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The unique pivoting design of the the Peak 90DSC enables these oversized items to be safely and securely raised from a horizontal to a vertical position during the deployment process, and vice versa when being removed from a wellsite.
It can also be received on NSS 806, frequency: 3803 MHz, horizontal position, symbol rate: 27500, FEC 3/4; Intelsat 9, frequency: 3840 MHz, vertical position, symbol rate: 27690, FEC 7/8 and HotBird, Frequency: 12380 MHz, vertical position, Symbol rate: 27500, FEC 3/4.
A unique feature of the fork is that the dual clamp arms rise to a vertical position allowing the machine to handle pipe stored in racks and approach tall stacks of material without the clamp arms interfering.
The FLipAssist features a pneumatic cylinder on the underside of the cart that allows the hinged tabletop to lower in the center, thus placing a given workpiece in a near vertical position, the company says.
The new ThinkVision L171p, continuing with the leadership tradition that characterizes Lenovo, can be left in the standard horizontal position to work with documents better adapted to this format, or can be rotated to the vertical position when working with websites or with word processing documents.
Closed loop tracking performance, normally a function of lateral tape motion and head/actuator performance, is also influenced by vertical position within the servo band.
Both movements give the students an understanding of buoyancy, learning to balance themselves in the water, and how to recover to a standing vertical position.
Company's DU-SOM drum the operator to automatically pick drums from horizontal or vertical positions in a rack or other storage application and turn them around safely for transport or use.