Rigid frame


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rigid frame

[′rij·id ′frām]
(building construction)
A steel skeleton frame in which the end connections of all members are rigid so that the angles they make with each other do not change.

Rigid frame

A structural framework in which all columns and beams are roughly connected; there are no hinged joints, and the angular relationship between beam and column members are maintained under load.

rigid frame

A structural framework in which all columns and beams are rigidly connected; there are no hinged joints and the angular relationship between beam and column members are maintained under load.
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Bobcat has expanded its telescopic handler line-up with the inclusion of the latest 8m TL43.80HF and 7m TL30.70 models, and now offers a choice of 13 rigid frame telehandlers for applications in construction, rental, recycling, waste and general industry, covering maximum lifting capacities between 2.6-4.3t with lifting heights from 6-18m.
(PHIL) has revolutionized a new version of its Autogate Tailgate--a PHIL innovation unveiled 50 years ago specifically for Komatsu rigid frame trucks.
Continuous miners are large in size, having rigid frame and battery or engine powered machine with lift arms.
With the introduction of the new TL43.80HF telehandler, Bobcat now offers a range of 15 different rigid frame telehandler models, covering maximum lifting capacities from 2.6-4.3t and maximum lifting heights of 6-18m.
Then there was the side ramp to showcase the boxer engine's low center of gravity, SAWD and rigid frame. On a steep ramp, all the combined features allowed the vehicle to move in and out safely while turning, even with one corner elevated.
It additionally offers steel front fender and leg shield for added protection and comes with highly rigid frame layout, the company said in a statement.
They can be attached to a rigid frame or pinned on to an existing fence for an instant makeover.
These lorries have an integrated tank on rigid frame with 3 axles and safety accessories including pneumatically operated foot-valves designed to minimize the possibility of leakages.
And handling around town on the launch was a delight thanks to a slightly less laid back riding position, the weight down from 222 to 215kg, the front wheel increased an inch to 15in, a more rigid frame, suspension nicely on the firm side and a sweetly linear power delivery.
PHIL Rear Eject Bodies, adaptable to any make and model of articulated off-highway truck as well as a number of rigid frame trucks, can be used as auxiliary feeders, delivering material to a crusher if a primary feeder malfunctions or breaks down.
The Active Reliever features a sewn-in integrated semi rigid frame and quick release buckles which make application and removal of the brace easy for patients.