head shaft

head shaft

[′hed ‚shaft]
(mechanical engineering)
The shaft driven by a chain and mounted at the delivery end of a chain conveyor; it serves as the mount for a sprocket which drives the drag chain.
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Tenders are invited for Dismantling, transportation and fixing of upper head, intermediate head and lower head mantle of spare head shaft assembly of primary gyratory crusher of chp, dudhichua project.
Head shaft angles were smaller in patients treated earlier in the surgeon's career (128.6[degrees] versus 132.5[degrees], p = 0.02), (Fig.
Radiological features (Head shaft angle) do not always correlate with outcome of the patient.
Its rotary power head shaft motor and splined head shaft produce lower speeds and higher torque to maximize trenching performance and minimize wear on chain.
"On the attachment drive, an Eaton VIS hydraulic motor goes direct to an attachment drive motor that is connected directly to the head shaft of the digging attachment."
Tenders are invited for Dismantling and fitting of drive head shaft assembly of black diamond make feeder breaker no.4 at tarmi siding in r/o sdocm
(11) A head shaft angle less than 130[degrees] on initial postoperative x-rays was considered a varus malreduction and on final radiographs as a varus malunion.
* Proven chain-driven head shaft with chain drives fully enclosed in an oil bath for longer life.
Tenders are invited for Head shaft liner for primery crusher
Other important features include: a chain-driven head shaft with chain drives fully enclosed in an oil bath for longer life.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of head shaft assy.
Mechanical trenching drive components include an electronically controlled Cat transmission providing four digging chain speeds, and a heavy-duty Cat differential which transmits power to the head shaft via sprockets and multi-strand roller chain.