loading shovel

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A self-powered machine equipped with a front-mounted bucket and lift arms for pushing and raising a load of earth or other construction materials; usually mounted on wheels or crawler-track undercarriage.
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He said he then reported his concerns about working too close to the hammer mill and the loading shovel to the HSE.
The company is also offering three new mini excavators and expanding its range of compact wheeled loading shovels with two new models.
A HSE spokesman said: ``It is believed that the man was crushed between a fork lift truck and a caterpillar loading shovel.
Tenders are invited for Delivery of a remote-controlled demolition machine with sorting gripper, concrete cutter and loading shovel for the inter-company training of the construction mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology
m and a low feed-in height and optional extensions allows the machine to be fed by any primary crusher or directly with a loading shovel.
Sources say Aaron McCauley, 10, was helping his older brother Matthew and father Maurice on a loading shovel when it slid down an embankment at their farm on the Rathfriland Road in Ballyward, Co Down.
Showing its commitment to the Indian market, JCB India is also gaining strength in the Tracked Excavator and the Wheeled Loading Shovel segment all over India.
JCB India is also gaining strength in the Tracked Excavator, Compaction equipment and the Wheeled Loading Shovel segment all over India and has created history in India by selling its 100001st machine recently.
Michael Woodhouse, a labourer at the firm until April 2009, told how he was about 30ft away when he saw the loading shovel, driven by Paul O'Neill, strike Mr Burns, as he walked across the yard.
An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found the loading shovel driver initially thought he had just hit the wall and had not realised he had struck someone.