torque amplifier

torque amplifier

[′tȯrk ‚am·plə‚fī·ər]
(computer science)
An analog computer device having input and output shafts and supplying work to rotate the output shaft in positional correspondence with the input shaft without imposing any significant torque on the input shaft.
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The tractor weighed 6,995 pounds, was equipped with a 5-speed transmission and Harvester's Torque Amplifier partial-range power shift (optional).
It used the 5-speed transmission and optional Torque Amplifier. This crawler was rated for a 4-bottom plow, and could be equipped with either a swinging drawbar or a Category 1 3-point hitch.
Metheringham, United Kingdom, September 12, 2015 --(PR.com)-- The new Elesa torque amplifier collar, when used in conjunction with clamping handles and clamping knobs, enables clamping forces to be doubled compared with non-amplified manual operation.
Clamping torque amplifier collars are available in steel and stainless steel to suit differing industrial environments, with black polyamide protective covers.
The torque needs a boost and this is the task of the torque amplifier.
This type of torque amplifier is an incredible piece of engineering.
The wet belt acted as a torque amplifier. When the belt and governor caught at the same time, the tractor power-slid, resulting in a rather unexpected and speedy trip through the back gate, narrowly missing the van.
International's Torque Amplifier allowed for a quick downshift using the hand lever, * without using the clutch, to gain torque at the drive wheels.
1954 Super M diesel with torque amplifier and tractor-mounted Electrall system owned by Don and Kirstie Olson.
This is similar to the Farmall Super H-TA commissioned by Jon Kinzenbaw of Kinze Mfg., Williamsburg, Iowa, that uses a late Super H transmission and rear end combined with an early Farmall 300 engine and torque amplifier assembly.
It is called a "high and low," he explains, which is almost like a torque amplifier on an International, and would have been very expensive to repair.
CNH Reman plans to improve and increase product coverage across five product lines including engines and components such as complete engines, basic engines, short blocks, connecting rods, cylinder heads, oil coolers, oil pumps, turbochargers and water pumps; drivetrain and components such as clutch discs, pressure plates, torque amplifiers, torque converters, power shuttles and transmissions; rotating electrics such as starters, alternators and generators; electronics such as electronic controllers and monitors; and hydraulic pumps and motors.