winding drum

winding drum

(ˈwaɪndɪŋ)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) a rotating drum usually grooved to nest a wire rope which is wound onto it as part of the mechanism of a hoist
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During the winding, the reel slides on horizontal guides, weighing down on the vertical axis, and not pushing up against the winding drum. The result is simpler and more precise control of contact pressure that avoids excessive compaction of the roll, which can create problems during unwinding, Macchi says.
She heard the faint rumble of the winding drum starting to unspool.
Additional standard features include separate AC Vector drives to provide differential draw between each winding drum, a shaftless unwind with dual pneumatic brakes, motorized chucking to accommodate various unwind core lengths, and unwind roll pickup from floor.
As the implement approached the anchor it tripped a clutch, causing a winding drum on the anchor to turn with the haulage rope, pulling the anchor for ward the required distance by another rope attached to a ground anchor, tree or post ahead of the moving anchor.
The winch is a Profi Puller 1800 model fitted with a split winding drum and is used for hauling loads on a flatbed wheeled trolley running in a guidance track over a connecting bridge between the production and compression platforms.
The winch is a Profi Puller 1800 model, fitted with a split winding drum and is used for hauling loads on a flatbed wheeled trolley running in a guidance track over a connecting bridge between the production and compression platforms.
Elevators with a winding drum need less than 21 amps to start up but 21 also as a running current.
The great winding drum varied from 14ft to 24ft in diameter, and we were told that the steel cable which alternately twined and untwined itself round the drums weighed eight tonnes.
Tenders are invited for Portable Cable Winding Drum To Hold 50 Mtrs Cable 3 Core X 2.5 Sqmm Copper Round Flexible Cable Suitable For 230 V 50Hz Supply With Cable Make- Mastra Inc Or Similar.
The winding tools to develop roll hardness are web tension, nip pressure (from a pressure or lay-on roll or winding drum) and winding torque from a center drive when center/surface winding film webs.
A haulage band was run to each side from a winding drum across the field, around a pulley on a movable anchor cart and back to the other winding drum.
The concept of individual winding drum control grew up in successive steps, on the basis of previously achieved results.