Views: 6 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2017-03-31 Origin: Site
The compensator's function is to improve performance and achieve stability, and in the aspect of technologies, electronics and optics, compensators have its own principle.
Our metal compensators:
A device introduced into a feedback control system to improve performance and achieve stability. Also be known as filter. In modern society, our compensators are widely used.
Our compensators are designed to last as long as the system. Sealing problems and large space requirements of other expansion devices are eliminated with bellows compensators and the compensator are maintenance-free. While optimizing the productive life of a piping system. Metal Bellows compensator offer a cost effective alternative to other expansion devices
(1) An rmo magnetic ferroalloy containing 38 percent nickel and 14 percent chromium. It is used in various electrical measuring instruments for shunts on permanent magnets to reduce temperature error. It makes compensators more accurate.
(2) A distinction is made between fixed and movable compensators. The fixed compensators include gaskets, filler rings, and similar parts whose dimensions and shape eliminate deviations from nominal dimensions. Fillers that fix the position established for the parts after hardening may also be fixed compensators. Such compensators are used in the production of models and technological attachments.
A device or filler for compensating or balancing the effect of various factors—such as temperature, pressure, and position—on the condition and operation of structures, systems, machines, and instruments. It ensures that compensators are in working order by eliminating the effect of the factors listed above; the compensator is also used to measure or adjust physical quantities (for example, an optical compensator). The design of compensators that are used in the assembly and maintenance of machines is determined by the limiting values and the necessary compensation accuracy. The compensator used in many fields.
In machines that operate under various thermal conditions (for example, internal-combustion engines) compensators eliminate the effect of thermal strains; in closed fluid systems (in hydraulically driven machines), constant pressure is maintained by the fluid compensators during temperature changes in the fluid. In electrical engineering a compensator set improve the power factor (cos ø) and regulate the voltage in power systems. Compensators are needed for the normal operation of off-axial shafts, to provide the prescribed clearances in supports and gearing, to transmit motion between moving shafts, and to eliminate play in joints. Their use makes possible the general adoption of interchangeable parts and improves the service life and repair ability of machines with less accurately made parts. The introduction of compensators into machines makes the mass-production process easier, reduces individual adjustment of parts during assembly, and reduces production and operating expenses. So the compensator for production effect is significant.
Compensators with periodic action (adjusting screws, centric bushings, and so on) eliminate dimensional variations during movement or rotation. Movable compensators may have periodic or continuous action. Continuous compensators operate automatically; examples are double universal joints that compensate for shaft misalignment (the Hooke’s joint) and bellows that compensate for elongation in pipes.
A component is that offsets an error or other undesired effect.
A device usually consisting of two quartz wedges,for determining the phase difference between the two components of elliptically polarized light.
In fire sprinkler systems, a device intended to minimize false alarms caused by small increases in service pressure of the water supply.
All units meet the standards of the Expansion Joint Manufactures Association (EJMA), GB/T12777-2008. If you are interested in components, consult factory for specific type and class.