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NISSAN OIL CAPACITY CHART

Magnetic Whiteboard for Classrooms

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Triumph - Triumph motorcyles - Daytona 675 - Motorcentrum Bruurs

Scheduled Maintenance Chart - Daytona 675 The maintenance schedule given below describes the maintenance requirements for the Daytona 675. Warning The importance of good maintenance cannot be overestimated. The tasks described will help to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the Triumph motorcycle. Never attempt to cut costs by neglecting the maintenance requirements of your machine as this will result in the premature failure of the component(s) concerned and may lead to an unsafe riding condition and an accident. Scheduled Maintenance Chart Odometer Reading in Miles (Kms) or time period, whichever comes first. Operation Description Every 500 (800) 1 month 6000 (10000) 1 year 12000 (20000) 2 years 18000 (30000) 3 years 24000 (40000) 4 years 30000 (50000) 5 years Day • • • • • • Engine oil - renew - • • • • • • Engine oil filter - renew - • • • • • • Valve clearances - check - • • Air cleaner - renew - • • Engine ECM - check for stored DTC’s - Spark plugs - check - Spark plugs - renew - Throttle bodies - balance - 2.2Daytona 675 English Engine/oil cooler - check for leaks • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Throttle cable - check/adjust Day • • • • • • Coolant level - check/adjust Day • • • • • • Coolant - renew • - • Cooling system - check for leaks Day

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COMPRESSOR OIL CHART COMPRESSOR ILLUSTRATIONS

COMPRESSOR ILLUSTRATIONS PAG OIL MANUFACTURER PART NUMBER ISO Reference No. RTI PART NUMBER Audi G-052-154-A2 46 011-80015-00 Chrysler Chrysler 82300102 82300349 46 100 011-80015-00 011-80016-00 Ford F2AZ-19577-AC 46 011-80015-00 GM GM 12345923 12346292 V-5 Retrofit 150 Call RTI 011-80017-00 Call RTI Hyundai FD46XG 46 011-80015-00 Mazda F57H-190629-BA 46 011-80015-00 Nissan/Infinity Nissan/Infinity Nissan KLH00-PAGS-1 KLH00-PAGR-1 KLH00-PAQU 46 100 46 011-80015-00 011-80016-00 011-80015-00 Saturn 123345913 100 011-80016-00 Subaru Subaru ZXL100PG ZXL200PG 46 100 011-80015-00 011-80016-00 Toyota Toyota NDOIL8 NDOIL9 46 100 011-80015-00 011-80016-00 VW VW G-052-154-A2 G-052-100-A2 46 100 011-80015-00 011-80016-00 Chrysler A590 SUS Reference No. ISO Reference No. 500 100 Ford FS6 500 100 GM R4 Standard Chrysler RV2 GH R4 Short Shaft GM V5 Diesel-Kiki DKS15CH GM A6 Hitachi MJS170 011-80018-00 Ford R-12 F732 19577 AA Chrysler C171 RTI PART NUMBER R-12 Chrysler 6C17 Variable Ford FS10 GM HR6 MINERAL OIL COMPRESSOR TYPE Chrysler C171 w-clutch 011-80019-00 ESTER OIL COMPRESSOR TYPE ISO Reference No. RTI PART NUMBER Limited OE Retrofits Land Rover Saab OE Number 4074787 Volvo OE Number 1161425 Jaguar 100 011-80021-00 Systems previously retrofitted with Ester Oil 100 011-80021-00 4075 East Market Street York, PA 17402 800-468-2321 Matsushita SA1150AE4 Nippondenso 6P148 Nihon NVR140S Sanden SD510 Nippondenso 10P15C Nippondenso 10PA17C Sanden SD709 York \ Tecumseh A/C SYSTEM OIL REPLACEMENT GUIDE A/C SYSTEM OIL REPLACEMENT GUIDE Follow guidelines below to avoid poor cooling or failure problems resulting from improper oil levels. COMPRESSOR OIL LEVEL INFORMATION (Continued) GM DA6, HR6, HR6HE – Drain and measure oil. Replace with the same amount of new oil plus 1 oz. (4 ozs. maximum). COMPONENT PARTS When replacing the following components, add the amount of oil indicated to the new component. GM V5 – Drain oil through drain plug and measure. Replace with the same amount of new oil (4 ozs. maximum).

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FloorLiner™ - Mi-ms.com
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Accessories Available for Order Now: 800-441-6287 © 2014 by MacNeil IP LLC Cargo/Trunk Liner Acura · Audi · BMW · Buick · Cadillac · Chevrolet · Chrysler · Dodge · Ferrari · Ford · GMC · Honda · Hummer · Hyundai · Infiniti Isuzu · Jeep · Kia · Land Rover · Lexus · Lincoln · Maserati · Mazda · Mercedes-Benz · Mercury · Mini · Mitsubishi · Nissan Oldsmobile · Plymouth · Pontiac · Porsche · Saab · Saturn · Scion · Subaru · Suzuki · Toyota · Volkswagen · Volvo · and more! American Customers WeatherTech.com Canadian Customers WeatherTech.ca European Customers WeatherTechEurope.com To advertise, contact MI Integrated Media, Alycia Isabelle, 860-542-5180, alycia@mi-ms.com Back Nine Vegan · Metal Free · Sport Friendly Recyclable · 14 Colorful Options Trim-to-fit up to a 48” waist Made in USA © 2014 by MacNeil IP LLC Golf MacNeil 1-14 Starbelt Ad.indd 1 11/6/13 11:11 AM This ad material is the property of M.I. Integrated Media and may not be published or reproduced without written consent. IT ALL STARTS WITH YOUR HANDS! Only Prohands exercises each finger for superior strength & control. Quickly improves distance & accuracy. TM Easiest and most effective way to counter weight your grip Feel the positive transition between the backswing and the downswing Easily installs and stays secure No tools required Transferrable when you replace your grips For use on all clubs Available in VARIOUS STRENGTHS at Dicks, Sports Authority, Dunham’s, Sports Chalet and other fine retailers. .NET Visit or call 800-880-3427 for more info. GM_VecciFashion_9th_May14.indd 1 2/28/2014 10:45:05 AM WWW.GKSPIKES.COM

Chapter 7
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Refrigerant 134a is the working fluid in an ideal vapor-compression refrigeration cycle that communicates thermally with a cold region at 0°C and a warm region ... Example 7.2-36---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Refrigerant 134a is the working fluid in an ideal vapor-compression refrigeration cycle that communicates thermally with a cold region at 0°C and a warm region at 26°C. Saturated vapor enters the compressor at 0°C and saturated liquid leaves the condenser at 26°C. The mass flow rate of the refrigerant is 0.08 kg/s. Determine (a) the compressor power, in kW, (b) the refrigeration capacity, in tons, (c) the coefficient of performance, and (d) the coefficient of performance of a Carnot refrigeration cycle operating between warm and cold regions at 26 and 0°C, respectively. Figure 7.2-2 shows several features existed in actual vapor compression systems. The heat transfers between the refrigerant and the warm and cold regions are not accomplished reversibly: the refrigerant temperature in the evaporator is less than the low reservoir temperature, TL, and the refrigerant temperature in the condenser is greater than the high reservoir temperature, TH. The compressor will not have 100% efficiency so that the fluid leaving the compressor will be at state (2), which is at higher entropy than the isentropic compression state (2s). The coefficient of performance decreases as the average temperature of the refrigerant in the evaporator decreases and as the average temperature of the refrigerant in the condenser increases. If the thermal efficiency of the compressor is known, the enthapy h2 at state (2) can be determined from the following expression:...

HFCs R-410A R-427A R-407C R-134a R-404A R-507A HCFCs R ...

Forane® Refrigerants Arkema has continued to develop and support new and existing refrigerant products for use in a number of different cooling applications. This technical digest has been developed as a reference for all of Arkema’s different refrigerant products used in these various applications. The refrigerants listed in this digest are widely used to service the major air conditioning and refrigeration markets. They are non-toxic, non-flammable products meeting all industry specification requirements. This technical digest provides a summary of physical properties of the Forane® refrigerant product line. It also provides brief summaries of the key factors when using any refrigerant. For more detailed information, please contact our Technical Service hotline at (800) 738-7695 or check our website at www.forane-us.com... Refrigerant Flow Chart Progression Toward Sustainable Products CFCs HCFCs HFCs Med High Temp Refrigeration Med Temp Retrofit Retrofit for AC and Low/ Med Temp Refrigeration AC Refrigeration New AC New and Retrofit AC New and Retrofit Refrigeration Low Temp Refrigeration Low Temp Retrofit New and Retrofit Refrigeration 4 Application Reference Guide ASHARE Trade Name Replaces Composition Type R-410A Forane ® 410A Arkema Genetron® AZ-20 Suva® 410A Puron Honeywell Dupont R-427A Forane ® 427A R-407C Recommended (wt%) Manufacturer # Lubricant Applications POE Arkema R-22 HFC Zeotropic blend R-32 - 15% R-125 - 25% R-143a - 10% R-134a - 50% MO or AB with oil separator POE Recommended retrofit for R-22 DX systems. Used in A/C, medium, and low temperature systems. Forane ® 407C

Practical Manual in Biochemistry and Clinical Bioc...

Table of content------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chapter 1: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Introduction: Safety in the Biochemistry Laboratory: Guidelines and Precautions:--------------------------------------------------------------Practical Reports & Assignments--------------------------------------------------------Chapter 2---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Structure of water; Water as a major solvent -----------------------------------------Section one: Solutions: Molarity (Molar concentration)-----------------------------Normality----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Percent-of-solute; Percent based on weight-------------------------------------------Osmolarity--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SECTION TWO: Dilutions; Simple and Serial dilutions:----------------------------Practical Session One: Preparation and Dilution of Solutions -------------------Chapter 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SECTION ONE: The pH scale; Ionic Product of Water (Kw): Significance of the Ion Product of Water: ----------------------------------------------Relationship between the Ionic Product (Kw) of water and the pH scale ------SECTION TWO: Acids, Bases and Buffers -------------------------------------------Strength and Concentration of acidic and basic solutions; ------------------------Bronsted and Lowry concepts of acids & bases (Conjugate Acid Base Pair) Buffers, Range of Buffer and Buffer Capacity: ---------------------------------------Handerson-Hasselbalch equation; How does a buffer work? --------------------The pH range of a buffer solution; Buffer Capacity; The pH METER ----------Practical Session Two: Measurement of pH; using pH Meter -------------------Practical Session Three: Section A: Buffer Solutions ----------------------------Practical Session Three: Section B: Saliva -----------------------------------------Chapter 4 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Colorimetry and Spectrophotometry ----------------------------------------------------Transmittance; Absorbance; Lambert’s Law; Beer’s Law; Beer-Lambert’s equation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Molar Extension Coefficient; Limitations of Beer-Lambert’s Equation ----------Colorimeter and Spectrophotometer ----------------------------------------------------Practical Session Four: Colorimetry and Spectrophotometry ---------------------Chapter 5 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Estimation and Separation of Proteins in Blood --------------------------------------Section One: Estimation of Serum / Plasma Proteins ------------------------------Section Two: Separation of Serum Proteins ------------------------------------------Practical Session Five: Estimation of Proteins in Blood ----------------------------Practical Session Six – A: Separation of Proteins using cellulose strips -------Practical Session Six – B: Separation of serum proteins in 1.0% Agarose Gel Chapter Six ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chromatography: -----------------------------------------------------------------------------Absorption, Affinity, Gas-liquid, Gel-filtration or molecular sieving, Partition chromatography ------------------------------------------------------------------------------Practical Section Seven: Paper Chromatography of Amino Acids in Urine ---Practical Session Eight: Semi-quantitative assessment of Aspirin by Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) ------------------------------------------------------------Chapter Seven -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Estimation of Amylase Activity in Saliva and Serum --------------------------------Practical Session Nine: Estimation of Salivary Amylase Activity ----------------Chapter Eight ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Blood Glucose --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Practical Session Ten: Determination of Glucose in Serum ----------------------Chapter Nine ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Estimation of Serum Total Cholesterol -------------------------------------------------Practical Session Eleven: Estimation of Cholesterol in Serum -------------------Chapter Ten ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -

managerial accounting and the business environment

Written by Professor Gregory M. Burbage, MBA, CPA, CMA, CFM © CHAPTER LEARNING OBJECTIVES: MAJOR: - Complete knowledge of JIT, TQM, Process Reengineering & Theory of Constraints. - Terminology (ALL CHAPTERS!) MINOR: - Identify and explain what managers do. - Explain basic differences between managerial and financial accounting. - Understand an organization chart. - Be familiar with a code of ethics. MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING OVERVIEW MANAGERIAL VS. FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FINANCIAL - information for outsiders (stockholders/creditors) and GAAP requirements must be followed. MANAGERIAL - information for insiders (management), therefore not bound by GAAP. MANAGERS - (1) plan, (2) direct & motivate and, (3) control. I.e., Plan, Do and Review. PLANNING - short and long-term goals are set and budgets are prepared. DIRECTING & MOTIVATING - assemble resources (human and other) and place them into service; then oversee activities, making decisions as necessary. I.e., the day-to-day activities of running the business. CONTROLLING - analyze feedback (reports and other information) to assess need for minor or major adjustments. Comparing the actual results with budgets. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MANAGERIAL AND FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING:...

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