Distribution duct

Distribution duct

A raceway of various cross sections, placed within or just below the floor and from which the wires and cables serve a specific floor area.
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build internal and external distribution duct production hall no.
The engines are equipped with piston-cooling systems, belt-driven coolant pumps, and water distribution ducts, all designed to maintain controlled working temperatures within the cylinders and combustion chambers.
Tenders are invited for Cleaning Of Basin Floor Tunnels Nozzles Water Distribution Ducts And Grillage Columns Etc Of NDCT And IDCT Of Unit 1 During Biannual Shutdown BSD - 2015 At KAPS Plant Site
16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Prihoda now offers fully recycled HVAC fabric air distribution ducts in an effort to meet the design intent of LEED building projects, use less natural resources and divert waste from landfills.
The bottomless design allows the handhole to be readily placed directly over the two previously installed main distribution ducts routed along the ROW in the trench, with minimal effort or difficulty.
HRV/ERV systems can also be configured to use the forced air heating and cooling distribution ducts but without using the central furnace or air conditioning blower.
When Rice arrives in mid-August, she will have to go into the details of the settlements maps, their infrastructure, water distribution ducts and electricity networks.
The ten-year total cost is strongly sensitive to the extent to which distribution ducts can be re-used
A small pit would be required to later expose the two main distribution ducts, over which the handhole may be readily placed.
The high-velocity method reduced duct size and eliminated insulation of distribution ducts that passed through return air plenums.
For National Steel's application, five pairs of JET*STAR(TM) Coolers, filtration sections and distribution ducts will be supplied.

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