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one) Regeneration gas: a mixture of hydrogen and inert gasoline (hydrogen accounts for 5% -10%)

2) Quantity: 40L fuel cylinder 10Mpa

three) Regenerative fuel force: .05Mpa (the gasoline usage for every 50 % hour in the state of .05Mpa is that the cylinder tension drops by one.5Mpa. If it exceeds 1.5Mpa, the tension of the pressure regulator’s timetable will be minimized, if it is much less than one.5Mpa Maximize the pressure of the force regulator agenda)

four) Course of action: three hrs heating-three hours heating and glove box manufacturers air flow-3 hours vacuuming-1 hour pumping-10 several hours cooling

five) Techniques:

① Connect the regeneration fuel (check the pipeline for leaks right after link: following connecting, open the most important valve of the tension cutting down valve to the most, open up the auxiliary meter to .1Mpa, change off the key valve, hold out 15 minutes, if the tension of the auxiliary meter stays at .one Mpa remains unchanged, indicating no air leakage

>②Set the tension of the auxiliary gauge of the tension lowering valve to .1Mpa (the tension all through ventilation is about .06-.08MPa

>③ Shut the cycle and analyz

r>④Turn on the vacuum pu

r>⑤ Start out regenerat

br>⑥ The new system finishes at 20h (clean in advance of cleansing, drinking water and oxygen index <200p<br>

6) Note: Do not cut off the power and gas during the regeneration process (especially the first 6 hours)! Some pressure reducing valves are not allowed, and the pressure needs to be adjusted appropriately to ensure continuous ventilation for 3 ho

7) Observation: whether the regeneration gas flowmeter shows about 20L / min, otherwise adjust the pressure of the pressure reducing valve.

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