hatch cover


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hatch cover

[′hach ‚kəv·ər]
(engineering)
A steel or wooden cover for a hatch.
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He divulged this to Suskin when they reached Mossamedes, but said he didn't trust the syndicate Swailes bronchi the hatch cover inscribed by McCann back to Johannesburg, along with the claim board left by Isaacs showing the location of the claims, but eventually destroyed it.
When the hatch cover at the entrance to the loft was removed, the strap dropped through the opening to the floor of the flat.
He added that he would have replaced a hatch cover which the court heard had been missing for some time.
He added he would have replaced a hatch cover, missing for some time.
Applications for the new units are varied and include ZTR mower deck lifts, boat engine jack plate lifts, ATV/UTV attachments, UTV tilt bed lifts, boat hatch cover lifts, skid-steer attachment locks, marine trim tabs, fertilizer sprayer boom extenders, etc.
The week before a young Filipino second officer's foot was chopped off by the wheel of a hatch cover while his ship was in Liverpool.
The city of Eugene has helped by lending the museum an ornate hatch cover donated by its sister city of Kakegawa, Japan.
Since the introduction of the R-3498 aircraft-rated hatch cover series in 2003, over 2,000 units have been installed in airports across the United States.
Beharry opened up his armoured hatch cover to clear his view and orientate himself to the situation.
He slid the hatch cover back and the beat of the motor became not louder but closer and the break in the streamlining caused a disturbance and an intermittent flutter in the air stream that undertoned and overrode the engine beat.
A second inquiry into the tragedy in which all 42 crew and two of their wives lost their lives refuted the findings of an earlier investigation which blamed the sinking on a badly-secured hatch cover.