A wheel having a groove in the rim for a rope to work in, and set in a block, mast, or the like; the wheel of a pulley.
A wheel with a groove around its circumference to support and contain a rope or cable. Sometimes mistakenly called a pulley.
Grooved pulley that rotates on a pin or bearings and constitutes the moving part of a block
Another name for pulley. Usually refers to brass contact pulley in resistance annealer
(pronounced, "shiv") A wheel or disk with a grooved rim used as a pulley.
(shiv) 1. The wheel inside a block over which a rope runs; 2. The grooved wheel in a block, a masthead fitting, or elsewhere, over which a rope runs
A pulley with integral ball bearings designed to handle a cable and used to control the movements of the cables employed in the door counterbalance system. Various types are stud or clevis.
The wheel in a block upon which the rope works.
The wheel in a pulley which carries the wire or rope.
A wheel with a groved rim. AKA "pulley".
A wheel with a grooved rim, mounted in a frame; a pulley wheel or any similarly grooved wheel, used to guide or change the direction of the rope or cable.
A wheel or disk with a grooved rim. (The inside of a pulley)
(pronounced "shiv") n: 1. a grooved pulley. 2. support wheel over which tape, wire, or cable rides.
a wheel with a grooved rim used with ropes, cables, belts, etc.
a large pulley
a pulley with a grooved rim surface, at the top of the elevator
The grooved pulley wheel in a block.
grooved wheel (pulley) over which a line are passed, part of loftblock or headblock assembly. Sheaves are commonly manufactured from cast iron, steel, and nylon.
The wheel in a pulley block. Submitted by Piers from London, UK.
The wheel in a block which turns as the rope runs through.
wheel with a grooved rim in which a rope runs and changes its direction; used with block and tackle
A grooved wheel or roller in a block or pulley over which the rope passes.
The grooved wheel/pulley that uses a chain or a rope to change the direction and point of application of the pulling force.
a wheel mounted in bearings and having one or more grooves over which a rope or ropes may pass.
Often used in drive systems, it is a wheel with a groove around it that guides or supports a rope, cable or belt.
The grooved wheel in a pulley that a cable rolls on.
A grooved pulley for wire rope.
A grooved pulley for use with rope Warrington - A strand construction in which one layer of wires, usually the outer, is composed of alternating large and small wires
Pronounced "shiv". A grooved wheel or pulley with axle, used for example in a block, to prevent line wear and to change direction of the line.
the wheel of a block pulley
A grooved pulley, used in belt transmissions.
A grooved wheel or pulley used with a rope or chain to change direction and point of application of pulling force.
A wheel or disk with a grooved rim, especially one used as a pulley.
A component with a groove around its circumference to support and contain a rope or cable and a bearing at its center to permit rotation about a shaft.
A grooved pulley wheel for carrying a v-belt.
(pronounced shiv) wheel with grooved edge such as is mounted in a pulley block to guide the cable
A wheel used to change the direction of a line, such as in a block or at the top of the masthead.
A wheel with a grooved rim like the one used in a pulley block to guide the rope or cable.
A sheave (pronounced "shiv") is a wheel or roller with a groove along its edge for holding a belt, rope or cable. When hung between two supports and equipped with a belt, rope or cable, one or more sheaves make up a pulley. The words sheave and pulley are sometimes used interchangeably.