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Above and below, the Barnes Gyratory roundabout in Sunderland
Stacey Labour cabinet member for roads Coun Stewart Stacey said: "Everyone who visits the east of Birmingham knows about the problems with Bromford Gyratory.
TEMP-AVIA is a high-tech company specialized in design and production of gyratory equipment for aircraft and missiles.
The Roe Street Gyratory and bus station were in place by the early 1970s, and the Stork was demolished in 1975, leaving only the few streets between Williamson Square and Whitechapel as an echo of what had gone before.
Users can choose between a gentle 3-D gyratory rocking action or see-saw wave action.
Large-scale gyratory systems also increase the need for road signage and pedestrian control systems.
The low-profile configuration employs two unbalanced-weight gyratory motors mounted on opposing exterior sidewalls of the unit, instead of one motor positioned beneath the screening chamber, reducing minimum height requirements significantly.
The society claimed yesterday the 'Temporary One Way Gyratory System' will dramatically increase traffic in the city centre.
The long-stroke, gyratory motion (four times as long as that of vibratory screeners) spreads pellets evenly across the full width of the unit.
Mounted to the bottom of the unit is a high-torque, one-horsepower gyratory motor with a double-extension shaft at the top and the bottom ends of the motor.
Secondary crushing is accomplished by either an HP100 cone crusher or GP200S gyratory crusher.
Also, the surge bin is isolated on rubber mounts and vibrated with a gyratory motor to ensure steady flow into the small surge hopper of the flexible screw conveyor.