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American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA)

Achieve excellence in the design, building and maintenance of gears

These multi-faceted standards from the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) cover various gear design types. AGMA standards are International Organization for Standardization (ISO) compliant and help you:

  • Assure product excellence
  • Apply performance measurements
  • Utilize accepted manufacturing methods

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Mar 28

Sizing Inlets And Outlets For Manifolds Correctly

I usually use the cross sectional area for the larger inlet and divide the smaller outlets to determine how many lines the larger hose can supply. Is this the correct way? Also, if i was to use a smaller inlet for more hoses how would i determine the pressure or flow rate loss?

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347V in Canada Used For 3 Phase Or One Phase?

We are a manufacturer of electronic ballast in China, recently got some inquiries of 347V ballast for Canadian greenhouse. Does anyone know this 347V ballast is going to run with 3 phase, 2 phase or 1 phase electricity? Thanks.

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