hydraulic ram


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a water pump that uses the kinetic energy of flowing water to force a small fraction of that water to a reservoir at a higher level

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A further measure may be required to cover the top of the rotor, to limit material feed and put the hydraulic ram in full control of the process.
I completed my research on hydraulic rams in 1985, and I was fortunate to be able to install hydraulic rams in Haiti and conduct hydraulic ram assessments in Ethiopia.
After lowering a bag into the conditioner frame, two hydraulic rams fitted with contoured plates press opposing sides of the bulk bag to loosen the material.
remains in business today, making hydraulic ram pumps in Nanticoke, Pa.
He said the first time he was accompanied by gardai from the regional response unit with a hydraulic ram.
True, the hydraulic ram pump lost its use when electricity was invented.
Features include a hydraulic ram with a chain pulley mechanism, a 220- to 240- volt, 3 phase, 20A electric motor with post-mounted hydraulic pump and reservoir, and user-friendly controls mounted on the post or used remotely with a 12-foot cord.
Features include a hydraulic ram with a chain pulley mechanism, a 220 to 240 volt, three phase, 20A electric motor with post-mounted hydraulic pump and reservoir, and user-friendly controls mounted on the post or used remotely with a 12-foot cord.
The unit incorporates industry-leading technology and attractive features such as guide columns constructed of 6-inch wide-flange structural steel and a hydraulic ram with large 2-1/2" diameter dual pistons that deliver a smooth, positive lifting motion.
Most importantly, the B-Yachts model line-up brings to small yachts the latest composite construction techniques in hulls and rig, together with hydraulic ram sheeting and traveller technology originally developed to handle the huge sail loads and automated sail handling required by sailing superyachts.
Barwell has been building machines for the rubber industry since 1926 and says it was the first to develop and use hydraulic ram extrusion technology.
Its four 50-tonne gates are each operated by a 21-tonne hydraulic ram and control the river's flow.
diameter rotor has 30 indexable cutting inserts, is powered by a 60-hp motor, turns at 100-145rpms, and is fed by a 2--speed hydraulic ram.
You may also want to take a look at The Complete Hydraulic Ram Manual, by Tom Moates, $20 (available from the Countryside Bookstore).
The series features 33-ton hydraulic ram force, a flexible 20-station turret, up to four clamps, programmable clamp setting for virtually 100 percent materials utilization, and digital punch control.