A machine which simultaneously molds and cures (vulcanizes) a pneumatic tire.



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CURLING MACHINE

A machine with curling dies; used to curl the ends of cans.

EQUALIZER

  1. A network designed to compensate for an undesired amplitude-frequency or phase-frequency response of a system or component; usually a combination of coils, capacitors, and resistors. Also known as equalizing circuit. 2. A bar to which one attaches a vehicle's whiffletrees to make the pull of draft animals equal. Also known as equalizing bar. 3. A bar which joins a pair of axle springs on a railway locomotive or car for equalization of weight. Also known as equalizing bar. 4. A device which distributes braking force among independent brakes of an automotive vehicle. Also known as equalizer brake. 5. A machine which saws wooden stock to equal lengths.

DOUBLE ACTING COMPRESSOR

A machine in which compression takes place on both strokes per revolution in each compressing element.

OIL RING

Rubber sealing ring also called o-ring. The most common seal used in hydraulic, pneumatic and other systems. Applied against gases and fluids.

COTTRELL PRECIPITATOR

A machine for removing dusts and mists from gases, in which the gas passes through a grounded pipe with a fine axial wire at a high negative voltage, and particles are ionized by the corona discharge of the wire and migrate to the pipe.

ASPHALT CUTTER

A powered machine having a rotating abrasive blade; used to saw through bituminous surfacing material.

CHIPPING HAMMER

A hand or pneumatic hammer with chisel-shaped or pointed faces used to remove rust and scale from metal surfaces.

FAIL SAFE

Any device that either shuts down or prevents the start of a machine or system when there is a drop or loss of pressure, flow or level, etc.

CRANE

A machine designed for moving and lifting weight by means of a movable projecting arm or a horizontal beam, which is able to travel over a certain distance.

TURBINE

A machine that develops rotary power by directing a high-velocity fluid against blades mounted around the rim of a wheel. As a high-velocity fluid passes through a turbine, it pushes against the blades and causes the wheel to turn. The rotation of the wheel turns the axle, which drives the connected machinery.

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