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Bedplate

A plate, frame, or platform which supports a wall above.

bedplate

bed places
A plate, frame, or platform which supports a heavy object such as a machine or furnace; a baseplate.
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Existing slide door mixer installations can be upgraded with drop-door bodies; the change usually entails some modifications to the bedplate, but permits making use of the existing drive train and feed hopper, and can be accomplished relatively quickly.
The regional investment aid notified to Brussels last April is for the production of crank cases and bedplates.
Intimate contact with compressor bedplates and a high coefficient of friction between the epoxy chocks and machinery bedplates help to prevent anchor bolts from working loose, thus assuring excellent maintenance of alignment.
It also has a licensing agreement for the development of cylinder heads, crankcases, bedplates and other castings with Jaya Hind Industries Ltd.
Tupy began casting the blocks and bedplates in SinterCast compacted graphite iron (CGI) in mid-2010.
Other features include a precision feeler to gauge fill level, the ability to open the unit without having to disconnect any of the services, variable speed drive, units require no special foundations since they are set on bedplates and anti-vibratory visco dampers to ensure excellent stability, and have an inflatable seal system for the door to provide absolute hermetic sealing.
Vibrations that occur when gas turbine engines kick in Or shut down, as well as vibrations caused by the variations from no-load to full-load on compressors, should ideally be transmitted through machinery bedplates to the foundations and down through the subsoil, where they will be absorbed.
Ten years ago, this facility was shipping out bedplates for diesel engines by the thousands.
was named the MODERN CASTING Metalcaster of the Year for its new molding line designed specifically to produce ductile iron V-8 and V-6 bedplates for International Truck and Engine, now Navistar Inc.
has committed to purchasing a large portion of URV's initial output to fulfill existing and projected orders for machining large, utility-scale hubs and bedplates.