feed tray

feed tray

[′fēd ‚trā]
(chemical engineering)
For a tray-type distillation column, that tray on which fresh feedstock is introduced into the system.
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Close the feed tray, point the gun toward something you dislike, and unleash chaos.
Tenders are invited for supply of multifunction devices and paper feed tray
The cloth bandolier was reinforced to allow it to be hung from the feed tray on the left of the receiver.
The proposed inspection solution involved placing a number of cameras above the final feed tray to inspect the tablets just before they were counted and bottled.
When the magazine is removed, the door closes and allows belts to be fed across the feed tray again.
The Adaptive is a multi-feed scanner with an oversized feed tray that can accommodate documents of all shapes and sizes, from ordinary checks to full legal-sized pages.
Rear has a tapered feed tray. When turning handle, feed rollers pull in object and are cut 1/2 inch each.
It uses a flat tin feed tray holding only 20 rounds.
If Soldiers will first completely raise the feed tray cover, they can easily see whether or not the locking pin is secured in the retention slot.
He would ball himself up with his tail wrapped around his nose in the feed tray of one of the bird feeders and sit there most of the day.
Caption: The HDB1000 hologram processing machine: 250 cm length x 120 cm width x 100.5 cm height(length is 300 cm with feed tray).
If the paper feed tray is at the bottom -- but not completely enclosed -- you have the same problem: dust, dirt and cookie crumbs inside the printer.