A fitting by which the boom is attached to the mast. May be fixed for sliding.
On a drop-frame chassis, the gooseneck is the upper level at the front of the chassis together with the structure connecting it to the lower level behind it. The gooseneck on the chassis structure fits into the gooseneck tunnel recess of containers built with this feature. This provides the securing and stability for the container at the front. The rear of the container is secured with the normal twistlock assembly.
A swivel fitting that connects the boom to the mast
The front rails of the chassis that raise above the plane of the chassis and engage in the tunnel of a container leading to the connection to tractor.
the curved connection between the rotary hose and the swivel.
A specific type of fitting designed to transition a stair handrail to a horizontal guardrail.
A combination of an easing and a fitting in a rail system which allows the handrail to change heights from an incline back to the level. Placed at landings or at the top of a stair.
The fitting which secures the boom to the mast
A rail fitting used to accommodate transitions in height and/or direction at intermediate and balcony landings.
The mechanical device connecting the boom and the mast.
In sailing, a fitting which holds the boom to the mast.
A handrail fitting consisting of an up-easing, a vertical rail drop and a level cap. It is used at a landing or balcony to raise the rake handrail to the height of the balcony handrail. up
1. solid fitting which connects the end of a boom to the pivot; 2. bend at top of a pipe such as air vent pipe on deck
the fitting that connects the boom to the mast.
hinged fitting that attaches the main boom to the mast.
The fitting used to attach the boom to the mast and which permits the boom to pivot, usually by a universal joint-type action. The gooseneck can also be used to secure the tack of the sail.
The handlebar stem, which fits inside the head tube.
the fitting which joins the boom to the mast. It should allow the boom to rotate left and right (port and starboard), up and down, and sometimes to rotate on the long axis of the boom. [see related photos: Santa Cruz 52 ] grommets
The uppermost section of a curved staircase fitting.
a device that connects the boom to the mast
An iron hook fitted to the inner end of a boom to secure it to the mast.
pivot that allows main boom to swing on mast
Fitting that attaches the boom to the mast, allowing it to move freely
Universal joint used to secure a boom to a mast.