head section

head section

[′hed ‚sek·shən]
(communications)
(engineering)
That part of belt conveyor which consists of a drive pulley, a head pulley which may or may not be a drive pulley, belt idlers if included, and the necessary framing.
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It was two-thirds completed, with the Pier Head section due to be finished in August.
All mechanisms in the head section of the fume hood are on the clean side of the filter, preventing contamination.
Pressure velocity in the connecting rod head section was 300 mm/s according to experimental data.
A certain leakage has to be accepted, as the moving head section has to be shifted in a bore with a fitting allowance.
Features include: II A T-shaped head section designed for mounting larger LCD modules.
Amani Othman, HR communication and information, head section, said, "The QU human resources section as well as HR units in the colleges and departments strive to ensure HR practices are consistent with the University's strategic plan.
The company has recently developed a series of adjustable beds that can be lifted in the head section up to 85 degrees and foot section to 30 degrees in line with quality mattresses made of silicone rubber or latex, depending on the need of customers.
It was a miracle no one was injured as the head section alone weighed 2cwt.
The innovative design further enables users to engage in easy disposal by separating the head section and the chamber from the device.
Could also just be the scent power of entrails and juices contained within the head section.
If you do decide to go with the Google linking, this needs to be placed in the head section (although you may want to check to see whether these are still the most recent versions):