inspection chamber


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inspection chamber

n
(Civil Engineering) a more formal name for manhole1
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As a result, the production cycle times for plastic inspection chambers at Hepworth have been significantly reduced and the quality of the components significantly increased.
3 If the inspection chamber is full of water or sewage, use the drain rods to free up the blockage.
A Middlesbrough Council spokesman said an inspection chamber cover on the A66 eastbound at Hartington Interchange collapsed overnight, requiring the closure of the nearside lane.
The belt that passes through the IX-GA-4075 inspection chamber is divided into four 100mm-wide channels.
Not as good as an inspection chamber but cheaper to install, they are essential to the regular maintenance of drains and should not be ignored.
It was during one of these routine inspections for methane gas that the instruments detected the presence of hydrogen in one inspection chamber.
Tenders are invited for Repairing And Maintenance Of Septic Tank Inspection Chamber Rcc Cover For Banki Colony At Banki Sub Area Of Korba Area.
The main body is IP-65 rated and the inspection chamber IP-66.
Where the new drain connects to the old gully, it should be at a new sealed inspection chamber with a bolted-down lid that can be lifted to clear away blockages.
It blows the lid off the inspection chamber and it flows straight into the gutter, down to the lowest point and then the surface water drops into a pipe,' said Mr Rose.
For line 3 an Ishida IX-GA-4075 model, with a larger inspection chamber, was installed.
Watch manager at Rainton Bridge Fire Station Paul Bachurzewski said: "He went about four or five metres along this pipe and then fell further into an inspection chamber, then got himself lost down there.

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