spreader bar


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spreader bar

A stiffening member placed at the base of a doorframe to keep it in alignment during shipment and prior to installation.
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ONCE MODIFIED, THE SPREADER BAR ASSEMBLY BECOMES A SPECIAL TOOL WITH A NEW NSN OF 3940-20-006-8323
With the assistance of champion skiff sailors, Burke Marine have upgraded their spreader bar harness.
A load spreader bar on each of the rings helps to prevent accidental actuation.
Load spreader bar on each ring helps prevent accidental actuation.
The three-axis machine has a 50-hp, 60,000-psi intensifier pump and dual Permalign II abrasive cutting heads fitted on a 4-ft spreader bar. A pneumatic drill that's part of the system is used to put holes in materials that might be prone to delamination prior to the activation of the waterjet system.
Slings are attached to a new four-point spreader bar designed to enhance comfort for bariatric residents.
Thread the four ropes through the four-holed spreader bar, until it's fight against these knots, and tie four more knots to hold it in place.
The trucks are also equipped with a quick-disconnect spreader bar and 24-foot wide forks to handle the long loads.
If you find that toy in mint condition you're pretty lucky, because the top spreader bar is easily broken off it."
Under the truck, the asphalt feeds to the spreader bar from the tank, heated either with single or dual flue burners using LPG or fuel oil, based on the type of asphalt selected to spray on the road.
"Steel castings are now commonly specified for complex, high-stress structural members such as heavy lift padears, spreader bar ends and increasingly, nodal applications," he said.
The Opera uses a unique four-point tilting spreader bar with Dynamic Positioning System (DPS).