Access door


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access door

[′ak‚ses ‚dȯr]
(building construction)
A provision for access to concealed plumbing or other equipment without disturbing the wall or fixtures.

Access door

Any door which allows access to concealed equipment or parts of a building not often used, such as a door to concealed plumbing parts.

access door

access door
A door, usually small, which is provided through a finished construction, as into a duct, through a ceiling, behind a wall, in a large piece of mechanical equipment, etc.; used to provide a means of inspection of equipment or services housed within.
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Keep in mind that selecting the correct access doors are dependent on the purpose you are using them and where you are going to put them.
Once inside and in the sitting position, he pulls the front access door closed over his legs and feet and pulls the side doors closed over his body.
I remembered to close the oil access door and the VOR was right where I'd left it earlier that day, but still in the wrong place.
I repeated this and on the third night she roosted on the ledge of the feed and water access door. I shoved her in and shut the door.
He used angle iron and steel plate to build the access door and bolted it to one side of the frame.
The tool-less side entry access door allows for safe and easy cleaning of the unit and simple access to the filter media for fast changeover.
* Quick release side access door for tool-less filter changeover
Open the engine access door and you'll see the tank mounted next to the radiator on your right.
A planetary gearbox generates the high torque required by cold planers, and maintenance is a breeze with an easy-open access door for maintenance of the 89 picks on the drum.
One unit has a large yard, while both units have seven metre eaves and a two-level access door.
Firefighters who opened an access door at the bottom of the chimney expected to find Grace dead.