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leveler

[′lev·ə·lər]
(engineering)
A back scraper, drag, or other form of device for smoothing land.
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ISLAMABAD -- The government would provide 12,000 laser land levelers to farmer across the country on subsidized rates in order to enhance efficiencies of irrigation water and to ensure conservation of the precious natural resource.
The TKO VertiCool sectional dock door is engineered for use with vertical storing dock levelers. In addition to minimizing energy use, the door is also more cost effective than a standard sectional door and more cost efficient than a vertical rise freezer door.
This is the latest GPS feature on the Terrain Leveler SEM.
FAISALABAD -- The agriculture department has sought applications from farmers of the district for providing them 99 laser land levelers on subsidized rates under Punjab government's farmer friendly policies.
Installing a seal under the leveler can offer a barrier against the elements on the facility's exterior.
Blue Giant has introduced a new line of hydraulic dock levelers with capacities from 25,000 to 40,000 pounds to meet the needs of shippers desiring a rugged, dependable dock with the operational ease and safety of hydraulic operation.
The contacts, designed to remote-control dock levelers, are made by Sentrol Industrial, a Tualatin, OR-based maker of non-contact safety interlock switches for a variety of industrial applications.
(SI), one of North America's leading manufacturers of dock levelers, seals and vehicle restraints under the Poweramp, DLM and McGuire brands.
"Because the way the leveler is designed," he adds, "it will be much easier to maintain than our older, aging equipment."
The Trimble GCS900 Grade Control System for Vermeer T1255III Direct Drive Terrain Leveler SEMs is available globally through the SITECH dealer channel.
The ENERGY GUARD provides a perimeter seal along the sides and rear hinge of a dock leveler to block dirt, debris, and insects and, most importantly, prevent energy loss.
Steve Sprunger, vice president for sales and marketing at Carrollton, Texas-based 4 Front, explains that his firm's push-button system requires operators to follow a rigid sequence that locks a mechanical arm around the bumper of the trailer to restrain it; opens the overhead door; deploys the dock leveler; inflates the dock seal around the door opening; and activates the dock lights.