push bar

push bar

A heavy bar fixed across a glazed door or horizontally pivoted window sash; used to open or close the door, while providing protection for the glass.
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The push bar is designed to accommodate a wide variation in wire-rod sizes, applicator bars, applicator frames and film casting knives.
Typically, the stems are bent by a push bar or knockdown roller that is placed ahead of the stem cutting device.
The screw is pushed/pulled out with everything from gloved hands to hoists to fork lifts and a push bar.
For example, the manual dispensers have an antimicrobial push bar to help inhibit the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew.
There are only 800 in the world, it features airride suspension, alloy wheels, leather-trimmed push bar and is lined with Italian suede and it cost a cool PS2000
2) Emergency Exits--Available as a push bar, these devices prevent users from opening an emergency-only exit.
suction can cause tension Push bar instead of pulling.
The Prestar essentially has two handles: a pair like those on a typical wheelbarrow, and a horizontal push bar about a foot above the regular handles.
But the disinfectant does not reach the push bar itself.
Uses the provided opening device--knob, push bar, handle, etc.
Through system design, the push bar is located far enough away from the camera to accommodate the maximum possible variability from the OS scheduler and any other network equipment.
Button has yet to win a race after 100 Formula One starts but he approaches next season aiming for the top, and believes his hard work could push BAR towards that goal.