counterbalance


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counterbalance

a weight or force that balances or offsets another

counterbalance

[¦kau̇nt·ər¦bal·əns]
(mechanical engineering)
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"He may simply have cut the cord of the counterbalance and blocked the whole apparatus."
capacity Hyster or Yale electric counterbalance lift truck to a certified Explosion Proof (EX) model through RICO Manufacturing, Inc.
CB Plus features 16 positions of counterbalance with a selection system that is "intuitive, quick and easy to use".
Toyota will also be showcasing the BT Staxio SWE080L pedestrian stacker truck which is designed for light to heavy-duty stacking operations and the Traigo 24 counterbalance electric forklift, which is a highly manoeuvrable truck ideal for working in tight areas.
One of the company's signature products is its unique counterbalance valves--carefully designed connectors that control the pressure inside a cylinder to safely raise, lower and hold heavy loads.
But in exchange for our attention, Compass offers something affirming and even comforting: a counterbalance to our prevailing narrative that the world is ugly and its people are sad.
All five models feature 16 positions of counterbalance for rapid adjustment, the release states, while the side loading base plate enables fast and easy mounting, and alighting of camera rigs.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Monday that Russia may be forced to take military measures to counterbalance the deployment of the US THAAD missile defense systems to South Korea and Japan.
These first installations were driven by water counterbalance. The principle included two cars on an inclined track hanging on a steel cable routed via a deflection wheel at the top end.
To allow an operator to effortlessly suspend, rotate, tilt and transfer product with precision, a line of ergonomic manipulators precisely counterbalance heavy loads.
With an eye to meeting the equipment needs and fleet management challenges of end-users in specific industries and market segments, NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG) has designated three specialized teams--Warehouse, Counterbalance and Big Trucks--led by Jonathan Dawley, president of Big Trucks, and Bill Pfleger, vice president of Counterbalance Solutions, a Warehouse Solutions leader yet to be named.