REFRIGERATION KING VALVE. REFRIGERATION KING

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Refrigeration King Valve


refrigeration king valve
    refrigeration
  • (refrigerant) any substance used to provide cooling (as in a refrigerator)
  • the process of cooling or freezing (e.g., food) for preservative purposes
  • deliberately lowering the body's temperature for therapeutic purposes; "refrigeration by immersing the patient's body in a cold bath"
    king valve
  • Liquid receiver service valve.
refrigeration king valve - Dixon Valve
Dixon Valve AM1WF, Iron, Air King Hose End, with Ferrule, 1/2" Pipe Size
Dixon Valve AM1WF, Iron, Air King Hose End, with Ferrule, 1/2" Pipe Size
Dixon "Air King" fittings have a universal head which is identical for all parts (hose ends, male NPT and female NPT) within the 1/4" to 1" range. This enables any two fittings within that range) to be directly connected regardless of hose shank or threaded size. Dixon "Air King" couplings with interlocking ferrule also have the standard "Air King" universal head. This enables any of the "Air King" with ferrule couplings to connect directly to any other "Air King" coupling within the 1/4" - 1" range. The ferrule comes attached to the fitting for easy installation. The ferrules can be swaged or crimped depending on your coupling installation equipment.

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1939 Holley Speed King Tether Car
1939 Holley Speed King Tether Car
1939 Holley Speed King Tether Car: In 1939, Dan Holley Industries brought out one of the first gas powered tether racers. Today, Holley is best known for their high performance carburetors, but they were pioneers in the hobby of tether car racing. This car measures nearly 19 inches in length. This particular example is a very early, rarely seen, First Series with the balsa wood body and the narrow slat cast aluminum grille. Power is by a very early "tin can" spark ignition Dennymite, serial #7989. The needle valve, though in place, is snapped at the base. The Dennymite turns through smoothly to the polished aluminum ring and pinion rear axle setup. The engine has good compression. Features include semi-elliptic springing front and rear with working steering for the front wheels. At some point, many years ago, someone executed an astounding restoration. There is slight age cracking to the yellow paint. The cast aluminum frame, and the original wheels (and tires) were finished in a brilliant "banana" yellow as was the body work. The Speed King now carries the "Bad Banana" moniker. Also included is a beatifully fabricated aluminum hood, polished exhaust pipe, and a hand fabricated bandbrake done in brass. There is a tricky dirt deflector, a wrapped steering wheel, turned aluminum dash, a hand hammered aluminum bellypan, and a slick red seat! The radius rods are adjustable and done in brass. An ignition coil is fitted, and the graphics are hand enamelled. This simply has to be the best First Series Speed King ever!
100322-F-1740G-001
100322-F-1740G-001
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Gerald Marvel, an aerospace ground equipment technician assigned to the 452nd Maintenance Squadron, tightens a bolt on the king valve of the refrigeration system inside an MA3D trailer mounted air conditioner during inspection at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., March 22, 2010. (U.S. Air Force photo by Val Gempis)

refrigeration king valve
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