hollow rod

hollow rod

[′häl·ō ′räd]
(design engineering)
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Contract notice: Unscheduled repair of hollow rod steering boat class 352 "ex ensdorf".
The exhaust system has hollow rod hangers to enable a lighter weight design and a close-coupled converter configuration, which improves overall engine performance by placing the converter closer to the engine.
The tiny device consists of a hollow rod with a collar that holds the tube in place, allowing the surgeon to insert the tube with one motion and suction out any residual fluid that might be in the middle ear space.
Mixed in water, such hydrophobic/hydrophilic molecules normally want to group together in hollow spheres with their hydrophobic "tails" sheltered on the inside, according to Hobbie, but the two-faced geometry of this bile acid makes it form hollow rod shapes instead.
Place a high-pressure water jet head at the end of a hollow rod and push it through each tube from one end to the other, cleaning debris off the inner tube wall.
The sealing compound prevents water from seeping into the rod and setting up corrosion inside the hollow rod and in the upper and lower rod ends, including the threads.
The HydroBurst[R] HB125 features 125 tons of static pulling force, one man machine operation, rod rotation for drilling through collapsed or blocked lines, an anti bungee front vice preventing rod rebound, hydraulic vertical and aft stabilizing legs, hollow rod for fluid delivery, burst head docking up to 12" inside machine and on board rod storage.
You will also want a hollow rod to fit over the shaft and between the bobbins or washers.
This involves hammering a hollow rod horizontally into sediment and digging it out so that sand grains are not exposed to light.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Teflon White Hollow Rod.
The striker is a long, hollow rod housing a coiled driving spring attached to the rear receiver cover.
Jam the untwisted end, about 2 inches long, into the hollow rod tip; squirt in hot glue or epoxy.