drive rod

drive rod

[′drīv ‚räd]
(engineering)
Hollow shaft in the swivel head of a diamond-drill machine through which energy is transmitted from the drill motor to the drill string. Also known as drive spindle.
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The canted coil spring design can apply consistent pressure around a drive rod for effective sealing without introducing much friction.
If the M2's cocked, the drive rod shoots out and into you.
The drive rod seal has three internal wiper blades that seal the circumference of the drive rod," he says.
Disassemble the M2 and remove the back plate, barrel, barrel extension, buffer recoil mechanism, bolt and drive rod spring.
The Drain Cap Stuffing Box scrapes foreign matter from the pump's drive rod, preventing contamination, from both the inside and outside pumping environments, from entering the top mounted pump motor.
The lead screw pushes down on the drive rod, which is actually a complex machined plastic plunger.
Each Set Comprising Of 1 Rubber Gasket For Drive Rod To Drg.
Each Set Comprising Of- 1 Slide Cover Complete For Drive Rod And Lock Rod To Drg.
1 Working Load 2 Time Of Operation 3 Stalling Thrust 4 Slip Load 5 Stroke Length Of Drive Rod 6 Locking And Detection Parameters.
However, four miles off the Devon coast, a drive rod powering one of the Waverley's 20-foot paddles fractured.