takeup

takeup

[′tāk‚əp]
(mechanical engineering)
A tensioning device in a belt-conveyor system for taking up slack of loose parts.
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Last year, office space takeup from POGOs in Metro Manila only hit 80,000 sqm.
Tenders are invited for Pivoted takeup motor base for vgfs in crusher house of mm chp iii
Saad Rafique appreciated Ishtiaq Baig joining PML-N at this junction of time and hoped that his presence will further strengthen PML-N in Sindh, he also promised to takeup the issues of business community.
As an indicator of future revenue growth, sales takeup rose by 12 percent year-on-year to P9.
Traditionally, measurements were taken by hand, a long and laborious task that could takeup to four weeks.
If any would like save their time with in-built blade templates, users management, they surely have this product with them as it can save lot of hours to work so that one can takeup on other project.
The Ambush features the Geissele SSA two-stage unit with a 2 1/2-pound takeup and 2-pound break for accurate shots.
There has also been a big takeup from the length and breadth of England, as well as obviously throughout Wales.
Lambert Smith Hampton, which has offices on Newcastle's Grey Street, said Newcastle city centre is on course for a strong year of occupier activity, boosted by an impressive third-quarter, with takeup reaching 107,819 sq ft; the strongest for five years.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has written to Chancellor George Osborne and Martin Wheatley, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), with a set of proposals to help the takeup of the reforms go more smoothly.
MEC community enabler Catherine Howell said: "There is great takeup for the green waste collection service and that will return in the spring.
The TX21600 is provided with an automatic takeup device as standard which takes up the printed fabric with a constant tension realizing overnight operation and unattended printing.