trench duct

trench duct

[′trench ‚dəkt]
(civil engineering)
A metal-lined trough set into a concrete floor with removable cover plates that are level with the top of the floor; used to house electrical connections.

trench duct

trench duct
A metal trough buried in a concrete floor and having removable cover plates that are level with the top of the floor; used to carry electric conductors.
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