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  1. a discharge silencer and vibration isolators thanks for watching Fibre Glast
  2. Right now we're situated on shock isolators, and their... it's a suspension system and
  3. so it's vibration isolated. Got vibration isolators on the lines and for a condenser
  4. Next, we can put on our D-rings, they come with some nice isolators.
  5. I'm actually gonna remove the hanger isolators directly from the frame, unbolting them from
  6. the vehicle rather than using a removal tool and popping the isolators out.
  7. Now, for our next pipes, what we're gonna have to do is transfer over our hanger isolators.
  8. used two isolators here, buffers and if I measure the phase shift due to each of the
  9. Types of isolators: there are only three types; so for, pin type, suspension type and strain
  10. property. Some vibration control system or isolators
  11. circuit breakers and isolators. Circuit breakers are used to disconnect the line when case
  12. of falters. Some other reason, isolators are also same kind of switches. That main
  13. difference between circuit breakers and isolators are that circuit breakers can break a
  14. circuit in which current is flowing. Whereas, isolators are used only to isolate circuit,
  15. We have symbols for current transformers, potential transformers, disconnect, isolators,
  16. of removing the exhaust from the isolators.
  17. Before we start assembling our new exhaust system, we have to move our factory isolators
  18. In order to avoid sliding discharges over isolators,
  19. as you can see also on the isolators on our plant.
  20. signal from this; this circuit from this circuit; so these are called optocouplers or isolators.