Conduit system

Related to Conduit system: Cable Conduit System

Con´duit sys´tem

1.(Elec.) A system of electric traction, esp. for light railways, in which the actuating current passes along a wire or rail laid in an underground conduit, from which the current is "picked up" by a plow or other device fixed to the car or electric locomotive. Hence Conduit railway.
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In order to aid in strategic decision-making, the report also includes competitive profiling of the leading cable conduit system manufacturers in the industry, their market positioning, recent developments, and the winning strategies adopted by them.
The West Eagle # 1 well will also test a deeper, large stratigraphic pinch-out which is part of what is often called the East Side Oil Play, made up of basal Tertiary or older potential reservoirs up-dip from a postulated middle Jurassic oil source conduit system.
Although it is not completed, the project has already consumed over 55,000 feet of telephone and internet cable, 5,500 feet of conduit, a complete conduit system, and extensive electrical wire routing.
Mr O'Connor pointed to the popular <em>hawala</em> dealers, which informally transfer international funds, and said that the government is looking to develop a fair and workable registration system with the sector, in hopes that the conduit system could still provide cheap and effective services while minimising if not totally eradicating misuse.
Removable side panels and an internal conduit system facilitate cable management.
Installing FutureFLEX tube cables eliminated the need to ever again re-enter Sharp's complex conduit system, since the fiber bundles would be blown in and reconfigured through the termination and fiber distribution units for any future network moves, adds and upgrades.
A conduit connector is available to enable connection to any standard 1" conduit system.
Further, it reduces the cost of cleaning the blade and preventing damage to the blade and conduit system from soaking or sterilization.
reiterated its demand that Japan reduce interconnection rates more steeply than its planned review of those rates and guarantee ''reasonable access'' to rights-of-way to the national conduit system operated by former state-run monopoly Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp.
Working within the Baltimore city underground conduit system was not a simple matter.
GTS is responsible for placement of conduit system and fiber optic cable, fiber optic splicing and testing, and provides and installs termination equipment for the Chloride Control Area 8.
Because of this, the university was able to cancel plans for a costly and highly disruptive conduit system upgrade.