Distribution duct

Distribution duct

A raceway of various cross sections, placed within or just below the floor and from which the wires and cables serve a specific floor area.
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"Since the architectural module is about six feet, one super duct can adequately feed 150 linear feet of distribution duct, which would encompass about 900 square feet of floor."
The water distribution duct itself is integrated directly into the base plate.
Full-height walls and duct sheet-metal zone dividers located beneath the RAF maintain a relatively constant underfloor plenum pressure for each zone by controlling dampers in the respective distribution duct.
The engines are equipped with piston-cooling systems, belt-driven coolant pumps, and water distribution ducts, all designed to maintain controlled working temperatures within the cylinders and combustion chambers.
The bottomless design allows the handhole to be readily placed directly over the two previously installed main distribution ducts routed along the ROW in the trench, with minimal effort or difficulty.
When Rice arrives in mid-August, she will have to go into the details of the settlements maps, their infrastructure, water distribution ducts and electricity networks.
The heater chamber houses two powerful circulation fans which draw the air over the heating source, circulates it down through the distribution ducts that run the length of the oven, into the oven body with uniform air flow being controlled by multi-stage dampers so as to ensure balanced flow and uniformity of temperature.
These contain all the air-handling equipment and the distribution ducts: no need for windows, every excuse to be roof-like.

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