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GA VSD+ 7-75 kW

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Publié: 22 juin 2022 (il y a 1 semaine)

GA VSD+ 7-75 kW


(2011) Atlas Copco Ga 75 Vsd Ff Spare Parts List

Apply Online at Atlas Copco in The Netherlands. This is the part listing for Atlas Copco VSD+ Screw Compressor.

According to this link, there are different choices to make.


The normal radial design that is used in a screw compressor is a simple piston, piston ring, sleeve and helical wrap.
Atlas Copco has added oil injection to the compression part of the cycle, and is using a helical wrap on a shaft instead of a helical wrap on a sleeve.
That is the key difference with the GA-75, along with needing to have the proper high pressure oils.


Grid view command

I want to know the way to define a grid view and a command to a row in a grid view?


Sure, your GridView must have ItemsSource set, then you can bind an Command to a click event on a row with a CommandBinding of type GridViewCommand like this:

On top of that, you will need to implement a GridViewSelectedItemCommand, something like this:
public ICommand GridViewSelectedItemCommand
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Gas (GA) Air Compressors : Parts List GA 76 or GA 80 Service.
Vacuum power systems produced by Atlas Copco. Atlas Copco : Parts catalogue for GA VSD, GA 90 VSD, GA 160 VSD,.

Wednesday, .
Owners manual GA 75 VSD compressor from sale to sell.. 1/4 from 30-Aug-2004 with tyre, new.. Battery charger GA 71, GA 72, GA 73, GA 74, GA 75, GA 80, GA 81, GA 90, GA 91, GA 92, GA 95.
145. For compressors: Factory parts list GA 74, GA 75, GA 76, GA 80, GA 85, GA 90, GA 95.

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