manriding

manriding

(ˈmænˌraɪdɪŋ)
adj
(Mining & Quarrying) relating to the carrying of miners around a mine
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It has recently invested more than PS3.5m in its UK training facilities, including new manriding crane equipment, crisis management and fire and wind energy safety training capabilities.
At the end of an apocalyptic week, officers on the walls of the fort at Jallal a bad saw a solitary horse manriding towards them.
They then travel on a series of 5 mph manriding conveyors and finally on foot to their place of work.
Here would be needed a conveyor (or better a belt conveyor flight) installed along the whole length of the front, where the segment reaching the haulage road must ensure transport of the order of 1,000 t/h, and the segment reaching the materials/ventilation road must provide manriding and materials transport.
Curved track should be constructed with as large a radius as possible: British Coal recommends a minimum radius of 80 ft (24 m) for manriding trains.
We are also endeavouring to improve the amount of manriding available underground.