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Skid

On a ship, a plank of timber set parallel to other planks in order to support weight.
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Additionally, skid steers are often used to cleanup around processing equipment, removing any debris that may fall off conveyors or from the machinery itself and to remove the processed material, he says.
Instead of having the dealer come and get the skid steer, Wayne used a hydraulic hose to raise the boom.
The researcher studied the Soil disturbance and 10-year growth response of coast Douglas-fir on nontilled and tilled skid trails in the Oregon Cascades and Four and 5 years after skidding, rut depths averaged 15 cm below the original soil surface; mean fine-soil bulk density (0-30 cm depth) below ruts of nontilled trails exceeded that on logged-only portions by 14%.
softener skid with brine tank), filter skid #3 (carbon filter skid, GAC filter), filter skid #4
The Sius TFF skid is comprised of an automated bench top unit with a fully disposable flowpath and is extremely compact.
And despite months of protests from a handful of disgruntled Skid Row residents, LAPD internal reports show that citizen complaints against officers were actually down in the Central Division.
The wheel loader moves more material a little bit faster than the skid steer," Davis says.
It will provide skid awareness training at a very high standard.
A skid is a skid - whether you're out and about in midwinter or summer.
Ice skid resistances of rubber compounds were measured by a British Portable Skid Tester (BPST) set up in the small room controlled accurately at each temperature from 0 [degree] C to -20 [degrees] C.
Skid according to BW TL 2540-0002 for tires 365/85 R 20-easy-(1 set = 4 pieces Skid) and option for further Skid until 31.