access hole

access hole

[′ak‚ses ‚hōl]
(engineering)
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For a pumpkin, cut an access hole at the bottom and clean out the goo from there.
Composite was added to simulate an all-ceramic abutment preparation (Figure 4, above right) while maintaining the access hole for the screw.
0 tank cleaning machine features a highly sanitary design which fits into a 2" tri-clover access hole.
But the dentist said that was impossible, so he did it the hard way and has now tightened the screw and left an access hole in case he has to do it again.
It's an awful lot faster than jackhammering an 18-inch by 18-inch square access hole through a typical arterial road comprised of four inches of asphalt over eight inches of concrete," says Dan Bartels, operations manager of Super Sucker Hydro Vac Services, a utility contractor in Southern Ontario.
Health and Safety Executive inspector Garry Stimpson said: "The council employees should have covered the access hole or erected a barrier around it.
Asked if he thought Mr Russell may have laid the cement panel board over the ladder access hole, he said: "No, I knew Russell, he carried a hammer with him, he would have nailed scaffolding boards across any hole.
An access hole has been dug down 23 meters to start work on Line 7.
The system includes an ATEX inspection tool that is inserted into the tank through a suitable access hole in the roof until fully submerged in the liquid.
Kieron Deeney, 25, died after falling 34ft through an access hole at London's Discovery Dock development in August 2004.
Wiring to and from the classroom computers is run directly into the cabinet through an access hole in the cabinet.
Stabilize: If your pumpkin is wobbly, cut the access hole in the bottom instead of the top.