Cyclopedia of locomotive engineering, with examination questions and answers; a practical manual on the construction care and management of modern locomotives . pens, or entirely closes, the waterpassage. In either case, the knob with the hole in should be inan upright position.. - Intermediate positions of theknob K indicate corresponding openings in the waterpassage. The Little Giant Locomotive Injectors, Fig. 169, madeby the Rue Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, havebeen on the market for many years. This injector issimple in construction, and is not liable to get out oforder. These injector

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Cyclopedia of locomotive engineering, with examination questions and answers; a practical manual on the construction care and management of modern locomotives . pens, or entirely closes, the waterpassage. In either case, the knob with the hole in should be inan upright position.. - Intermediate positions of theknob K indicate corresponding openings in the waterpassage. The Little Giant Locomotive Injectors, Fig. 169, madeby the Rue Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, havebeen on the market for many years. This injector issimple in construction, and is not liable to get out oforder. These injector
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Cyclopedia of locomotive engineering, with examination questions and answers; a practical manual on the construction care and management of modern locomotives . pens, or entirely closes, the waterpassage. In either case, the knob with the hole in should be inan upright position.. - Intermediate positions of theknob K indicate corresponding openings in the waterpassage. The Little Giant Locomotive Injectors, Fig. 169, madeby the Rue Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, havebeen on the market for many years. This injector issimple in construction, and is not liable to get out oforder. These injectors are fitted with a movable combiningtube, operated by a lever which allows them to beadjusted to work correctly at different pressures ofsteam, and under the many conditions which injectorsare required to work. Table 20—Size and Capacity «(-l p? Copper Pipe Iron Pipe CD 9, Outside Inside Gallons of So V Water %5 Steam Water &Delivery Steam Water &Delivery per hour 4 7 8 7 8 34 3 4 600 5 1* n 1 1 950 6 If if H n 1275 7 X8 1 2 1 8 H i-i 1800 8 I3-x4 1 & H li 2250 9 x4 1^.x4 14 14 2800 10 I3-x4 ^4 l* 2 3500 3P LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERING amofl ox. INJECTORS, STEAM GAUGES, ETC. 371 To Operate. Have the combining tube in position toallow a sufficient quantity of water to condense thesteam when the starting valve is full open, then openthe starting valve slightly; when water shows at over-flow, open full. Regulate the water by moving thecombining tube. To use as a heater, close overflowby moving the combining tube up against the dis-charge, then open starting valve enough to admit thequantity^of steam required. The Simplex Locomotive Injector, Fig. 170, has beendesigned tomeet the se-vere require-ments of mod-ern locomo-tive practice,especiallywhere it is de-sired that theinstrument b eself - adjustingand re-s tart-ing. Attention is called to the largely increased deliver-ing capacities at the high steam pressure of locomo-tive engines of to-day. This injector is of the re-starting ty

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