appurtenance


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appurtenance

1. Any built-in, nonstructural portion of a building, such as doors, windows, ventilators, electrical equipment, partitions, etc.
2. An incidental property right, as a right-of-way.
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The purpose was to determine the acoustical effect of the individual appurtenance by means of the following:
Post-incident metallurgical and mechanical tests and inspections of the line pipe, fittings, bends, and other appurtenances indicated pipe with weld misalignment, improper bevels of transitions, improper back welds, and improper support of the pipe and appurtenances.
End use applications include fittings, piping and appurtenances.
Tenders are invited for work includes approx 2,260 lf of 6" through 8" water line and all appurtenances; 1,500 lf of 8" sanitary sewer and all appurtenances; 900 lf of 18" through 36" storm sewer pipe and all appurtenances
Tenders are invited for works include furnishing and installing a new 100,000 gal spheroid single pedestal water tower; including the design and installation of the foundation system; water tower appurtenances, anti-freeze equipment, water tower logo, control room; all site work including concrete floor, landscaping, site restoration, seeding, and gravel access road; furnishing and installing a new electrical system, including wiring and equipment for power supply, anti-freeze system, tower lighting, unit heaters, controls, communications, electrical service and tower appurtenances; also demolition and removal of the existing 50,000 gal water tower and water tower appurtenances; see outside link.
Tenders are invited for furnish and install approx 1,450 lf of 6" ductile iron water main and appurtenances and approx 1,500 lf of 8" ductile iron water main and appurtenances.