twin-screw

twin-screw

(twĭn′skro͞o′)
adj. Nautical
Having two propellers, one on either side of the keel, that usually revolve in opposite directions.

twin-screw

adj
(Nautical Terms) (of a vessel) having two propellers
References in classic literature ?
So there I sat (we were still at port) and learnt what had originally fired my host's ambition to possess what he was pleased to call a "real, genuine, twin-screw, double-funnelled, copper-bottomed Old Master"; it was to "go one better" than some rival legislator of pictorial proclivities.
Ahead of us floats an ancient, aluminum-patched, twin-screw tramp of the dingiest, with no more right to the 5000-foot lane than has a horse-cart to a modern road.
At NPE2018, KraussMaffei Berstorff, Florence, Ky., is showing direct production of PE color masterbatches on a ZE 28 BluePower twin-screw extruder, using what it says is a unique liquid-color compounding process to produce masterbatches of any color in a single cycle, meaning no intermediate mono-concentrate production step.
AXFLOW has announced the introduction of the new Waukesha Universal TS 'twin-screw' rotary positive displacement pump to its portfolio.
A further highlight of the ScrewCon 3 software is the simultaneous on-screen display of right and left screws of the twin-screw extrader.
The 12-millimeter Twin-Screw Compounder is a stainless steel miniature co-rotating twin-screw compounder.
FET is suitable not only for the feeding zone of the ZSK twin screw extruder, but also for the ZS-B twin-screw side feeder that doses powder materials directly into the melt.
The decision to add breakfast cereals to their portfolio follows successful development of a product range on a twin-screw extruder in the APV Baker Innovation Centre at Peterborough, UK.
Harrison initially favored the design advantages of twin-screw turbo head mixers because of their record of excellent sand mix quality combined with easy cleaning and low wear.
The co-rotating twin-screw extruder is used in compounding applications or in the extrusion of production materials.
That's the question faced by food processors who have to decide between single- and twin-screw extruders.