grouser


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.

grouser

[′grau̇s·ər]
(engineering)
A temporary pile or a heavy, iron-shod pole driven into the bottom of a stream to hold a drilling or dredging boat or other floating object in position. Also known as spud.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Liu, when a tracked robot with grousers makes contact at the peak of a step, as shown in Figure 8, the equivalent friction coefficient (the value calculated from the force affecting it in the peripheral direction divided by the force affecting it in the normal direction) at the contact point A [[phi].sub.A] can be calculated by [14]
We Couch Grousers number 50 million, an indisputable majority.
Less than half of the Grousers have, while only a quarter of Basic Browns say they have seen such labels.
To ensure a solid footing, in most conditions, both single and double grouser shoes are available.
Harvester -- The Timbco T-415C with an 18-inch series 2000 four roller Fabtek head is a 200-hp tracked harvester with double grouser tracks.
Replace pads that are severely damaged or worn down to the grouser.
Boasting a heavier undercarriage, the FTX100 LGP offers both 16-and 20-track shoe options in single or triple grouser. These options allow the contractor to outfit the machine for rough terrain or soft ground conditions where a light footprint or reduced ground disturbance is important.
clinker breaker to gain access to the lower section of the grizzly to cut, weld, and install new grouser bars.
For less demanding applications than scrap metal, BLS itself markets rubber track pads, including the Artliner product that can be put into place on an existing grouser by tapping a pin into a locking clip.
Tenders are invited for Jcb Js 200 Hyp Excavator Em No 07q-3114qx Of 92 Rcc Sfar80x Assy 8 Sprocket, Chain Track Grouser 46 Link
To enhance durability in demolition applications, the 336D L can be equipped with heavy-duty triple grouser tack shoes for long wear and solid traction.