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.
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Tenders are invited for work consists of approx 250 lf of 3/4" sched 80 conduit; 18,020 lf of 4" conduit w/ pull rope in trench (fiber optic); 9,410 lf of 3/4"-2" pvc conduit; 11,731 lf of 6"-16" water line; 2,514 lf of 8" sanitary sewer line; 130 lf of 30" steel casing; 12 ea 48" sanitary sewer manhole; 9 ea 48" sanitary sewer manhole rehabilitation.
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.
Conversely, when the pull rope raises the lift pulley back to the carrier, it is released to roll.
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.
When we walked in, one of the walls was covered with a curtain that had a pull rope attached to it.
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.
I then attached my bow to a pull rope and stepped up onto the base to latch my toes and start the climb.
We added wooden letters and a pull rope to the front, a me handle to the cab roof.
This is because a trench must be dug, the conduit installed and then a pull rope is blown through the conduit so that each wire can be pulled back through.
Next, attach your bow and arrows to the pull rope, and ascend the tree.