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Aug·er

(awg'ĕr),
Pierre-Victor, French physicist, 1899-1993. See: Auger electron.

auger

A screw conveyor which is used to distribute paving material transversely ahead of the screed conveyor.
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Equipped with PLC controls, color touchscreen, and servo-driven, Star Augers operate at high speed and deliver product consistently with accuracy and precision.
As more auger sections are added to make the hole deeper, the inertia of the auger train increases and speed reduces to the available power level.
The report predicts the global auger drilling market to grow with a CAGR of 6.81% over the forecast period from 2019-2025.
The vertical auger's new features include wider side guide rails, adjustable from outside the housing; large doors for maintenance and inspection openings; complete lining of the lower inside section of the housing with hardened metal for wear protection; larger auger diameter of 600 mm; auger pitch of 400 mm; and a stronger motor output of 7.5 kW.
model has polyurethane replaceable shoes on the auger and uses a 4- x 8-ft.
The event included technical presentations and live demonstrations of Auger Torque's equipment to showcase its technologies and their deployment in a versatile range of construction work scenarios.
Although I complained about the physical abuse I received from the auger, I might have been digging holes for weeks if I would've had to dig them by hand with a clam shell or manual posthole auger.
"We're developing the school to provide students with the knowledge and background needed to understand the important components of auger boring operations that are required to produce successful projects," said Tom Iseley, Ph.D., P.E., TTC director and professor of civil engineering at Louisiana Tech.
On Wednesday April 27, Auger had his letter, titled by the Calgary Herald "Chief: If you think aboriginals have it so good, come and visit us," published digitally.
Lifco (STO: LIFCO) announced on Wednesday the signing of an agreement to acquire Auger Torque, a manufacturer of earth drills and other attachments for cranes and excavators.
Auger Torque makes earth drills and other attachments for cranes and excavators.
OBut it's actually a ring that once belonged to a man called William Auger, dubbed the Cardiff Giant.