inspection hole

inspection hole

A hole in the skin of an aircraft, closed with a cover, and usually held in place with screws. The hole may be opened for inspecting the interior of the aircraft.
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Make a small inspection hole and ensure there is no build up of loose sand and plaster.
If they get bigger, strip the paper and create a fist–sized inspection hole which can be easily covered over with a plasterboard patch.
A limb-bolt inspection hole is designed right into the riser so you can keep an eye on the bolt positioning.
I Cut a small inspection hole and use a compact mirror and flashlight to peek inside the wall.
The submitter suggests a rudder inspection hole be engineered so maintenance can easily inspect the torque tube for corrosion.
We discovered it when we went to spread manure and engine oil poured out of the clutch inspection hole.
In soft ground, potholing is a no-brainer and under pavement the extra couple of hundred dollars it costs to cut, vacuum and permanently reinstate a cored inspection hole, pales in comparison to the damage that could result if the directional drilling crew hits another utility.
The custody sergeant agreed it was very warm and, as an act of kindness, he left the wicket gate inspection hole in the door open for him to get some fresh air.
Pc Edwards said he had not actually entered the cell but looked through the inspection hole in the door and saw that Mr Iles was snoring and breathing.
44 MPa, while average MORs for poles receiving any of the inspection hole treatments ranged from 39.
Peering into the hole, I immediately found the culprit: Someone thought it would be a brilliant idea to stuff rags into the inspection hole rather than replace the panel.
A small inspection hole may be required to determine for certain that the space is free and clear.

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