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scraper

see tartar scraper.
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After modifying several scrapers to his new electrical control system and selling them to other contractors, in 1922 LeTourneau found himself with a big earthmoving contract and no scraper--and not a new one to be bought in California
There are various types of scraper designed for different applications, but this guide is concerned only with self-powered elevating scrapers.
It features an automatic melt-pressure disc-control system that automatically increases the disc rotation speed as well as the knife scraper pressure as needed to keep a stable melt pressure.
The stacker and the bridge scraper are the basis for a blending bed.
The scrapers get lost in the field, so it's a good idea to keep replacements on-hand.
Ballantine also carries a line of elevated scraper products and has over 25 styles of scraper chains available including direct OEM replacement chains, heavy-duty elevated scraper chains, and sealed-joint scraper chains as well as related scraper parts to fit brands such as Caterpillar[R], Clark-Michigan[R], Fiat Allis[R], John Deere[R], Terex[R], Wabco[R], and Hancock[R].
Chris' list of winter 'must-have' equipment is simple and inexpensive - de-icer and an ice scraper.
The new design uses the batch itself to press the scrapers against the sidewall, eliminating the need for springs used in more conventional type scrapers.
One of the most popular ice scrapers is British made with a large printable area, made from recycled plastic.
Neighbourhood officers from Stechford police will be handing out ice scrapers at community events over the next few weeks.
The airline said earlier this month that Irish screen scraper BravoFly had agreed to stop using Ryanair's website after the carrier took legal action.
Designed to provide increased security, Vikan have added a selection of metal detectable shovels, scoops and scrapers to their high hygiene, food industry specific range of tools and equipment.