dual-lane


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Adj.1.dual-lane - having a median strip or island between lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions; "a divided highway"
multilane - (of roads and highways) having two or more lanes for traffic
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The EgyptAir fleet currently comprises of a diverse group of single-lane and dual-lane aircraft, including nine 777 model planes and 23 737 model planes.
The dual-lane capability ensures a non-stop flow of multiple boards with no operator intervention.
The tool is available on Vitronics' Centurion dual-lane convection reflow oven for now, but ITW representatives intimated that they haven't ruled out making it available to other vendors.
Currently, the liquid paint line is capable of painting 2,000 to 3,000 parts per day and features an automated conveyor that can move load bars forward and reverse or even stop them independently of every other load bar in the system, a three-stage wash, dry off oven, two paint booths equipped with Fanuc robots applying liquid primer and paint via automated paint mix equipment, a dual-lane energy-efficient cure oven and a load-assist lifter.
Using a Keysight ICT module with dual-lane conveyors, manufacturers also can choose to run multiple ICT tests serially.
The one-way system for cars, left, and the dual-lane system for buses, right, in Kingsway, Swansea
Their combined length is 547 km, and is a mix of dual-lane (127 km) and single-lane (420 km) highway.
This reality, of course, was the driver of dual-lane placement systems many years ago.
While currently operating with a single lane, the facility also has the capability of a dual-lane sale, which enables more efficient and more frequent bidding and gives providers more opportunities to sell their vehicles and buyers more options to bid on the vehicles of their choice.
We have a dual-lane drive-in, new bathrooms, a totally new lobby and a new brick-and-gray exterior that is really attractive.