rack and pinion

(redirected from Rack rail)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

rack and pinion

[′rak ən ′pin·yən]
(mechanical engineering)
A gear arrangement consisting of a toothed bar that meshes with a pinion.
References in periodicals archive ?
Adjustable threaded rack rails add flexibility in mounting any size equipment, while removable side panels allow for instant access to mounted electronics.
A spacious interior was designed to hold the various accessories available, including front and rear rack rails for mounting equipment.
Another common characteristic is they have square hole rack rails rather than tapped or threaded rails.
The 78 3/4" all-steel vertical rack comes complete with vented sides, an open base for cabling, and adjustable punched rack rails with lacing bar.
2 each of middle atlantic rrf18 rack rails. 1 each of middle atlantic -c shelf rails.
The A Series has long been popular with Network and Telecom managers because of the ability to order different heights, a choice of tapped or square hole rack rails in either 19" or 23" EIA standards and the adjustability of 26"-42" of depth.
Rack Rails: No Rack Rails, No Cable Management Arm, No Casters
HerringDrives: DVD-ROMPower Supply: 2 x power supply HotSwapOther rack rails includedWarranty terms - New equipment: the length of the corresponding warranty guarantee,- Equipment used: a minimum of 6 months from the date of delivery.
Length 6 m;12 pieces of wall-mounted blinds, folding;46 piece equipment rack rails max.