power take-off


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power take-off

On construction equipment, any device for driving an auxiliary attachment or tool using the torque or power of the prime mover’s motor or engine.
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The carried out analysis of the system for selecting the photovoltaic facility power using developed DC-DC converters has shown that the efficiency of the system in a wide range of illumination of the PVM is about 92%, that is significantly more than for the classical power take-off systems, whose effectiveness is about 70%.
For medium-duty applications, such as for utility work, the T270 hybrid can be spec'd with an electric power take-off.
Cornell Cooperative Extension rural health and safety fact sheet: power take-off (PTO) safety.
It had more power than the '49 B, as well as live power take-off and power steering.
It offers full drivetrain, power take-off, suspension, brakes, hydraulics and related products along with repair and rebuilding services.
Eight vocational ratings are available, along with integrated Rear Engine Power Take-Off (REPTO), Front Engine Power Take-Off (FEPTO), and a choice of hydraulic drive options.
NEW LINK: The real power take-off will be from carbon, says Ian Waller, chief executive of Five Baer Gate
The two recently-completed stages for the PB150 include the completion of the mechanical elements of the power take-off system and the awarding of the steel fabrication contract for the PowerBuoy structure.
Michael O'Shaughnessy, a plastic surgeon at Cork University Hospital, also warned about the dangers of children around tractors, particularly uncovered power take-off shafts that can result in the loss of an arm or even death.
In applications where a truck operates from an off-highway job site, such as utility and telecom applications, the Eaton ePTO feature provides the ability to run a vehicle's power take-off while the engine is off, reducing noise emissions and cutting engine idle times by as much as 87%, Eaton said.
Unknown to Lt Radoescu, a power take-off bearing in the engine had failed, making complete loss of oil pressure imminent.