszűrve és lehűtve, ami nem kívánatos.
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juvera
Local time: 09:13
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Köszönöm, már értem. :-)
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direct return
az olaj közvetlen a tartályba térjen vissza...


Explanation:
"A breaker needs hydraulic flow in one direction within a working pressure range. A breaker's working pressure depends on three factors: the amount of oil flow, the return line pressure, and the breaker's internal efficiency.

A carrier often is equipped with an auxiliary control valve. This valve can be adjusted to provide the correct amount of oil flow to the breaker. A pressure-relief cartridge also can be installed to protect the hydraulic components. Make sure that oil is not routed back through the return port of this auxiliary valve. Instead, send the oil directly back to the tank, via the cooler and filter. If the circuit is plumbed using both ports on the auxiliary valve, the return line should have a bleed line connected to the tank to prevent damaging pressure spikes from the returning oil."

Úgy néz ki, hogy ha nem a tartályba vezetnék vissza, akkor a szelepen keresztül keringene, ami (legalább is részben) kiküszöböli a tartályt, nem lenne leszűrve és lehűtve, ami nem kívánatos.
rockproducts.com/mag/rock_clean_break/

juvera
Local time: 09:13
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
PRO pts in category: 59
Grading comment
Köszönöm, már értem. :-)

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agree  HalmoforBT: A teljes mondatot kell már csak egy kicsit "megfésülni".
34 mins
  -> Köszönöm.

agree  Gyula Erdész
6 hrs
  -> Köszönöm.
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