feeding zone

feeding zone

[′fēd·iŋ ‚zōn]
(control systems)
The area on the planar surface of a conveyor or pallet where the center of an object to be manipulated by a robotic system is placed.
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A downpipe is used to pass the pellets into the feeding zone to reduce heat conduction between the dry ice pellets and the plastic granules (Fig.
The geometry of the feeding zone of a modern high performance extruder usually dictates the output.
To work best, artificial lures need to be right in the feeding zone with the tarpon.
For new anglers to the venue, floaters with long leaders are normally all that's needed and the feeding zone, given reasonable temperatures, should be between two and five feet.
The temperature profile from the feeding zone to the die head was 170 [degrees] C/230 [degrees] C/230 [degrees] C/225 [degrees] C/225 [degrees] C.
The machine's reportedly unique feeding/mixing head separates the feeding zone from the mixing device.
Feed Enhancement Technology can also be applied to the ZS-B twin-screw side-feeder systems, making it possible to feed low density products into the compounding extruder downstream of the feeding zone at a high rate of feed.
Don't make the mistake of overcasting the feeding zone.
Black buzzers are still the first line of attack, either drifted on the breeze or held in the feeding zone with the help of an indicator.
It was also a very congested course, particularly in the feeding zone where the helpers helped clog the course.
4] noticed the occurrence of insignificant formation of NO from ammonia in the bottom part of the fluidized bed, and NO destruction just above the feeding zone.
The BSP's open design minimizes material build-up in the feeding zone.