Priority flow dividers are used in systems in which one branch of the system contains essential functions that must be performed, while the other branch contains less vital functions. It is disclosed for dividing hydraulic fluid flow between a steering circuit and an auxiliary circuit thereby providing better efficiency and greater productivity for the auxiliary circuit. The priority flow divider includes a cylindrical housing having a slidable spool valve therein, and the housing further includes an inlet port connected to the steering pump in the steering circuit, a discharge port connected to the steering valve, in the steering circuit, and a discharge port connected to the auxiliary hydraulic circuit.
Prism Gauges is an indicator gauge that has a flat light conducting prism with an upper beveled surface positioned between the translucent dial and movement of the indicator. The prism receives light from a source located in the rear portion of the gauge and laterally of said movement, such that light is reflected downwardly by the beveled edge through the prism to illuminate the dial and pointer. A second annular prism may also be provided with a beveled surface so as to reflect light from the source across the face of the dial.
Prism mirrors are made from right-angle prisms by applying an enhanced AL coating on the hypotenuse of the prism. This allows the prism to be used as either an external or internal reflector with a wide range of reflection angle. We also offer precision grade right-angle mirror with tighter manufacturing tolerances.
In prismatic machining, the part surfaces are presented to tools in sequence until all operations are completed. By combining CNC equipment with rotary fixtures, the number of set-ups are reduced thus improving the accuracy.