The outer slide of a double-action power press; it is usually operated by toggles or cams.



Related Terms

PEAK DEMAND

The greatest amount of power needed during a demand interval.

GRAPHITE ANODE

  1. One of the electrodes of graphite used in a mercury cell to produce chlorine by electrolysis. 2. The rod of graphite which is inserted into the mercury-pool cathode of an ignitron to start current flow. 3. The collector of electrons in a beam power tube or other high-current tube.

TRACTOR

Unit of highway motive power used to pull one or more trailers/containers.

HOT SAW

A power saw used to cut hot metal.

AMP

A unit of electrical power and abbreviation of ampere.

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY

The ability of a material to conduct heat, expressed as thermal power conducted per unit temperature and thickness. Metals and other thermal 'conductors' have a large thermal conductivity. Refractories and other thermal 'insulators' have a low thermal conductivity.

ANSI-B.31.1

MACHINE RATING

The power that a machine can draw or deliver without overheating.

ELECTRIC POWER STATION

A generating station or an electric power substation.

COG BELT

A flexible device used for timing and for slip-free power transmission.

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