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Source text - English Pressurized units, on request, can be supplied equipped with a protection system, called DROP (Dry Running Operation Protection), which protects hydraulic parts from possible damage which could be caused by overheating of the liquid inside the pump body.
Such overheating can take place owing to causes outside the pump or because the pump stops priming.
The DROP system can be supplied either installed inside the pump body or mounted on the outside. In both cases it consists of a special sensor mounted in contact with the pumped liquid and connected to the motor’s terminal board.
The DROP system is reset using the switch located on the box holding the condenser.
Operation: when the temperature of the liquid inside the pump body reaches 60°C to 70°C, DROP interrupts the power supply to the motor, the pump stops and the pilot lamp positioned next to the switch illuminates.
The pump can start again automatically only if the system cools and if the power supply is disconnected and then connected again.
– position the switch to “0”, disconnect the plug;
– rectify the cause of malfunction;
– wait a few minutes, until the whole hydraulic part has cooled;
– position the switch to “I”, reinsert the plug, the red pilot lamp light extinguishes and the pump starts again.
If the red lamp stays on, put the switch to “0”, disconnect the plug and repeat the start-up operations after a few minutes.
The circuitry diagram is shown in Fig. 5.
Translation - Chinese 因应要求时，可提供配备有保护系统的加压装置，称为DROP（干运转保护装置），用来保护液压部件不受因为泵体内部的液体过热可能引起的损坏。
Source text - English I Want to Have My Case Reviewed Again (Appeal)
You may appeal any decision. Appeals may relate to your eligibility, the amount or type of help provided to you, late applications, requests to return money, or questions regarding continuing help. When you appeal a decision, you are asking us to review your case again. Before you appeal a decision, please refer to the specific information in this guide about qualifying for help or refer to the letter sent to you about your eligibility for assistance. This guide should answer most of your questions about the expenses covered under this program.
If, after you review this guide, you still do not agree with the decision about your application or help received, follow these steps below to appeal the decision:
Steps for filing an Appeal:
1. Explain in writing why you think the decision about the amount or type of assistance you received is not correct.
• When submitting your letter, please include your full name, date and place of birth, and address. In addition, your letter must be either notarized, include a copy of a state issued identification card, or include the following statement, “I hereby declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct." You must sign the letter.
If someone other than you or the co-applicant is writing the letter, then a statement must be included saying that that person may act for you.
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Simplified Chinese (Mandarin) < -> Traditional Chinese (Mandarin)
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