For decades, seeing eye dogs have been used by visually impaired or blind individuals. These highly trained dogs specialize in keeping the user safe from obstacles and hazards during their daily lives when they travel. While these exceptional animals are a valuable companion to the user,
CITS is an acronym from Crankcase Independent Two-Stroke. This patented technology retains the renown simplicity, low-maintenance, and superior weight and cost to power ratios of the two-stroke, and then eliminates their total-loss-lubrication and emissions burden.
Restoring Elevator Carrying Capacity During the Era of Social Distancing via Disinfected Airflow and Ultraviolet Flash
Elevators are a critical element of "last mile" transportation infrastructure in high population density environments whose carrying capacity is severely constrained by recent social distancing recommendations.
We are glad to representing our own Electronic scooter witch perform amazing results in cross-country ability, safety, range and speed.
All components of our own design and we proud of 3 general features(patent pending) in our scooter: motor wheel with liquid cooling system, hydraulic brake system, Suspension.
Frame steered construction vehicles, Articulated Dump Trucks (ADT), Wheeled Loaders, are known to be unstable at elevated speeds presenting safety/productivity concerns. Literature on this issue deals only with measures such as control systems to reduce instability.
The cause of instability, rear wheel steer, is not addressed.
This bearing design is meant to reduce, as much as possible, sliding contact between load bearing rolling elements inside an axial bearing. It's designed to do this by employing spherical rolling elements which are stacked in three intermeshed,
This tapered roller bearing design employs 3 stacked layers of tapered rollers such that any two consecutive tapered rollers with the same one layer of rollers are kept separated, a small distance apart, so that they cannot come into contact and rub against each other, causing friction and load.
Currently all commercial continuously variable transmissions (CVT’s) in the automotive industry function on a friction drive principle. This friction drive interface exists between two hardened smooth steel surfaces separated by a traction fluid film. Traction fluid has the unique property in that it solidifies under high pressure,
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