two-speed

two-speed

adj
1. (of a transmission system) having two settings
2. (of an economic system) allowing one sector to grow at a faster rate than another
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Figure 5 shows the results of such an analysis, which simulates the above-described two-speed tensile test of the FKM compound by using its viscoelastic property obtained from a DMA test.
* Features Automatic Power Control (APC), HydrauMind[TM] hydraulics and the only standard two-speed transmission in the industry
Geartek has added a new two-speed motor to its gear pump and motor product line.
The PC 50 delivers a 63"x49" table (1600x1250 mm), a 60-hp two-speed headstock with a flexible bar-type spindle that can handle a table load of 25,000 lb.
Not only is it stunning to look at but it is amazingly robust - its two-speed motor allows it to crush ice.
The last model can run for up to 28 hours and has a two-speed fan control.
Both models are powered by a 26-horsepower liquid-cooled diesel engine and feature two-speed travel motors.
A two-speed polymer weigher and intermediate feeding conveyor are included, with an automatic bale lifting system, rotary stock feeder and cutter.
The two-speed version is designed to provide the optimum speed ratio for high torque in the working range with high speed in the travel range.
The company also has a two-speed tabletop humidifier with a 3.5-gallon output at a retail of $54.99.
The 20-hp work spindle and 10-hp tool spindle are each driven by a two-speed gearbox.
The 21D Series 2, 221D Series 2 and 321D Series 2 are equipped with a two-speed, hydrostatic transmission that allows travel speeds up to 12.4 mph.