walk-in


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walk-in

To imbed panels of insulation in hot bitumen or adhesive by walking on them immediately after application.
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Here is a complete list of the sites, all of which allow walk-ins except where noted:
Following an XPRESS report earlier, the Philippine Consulate had discontinued the practice from February 1 of listing of names at 4am for walk-ins to avoid "problems" due to lack of direct staff supervision, said Consul General Benito Valeriano.
In an effort to save money on replacing an entire walk-in, there are other ways to improve efficiency, safety and appearance by replacing worn out doors and refrigeration systems to extend the life of any walk-in.
Fortunately, walk-in coolers and freezers are among the most reliable mechanical devices in the supermarket and don't break down very often.
When considering walk-in panels you should look for a 4" thickness filled with a CFC-free (134a) foam urethane having a minimum insulation value of R-30.
Probst suggested that this might mean that these providers were more likely to work in the afternoons, when most of the walk-ins arrived.
Walk-in refrigeration units are an essential part of the makeup of any supermarket, c-store, restaurant or other food operation, yet most operators take these silent cold giants for granted.