crank handle

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Synonyms for crank handle

crank used to start an engine

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Lightweight black powder-coated aluminium frame; plus crank handle and locking mechanism for quick effortless raising or lowering (max headroom 2m/7ft)
Then loosen the crank handle setscrew and remove the handle and operator cover.
The design of the Elcometer 506 ensures that a uniform force can be easily applied throughout the range by smoothly rotating the gauge's crank handle, ensuring repeatable results to an accuracy of [+ or -]1%.
In the event of interruption or a power failure, the door can be opened manually using a crank handle.
With the first cartridge gripped between the upper and lower portions of the gib on top of the extractor, pulling the crank handle onto the roller once more, while at the same time pulling the belt again sharply to the left and then releasing the crank handle to go forward, the first round is withdrawn from the belt and the second cartridge will be gripped by the extractor's gib.
Though that didn't save him from meeting a gory end, impaled by a crank handle.
The input crank handle has a primary brake that will prevent movement of the load upon release of the handle.
The manual crank handle is conveniently located at working height and the crank handle has a molded plastic grip for comfort and safety.
The Model 1877 Bulldog comes complete with barrel alignment tools to help in reassembling the gun after a complete tear-down, original-style bolt tool, five loading blocks and a crank handle collar to protect the rear shaft when the handle is not attached.
It was a small machine consisting of a clamp to hold it on the table, a three-pronged part to hold the apple securely; a "moveable" blade and a crank handle to turn the apple.
The body of the crank handle is aluminum with a black powder-coated pebble finish and a light gray plastic hub cover, whereas the retractable handle is made of black phenolic plastic.
In Newcastle Gaol (pictured in background), hard labour first class involved turning 12,000 times a day a crank handle attached to a box containing heavy weights.
The 3/4" size has a crank handle, and depth from screw center to pipe is 11/16".