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cover plate

[′kəv·ər ‚plāt]
(engineering)
A pane of glass in a welding helmet or goggles which protects the colored lens excluding harmful light rays from damage by weld spatter.

cover plate

1. A plate fastened on the flanges of a girder to give it additional cross section.
2. A top or bottom plate of a chord, 1; also called flange plate.
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Set the cover plate over the outlet, making sure it's level, and trace around it.
ESL Electro-Science, recently announced the launch of new porous alumina cover plates for use in such applications as the manufacture of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) and other fuel cell electrolyte substrates, membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs), interconnects, and other fuel cell assemblies.
Lay the cover plate on the construction paper and trace around it.
The accompanying cover plate MUST be used anytime the device is used with any number of screws.
Remove the single screw on the old cover plate, snap in the Guidelight and reinstall the screw.
Once room temperatures reach 57C, the cover plate melts off and the recessed head will drop down to its operating position.
How much lube an AVLB roadwheel hub gets depends a lot on how you install its cover plate, mechanics.
Removable cover plate, or RCPT, generator coolers provide effective, reliable performance in the most demanding applications, according to the company.
and has a removable cover plate, which eliminates the need to pull tubes through a hole for insertion or removal.
The OS40 is designed for mounting on a single gang electrical box, and is approximately the same size as an electrical light switch cover plate.
An internal, slotted pressure adjustment wheel is accessible through a tethered cover plate.
Figure 1 shows unacceptable graphite nodularity that was identified in the cover plate for a floor-level utility box in a major convention center.