without even deigning to cast a glance of disdain upon the two interrupters
The chevalier returned the salutation stiffly, and drew Mademoiselle Cormon toward some flower-pots at a little distance, in order to show the interrupter
that he did not choose to be spied upon.
Let me think - let me think,' he said, aloud, impatiently, even pleadingly, as if to some merciless interrupter
Having thus, amid a general titter, played very prettily with his interrupter, the lecturer went back to his picture of the past, the drying of the seas, the emergence of the sand-bank, the sluggish, viscous life which lay upon their margins, the overcrowded lagoons, the tendency of the sea creatures to take refuge upon the mud-flats, the abundance of food awaiting them, their consequent enormous growth.
The interrupter bowed, smiled, stroked his beard, and relapsed into his chair.
But it seemed to ridicule his interrupter
, and in that light was encouraging; so he replied with amenity--
IF,' said John Willet, turning his eyes from the ceiling to the face of his interrupter
, and uttering the monosyllable in capitals, to apprise him that he had put in his oar, as the vulgar say, with unbecoming and irreverent haste; 'IF, sir, Natur has fixed upon me the gift of argeyment, why should I not own to it, and rather glory in the same?
Oil & Gas are second most growing application for vacuum interrupters
as there is growth in exploration and production activities around the globe.
Tenders are invited for 11kv pole assemblies with vacuum interrupters
for suitable for various make vcbs
are mostly used in power plants, transmission, and distribution substations of power utility companies.
In this new range of switchgear, the interrupters
are partnered by a novel and patented electromagnetic operating mechanism that provides an optimised force/stroke characteristic without the need for complicated and potentially unreliable mechanical linkages.
The Eaton vacuum interrupters
are encapsulated in epoxy resin, protecting them from mechanical impact and environmental conditions.