center shaft

center shaft

Of a revolving door, the vertical shaft to which the wings are attached.
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1--Bowed rollers have a curved, flexible center shaft and elastomeric outer sleeve,
Directional changes are accomplished by offsetting a center shaft in the Revolution system opposite intended well direction.
Features include drive options of end or center shaft mount, or side, top, bottom or center mount with chain & sprocket; sanitary design involving one-piece formed bed section with angular, bottom flanges.
The m1 is a classic heel/toe blade with center shaft, the m2 is a classic heel/toe blade with heel shaft, the m3 is a classic mallet with center shaft and the mFGP is a milled version of the original FGP putter used by Johnson to win the Masters and by Payne Stewart to win the U.
The entrances and thresholds were level, the bathrooms were accessible to wheelchair users, and a stair tower had been built with a center shaft to accommodate a vertical lift.
Now place the basket back in the washer tank and tighten with the retainer nut on the center shaft.
The DFX 2-Ball Center-Shafted Putter has an extended mallet head with a center shaft and no offset.
The engineering team increased the center shaft diameter and radius to slow the velocity around the problem area.
A machine-forged aluminum frame (one piece), side plate and spool, plus oversized bearings and center shaft, handle the grunt work for Fin-Nor Santiago SA12 and SA16 conventional reels.
Coaxial Mixers incorporate a center shaft low speed sweep blade and high-speed disperser.
5-inch OD center shaft is non-rotating and is attached to the machine frame with pillow block brackets, flange brackets or special brackets that attach to the machine frame.

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