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stationary

(stā′shŭn-ĕr-ē) [L. stationarius, belonging to a station]
Remaining in a fixed condition.
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ClickPress, Fri Apr 10 2015] Stationary Cycles Market by Type (Upright Stationary Cycles, Recumbent Stationary Cycles, Others), by End User (Health Clubs, Vertical Markets, Home Fitness) - Global Forecast to 2019
Generally, the stationary balers are going to make a smaller, tighter bundle," Wycoff says.
If you retrofit only half a section, then you need different equipment in place to maintain the rotating syphon system and the stationary system, since it takes a lot more differential pressure to run a rotating syphon system.
High obesity incidence and a colossal patient pool who suffer from cardiovascular diseases have also influenced the increasing awareness, eventually driving the growth of the European stationary cycle market.
Although the bars can be used in any dryer, Johnson reports that the cross-section of the tube bar has been specifically optimized for use with the Johnson PTX stationary syphon.
The stationary platen supports the tiebars and four short-stroke pressure pads that build up clamp force.
Not only do these machines offer processors the ability to go where the work is-whether it's inside their own yards or at a customer's location--they can also free operators from the installation expenses associated with stationary machines and the permitting often required with those machines.
2 to 2 mm as they interacted with ink in model solutions and dispersions in a stationary bubble facility and a bubble suspending facility designed to model the flow in a DAF unit.