rotary vibrating tippler

rotary vibrating tippler

[′rōd·ə·rē ′vī·brād·iŋ ′tip·lər]
(mining engineering)
A tippler designed to overcome the tendency for coal or dirt to stick to the bottom of the tubs so that when the tippler is inverted, the car rests upon a vibrating frame which frees any material tending to stick to the bottom.