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semi-mobile

adjective Referring to the vehicular capability of moving approximately half a unit (soldiers, wounded, etc.) at a time.
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Thomas Jabs, head of mining systems within the Resource Technologies business unit of ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions, said, "The switch to the new semi-mobile system is expected to lead to a significant decrease in truck haulage in the Kirovsk mine.
Fountain Quail's Nomad is a patented, state-of-the-art, semi-mobile brine concentrator that utilizes an evaporation process to treat water polluted with oilfield contaminants, returning distilled fresh water that can be reused on or near the site.
Tenova Takraf said its custom-engineered transport crawlers are ideal for transport of heavy surface-mining equipment such as head or tail stations of conveyor systems or semi-mobile crushing plants.
Muhammad Safdar apprised the Governor that 48 NADRA Centres in South Punjab, 46 Mobile Vans and 22 semi-mobile units were operating the South Punjab.
The semi-mobile disabled residents in these homes can use this benefit to enable them to get out and about in their electric wheelchairs.
Metso will also supply several semi-mobile screens, vibrating feeders, vibrating chutes and conveyors.
Mounted stationary, semi-mobile on a hook-lift system with the wheel axle or self-propelled on crawler tracks, depending on customers' needs.
It comprises a semi-mobile crushing plant with a 63-114 gyratory crusher, three belt conveyors, a semi-mobile stacker/spreader and a T1250 transport crawler.
ULCANS is the replacement for the currently deployed Lightweight Camouflage Screening System (LCSS), developed in the 1970s, and is being developed to provide highly mobile and semi-mobile assets with better protection against enhanced multispectral threat sensors.
com/research/93d0b2/mobile_and_semimo) has announced the addition of the "Mobile and Semi-Mobile Crushers Market in Russia - 2006-2010" report to their offering.
The electric machines are employed, among others, in mobile, semi-mobile as well as stationary applications, and can be fitted with relevant power electronics and switchgear to supplement an electric drive system.
RE is now looking to transfer in-pit crushing and conveying solutions (IPCC) from its traditional soft-rock homeland further into hard rock territory, with primary crushing with mobile or semi-mobile crushers being used only to size run-of-mine rock for conveyor transport.