horizontal screen

horizontal screen

[‚här·ə′zänt·əl ′skrēn]
(mechanical engineering)
Shaking screen with horizontal plates.
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In addition, Metso will present at the outdoor stand FN1016/3 the renewed mobile Lokotrack LT1213S(TM) impactor plant, the popular Lokotrack LT96(TM) jaw plant, the maintenance-friendly three-deck PREMIER ES303(TM) horizontal screen, new stationary plant solutions, revolutionary truck lining solutions and proven pumps.
These screens, including the CVBM inclined screen with circular motion and the FS horizontal screen with elliptical motion, have a long history of utilization on Lokotrack mobile plants and Nordberg NW Series portable plants.
To be installed by December 2014, each of the digital display terminals is equipped with a 50-inch vertical screen and a 42-inch horizontal screen.
The introduction of the MHS8203 Horizontal Screen Module increases the screening capacity and application capability of the manufacturer's existing range of modular products.
The new MHS8203 Horizontal Screen Module features a new, highly efficient 8x 20-ft screen with an oval stroke action.
Aura and the other apps that Lenovo has co developed with companies like Electronic Arts work well on the horizontal screen.
s] is usually called horizontal screen parallax in contrast to horizontal sensor parallax.
Application Guide Specifications Application Method Horizontal screen printing Screen Type 10-20 threads / cm polyester Screen Mesh Diameter-140 pm Stencil Thickness Thickness 400 pm Squeegee Type 60-65 [degrees] Shore A hardness, rounded print edge Film Thickness Optimum 450-500 pm Thermal Cure 150[degrees]C for 30 minutes or 160[degrees]C for 10 to 15 minutes Hole Plug 3 mm holes plugged
Their increased horizontal screen space makes them an ideal upgrade for the 17-, 19-, and 21-inch sizes currently in common use in corporate and government facilities.
We don't see these structures in Thomas Lynch's set, composed of a raked playing area covered in dried, desert-appropriate grass, and a narrow horizontal screen in the background with a dim outline of the Hollywood Hills.
At Studio Miscetti, the installation Le Ceneri di Gramsci (Gramsci's Ashes), 2005, named after a 1954 poem by Pier Paolo Pasolini, consisted of an open-framed model of a nineteenth-century industrial building built over a wooden box whose top was a horizontal screen showing an image of an exploding star, looking something like a cosmic birth.
Centrifugal action created by rotating helical paddles accelerates the rate at which on-size particles pass through a horizontal screen cylinder while de-lumping soft agglomerates.

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