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driving chain

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(General Engineering) engineering a roller chain that transmits power from one toothed wheel to another. Also called: drive chain
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The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) in collaboration with Teyseer Motors, has announced the recall of Suzuki GSX-R1000 model of 2017 because of a fault in the ECM and drive chain inspection.
Tenders are invited for For repairing of main chain of fb ii and iii and drive chain of fb ii and various related works at sbc under sijua area
The drive chain delivers only as much power as is needed, energy is stored and delivered as required.
Nick will be responsible for growing sales of drive chain and power transmission products for OEM and MRO applications.
It features a Yoshimura R11 silencer and a belly pan, gold forks, red adjusters and rear springs, blue drive chain and matt handlebar.
The 26-year-old Tyneside lost men lost the tips of two of his fingers when he slipped in a freezer at Country Style Foods in Benton and his hand was caught in the drive chain of a moving conveyor.
Consumers of ethnic care beauty products are seeking added value, and a trend among manufacturers to drive chain drug store sales is to provide bonus sizes or bonus on-packs to give that extra value on the products.
Import of spare parts for the drive chain pulley bucket elevator required for the packaging machines at the second factory.
Over the past two years, Broken has added a number of new products and services, including roller drive chain, gearbox repair and motor rewind services.
The Trencor T1760 Mechanical Drive Chain Trencher features a newly styled sloped hood, extraordinary performance and the latest technology throughout its innovative design.
The drive chain is capable of lifting heavy loads up to 24 metric tons, and self-aligning main bearings can handle a 64-metric-ton static load.
This package conveyor is designed like heavy-duty pallet conveyor-with a sprocket connecting each roller to a drive chain.