Transair aluminum pipe is an ideal choice for compressed air distribution system. It is available in a wide range of sizes. It improves airflow and saves energy. It is designed for both primary and secondary distribution of compressed air, vacuum & inert gases, and fluids. The advantages of this pipe include reduced energy consumption, improved operational efficiencies, and easy to install and maintain.
Transceiver is a device that has transmitter and receiver in a single package. It is a device that both transmits and receives analog or digital signals. The term is used most frequently to describe the component in local-area networks (LANs) that actually applies signals onto the network wire and detects signals passing through the wire. In ethernet networks, a transceiver is also called a Medium Access Unit (MAU). In radio communications, a transceiver is a two-way radio that combines both a radio transmitter and a receiver that exchanges information in half-duplex mode. Some transceivers are designed to allow reception of signals during transmission periods. This mode is known as full duplex, and requires that the transmitter and receiver operate on substantially different frequencies so the transmitted signal does not interfere with reception.
Transfer barrier accumulators are designed for use with two different types of fluid to transfer pressure and a small amount of volume from one medium to another. Shells are electroless nickel-plated inside and out with all stainless steel fluid ends. These are available in different sizes ranging from 1 qt. to 15 gal, up to 9000 psi.