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tilt

 
1. to tip away from an upright position.
2. a condition of being tilted.
pelvic tilt an anteroposterior motion of the pelvis around an imaginary axis in the frontal plane.

tilt

(tilt),
Slope.
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The containers also reportedly provide increased loading speed by allowing the tilter to be positioned directly below silos.
"According to a national study conducted by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, more than half of parents of teenagers had tilters installed on the computers their child uses to block objectionable content, yet many do not utilize any form of personal monitoring, particularly for older teens."
Drivers, you know how important it is to keep vehicle air tilters clean in the desert.
Featuring capacitance tolerances of +50/-20 percent, the tilters have dc resistance ratings of less than 0.15 ohms.
The Bag or Cartridge range of tilters will separate particles down to 1 micron with a working life of 4000 to 6000 hours.
Tilting trains become a viable option after success was seen with similar trains in Japan and France and in 1990 proposals were announced for 155mph 'tilters' to be introduced on the West Coast Main Line.
Entitled "Improve Productivity and Safety with Efficient Lifting and Positioning," the full-color brochure shows models in various product lines, such as work positioning tables, special use lift tables, container tilters, pallet handling equipment, and portable lifts.
These plinth mounted tilters feature remote valve lever control to allow greater ease of operation in a limited space, whilst maintaining precise control over the tipping action itself.
Kohlstedt also replaces broken or missing slats, tilters and wands in shutters.
tilters 2893753 Braids from ferrous metals without electrical insulation
Models include the XZ floor level lifts with a pan-style platform that handles up to 6,000 pounds; U-lift roll-in lift tables that allow pallet truck forks to roll into the platform while the pallet rests over the outside platform beams; P4 floor-level loaders with footswitch control for pallet loading and unloading; and ZRT container tilters that tip bins weighing up to 4,000 pounds to any angle from 0 to 89 degrees for ergonomic access.
A line of five different E-Z Reach container tilters makes it easier for workers to access parts in bulk bins while minimizing stretching, reaching and bending.