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chain drive

n
(Mechanical Engineering) engineering a chain of links passing over sprockets that transmits rotation from one shaft to another
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Ltd., Japan: known as a technical innovator in the chain drive market: to assemble Chain Drives and CAM chains for Honda motorcycles.
The Gates Belt-in-Oil system offers benefits that the company says are unmatched by standard chain drive solutions.
Ideal for protecting pallet drop areas in doorways, the G Series dual-gate pallet drop system has been updated with new safety features, including full-length, four-rail guardrail, a welded track system and chain drive system.
Clean, quiet, light and strong, Carbon Drive requires no greasy lube, weighs less than a chain drive and will not stretch.
I took two sprockets from an old bike, brazed the big sprocket onto the spokes of the front wheel, then used chain drive to upper sprocket, then cross shaft out to a 10-inch V-belt pulley with belt up to Briggs engine.
UCMC, distributor of ITS chain drive pipe bursting equipment, provides subcontractor, consultant and management services for pipe bursting projects.
Angled drive wheels and high-efficiency chain drive maximize propulsion and steering capabilities.
The RWT 350/360 TorqSense suits almost any plant driven by a belt or chain drive, particularly those where space is limited.
Removable covers keep the heavy duty loop chain drive free from contamination, at the same time keeping the system safe.
A mesh belt has an operation width of 600 mm; can be configured with pin chain drive or as chain over belt.
A new line of ribbon blenders from Charles Ross & Son, Hauppauge, N.Y., has an AC motor drive and gear box, replacing a belt or chain drive. The new drive motor needs less maintenance and is more efficient, Ross says.