rotary system

rotary system

[′rōd·ə·rē ′sis·təm]
(communications)
A telephone switching system that uses unidirectional, rotary switches that carry ten sets of brushes (wipers), only one of which is tripped as part of the control and selection process.
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In the current study the canal preparation was done with Protaper Next rotary system and the canals were irrigated with NaOCl and EDTA to ensure maximum elimination of root canal bacteria.
Classified as an inline system, containers travel straight through the labeler riding on a linear bottom chain rather than via a rotary system which relies on a spinning carousel to label containers.
"If the machine is put on a rotary system, the blood sample will flow into the machine using a centrifugal force without any need to external pumping," Hamid Shamlou, one of the Iranian scientists working on the project, told FNA.
For Group 1, instrumentation was done using rotary system and for Group 2, manual technique was used.
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Dore said that the Rotary Milking Parlour boasts of an efficient milking technology, adding,"The conventional Herringbone milking technology used in farms in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere in the Middle East is far more labour intensive compared to Rotary Milking Parlour at Baladna farm." In a rotary system, cows are made to walk on a rotating platform which helps the milker to stay in one position, whereas in the Herringbone system, milking is a tiresome exercise for the milker as he has to walk up and down constantly between the rows of cows.
fer, Ballaigues, Switzerland), which constitute a common NiTi rotary system, have a convex trianC...
Dan Sorensen, director, Aurizon Ultrasonics, says the company's ultrasonic system differentiates itself in two ways--with the ultrasonic technology and with the rotary feature."The ultrasonic portion of the solution offers a low maintenance system design, a high service life, increased operational efficiency, material cost savings, improved product comfort and better elastic performance," he explains, while the rotary system "delivers a high-speed solution that is robust to process and web upsets such as nonwoven splices, elastic splices and machine stop/start events."
The rotary system utilizes an isolated, floating spinal with a 3 inch fluid course and has two speeds.
A combination rotary system developed by Ontario Hydro Technologies, Burlington, Ontario is shown in Figure 3, using a preheating rotary section followed by a microwave rotary system.