2 edition of Valve technique. found in the catalog.
Radio Society of Great Britain.
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 97.
|Statement||[Co-authors: D. N. Corfield and P. V. Cundy. General editor: John Clarricoats]|
|Series||Its Amateur radio|
|Contributions||Corfield, David Nesbett., Cunday, Patrick V.|
|LC Classifications||TK6565.V3 R1248 1948a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||51030344|
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A valve actuator is a device that produces force to open or close the valve utilizing a power source. This source of power can be manual (hand, gear, chain-wheel, lever, etc.) or can be electric, hydraulic or pneumatic.
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