pinch bar


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pinch bar

[′pinch ‚bär]
(design engineering)
A pointed lever, used somewhat like a crowbar, to roll heavy wheels.

pinch bar, claw bar, ripping bar, wrecking bar

A steel bar with a U-shaped claw at one end and a chisel point at the other; often used as a lever for lifting heavy objects.
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Logs and branches were cleared, large stones levered out of the ground and tree stumps attacked with mattocks, saws and pinch bars, to reveal a clear patch of mud - lovely
The camactuated sealing device is contained within the mold and consists of two pinch bars that seal the top of the bottle.