guide frame

guide frame

[′gīd ‚frām]
(mining engineering)
A frame held rigidly in place by roof jacks or timbers, with provisions for attaching a shaker conveyor pan line to the movable portion of the frame; prevents jumping or side movement of the pan line.
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You can remove the guide frame to see how you are going.
Since the sealing unit is located on the side of the strap guide frame rather than below it, process liquids or other foreign particles flow away without soiling it.
Installed instead of the Slide Rail panels, the sheeting guide frame allows two-feet wide overlapping KD-6 sheeting to be positioned tightly around the crossing utility while maintaining "positive" pressure against the outside soil all the way to grade.
Ross used a 16 by 16 by 24-foot deep, foursided Slide Rail/Shore-Trak cross trench utility combination system with a 16-foot guide frame, seven 2-feet by 30-feet Shore-Trak pin-in-place panels, and an internal waler to shore the excavation and protect the adjacent pipe structures.
The panels slide through a guide frame and lock in place away from utility lines.
The system consisted of two, 16 foot Shore-Trak (cross-trench utility shielding system) guide frames that connect to corner and linear Slide Rail posts and eight 2-foot wide by 20-foot tall Shore-Trak panels that were inserted through the guide frame and pinned in place at the necessary height above the tunnel.