counterbalance system

counterbalance system

[¦kau̇nt·ər¦bal·əns ‚sis·təm]
(engineering)

counterbalance system

Same as counter-weight system.
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Adding this capability eliminates the need to run with a fixed-stroke counterbalance in a severely unbalanced weight-load condition or having to add or remove weight from the counterbalance system.
The Bowden lever releases the brake, and the counterbalance system pulls the door up.
It uses a counterbalance system to hurl large rocks and stones at such a force they could breach strong fortifications.
But BMW loves technology and innovation, and it's come up with a unique counterbalance system designed to kill the vibes.
The unique Safety Gate EX3 is constructed from extruded polyvinylchloride (PVC) and has a counterbalance system to help keep the gate in raised vertical position or in the closed horizontal position.
The Antara's tailgate uses a counterbalance system, rather than space-consuming hydraulics, which means it lifts up and over the roof, rather than outward like a conventional rear door.
For example, the counterweight counterbalance system found on some newer door designs eliminates door drift-down and the maintenance costs associated with keeping torsion springs in adjustment.
The 502 head Counterbalance System (CBS) ensures that head rotations are always fast and easy, allowing for more control no matter how the camera's weight is distributed.
Platen movement is precisely guided with eight linear bearings on the moving platen, and a new counterbalance system provides stable motion at high speeds.
The 502 heads' Counterbalance System (CBS) ensures that head rotations are always fast and easy, allowing for more control no matter how the camera's weight is distributed.
Additional features include a counterbalance system for installation on mezzanines or other elevated structures.
This can involve either doubling up on the drive belt or other drive mechanism, or using a pneumatic counterbalance system.