mobile loader

mobile loader

[′mō·bəl ′lōd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A self-propelling power machine for loading coal, mineral, or dirt.
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The qualification of a mining engineer, civil engineer, geologist or equivalent personnel, - the experience in as many as possible Of the following areas: o Numerical modeling / calculation of mine constructions, o Interpretation of genetic engineering values with regard to the dimensioning of the construction, o Construction supervision of mine constructions with large cross sections, o Construction supervision of mine constructions, / B, o Use of mechanical equipment such as partial cutting machines, mobile loaders, dumpers, drilling trucks, etc.
Coal Age reported that 81 mobile loaders were purchased by some 35 companies nationwide that year.
Using mobile loaders for both solid work and pillar robbing, the Christopher Mining Co.
In 1936, operators installed an estimated 345 mobile loaders and 590 conveyors, "all evidences of the strides made in mechanization" that year.
The transportation unit is the connecting link between mobile loaders at the face and a belt system carrying the coal to the outside or to a mine-car loading station, depending on conditions.
Carbon Fuel pioneered mechanization in the Kanawha field when in 1930 it invested over $500,000 in preparation equipment, mobile loaders and auxiliary equipment to mechanize at its No.
The subject of the tender is the supply of mobile loaders and composting facilities, including accessories.
From each silo, three rail cars from two trains are loaded by mobile loaders.

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