feed tray

feed tray

[′fēd ‚trā]
(chemical engineering)
For a tray-type distillation column, that tray on which fresh feedstock is introduced into the system.
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Tenders are invited for Carestrem m37 automatic film processor with feed tray and repienshment tanks
When the magazine is removed, the door closes and allows belts to be fed across the feed tray again.
The Adaptive is a multi-feed scanner with an oversized feed tray that can accommodate documents of all shapes and sizes, from ordinary checks to full legal-sized pages.
The stamped, sheet metal feed tray has projections at each end for attaching the 50-round belt carrier drum.
Open the top cover, remove the feed tray, and then push the top cover retaining pin to the left and separate the top cover from the receiver.
If Soldiers will first completely raise the feed tray cover, they can easily see whether or not the locking pin is secured in the retention slot.
If the paper feed tray is at the bottom -- but not completely enclosed -- you have the same problem: dust, dirt and cookie crumbs inside the printer.
Plus, the scanners are equipped with a motorized paper feed tray that adjusts to the height of the batch, as well as a flexible-paper feed and output guides for maximum efficiency.
What I have discovered about chickens is this: They shit in their feed tray, shit in their water tray, with total abandon, and if I do not gather the eggs they lay early every morning, they will crack them open and eat them, shell and all.
The modular design of the Mastersizer 3000's Aero S dispersion unit provides options for controlling dispersion that include an adjustable hopper, different feed tray designs and a choice of two different venturis.
Paper capacities include a 330-sheet feed tray, an 80-sheet rear-feed tray for specialty media, and up to 580 sheets total with an optional second paper tray.
5" LCD screen, while the WP-4530 offers a 330-sheet capacity with rear feed tray for up various media types.