shovel loader

shovel loader

[′shəv·əl ‚lōd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A loading machine mounted on wheels, with a bucket hinged to the chassis which scoops up loose material, elevates it, and discharges it behind the machine.
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"That day Austin Thomas was crushed to death when he was hit from behind by a shovel loader as he was walking on the warehouse floor undertaking his normal duties," he said.
Former Welsh Guard Austin Thomas died while working as a machine operator for Downton's Haulage at UPM paper mill in Shotton, after a shovel loader driven by his friend and work colleague Darren Wright drove over him.
These projects, already replicated three times for the same customer, involves the design, manufacturing and installation of batching plants (horizontal type) with five or six aggregates bins and with or without automatic aggregates loading system by shuttle conveyor (or direct feed by shovel loader).
The site foreman then used a shovel loader to turn the skip upside down in order to release the frozen waste.
The topics include recent research on magnesium alloy melting technology, abrasive flow machining for the outer rotor of a cycloidal pump, the dynamic analysis of the leveling mechanism of a new goose-neck jib gondola, simulation research on the climbing ability of a shovel loader with four tracks, and a piezoelectric energy harvester for wireless sensors.
A West Bromwich skip company has been fined PS45,000 and ordered to pay PS125,000 costs for safety breaches - more than six years after a worker died when he was run over by a 13-tonne shovel loader.
The funding has been used to buy new equipment to start recycling and processing operations at its Llandow plant, including a JCB tracked excavator with material handling attachment, new skips, and a skid shovel loader with quick hitch.
Steven was hit by a skip pushed by an 18-ton shovel loader. The driver failed to hear his screams and carried on pushing the skip.
All the while, he knew he could be smashed by the claw on a shovel loader, crushed by a rolling log or popped by a snapping limb.
The entire range, except for a crawler loader and shovel loader which use Komatsu S6D and SA6D diesels, are all powered by Cummains or Perkins diesels.
Appraisers rate the logs, a shovel loader sorts them into piles, they are bundled and then carried by giant front-end loaders to the shore for rafting to transfer ships.