spreader bar


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spreader bar

A device specially designed to permit the lifting and handling of containers or vehicles and breakbulk cargo.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Or, HC140 developers note, when mounted on other types of equipment, such as a rubber tire gantry or straddle carrier, it is possible to orient the camera for a view of the spreader bar pins.
The adjustable spreader bar for double pads extends from 61 to 85 inches (measured from outside to outside of the seal channels).
"The spreader bar, they made that," he said about a memorable device referenced in the books that Christian Grey used.
The aluminum rsxHAWK weighs just 13.5 pounds and features Summit's Single Cable Spreader, meaning the 20x33-inch foot platform is supported by a single, self-leveling cable with a unique spreader bar below the seat.
Jeffrey Crump with the 943rd Maintenance Squadron, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, prepares a spreader bar to attach to the tow cable of a C-S Galaxy cargo aircraft in preparation to tow an HH606 Pave Hawk on board the cargo aircraft.
The adjustable spreader bar can be set at 21" for big game and 13" for small game and predators.
The simulator replicates full control of the spreader bar, and includes interfaces to correspond with load indicators, trolley position, and a container management system.
With an East Coast trailer, for example, they can add shims to a rigid spread bar or, if the trailer has a nitro version of a spreader bar, use hydraulics to vary the weight distribution.
THAT WILL HELP PM HBCT KEEP AN UPDATED LIST OF ALL SPREADER BAR ASSEMBLIES THAT HAVE BEEN MODIFIED
The gangs trail cables from generators on their boats and attach them to a spreader bar on the sea bed.