Gearmotors

(627 companies)
Gearmotors consist of an AC or DC motor with an integral gearbox or gear head typically used to adjust the motor's output speed and torque.

Headlamps

(51 companies)
Headlamps are light sources that attach to a person 's head or helmet with flexible straps. They are used in dark or low-light environments where personnel need the use of both hands to perform an operation or activity.
Welding helmets and goggles provide personal and facial protection against intense light, weld spatter, and hot debris. They consist of a filtering light medium and a protective head and/or eye covering.

Eye Nuts

(73 companies)
Eye nuts (eyenuts) are fasteners with a looped head. They are designed to receive a hook or rope.

Clevises

(27 companies)
Clevises are U-shaped fasteners that are used with a clevis pin to connect to a tang or clevis mount. Clevis fasteners are used to connect products such as cylinders, trailers and structural members subjected to tension loads only. Clevis fasteners are used in many industries, such as agriculture, marine, aerospace, construction, and manufacturing.
...on its axis, the spindle head starts rotating to the point of forming a hole of a specified diameter. The spindle head incorporates a mechanism with inner and outer eccentric bodies. Their arrangement facilitates mutual rotation to maintain the tool...

Connection Heads

(58 companies)
Connection heads, also referred to as thermoheads or thermocouple heads, provide a means for connecting temperature sensors and extension wires.

Fusible Alloys

(14 companies)
Fusible alloys have low melting points, usually below 300 o F. Many fusible alloys have eutectic compositions. Fusible alloys are used as work holders, electroforming mandrels, tube bending aids, fire sprinkler parts, steam boiler relief plug, resin casting or potting molds, fuse parts, thermostat components, switch parts, thermal management products, lens blocking alloys, and wax pattern injection dies.
Riveters and riveting machines insert fasteners through aligned holes in parts to be joined, then press or hammer them from the insertion side to provide the second retaining head.

Tank Heads

(23 companies)
Tank heads are the end caps on cylindrically-shaped pressure vessels. They generally comply with ASME standards or similar codes because of the high pressures they must withstand for use with gas storage tanks, driving cylinders, distillation towers, and reactors.

Flatbed Cutters

(25 companies)
Flatbed cutters use a large, flat work surface and an X-Y cutting head to cut materials such as paper, vinyl, cardboard, textiles, glass, and other materials.

Headsets

(284 companies)
Headsets are designed to hold earphones to a user 's head for radio or telephone communications. They include transducers and a transmitter, and are designed to receive audible signals from a source such as a portable media player or audio amplifier. Often, headsets are bundled with microphones for two-way communication. The main benefit of headsets is that they let users listen privately, and make it easier to hear in noisy environments.

Axial Flow Pumps

(81 companies)
...pumps which move fluid axially through an impeller. They provide high flow rate and low head, but some models can be adjusted to run efficiently at different conditions by changing the impeller pitch. Advantages. Disadvantages. Highest flow rates...
...on-site inspections. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tests prescription medications for safety and effectiveness before pharmaceutical companies make these drugs available to the public. The purpose of the United States Department of Agriculture...

Impact Hammers

(58 companies)
Impact hammers are used in structural and modal analysis to determine component or system response to impacts of varying amplitude and duration. A hammer with a force transducer in its head is paired with an accelerometer on the component being tested to compare impact and response.

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