torque arm

torque arm

[′tȯrk ‚ärm]
(mechanical engineering)
In automotive vehicles, an arm to take the torque of the rear axle.
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Whereas traditional-style hose pumps flange-mount their gearboxes to the pump housing, Verder use a torque arm connection so that there exists a physical separation between the pump and drive.
The suspension has also been updated, featuring a front double-wishbone setup and a three-link rear system, with torque arm and Pan hard rod.
All conveyors are driven by a shaft-mounted geared motor unit complete with torque arm fixings and the conveyor belt is flame retardant in accordance with ISO 340 regulations.
A torque arm is installed onto the motor to take out reaction force while eliminating undesirable forces on the motor bearings, by positioning the torque arm at an optimum place for the load being driven.
ductile iron torque arm casting for the wind energy industry, late in-mold inoculations prevented the formation of chunky graphite in thermal centers.
A major improvement is the substitution of a precision timing belt drive for the previous torque arm gearbox.
has unveiled a heavy-duty torque arm featuring a pneumatic cylinder to assist movement of heavier tools.
The gear motors offer a variety of installation options including foot or flange with single or double output shaft, shaft mounting with hollow shaft in keyed, or shrink disk version with torque arm.
These gearmotors offer a variety of installation options, including foot or flange with single or double output shaft, shaft mounting with hollow shaft in keyed, or shrink disk version with torque arm.
These robust gearmotors offer a variety of installation options, including foot or flange with single or double output shaft, shaft mounting with hollow shaft in keyed or shrink disk versions with torque arm.
A-36 plate, an oversize heavy-duty gearbox, a vibration suppression torque arm, a cutting anvil made from abrasion-resistant AR-400 steel and state-of-the-art flange bearings, the company says.
The three-link rear suspension design features a panhard rod to control the rear axle, a central torque arm attached to the upper front end of the differential and trailing arms at the end of each axle.