power takeoff


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power takeoff

A shaft from which power is available to drive an accessory or other item.
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Power takeoff allows customers to mount accessory equipment to the transmission for auxiliary power from the engine to increase functionality in applications that require direct or hydraulic power, such as generators, cranes, wreckers, pumper trucks and boom lifts.
If a job has to get done and stationary power won't cut it, the 10-speed Heavy Duty Automatic features Ford's pioneering Live-Drive Power Takeoff which allows customer to operate accessories when the engine is running whether the vehicle is in motion or stopped.
* Ford is making commercial 2020 F-Series Super Duty more valuable to fleets by including Power Takeoff (PTO) provision on Class 3-5 chassis cab trucks optioned with a 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel
DEARBORN, Mich.- New on the 2020 Super Duty Chassis Cab, Ford is proud to offer Power Takeoff (PTO) as standard with its 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbo diesel engine for auxiliary power needs on commercial vehicles.
Only use the static power takeoff with the shortest runways where you're not likely to incur any prop damage.
Other makes of tractors didn't sell power takeoffs until the 1930s, but this attachment was available on the Fordson in the 1920s.
The size, cooling configuration and angle to the catapult vary slightly between the four, so the test team had to repeat various tests - military and limited afterburner power takeoffs - for the various JBD configurations.
for flywheel and power takeoffs. All additional components for the power units are sourced locally.
of Decima, Italy, a privately owned designer, manufacturer and marketer of marine transmissions, pump mount power takeoffs, power takeoffs, clutches and hydraulic adapters serving the marine and industrial markets.
Forecarts are available with mounted engines from 20 hp on up, to run power takeoffs and to give remote hydraulic capabilities.