cleanout door

cleanout door

[′klēn‚au̇t ‚dȯr]
(engineering)
An opening in the side of a tank usually at ground level and covered by a plate to provide access for removal of sediments from the bottom of the tank.

cleanout door

2. A door providing access to a soil pipe, the base of a column form, or the like.
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The surge hopper has a high-level view window for quick visual inspection of the bin's material level, cleanout door, and high-level proximity sensor.
They have an unusual side-entry cleanout door and come in four sizes from 5 to 500 lb/hr, with a choice of rotors, blades, chutes, and manual or robotic feeding.
I'll make the side window a cleanout door, similar to the one on the barn, an add a cleanout door or provision for removing and adding soil to the bottom level.
It has a viewing window, cleanout door, and high-level proximity sensor to prevent over-filling.
Open the cleanout door at the base of the chimney, and assure yourself the interior of the chimney is free from obstructions.
A variety of options are available including choppers for size reduction, spray nozzles for minor liquid addition, cleanout doors, numerous materials of construction, sanitary designs, etc.
To combat the typical accumulation of small bits of foam that break off the edges of the boards during production and become compacted under the laminator belts, Hennecks added new cleanout doors on both sides along the bottom edges of the machine.
All gate valves are made with heavy duty carbon steel, gear reducers, cam mechanisms, and easy-access cleanout doors that don't require tools.
This unit also: reduces molds / lumps to grain size, features heavy duty construction, large easy access cleanout doors, screens that are easily replaced and three sizes with deck loads up to 4000 lbs.
A variety of options is available, including choppers for size reduction, spray nozzles for minor liquid addition, cleanout doors, numerous materials of construction, sanitary designs, etc.