rimmed steel

rimmed steel

[′rimd ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Low-carbon steel, partially deoxidized, which on cooling continuously, evolves sufficient carbon monoxide to form a case or rim of metal virtually free of voids.
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Built to handle all rimmed steel, fiber and plastic drums weighing up to 1,000 pounds, the Model 10HT-4W four-wheel hand truck is ergonomically safe as it eliminates the need for an operator to bear the weight of the load during transport.
To handle up to four conventional drums--including rimmed steel, plastic and fiber--the L4CB Parrot-Beak crane-hoist mounted system features automatic, mechanical clamping action.
Not only did it have wider- rimmed steel wheels with radial ply tyres as standard, it was also equipped with individual reclining front seats, a walnut- veneered fascia panel - and a vinyl roof!
Both units are capable of handling one, two, three or four rimmed steel, poly, and fiber drums with a total load capacity of 8,000 pounds.
Not only did it have wider rimmed steel wheels with radial ply tyres as standard, it was also equipped with individual reclining front seats, a walnut- veneered fascia panel -and a vinyl roof!
It is outfitted with the supplier's proprietary Parrot-Beak clamping system to quickly and safely handle one to four rimmed steel, plastic and fiber drums simultaneously and is rated for a total capacity of 8,000 pounds.
To quickly and safely handle one to four rimmed steel, plastic or fiber drums simultaneously (at a total load capacity of 8,000 pounds), the device incorporates the supplier's Parrot-Beak clamping system.