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HVT,

n high-velocity/low-amplitude thrusts; a set of techniques used in manipulative therapy for the thorax, spine, and pelvis; distinguishable by quick thrusting impulses by the practitioner. Also called
mobilization with impulse, adjustment, and
grade V mobilization.
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Dana Rexroth HVTs enable sensitive, precise vehicle positioning with a stepless drive that offers improved acceleration while maintaining tractive effort.
Frank Adams, of HVT, said: "It's a very important service.
Efforts should be made to understand how decisions are (and will be) made to add new tools to the prevention package offered to HVT participants.
The HVT R2 will be exhibited by Dana as part of a 21-tonne (23-ton) drivetrain system for front-end loaders in stand 5A K 064 at Intermat.
HVT is based on the simple premise that when we feel good our energy field vibrates at a faster rate.
Teleflex, Arrow, Chlorag+ard, ErgoPack, Gibeck, Humid-Flo, HVT, ISIS, and Softech are trademarks or registered trademarks of Teleflex Incorporated or its affiliates.
The HVT R2 is available for prototypes, and production is expected to begin within the next 12 months, depending on OEM adoption.
Teleflex, Arrow, ArrowEVOLUTION, ErgoPack, Chlorag+ard, ISIS, HVT, Gibeck, Softech, Humid-Flo and VPS are trademarks or registered trademarks of Teleflex Incorporated or its affiliates.
Engineers expect the R2 HVT to enter field testing across a wide spectrum of market vehicles by the end of the year, with production slated to begin within the next 12 months, depending on OEM adoption.
Dana Rexroth's R2 Hydromechanical Variable Transmission (HVT) Currently undergoing bench testing in the final validation stage of development, Dana Rexroth's R2 HVT is expected to enter field testing across a wide spectrum of market vehicles by the end of the year, with production slated to begin within the next 12 months, depending on OEM adoption.
Initial tests on front end loaders with the new HVT powersplit systems demonstrate fuel savings in the drivetrain of up to 20 percent when compared with the same vehicle outfitted with a conventional torque converter transmission.
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