A portable device for hauling a heavy object, such as a sailing dinghy or caravan, over the ground is described.
Lift apparatus mounted on to multi-hull vessel, such as catamarans, configured for lifting a combination swim and dinghy platform are also disclosed.
As such, at least one diverter of the present invention can be attached directly to at least one umbilical cable of the seismic source subarray.
The diverter of the present invention comprises of either a single span- wise hydro foil or two foil sections and is steerable.
A diverter located at a transition between the forward and return runs of the overhead and takeaway conveyors actuates the lugs in a controlled fashion.
A diverter member (430) selectively deforms the belt flights of the remote transport segment so as to guide documents to and from an associated canister delivery transport.
A scoophead/diverter (510) is presented which is installed at the junction between a primary (16) wellbore and a lateral branch (72) and which allows the production tubing (298) to be oriented and anchored.
The tractor-drawn center-board boat (1) is provided with an orientation system (8) which may be assisted by a rudder (4).
The apparatus is particularly intended to be removably mounted on a sail-board or a light center-board boat.
A backstop at the site of each drive position supports the wind load and transfers its force to the central drive shaft.
The tethered capture system includes one or more side planers that direct a capture cable away from the host vessel.
The side planer itself may include a ramped surface for loading the object prior to securing to the host vessel.
A stop is used to limit the range of movement of the tensioner arm between a desired range of movement defined by a free arm stop and a backstop.