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straddle

/strad·dle/ (strad´'l)
1. to extend over or across, to be on both sides.
2. to have one leg on each opposite side of something.
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The new MICHELIN X-STRADDLE 2 is available in 450/95R25 size for single spreader straddle carriers in original equipment and replacement markets.
While a comprehensive discussion of the straddle rules is not within the scope of this item, the straddle rules include (1) the wash-sale rule under Temp.
The Combilift straddle carrier has a 35 tonne capacity and offers complete independence for the transportation of containers and similarly oversized loads.
The straddle agreement between the parties would allow NGP to process natural gas delivered through Panhandle Eastern's Haven compressor station.
We brought maintenance of straddle carriers back in-house at the end of February as part of a strategy to ensure we protect our future growth by ensuring we have the relevant core skills within our own business.
A spokesman for Peel said: "Our fleet of straddle carriers have an outstanding safety record and this is both a very unusual and isolated incident.
com)-- Air Technical Industries introduces a new adjustable straddle crane in 2000, 4000, and 6000 lbs.
Long straddle provides opportunities for unlimited rewards and limited risk, whereas short straddle offers limited rewards and unlimited risk.
Standard fork lengths are 45" for fork-over models and 42" for straddle units, but forks are available in other lengths.
Both accommodate all types of open-bottom pallets or skids, and the straddle configuration also works with closed bottoms.
The fork over design works with any type of open-bottom pallet or skid, and the straddle style accommodates any pallet or skid, even those with closed bottoms.
The "Fork Over" design works with any type of open-bottom pallet or skid; and the straddle style accommodates any pallet or skid, even those with closed bottoms.