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British type pump used for rice valve
On 2017-05-26 17:39:41
It was three years ago that I bought this. (US ⇒ English) Because the amount of leakage in the rice type is large when entering the air, I thought that those who entered by the English type pump would drop out, but I gave up because the air entered only a little. Recently, I saw a type with a stick to hold the valve pin of the rice valve inside so I will report it. This WINTEC is a type without a stick. 【Those without sticks】 A rice type valve is equipped with a spring, and in order to introduce air into this, the pump needs to apply high pressure enough to overcome the "air pressure inside the tube + the force of the spring" Air will not enter. (Only air pressure much lower than the pressure applied by the pump is entered.) 【With stick in it】 When installing the adapter, slightly holding the valve, the pump overcomes "air pressure within tube + slight" It will be fine. In both types, if a dragonfly is used for a British type pump, air will leak from the contact surface between the dragonfly and the bulb base when applying pressure, which means that the air pressure can not be raised so much. People saying that it can be used in rice conversion to English conversion means that we are using it under low air pressure. In the case of rice-to-rice conversion, neither type does not work very well. The only one is a British type pump with a nozzle tip screwed in type and if you use a type with a bar, it can be put in the same way as a rice type pump. In this WINTEC 's thing, since the screw part of the tip is too long, it will not get caught in the dragonfly and the gap opens and the air leaks. For those who wrote that dragonflies (clothespins) can not grasp from French ⇒ English translation in an existing review, the tip screws are too long. You can use this if you scrape 1 millimeter a little. (If the dragonfly is a type of resin it may be thick and may not enter.) Buddha ⇒ In English conversion, there is no spring in the Buddha expression, so it goes well well. However, high pressures are impossible with large pumps and dragonfly.
On 2016-07-01 18:41:59
Purchased as spare parts.
I bought it for introducing air into a rice valve with a normal air inlet.
On 2014-08-16 19:40:03
Certainly the entrance will be a British valve, but if you try to enter the air with the air you can not enter the air. If the rice valve is not pushed in the middle protrusion, no air enters, but there is no mechanism to push it. It is unknown what to do for what to do.
Bicycle tube inflator
On 2013-09-27 11:48:16
I bought it to put air into the tube of the English valve with a Buddhist style air purifier. I chose it because there was description of "English → Buddha" at the type of the table of goods, but the actual thing was Buddha → English in the tube side. "Britain → France" is the mouth of the pump, is not it? There is no mistake in the item explanation text because "US style · Buddha expression uses English style pump". Please correct the misleading notation so as not to make a wrong choice.
Put air into the bicycle tire tube
On 2013-08-04 22:55:35
This Buddha - to - English conversion adapter is not usable for bicycles. Although the mouthpiece is certainly converted, it is practically useless because there is no part that hangs "Brush scissors" for the English style air purifier. FLINGER 's Buddha - style English valve adapter - https: //www.monotaro.com/g/00283060/ I think that it can be used because it has been heard, but the recommendation is US - style English adapter and further FLINGER Buddhist expression → US type adapter - use of two, https://www.monotaro.com/g/00283059/. If this is the case, you can put anything from the pump side in the United States, Britain and France (I confirmed that it was OK to experiment). You can also lend it to someone who is not in a rice valve and is in trouble.
On 2012-09-03 09:30:10
I am extremely satisfied with the price. Even with the feeling I use, there is no particular problem.