mechanical loader

mechanical loader

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′lōd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A power machine for loading mineral, coal, or dirt.
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Additionally, the Integrated Tool carrier loader and standard hydraulic coupler can be used to change mechanical loader attachments, such as forks and buckets, from the operator station in less than 30 seconds.
On Cat's new E-Series, the 420E IT model and the 430E IT have pilot-operated backhoe and loader controls, while the 420E and 430E with standard single-tilt loaders have pilot-operated backhoe controls with mechanical loader controls.
Our Battery Transporter with Mechanical Loader (BT) is designed for smaller lift tuck fleets that need a convenient method of battery changing.
A man died after being hit by a giant mechanical loader as he was dumping rubbish.
For all practical purposes, Joseph Francis Joy (1883-1957) invented the mechanical loader for coal mining, vastly improving productivity and working conditions for the men.
The mechanical loaders available at the time were too big and unwieldy, so the Kellers built a compact three-wheeled loader and tested it out in Eddie's barns.
Two of my Eimco mechanical loaders were driven by Harry Duck and Eddie Brown.
A FREIGHTER has left Brazil's southern port of Parangua after Greenpeace activists tied themselves to mechanical loaders, preventing the ship from mixing conventional soya beans with genetically modified grain.
The FEM is a coalition of national professional associations and trade groups in the mechanical handling industry (cranes, lifts, JCBs, mechanical loaders etc).
Simple, non-powered transporters with mechanical loaders for side-mounted batteries are among available light-duty devices.