rubber wheel

rubber wheel

[′rəb·ər ′wēl]
(design engineering)
A grinding wheel made with rubber as the bonding agent.
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Contract notice: Supply monoblock wheels and tires rubber wheel for vehicle maintenance of rolling stock.
Honorably discharged, Philip return home and accepted a position with Norton Company Rubber Wheel Division where he remained until retirement after 38 years of service.
In addition to the 1,200 lb lift, the PRO 1200 Motorcycle Lift Package includes a 3 stage adjustable front extension, a wheel vise to secure vehicles in place, that comes with a rubber wheel stop, detachable, low angle drive-on loading ramp, pullout / drop through for rear tire change for rear access to vehicles, a heavy duty one piece welded pneumatic cylinder, 7 position safety locking system and a stabilizer bar.
Improved traction with non-slip rubber wheel design enables easy operation up and down steps or ramps.
They placed a rubber wheel over the surface so that it rolled over the dirt as the turntable rotated.
They built a circular turntable that they could cover with dirt or sand, and positioned a hard rubber wheel above it.
The 44-year-old allegedly threw a rubber wheel chock into the running engine of a Boeing 737, in an attempt to prevent the aircraft from taking off from Denver to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on New Year's Day.
Scientific Developments shreds used tires and then molds the crumbs into rubber wheel chucks and other products.
We now use a 40-50 Shore A durometer material that will last five times longer than the rubber wheel without needing to be changed.
The new device consists of a rubber wheel with flexible "fingers" that attaches next to each furrow opener on the drill.
5) who first introduced the blade abrader and studied the wear of a rubber wheel.