power takeoff


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power takeoff

n. Abbr. PTO
A mechanism attached to a motor vehicle engine that supplies power to a nonvehicular device, such as a pump or pneumatic hammer.
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Noun1.power takeoff - a device that transfers power from an engine (as in a tractor or other motor vehicle) to another piece of equipment (as to a pump or jackhammer)
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
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ENPNewswire-August 5, 2019--BEST-IN-CLASS POWER TAKEOFF OUTPUT NOW STANDARD ON 2020 FORD SUPER DUTY CHASSIS CAB WITH POWER STROKE DIESEL
In January, the firm acquired Boss Industries, a maker of power takeoff and engine driven rotary screw air technology.
fuel: diesel; fuel tank: 40 gallon capacity; engine: 6.7 diesel or equal; electrical: battery two (2) 12 volt 750 cca; alternator 200 amp; transmission: 6-speed torque, automatic with power takeoff provision and overspeed control on pto.
New Idea lived up to its name, producing the first pull-type picker built exclusively for tractor operation with a power takeoff (and the first to successfully pick.
I'm a contractor in Kuwait, and we found an issue with the power takeoff (PTO) control assemblies for M939-series trucks.
I bought a '63 Massey model 65 Dieselmatic--4-cylinder diesel with 50 horsepower, live power takeoff, power steering and differential lock--for $1,900.
According to the district attorney, the former pitcher appeared to have been working on his truck "when his clothes became entangled in the truck's power takeoff shaft." Such shafts are typically used to transmit power from a tractor or other source to mowers, choppers and other implements.
They also feature calibrated regulators, power takeoff, pilot pump and electrical proportional solenoid.
Options include an additional key switch for governed speed, cable for secondary helm, front power takeoff, hot water system and fuel prefilter with water separator.
Transfluid Industrial Transmissions in Pero, Italy, designed its model HFO hydraulic-actuated power takeoff to convert the energy of high-speed industrial engines up to 1,100 horsepower into mechanical muscle for chippers, grinders, and the like.
The pump is mounted on the front of the truck's engine and coupled directly to the crankshaft-driven power takeoff. Operating speeds range from idle to 2600 rpm during "compaction on the move," and output pressure requirements range up to 175 bar (2500 psi) for fixed displacement operations.