Friction wheel

(Mach.) one of the wheels in frictional gearing. See under Frictional.

See also: Friction

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The first mention of the "wheellock" appears in a manuscript dated 1505 and is described as a friction wheel spinning against a piece of stone.
Limited tenders are invited for supply of items:Seal plain encased (for hub wheel anti friction wheel assy wheel left & right) Ring packing u section
The standard Trotter W features a friction wheel infeed that enables speeds up to 120 cpm.
The standard system features a friction wheel infeed that enables speeds up to 120 cpm.
Employing a friction drive, the friction wheel increases efficiency and minimizes wear by using 75% less energy than conventional linear motor drives.
The boys are using a friction drive, which is essentially a friction wheel that pushes up against the tire to turn.
The mechanical force to produce motion is obtained from a friction wheel pressed against a rail.
With a larger, hardened friction wheel, the mechanics are completely reinforced and able to accommodate two sizes of wood magazine.
SFT is a measuring system for both operational and calibration measurement, it works by having a friction wheel, which is lowered into contact with the surface.
Some electric bikes employ bolt-on engines with a friction wheel that rotates against the rear tire to drive the wheel.
Tenders are invited for Supply of washer spring , pin securing link(axle assy) , pin shoulder headed (for trail left assy , pin straight headed (wheel left & right) , seal plain encased (for hub wheel anti friction wheel assy wheel left & right) , rod end externally threaded , plunger detent , cover protective dust and moisture seal (for cover inspection cradle assy) , cover protective dust & moisture seal (wheel assy)
Throw reel foot pedal forward and rest foot on it lightly so as to give a slight pressure on friction wheel of reel.