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scarifier

[′skär·ə‚fī·ər]
(engineering)
An implement or machine with downward projecting tines for breaking down a road surface 2 feet (60 centimeters) or less.

scarifier

scarifier
A machine or an attachment for a tractor or grader having a long tooth or series of teeth that can be lowered to tear up surface soil or pavement.
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The relatively efficient recovery of banded K, either applied shallow with a scarifier or deep with the Yeomans ripper on BV1 (Table 6) in the Chelmsford study, tends to support this, as does the relatively poor recovery of K in the Red Ferrosols (RF1 and RF2) and the inability to obtain enough K to overcome K deficiency in the Brown Dermosol (BDI) in the same study.
Growing from three original employees to the present-day 44, the company diversified into manufacture of construction equipment such as vibrating pokers for taking air out of concrete while it is drying, vibrating plates used in road repairs and floor scarifiers, all marketed under the trade name of GCM.
USF Blastrac, market leader in the design and manufacture of closed circuit blast cleaning machines, scarifiers and diamond grinding systems has launched a new and uprated version of its popular 1-7D machine.
While searching for a way to control wino erosion on his Oklahoma farm in 1933, Fred Hoeme observed that road building scarifiers, with their heavy pointed shanks, could rip up large clods capable of stopping wind erosion.
Alternatively, several manufacturers such as Black and Decker produce small lawn scarifiers.
George Moss Ltd (GEMCO), manufactures mobile equipment for installing and maintaining railway track, including a telescopic resleepering machine, sleeper handling crane, rotary and linear ballast scarifiers, track jacks, etc.
Right alongside concrete strippers and scarifiers appeared "Tile Strippers," and two clicks later Oscar had booked one at a vendor just down the street.
Tenders are invited for GrodMT 074/17-PEA "Scalpels, blades to scalpels, scarifiers, lancets" for public health institutions in Grodno and Grodno region Lot 4 "Safe lancets for capturing capillary blood" for public health institutions in Grodno and Grodno region
Patented with Charles Longenecker) "Our invention comprises improvements in road scarifiers.
Royden and his team have a fleet of grass cutting machinery and equipment which includes more than 20 lawnmowers, tractors, scarifiers and other equipment.
What makes the Power Grader different (in addition to not requiring a big tractor to pull it) is an actuator that lets you adjust the height of the graders wheels, raising or lowering the scarifiers.
For scarifying, if you want plenty of exercise, use a special sprung tyne rake or, for a more leisurely approach, use one of the electric scarifiers.