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  • What Is This Name ?

    Answer : Water Pump What Is A Water Pump? A water pump is used to move, compress, or transfer water from a lower level to a higher one. The main purpose of a water pump is to transfer water between two points and to get rid of excess water. It is often used in construction…

  • What Is This ?

    Answer : Timer Relay What is a relay? Relays are electrically operated switches that allow one electrical circuit to control one or more other circuits by opening and closing its contacts in response to energizing or de-energizing its coil. Relays are widely used to switch starting coils, heating elements, pilot lights and audible alarms. In…

  • Which Type Tape Used For Electrical Work ?

    Answer : A What is Electrical Insulation Tape? Electrical tape is used primarily for safety reasons to protect, insulate, and shield a wide assortment of wires and cables which conduct electricity. It is also known as thermal insulation or insulating tape, with widespread uses in both professional and domestic environments. Insulation tape is available in…

  • What Is This Device ?

    Answer : Motor Starter What is a motor starter? How does a motor starter work? Motor Starters are electrical devices that are used to start and stop a motor safely. They are similar to relays and switch powers ON/OFF – although, unlike a relay, it also provides a low voltage and overcurrent protection. Motor Starters serve…

  • This Type Contactor Used For ?

    Answer : What Is a Contactor? A contactor is an electromechanical switch whose function is to make or break the connection between the power supply and the load. The contactor is electrically controlled and usually powered at a much lower level than the switched circuit. For example, you would have a 24-volt coil electromagnet that controls a…

  • What Is This ?

    Answer : 3 phase RCCB WORKING PRINCIPLE OF RCCB RCCB works on ‘Kirchhoff’s Current Law’ which states that ‘The amount of current entering the circuit must be equal to the amount of current leaving the circuit’ i.e. the sum of the total (incoming + outgoing) current should be 0. RCCB thus compares the difference in…

  • What Is The Reason ?

    Answer : Overloading: When too many devices are connected to the same circuit and are operated at time, the wire draws a much large current (greater then its capacity) from mains is called overloading. This causes heating in the circuit that can lead to sparking. What causes loose electrical connections? There are many factors that…

  • What Is The Name Of This ?

    Answer : pedestal column Pedestal Theory STAAD Foundation Advanced can design pedestals for isolated footings complying with US, British, Indian, and European codes. Pedestal design is performed same as a design of short column. STAAD Foundation Advanced can design pedestal subjected with: Axial Load only Axial Load & Uniaxial bending Axial Load & Biaxial bending STAAD Foundation Advanced follows…

  • What Is This ?

    Answer : Pilot Bearing What is a Pilot Bearing and How Do I Know if Mine is Faulty? When the clutch is disengaged, the transmission’s input shaft and the engine’s crankshaft are rotating at different speeds. The pilot bearing allows for this difference. This is why a faulty pilot bearing makes its most noise when…

  • What Is This ?

    Answer : Clutch Brake What is a clutch brake and what does it actually do? Clutch brakes are used in a wide array of different vehicle types. You’ll find this brake type in cars, trucks and heavy duty trucks. The clutch brake has a circular disc with a friction surface that connects to the input shaft of…