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China Hongyang Group, is an integrated enterprise with the research & development, production and marketing of Fuel Dispenser and related accessories as well as service station concerning equipments. It concentrates on the relative manufacture & services of filling station such as Hongyang tax control Fuel dispenser, IC Card fuel dispenser, manage system of network for stations, submerge pump and liquid level devise. China Hongyang Group, designed supplier of SinoPec and PetrolChina, our HONGYANG products have been sold to over 50 countries in South-east Asia, Mid-east, Africa, Europe and well received in their markets.

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    authorized command and startup pump without operator interference. Non-auto authorized filling: the send of authorized command to switch on pump needs operator’s help after holding up nozzle. Additional requirements Aside from the function ‘card-control? it should abide by the requirement of ‘card-linkage? that is, no operation without card fuel dispenser . ‘Card?means filing card (CPU card). IC card fuel dispenser would be resting state in which any filing operation related conducted if no valid card is inserted. As insert valid filing card and pass two-way attestation, IC card fuel dispenser can be operated including setting and filing. The balance of IC card is checked in filling process. If don’t meet requirement fuel dispenser would be stopped. Once IC card is pulled out in filling process, IC card fuel dispenser would come to halt immediately, transaction record would be stored in IC card system. The card, only finish previous payment of deduction can become a valid card to next filling. Realization modes Two-way attestatio fuel dispenser n between filling card and IC card terminal Filing card is CPU card, containing password that match fuel dispenser. Password system includes these operating passwords used for payment deduction, setting grey card and password attestation. IC control unit of fuel dispenser contains password carrier processed encryption function. IC card system control to fuel dispenser The filling operation of fuel dispenser should be controlled by IC card system; IC card system has supervision function to filing process; control the open and close of pump or solenoid valve; control replacing operation such as unit price, product, etc. 5.3 Basic function of card- controlled fuel dispenser The following items are the basic functions: Card-linkage (card-controlled filling) Starting operation needs to insert IC card; If take out IC card, filing operation will be stopped Multiple filling types Having three kinds of filling types: presetting volume or money to fill oil, filling fuel dispenser

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    among a whole of six   international key comparisons which were   chosen by the Consultative Committee for Length   (CCL) according to priorities two relate to the   fuel dispenser traceability of the above-mentioned coordinate   measurements the capability of adequately   calibrating one- and two-dimensional refer-   ence standards. For the comparison of the   calibration capabilities of the former stand-   ards the PTB acted as the coordinator. After   three years the comparison was successfully   fuel dispenser completed in 2003.   The standards to be calibrated were a step   gauge 1020 mm in length and three ball bars  Figure 8: Sketch of ball bar and step gauge   between 400 mm and 800 mm in length. In the   comparison measurement 11 state institutes   took part and eight of them finally furnished   their results.   With typically more than 1 碌m the measure-   ment uncertainty aimed at in and required   from this measurement task is not very ambi-   fuel dispenser

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    y a work permit and their residential registration (though money is deducted from their salaries to pay for the paperwork). From tsarist times, living in Moscow has been a privilege rather than a right, even for Russians. After three days in the city, all foreign newcomers must register their addresses with the authorities. In theory, explains fuel dispenser Svetlana Gannushkina of Migration Rights, which provides legal support to immigrants, registering should be easy; in practice, it requires the goodwill of landlords, the co-operation of the police and, frequently, bribes. Getting a work permit, which the employers themselves must do, is also costly and complicated. Last year, according to the federal migration service, 750,000 work permits were issued for foreigners to work in Russia. But 10m-14m people, the service reckons, are in the country illegally. The vast majority come from Russia s ex-Soviet neighbours, where living standards fell further and faster when the Soviet economy disintegrated than in Russia itself. In the Wes fuel dispenser t, Russia is seen as a middle-income country with important raw materials and a few extravagant oligarchs; in Central Asia and the Caucasus, it is considered the land of opportunity. Tajikistan, torn by war and narco-trafficking and the very poorest of the ex-Soviet republics, is thought to derive around 20% of its GDP from remittances. Every third household in Moldova is said to have a family member working in Russia. Around 3m of these illegals are believed to be scratching a living in the capital. Like many economic migrants around the world, those who make for Moscow tend to be aspirational and moderately well-educated, but see their social status dip when they arrive as they take up jobs that native Muscovites balk at. When Boris first came to Moscow from Tajikistan, for example, he wanted to go to medical school. But he says he couldn t afford the bribe that was needed to stay in education. So he ended up working illegally on a construction site run by a Turkish com fuel dispenser