go-devil

1. a device that is inserted into a pipeline for the purpose of cleaning; a line scraper. Also called a pig. 2. a device that is lowered into the borehole of a well for various purposes such as enclosing surveying instruments, detonating instruments, and the like.

Go-devil

Go'-dev'il noun (Machinery) (a) A weight which is dropped into a bore, as of an oil well, to explode a cartridge previously lowered. (b) A device, as a loosely fitted plug, which is driven through a pipe by the pressure of the contents behind the plug to clear away obstructions.
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Go-devil

• (n.) A rough sled or dray used for dragging logs, hauling stone, etc. • (n.) A weight which is dropped into a bore, as of an oil well, to explode a cartridge previously lowered. • (n.) A device, as a loosely fitted plug, which is driven through a pipe by the pressure of the contents behind the plug to clear away obstructions.Go-dev...
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Go-devil

The go-devil was a simple one-horse sled used for hauling trees in logging. Ralph C. Bryant describes it in his pioneering textbook Logging (1913) as follows: The go-devil is a product of the camp blacksmith shop. It is a rough sled having two unshod hardwood runners, which are preferably of yellow birch, selected from timbers having a natural cro...
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Go-devil

A hand-powered railroad car (see Handcar and Draisine ), or a small gasoline powered railroad car .
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