chainless


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chainless

(ˈtʃeɪnlɪs)
adj
having no chain or chains
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Further to enhance the safety of riders, bicycles will be chainless and safe pedals will be used.
Company now offers a chainless transport system for its Hamba range of cup.
In a far-fromscientific or expert exercise, I tried the three-speed Hourbike, Arriva DB and BicinCitta bikes and, while I found them all comfortable, functional and easy-to-ride (as they should be, bearing in mind they are aimed at people of all ages, abilities, shapes and sizes), I had a clear favourite - the chainless Hourbike (this and the Arriva DB instead have something called a shaft drive - apparently).
The trike, a light-weight, chainless and pedal-less three-wheeled vehicle that can easily be folded, will make patrolling more efficient in paid parking areas.
The Armorbelt is said to be a popular choice for heavy duty conveying because of its clean, modern design, compact, fully-enclosed body, chainless design, utilization of modular construction that allows lightweight belt design for heavy slat loading, and ball beating rollers on the load side of the belt.
Research and Markets said the 132-page report reveals that China's bicycle makers are hoping to increase exports through such product innovations as chainless and folding bikes.
A few of the many standard features include large diameter tooling capacity, pneumatic receding chip breakers and chainless feed inverter drive.
Southland Coal in New South Wales ordered a 30 mm pan line complete with chainless haulage and a full complement of spill plates.
Chainless rack and pinion pulldown and a PLC are just two of the numerous features that provide for ease of operation and extend component life.