draw bar

draw bar

A bar that can be slid through a socket attached to the face of a door into another socket attached to the door jamb, thus securing the door in a closed position.
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Develops 8 horse power at draw bar and 16 horse power on the belt."
End-tensioning permits the use of square-opening and slotted screens and is accurately maintained by a spring-loaded draw bar. Users can make screen changes in 10-15 minutes.
The team also brought home awards for most improved machine, best cold start, best design, draw bar pull award and best hybrid paper.
Ali Al Shamrani, president and founder of the 100 per cent Saudi-owned Al Shamrani Factory for Draw Bar Trailers, said he believed in growing with the country.
The 17SR also offers a 10 percent increase in swing torque for a total of 310 pounds and a 7.5 percent increase in draw bar pull force.
Parallel clamping minimizes stock "push back" and requires less draw bar force than conventional collets.
When the trigger is pulled, a draw bar pulls the hammer against the tension of the hammer spring.
Accu-Router's XR-15 power draw bar spindle interfaces with the HSK 63F Series of tool holders, the company says.
Another question on fuel cells: It would be interesting to find the efficiency of a reciprocating gasoline engine from the pump that takes it out of the ground, refining, etc., to draw bar and compare it to the efficiency of the fuel cell from hydrogen generation plant to draw bar.