pull rope

pull rope

[′pu̇l ‚rōp]
(mining engineering)
The rope that pulls a journey of loaded cars on a haulage plane.
The rope that pulls the loaded scoop or bucket in a scraper loader layout. Also known as main rope.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I immediately let go of the pull rope, and that was the last time I rode a kneeboard.
The door automatically closes once the forklift is inside the cooler, and the operator can use a pull rope or push button to exit.
Divers will attach a fiber optics pull rope to the wire line and the rope pulled to the pig launcher end and attached to a fiber optics pull winch.
Features on the Revo include: No modification to the standard bolting pattern and deck cut-outs, direct size for size upgrade from a standard electric Evo winch to a Revo winch, simple two button operation, one to pull rope in and another to pay rope out, and it operates as a normal two speed manual winch when a winch handle is inserted.
"Conversely, when the pull rope raises the lift pulley back to the carrier, it is released to roll."
Hamstring stretch: Pull rope downwards and out; Chair we go: Use the wall or a chair as a support; Calf stretch: Keep alternating the rope between feet
At times, I used the strap from my bag as a pull rope, snagging something and pulling myself up.
Colorful floats and a pull rope for retrieving the ring are attached.
George and James Gerulaitis all spent a day in March shoring up the second deck of the bell tower, rebuilding the ladder, pumping out water from a leak and stringing a new pull rope from the bell, which they rang for the first time in years.
And on a treestand blacktail hunt I lowered my bow after attaching it to my pull rope, and it slipped and crashed 20 feet to the ground.