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Content posted in April 1999
Ground-fault interrupt
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GFI monitors current for inbalance, shuts down voltage quickly if one occurs
Small shock absorber handles big weight
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Integrated inner tube, piston improves energy absorption
Small shock absorber handles big weight
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Integrated inner tube, piston improves energy absorption
Equipment design made easier
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Primary advantages include fewer components, reduced assembly labor, and highly accurate, unattended operations
Machine speeds pneumatic tube assembly
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Inserts plastic fittings in air hoses ten times faster than manual techniques
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