A pair of front couplings and a pair of rear air spring over shocks couple the cab to the vehicle frame.
A duct (3) in a vehicle is used to blow conditioning air from the left and right sides of the ceiling part (1) of the vehicle above the rear seat into the cabin.
Operating the lift hauler may be accomplished using a remote control or in-cab control panel or mounted control panel near the rear of the vehicle.
A device for cooling a region behind a vehicle engine below or adjacent to a rear side of the cab (12) of a truck (10).
Provided is a manufacturing method that creates a raised-floor/low-floor separation in a cab-over vehicle or the like, such as a van, primarily in a rear cargo compartment.
The cab-anchoring pivots enable the cab to rotate when the vehicle rotates in order to align the cab tangentially to the bend.
The cab further includes a window; a door; a seat disposed in the cabin space; and controls for operating the vehicle disposed in the cabin space.
Removable cab components and a removable cab assembly for a vehicle.
The car comprises a cab and a car frame supporting the cab.
A crane comprising a front car (100), a rear car (200), and a connecting beam (300) connected between an upper car of the front car (100) and an upper car of the rear car (200).
A vibration isolating apparatus for an elevator car is provided between a car compartment and a car frame surrounding the car compartment.
A car node is arranged in an elevator car.
A car stop is supported on the elevator car.
The cabin electrics (8), necessary on the cabin (3), such as cabin computer, connections, communication devices etc, are integrated in an equipment chamber (7a), itself integrated in the cabin roof (7).
cabinet-type automatic camera
When more than one cabin crew member is required, the composition of the cabin crew shall include a senior cabin crew member nominated by the operator.
An apparatus (20) for cleaning using blast cleaning media including a cabinet (22), an evacuation device (26) in communication with the cabinet, and a delivery unit (24) containing cleaning media in communication with the cabinet.
The said cabin (1) is supported by a pair of front ca suspension springs (29) and a pair of rear cab suspension springs (30).
Driving cab (forward control or bonneted): …
Driving cab (forward control or bonneted
Driving cab (cab-over-engine or bonnet) : …
A truck cab and sleeper assembly is shown and described.
Cab support means (13) is provided at the other end of the cab which supports the cab from the chassis and damps pitching of the cab about the single support.
The booth 12 is defined within booth outer walls 18, a booth ceiling 20 and a booth floor 22 that form part of an overall equipment structure 26.
The air current leaving the spray booth (10) is returned to the booth.
Local-Task-lns-Cubicle allows virtual transportation to a Remote-Task-Ins-Cubicle at any remote place and at the same time allows another to transport itself from another Task-lns-Cubicle to the Local-Task-lns-Cubicle.
The Local Cubicle communicates with a Remote Cubicle placed anywhere in the world.
One end of the cage rope is connected with the cage, and the other end of the cage rope is connected with a cage rope anchor (8) which is fixed outside of another side of the cage.
A cage is equipped with an in-cage security camera for covering the cage inside.
An allocated cage determining means (171) determines the allocated cage on the basis of the cage-allocated total evaluation indexes.
The car node is operatively connected to a car safety device arranged at the elevator car.
A first cage bottom sheave (10) and a second cage bottom sheave (9) are arranged below the cage.
The cage rope is wound around the hoisting machine, the first cage bottom sheave and the second cage bottom sheave.
In response to the request, an elevator car other than the emergency personnel elevator car is designated as the evacuation elevator car.
On the car is mounted an emergency stop device for emergency-stopping the car by engaging with a car guide rail.
A (22,42) car status indicator (60) provides information indicative of every position of the car and the velocity of the car.
An in-car rescue device that causes the car to move along the rescue guide body is mounted in the car.
A first upper car-suspending wheel and a second upper-car suspending wheel are provided to the upper car.
A first lower car-suspending wheel and a second lower car-suspending wheel are provided to the lower car.
An elevator car governor (16) is coupled to an elevator car emergency stop device (15) by way of an elevator car governor rope (17).
The door is mounted on the car for lateral movement relative to the car, and is connected to the car by at least one pivotable arm.
An emergency stop device capable of braking the cage is mounted on the cage.
An elevator system includes a microprocessor-based cab controller (33, 34) mounted directly on an elevator car (3, 4).
The cage has a cage speed sensor for directly detecting the cage speed.
Car allocating means allocates a car responding to the landing call out of the candidate cars.
The cage (4) has a cage frame (10) on the top, outside and under the bottom.
Since the bottom plate of the cage is horizontal, the cage is convenient to ride.
The cage guide rails are disposed on the two sides of the cage.
A car frame body supporting a car chamber comprises vertical columns opposed to guide rails which guide the car.
A truck cab and a truck with the same are provided.
A truck includes a cab and a bunk disposed in the cab.
An emergency stop device for preventing the car from falling is mounted on the car.
The doorway of an elevator car is opened and closed by a car door.
The cage includes a weighing machine for detecting the weight of the cage.
Means installed onboard the cabin are used for filtering the air inside the cabin (14).
The hydraulic cylinder is associated with the elevator car for selectively moving the elevator car.