trenching machine

trenching machine

[′trench·iŋ mə‚shēn]
(mechanical engineering)
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They include a commission from the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (COOEC) to build the world's largest subsea trenching machine.
Tenders are invited for Operation Trenching Machine D-0021 for the Year 2017-18
Malzahn's invention of a compact trenching machine paved the way for changes in the way essential utility services are delivered to customers.
One of the highlights of his collection is a trenching machine.
NOS's first contract was a cross-Channel power cable, and the company was introduced to Wallsend-based SMD to develop a subsea trenching machine.
According to Consumers Energy, the donation includes a small diesel-powered trenching machine and ten laptop computers which were no longer being used by the company.
The Auto Trenching Machine (ATM) has been developed by i3 alongside a suite of 'minimal dig' technologies, and facilitates the excavation of narrow gauge trenches for the laying of fibre optic cabling.
The transaction includes the 2007-built advanced trenching machine SUBTRENCH 02.
The most common mistake is trying to move the trenching machine forward, toward the cutting chain, rather than in reverse.
Laser control of a trenching machine was first demonstrated in September 1968 at The Ohio State Farm Science Review.
A contractor's trenching machine broke a natural gas line near Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus around 2 p.
If access provides for a trenching machine, lengths of more than 100 feet that include primarily long straight runs will be more efficiently excavated by machine (Figure 15-3).