To form a narrow strip at the metal sheet edging
It is a tapered expanding or reducing opening in the end of a ventilation duct, so named because the taper can resemble that of a bell shape.
A machine for supplying air at a moderate pressure.
A ducted centrifugal fan, especially when used in a heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning system.
A closed vessel or arrangement of enclosed tubes in which water is heated to supply steam to drive an engine or turbine or provide heat.
A deep, round container with a flat bottom, an open top, and a handle. It is also called "pail".
Bullet headlight shapes /
A light or lamp usually equipped with a reflector, on the front of an automobile, locomotive, etc.
Cabin ventilation fan
The mechanical system or equipment used to circulate air in the aircrat cabin
The casting of wheels is the process of getting molten aluminum inside a mold to form a wheel..
Cement mixer drum:
A revolving container, often mounted on a truck, in which cement, sand, gravel and water are combined into concrete.
A cast iron or aluminum housing that surrounds the flywheel and clutch mechanism. Also called "bell housing".
A large (usually metallic) vessel for holding chemical products such as gases or liquids.
Made of materials resistant to corrosion, the main function of natural gas cylinder is the compressed natural gas storage. They have an important size and weight and own great sealing properties.
Crematory urn/ cremation urn:
Container that is meant to hold the ashes or cremated remains of a deceased being.
All sort of light fitting
Dish and tank end / tank heads/ Flanged & Dished Tank Heads/ Vessel Head:
In fluids storage at high pressure, the vessel end or head are the domed lid or cover that are placed on the top of it to reduce mechanical stresses.
An external aircraft reservoir, which usually contains fuel, that can be detached and dropped in flight
Any device for producing a current of air by the movement of a broad surface or a number of such surfaces.
FFF (forward flowforming)
A cold metal forming process where the row material (or preform) movement flows in the same direction than rollers advance do by means of a unique and single stroke. FFF is recommended for the manufacture of seamless and accurate cylindrically symmetrical hollow parts with one bottom that are uselly found at the aerospace, defense, and oil & gas industries, among others.
A portable container usually filled with special chemicals that can be discharged in a rapid stream for putting out a fire.
To form of a flange or a projecting disc-shaped collar or rim on the metal preform
A cold metal-forming operation, in which thick blanks of aluminium, copper, brass, mild steel or titanium are made to flow plastically by rolling them under pressure to form components, often conical, having a wall thickness much less than the original blank thickness. Also flospinning.
The operation of shaping malleable materials by means of hammers or presses.
High Pressure Cylinders
A High Pressure Seamless Cylinder is a container designed to hold gases or liquids at a pressure substantially different from the ambient pressure.
All things used in the home, such as household equipment, kitchen utensils or devices, glasses, etc.
HP jumbo cylinder is one special cylinder-bundle being used for storing and transporting HP gases.
Cooking equipment or utensils.
A bathroom or lavatory sink that is permanently installed and connected to a water supply and drainpipe; where you wash your hands and face.
Lighting pole/ streetlight:
A source of light on the edge of a road or walkway, along the public street or highway .
A metal gasket is a mechanical seal which fills the space between two or more surfaces.
A large can for transporting milk.
Any object that produces musical sounds.
Nacell inlet lip skin / nose cowl
The nacelle is a housing, separate from the fuselage, that holds the engine, whose inlet incorporates a lip skin.
An aircraft engine nacelle comprises: (a) an inlet lip and a skin having internal and external surfaces; (b) a noise abatement structure such as an acoustic panel located on the internal surface of the nacelle skin; and (c) an electrically powered de-icing system located on the external surface of the nacelle skin and in electrical connection to a power source.
Outdoor lighting parts
Any of the components for any of the artificial light sources which are usually located outside to illuminate the ambience. A street light, light pole, lamppost, and street lamps are typical outdoor lighting fixture.
Pendant light/ barn light
A pendant light (drop or suspender) is a any light fixture hangs from the celaing by means of a cord, chain, or metal rod.
A barn light is a downward-facing light fixture with a wide, simple shade. Sometimes, rustic-looking light fixtures are called “barn lights” as well.
A branch of heavy industry encompassing the production of synthetic materials and items, mainly from products derived from the refining of petroleum and natural fuel gases.
"Serpentine" or "drive" belt, which connects and runs several components in an engine at the same time.
Pots and pans
Any container made of baked clay, metal, etc., used a a kitchenware for cooking, serving, and other purposes.
A container designed for holding substances, reactions, etc. at pressures above the atmospherical.
1. A wheel, with a grooved rim for carrying a line, that turns in a frame or block and serves to change the direction of or to transmit force, as when one end of the line is pulled to raise a weight at the other end: one of the simple machines.
2. A combination of such wheels in a block, or of such wheels or blocks in a tackle, to increase the force applied.
3. A wheel driven by or driving a belt or the like, used to deliver force to a machine, another belt, etc., at a certain speed and torque.
A polished surface for reflecting light or other radiation.
RFF (reverse flowforming)
A cold metal forming process where the row material flow movement is opposite to the rollers advance one in a unique and single stroke. This process is convenient for seamless cylindrical parts without bottom that require high strentgh mechanical properties at the industry such as aerospace, defense, and oil & gas industries, among others.
A hot forging and rotary process
Retainer or ring that keeps one thing apart from another.
Shaping/ forming/ drawing
Changing the shape of a metal component. Cf drawing.
Shear forming/ shear spinning
Shear forming, also referred as shear spinning, is similar to metal spinning. In shear spinning the area of the final piece is approximately equal to that of the flat sheet metal blank. The wall thickness is maintained by controlling the gap between the roller and the mandrel. In shear forming, which is done in one strocke, a reduction of the wall thickness occurs by achiving upto 75%.
A device that is connected to the wheel of a vehicle in order to reduce the effects of traveling on a rough surface
Spinning is forming a metal disk into a hollow shape by rotating it in a lathe over a former or chuck, by pressing a spinning tool against it.
Strain of a initial workpiece of metallic material by means of rotatory speed and pressure of rollers against the initial workpiece and the chuck.
Storage vessel/storage tank
A large (usually metallic) vessel for holding gases or liquids. The term can be used for reservoirs (artificial lakes and ponds), and for manufactured containers.
Storage tanks containing organic liquids, non organic liquids, vapors and can be found in many industries. Most storage tanks are designed and built to the American Petroleum Institute API-650 specification.
These tanks can have different sizes, ranging from 2 to 60 m diameter or more. They are generally installed inside containment basins in order to contain spills in case of rupture of the tank.
Industries where storage tanks can be found are: petroleum producing and refining, petrochemical and chemical manufacturing,bulk storage and transfer operations, other industries consuming or producing liquids and vapors.
To cut down to the desired size or shape
Any of a family of brass wind instruments with a powerful, penetrating tone, consisting of a tube commonly curved once or twice around on itself and having a cup-shaped mouthpiece at one end and a flaring bell at the other.
A tube with a constriction used to reduce or control fluid flow.
A hollow or concave utensil, as a cup, bowl, pitcher, or vase, used for holding liquids or other contents.
A crank or handle of a revolving machine. Also, a windlass turned by a crank, for hoisting or hauling.