Quarter turn

(Mach.) an arrangement in which a belt transmits motion between two shafts which are at right angles with each other.

See also: Quarter

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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GEMU is launching electrical position indicators for manually and pneumatically operated quarter turn valves.
The Ingelfingen-based valve specialist GEME[pounds sterling] is launching electrical position indicators for manually and pneumatically operated quarter turn valves.
Comar, a designer and manufacturer of healthcare packaging products, introduces the new SecureCap[R] QuarterLoc[TM] child-resistant closure, a one-piece push-and-turn bottle closure that requires only a quarter turn to apply or remove.
This full port, quarter turn double ball valve features 316 stainless steel construction, They are available in .203-, .250-, .313- and .375-inch orifices and will accommodate 3/8-, 9/16-, %-, %- NPT, 3/8-inch NPT and 'A-inch NPT tube sizes.
And for less-than-truckload (LTL) fleets, the second quarter turn over rate was down 1 percent to 9 percent, which stands as the lowest quarterly LTL driver turnover rate going back to the second quarter of 2013.
ANSWER: The solver put the blocks in the following order, turned the entire tray a quarter turn clockwise, then twisted each block back right side up.
The market segmentation on the basis of product type includes self acting valves, quarter turn valves, control valves, multi turn vales, and actuators (pneumatic, hydraulic or electric).
Remove the bottom bar and unwind the spring a quarter turn at a time, leapfrogging the winding bars with each turn.
For starters, you can deactivate the nocks for practicing purposes with a quarter turn of the nock collar.
The line utilizes a quarter turn bayonet style coupling nut with a locking feature for standard SMP/SMPM interfaces.
Guerster's yoke-like device, currently in the concept stage, requires only a quarter turn in either direction from the straight-ahead position, enabling the driver to keep his or her hands in the same position on the device at all times.