Ceiling cavity

Ceiling cavity

The cavity formed by the ceiling, the plane of the luminaires, and the wall surfaces between them.
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Make sure that the opening on top of the cabinet is large enough to accommodate the chimney and the equipment loads to move the required airflow out of the cabinet and into the ceiling cavity.
If transfer openings are placed from the ceiling cavity above each office to the ceiling cavity above the corridor, and the air-handling unit draws its return air out of the ceiling cavity (not the corridor itself), then the integrity of the egress path is maintained.
Work on the Bodelwyddan hospital began last year following the discovery of asbestos in the ceiling cavity above five theatres in late 2010.
On January 12, Indian technician Rafique Adam Qazi was doing maintenance work on projector equipment at Mercure Grand Hotel, Seef, when his head got stuck in the ceiling cavity where equipment was housed.
She then made an excuse to go to the toilet where she climbed up into the ceiling cavity and inched her way along before falling through.
With a low raised floor system, the original design concepts would remain intact; the ceiling cavity would primarily be for ductwork and power for lighting.
During a search at his home police found cash, including pounds 28,000 in a ceiling cavity.
A: BLOWN-IN-PLACE POLYURETHANE foams are a blend of isocyanates and urethane resins that are mixed in a spray nozzle, then blown into a wall or ceiling cavity. A blowing agent makes the foam expand and fill the space.
John Crossling, area manager for the library, said: "An asbestos fire wall in the ceiling cavity has to be removed from the rear of the library and replaced with a suitable alternative.
He was found hiding in a ceiling cavity hours after pinching the gems.