miter gate

miter gate

[′mīd·ər ‚gāt]
(civil engineering)
Either of a pair of canal lock gates that swing out from the side walls and meet at an angle pointing toward the upper level.
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The objectives of this project were to replace worn out miter gate machinery, all power distribution equipment, all wire and cable, all, instrumentation and controls, install a new SCADA system, upgrade/replace project lighting systems, move all electrical equipment above the 500-year flood level and abate all hazardous materials such as asbestos, lead, mercury and PCB's used in the original construction.
Solicitation: Provision of Miter Gate Installation.
Presolicitation: Troy lock and dam miter gate replacement hudson river troy, new york
Supply and implementation of a miter gate 2 casements on the lock of 160 meters,
The project involves the renovation of service locks, whose state is degraded, extending the lock of 160m to 185m, supply and implementation of a miter gate with 2 panels and devices needed for the operation of the lock.
As a standardized Untertor for locks am Neckar a miter gate with FE-llschE-tzen in eight different heights with the associated drives (Actuators) already was scheduled execution ripe.
These gates, called miter gates, when closed meet an angle like a chevron with the pressure from the water-level keeping the gates closed.
Unlike the current canal, which uses miter gates, the expanded canal will have steel rolling gates.
An unorthodox design feature was the use of miter gates at a double-track crossing that eliminated the need for a center post support.
The locks provide for vessel passage through the Ocklawaha River, Haines Creek and the Apopka-Beauclair Canal and are controlled by upstream and downstream miter gates and slide gates.
Tenders are invited for Replacement of the dry dock miter gates.