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Conservation Equipment Safety Vocabulary 2

ROPS Rollover Protection System
Center of Gravity definition of center of gravity is the place in a system or body where the weight is evenly dispersed and all sides are in balance
Track Drive Gear hydraulically driven gear that powers the track of a tracked machine
Idler Pulley pulley that rests on or presses against a drive belt to guide it or take up slack
Track Grouser a cleat on the surface of a wheel or track, intended to increase traction in soil, snow, or other loose material
Boom Lock an arm or latch that locks the boom of a machine in place to prevent accidental lowering, in order to create a safe work area
Winch a hauling or lifting device consisting of a rope, cable, or chain winding around a horizontal rotating drum, turned by a crank or by motor
Slope a surface of which one end or side is at a higher level than another; a rising or falling surface
Created by: Mrs. Talbot