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Verification Of Knock meters the legacy method

This information is the research in 1978 that was done to establish the method to test a knock meter. Up till this point it was a no test practice for this equipment. When StanCo Scientific developed the SSD7120 it was based on this original report. Follow it if you wish to build your own. Tracking-Weston-Model-271-Accuracy-12-5-1978Download ...

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The “New” Electronic Detonation meter from Phillips November 9,1946.

This is the prototype to the later 501 and 501A. This meter would replace the bouncing pin system which at ...

Words Of Wisdom from Uncle Mark

Quoted from an Email from Mark Mallet Oct 4,2021 "Below are a couple of pictures of some MAL-ADJUSTED Valve Adjusting ...