athey wagon

athey wagon

[′ath·ē ‚wag·ən]
(petroleum engineering)
Equipment for fighting oil-field fires consisting of a track-mounted boom with a hook on the end that is used to remove debris, deliver explosives, or position a new wellhead.
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Then a specialist brings in an Athey wagon, heavy machinery with a long boom.
Workers then use a cutting tool to cut off the damaged wellhead and remove it using the Athey wagon's hook.