Airtight Production Building

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Airtight Production Building

 

an industrial building in which all or much of the production premises are isolated from the direct influence of the outward factors (the temperature and humidity of the air, solar rays, dust, noise, and so on). These buildings are constructed for those cases in which the production technology requires strict observance of temperature-humidity and sanitary-hygienic conditions on the premises (such as the electronic and radio industries, fine instrument making, precision machine-tool building, and chemical fiber production).

In many instances an airtight production building gives significant economic results because of a reduction in rejects and an increase in the quality of the product.

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