Factory Management Course; A Series of Interlocking Text Books Written for the Industrial Extension Institute Volume 1

Factory Management Course; A Series of Interlocking Text Books Written for the Industrial Extension Institute Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...of 500dozen hats per day there would be required the following machines, in addition to the equipment now in use in the present plant: Plant Equipments.--The equipments as here considered comprise heating, lighting, plumbing, fire protection, elevators, conveyors, steam and water systems for manufacturing, motors and mechanical transmission, drying rooms, exhaust and humidifier system, shop furniture and fixtures, and so on. Briefly these important equipments may be discussed as follows: 1. Heating: The entire heating system, whether direct radiation or warm-air blast, will be operated with exhaust steam, vacuumreturn system. Direct Radiation--that is, pipe coils--will be used throughout the Finishing Plant, 'except in the Stiff-Hat Finishing Department, and wall radiators in the Office Building. The warm-air blast system will be used throughout the Body-making Plant; humidification is proposed for the Furblowing and Forming Departments, and de-humidification for the Stiff-Hat Finishing Department. 2. Lighting: A system of general illumination only is planned for the 2 Fur Mixers 1 Tearing Machine 3 Starting Machines 34 Sizing Machines 3 Hydros 2 Pouncing Machines 3 Sets Brim-Presses 2 Seta Brim-Pouncers 5 Fur Blowers 3 Forming Mills 7 Multi-Rollers 1 Set of three Stretchers 9 Dye and Washing Machines 3 Sets Crown-Ironers 8 Sets Crown-Pouncers Steam Tables, etc. plant, except where local lights are needed in the offices, Machine Shop and Block Shop. Necessary plug outlets are provided for irons and other tools. For lighting, a three-wire 110-volt alternating current, taken from auto-transformers across the phases of the generator supply (the loads on the phases being balanced), is led to various distribution panels throughout the plant....show more

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  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 213g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236826353
  • 9781236826350