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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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UK-based earthmoving attachment manufacturer Auger Torque Europe today opened an operational headquarters - Auger Torque Middle East - in the UAE following the signing of exclusive distribution rights to United Motors Heavy Equipment.
Power augers come in one- and two-man configurations and are very powerful machines that produce a lot of torque.
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.
Available in two models, the Star Auger 100 includes a 23 quart (28L) hopper with a fill range of 0.
New options include the Regrind Auger Metering (RAM) assembly with agitated hopper.
Brian Maki would not get into specifics of how his Easy Hold Ice Auger works until his prototype machine is patent protected.
Judging from my experience, about 25 percent of the holes attempted with augers end up being dug by hand.
Most of the newer augers - those made in the past 10-15 years - are virtually maintenance-free.
During 1992-1994, augers were associated with two fatal and 25 nonfatal injuries in Minnesota.
Auger mining principles are based on extracting coal by drilling deep holes in coal seams with sectional augers and the following is based on information provided by Salem Tool.
In 1974, tired of the complaints of red-tape-tangled residents and wary of all the bucks it was losing to developers, the county decided to help ensure that the Blackie Augers paid as fair a share as the Barry Haymans.
Because of the material handling characteristics of most of the ingredients to be used, auger type feeders are required.