bucket ladder


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bucket ladder

n
(Mechanical Engineering)
a. a series of buckets that move in a continuous chain, used to dredge riverbeds, etc, or to excavate land
b. (as modifier): a bucket-ladder dredger.
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Tenders are invited for hire charges for providing of (13/15 mtrs) bucket ladder mounted vehicle for circle- 6 & pvnr express way (from mehidipatnam to shamshabad air port road) for 25 days per month for 3 months (i.
Heiko Osterchrist, Rohr's managing director, commented, "IDRECO will complement Rohr's bucket ladder and clamshell dredge excavating technology, solidifying our position as a producer of deep digging dredges that operate at the lowest cost per ton in our industry.
the North American manufacturer of Rohr's clamshell buckets and bucket ladder dredge systems based in Cleves, Ohio, has announced the formation of a sales and distribution relationship with Austria's SBM Mineral Processing.
It had previously been thought that the alteration in the dredge's deck slope (trim) caused by movement of the bucket ladder, when altering digging depth, would reduce the recovery efficiency of the cone concentrators originally planned for the No.
Based upon the drilling results, Alcon have recommended the use of bucket ladder dredges with 18 metre (60 feet) digging depth capacity with an annual throughput of 5.
Eventually, production tailed off, and the last bucket ladder dredge shut down in November 1966.