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All In a Day's Work: Seventy-five years of Caterpillar - Nolde, Gilbert C. (Editor)
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paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback Pages Number: 176 Language: Chinese. Chassis is an important part of the car. it is very important to grasp the basic disassembly and maintenance skills. Professional textbooks for secondary vocational technical school vehicle maintenance: the chassis of the vehicle disassembly and maintenance training for the teaching material. through a set of typical training project. to exercise the student's ability and professionalism. to lay a solid follow-up professional courses foundation. ... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back., paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pub Date: October 2012 Pages: 191 in Publisher: Zhongshan University Press in Higher Vocational elevator professional textbook series: Elevator Installation Engineering prepared students for higher vocational elevator. the main elevator installation. project management. installation content and require elaborate. The book is divided into six chapters. which were introduced to the elevator Overview elevator installation project management. installation of the elevator installation and construction preparations elevator mechanical part the elevator electrical part of the installation and elevator debugging test run. test delivery and acceptance. the purpose is to help Elevator professional students to master the elevator installation knowledge and understanding of the importance of the elevator installation project management. improve safety awareness. quality awareness. management awareness; master elevator installation project management points and installation tips. At the same time. the reader is familiar with the the elevator project engineering management and government special equipment management department to oversee the management and acceptance testing standards. Contents: development trends and prospects of the elevator Chapter 1 Overview Section I Section II of the basic structure of the elevator. the elevator definition. lift the overall structure. the composition of the elevator and occupied four spaces. elevators eight function system five basic procedures of the two main structural system of the elevator elevator installation in section III. General. basic procedures. safe use of electricity regulations four wells and operating procedures for five lifting operations procedures and six. fire precautions code review of the question for the first two chapters of the elevator installation project management of the first elevator installation management project. the equipment move out of the box to check two. check the installation site and confirmed that three Section II of the safety management of the elevator installation. the key technology of the elevator installation project management content Elevator installation site environmental factors and the risk factors affecting the safety of construction. the elevator installation construction safety management and requirements. the elevator installation construction management of security incidents Section III elevator installation quality management. affect the quality of the elevator installation engineering Factor II elevator installation project quality management system. elevator installation project quality management and requirements Fourth. elevator installation engineering quality standards control the contents of the fourth quarter elevator installation project cost accounting. direct costs. indirect costs profits IV Tax Review Questions Chapter elevator installation construction preparation first staff to prepare and develop install Plan second acceptance data. and tools protective supplies ready and the engine room hoistway exploration one elevator equipment out of the box acceptance and data collection Second. the exploration of the civil status of the machine room and hoistway three. tools and personnel protective equipment requirements in section III erected scaffolding and installation of wells and lighting. erecting scaffolding set installation hoistway lighting. scaffolding safety precautions the fourth quarter the template frame fabrication and installation of actinomycetes. the boilerplate aircraft production. installation template frame hanging plumb line Actinobacillus IV solid plumb line 5. the stable loading of the template frame and plumb line hanging put safety technology review thinking Question fourth the elevator mechanical part of the installation section I of the engine room equipment installation and its security technology. the installation of two load-bearing beams. traction machine installation of three speed limiter installed second hoistway equipment installation and its security installation of the technology. the installation of two of the guide rail. a buffer. a counterweight mounted four hoisting rope. suspension means and compensating means the installation of five. a car with the relevant parts of the installation and its security technology six layer door installation car door and switch agencies installation refresher thinking the title Chapter elevator installation of the electrical part of the first engine room electrical device installed control cabinet installation. computer room wiring. power switch second hoistway electrical installations install a speed switch. install two limit switches. limit switches and linkage installation base station car place switch installation. elevator stop switch of the bottomless pit and hoistway lighting equipment installed third car electrical device and installation of electrical installations landing a car electrical device installed Second. the installation of electrical installations landing the fourth quarter elevator power supply and control line installation. piping. trunking laying two wire selection and install three suspension cable installation. piping and wiring installed five the elevator electrical device insulation and grounding requirements review to ponder questions Chapter Elevator debugging test run. test and acceptance delivered Section I debug test run. the preparatory work before commissioning test run Second. Section II of the trial run and adjustment test. phase system protection test. brake vehicle tests. buffer experiment 4. the the Hall door locks and car door electrical interlock device test. overload test six static load test seven running test eight. acceptance and delivery of the fire switch test the third quarter elevator use a fill quality inspection records Yuan II. before use of delivery inspection and testing of three elevator installation acceptance of Review Questions Review Questions Appendix Appendix I lift construction quality acceptance GB 503102002 Appendix II Special Equipment Quality Supervision and security surveillance provisions of Appendix III Special Equipment Safety Supervision Regulations References Annex Four special equipment operator training and examination rules in Appendix V to special equipment operator supervision and management measures Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back., Machinery Industry Press, 2016-3-1. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2016-3-1 Pages: 1 Publisher: Machinery Industry Press book to select various interested children logo. combined with pinyin. illustrations. various vehicle standard as the carrier. to attract young readers learn Pinyin to achieve seamless young. post-primary school for the children to learn the language and lay a solid foundation. OF engaged in Chinese teaching for many years. language teaching erudite. hobby car. Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back., Machinery Industry Press, 2016-3-1, NEw York: Forbes Custom Publishing, 2000. First edition. First edition [stated]. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. Very good in good dust jacket. DJ has tear at top of spine and otherwise slight wear and soiling.. [8], 280, [2] p. Includes: illustrations, index. Appendix. Many illustrations in color. From Wikipedia: "Caterpillar Inc., is an American corporation which designs, manufactures, markets and sells machinery and engines and sells financial products and insurance to customers via a worldwide dealer network. Caterpillar is the world's leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. With more than US$89 billion in assets, Caterpillar was ranked number one in its industry and number 44 overall in the 2009 Fortune 500. Caterpillar stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Caterpillar Inc. traces its origins to the 1925 merger of the Holt Manufacturing Company and the C. L. Best Tractor Company, creating a new entity, the California based Caterpillar Tractor Company. In 1986, the company re-organized itself as a Delaware corporation under the current name, Caterpillar Inc. Caterpillar's headquarters are located in Peoria, Illinois, United States. Caterpillar machinery is recognizable by its trademark "Caterpillar Yellow" livery and the "CAT" logo. The steam tractors of the 1890s and early 1900s were extremely heavy, sometimes weighing 1, 000 pounds (450 kg) per horsepower, and often sank into the rich, soft earth of the San Joaquin Valley Delta farmland surrounding Stockton, California. Benjamin Holt attempted to fix the problem by increasing the size and width of the wheels up to 7.5 feet (2.3 m) tall and 6 feet (1.8 m) wide, producing a tractor 46 feet (14 m) wide. But this also made the tractors increasingly complex, expensive and difficult to maintain. Another solution considered was to lay a temporary plank road ahead of the steam tractor, but this was time-consuming, expensive, and interfered with earthmoving. Holt thought of wrapping the planks around the wheels. He replaced the wheels on a 40 horsepower (30 kW) Holt steamer, No. 77, with a set of wooden tracks bolted to chains. On Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1904, he successfully tested the updated machine plowing the soggy delta land of Roberts Island. Company photographer Charles Clements was reported to have observed that the tractor crawled like a caterpillar, and Holt seized on the metaphor. "Caterpillar it is. That's the name for it! " Some sources, though, attribute this name to British soldiers in July 1907. Two years later Holt sold his first steam-powered tractor crawlers for US$5, 500, about US$128, 000 today. Each side featured a track frame measured 30 inches (760 mm) high by 42 inches (1, 100 mm) wide and were 9 feet (2.7 m) long. The tracks were 3 inches (76 mm) by 4 inches (100 mm) redwood slats. Holt received the first patent for a practical continuous track for use with a tractor on December 7, 1907 for his improved "Traction Engine" ("improvement in vehicles, and especially of the traction engine class; and included endless traveling platform supports upon which the engine is carried"). On February 2, 1910, Holt opened up a plant in East Peoria, Illinois, led by his nephew Pliny Holt. There Pliny met farm implement dealer Murray Baker who knew of an empty factory that had been recently built to manufacture farm implements and steam traction engines. Baker, who later became the first executive vice president of what became Caterpillar Tractor Company, wrote to Holt headquarters in Stockton and described the plant of the bankrupt Colean Manufacturing Co. of East Peoria, Illinois. On October 25, 1909, Pliny Holt purchased the factory, and immediately began operations with 12 employees. Holt incorporated it as the Holt Caterpillar Company, although he did not trademark the name Caterpillar until August 2, 1910. The addition of a plant in the Midwest, despite the hefty capital needed to retool the plant, proved so profitable that only two years later the company employed 625 people and was exporting tractors to Argentina, Canada, and Mexico. Tractors were built in both Stockton and East Peoria. Holt's track-type tractors played., Forbes Custom Publishing, 2000

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NEw York: Forbes Custom Publishing, 2000. First edition. First edition [stated]. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. Very good in good dust jacket. DJ has tear at top of spine and otherwise slight wear and soiling.. [8], 280, [2] p. Includes: illustrations, index. Appendix. Many illustrations in color. From Wikipedia: "Caterpillar Inc., is an American corporation which designs, manufactures, markets and sells machinery and engines and sells financial products and insurance to customers via a worldwide dealer network. Caterpillar is the world's leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. With more than US$89 billion in assets, Caterpillar was ranked number one in its industry and number 44 overall in the 2009 Fortune 500. Caterpillar stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Caterpillar Inc. traces its origins to the 1925 merger of the Holt Manufacturing Company and the C. L. Best Tractor Company, creating a new entity, the California based Caterpillar Tractor Company. In 1986, the company re-organized itself as a Delaware corporation under the current name, Caterpillar Inc. Caterpillar's headquarters are located in Peoria, Illinois, United States. Caterpillar machinery is recognizable by its trademark "Caterpillar Yellow" livery and the "CAT" logo. The steam tractors of the 1890s and early 1900s were extremely heavy, sometimes weighing 1, 000 pounds (450 kg) per horsepower, and often sank into the rich, soft earth of the San Joaquin Valley Delta farmland surrounding Stockton, California. Benjamin Holt attempted to fix the problem by increasing the size and width of the wheels up to 7.5 feet (2.3 m) tall and 6 feet (1.8 m) wide, producing a tractor 46 feet (14 m) wide. But this also made the tractors increasingly complex, expensive and difficult to maintain. Another solution considered was to lay a temporary plank road ahead of the steam tractor, but this was time-consuming, expensive, and interfered with earthmoving. Holt thought of wrapping the planks around the wheels. He replaced the wheels on a 40 horsepower (30 kW) Holt steamer, No. 77, with a set of wooden tracks bolted to chains. On Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1904, he successfully tested the updated machine plowing the soggy delta land of Roberts Island. Company photographer Charles Clements was reported to have observed that the tractor crawled like a caterpillar, and Holt seized on the metaphor. "Caterpillar it is. That's the name for it! " Some sources, though, attribute this name to British soldiers in July 1907. Two years later Holt sold his first steam-powered tractor crawlers for US$5, 500, about US$128, 000 today. Each side featured a track frame measured 30 inches (760 mm) high by 42 inches (1, 100 mm) wide and were 9 feet (2.7 m) long. The tracks were 3 inches (76 mm) by 4 inches (100 mm) redwood slats. Holt received the first patent for a practical continuous track for use with a tractor on December 7, 1907 for his improved "Traction Engine" ("improvement in vehicles, and especially of the traction engine class; and included endless traveling platform supports upon which the engine is carried"). On February 2, 1910, Holt opened up a plant in East Peoria, Illinois, led by his nephew Pliny Holt. There Pliny met farm implement dealer Murray Baker who knew of an empty factory that had been recently built to manufacture farm implements and steam traction engines. Baker, who later became the first executive vice president of what became Caterpillar Tractor Company, wrote to Holt headquarters in Stockton and described the plant of the bankrupt Colean Manufacturing Co. of East Peoria, Illinois. On October 25, 1909, Pliny Holt purchased the factory, and immediately began operations with 12 employees. Holt incorporated it as the Holt Caterpillar Company, although he did not trademark the name Caterpillar until August 2, 1910. The addition of a plant in the Midwest, despite the hefty capital needed to retool the plant, proved so profitable that only two years later the company employed 625 people and was exporting tractors to Argentina, Canada, and Mexico. Tractors were built in both Stockton and East Peoria. Holt's track-type tractors played., Forbes Custom Publishing, 2000

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Hong Kong: Caterpillar, inc., 2000. very good hardcover, no dust jacket. Priority or international shipping may require additional postage.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 4to Oblong., Caterpillar, inc., 2000

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780828114226
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Publishing year: 2000
Publisher: Forbes Custom Publishing

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