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lifter

[′lif·tər]
(mining engineering)
A shothole drilled near the floor when tunneling, and fired subsequent to the cut and relief holes.
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Potential licensees in the bathroom accessories industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize Portable Toilet Seat Lifter on a worldwide basis.
Although only engines built after June 19th, 2009, appear affected, the sudden demand has disrupted the supply chain for lifters to the extent that the industry--and the FAA--are relenting on the standard recommendation that lifters be replaced.
The federation was banned in 2004 and 2006, penalised for three or more lifters testing positive within a calender year.
The MC3 is said to be a groundbreaking new fully self-contained lifter designed with the underground utility contractor in mind.
In order for an exercise to be as productive as possible, the resistance must oppose the force that's generated by the lifter by 180 degrees.
(Flexco) has announced the introduction of Flex-Lifter[TM], a conveyor belt lifter with a 4,000 lb.
The VT-Series Tube Lifter for plastic bags and non-woven sacks features a vacuum pad attachment with dual foam seal rings for a secure grip.
A vacuum tube lifter equipped with a pad attachment with six foam seal vacuum cups has been introduced for handling rubber sheet and other flimsy materials.
"The actual aircraft hasn't been designed yet, but initial analysis suggests the joint heavy lifter will be too large to operate from current and programmed amphibious shipping.
* Provides a constant hydraulic flow to the cart lifter system, ensuring the lifter operates at the recommended speed
ARJO, Incorporated, is releasing its first-ever Heavy Duty Lifter for the bariatric patient population.
Eliminate manual lifting of coils with a strap-coil lifter designed to load steel and plastic strap coils onto dispensers for transportation through workspaces.