access panel


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access panel

A removable panel (usually secured with screws) in a frame which is usually mounted in a ceiling or wall; provides access to a concealed item that does not require frequent attention.

access panel

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A view of various panels on the skin of an aircraft.
Either a replaceable or interchangeable type of quickly removable aircraft-skin panel. Removed to provide access to the interior of the airframe or engine for inspection, servicing, and repairs of components therein.
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Success Trying out the new ramp are access panel chairman Robert Dick (front) with panel members Isabella Gorska and David Smith
I violated a strict squadron policy regarding access panels being all the way on or all the way off the aircraft.
Plus, it covers an access hole, possibly allowing you to skip adding an access panel (as shown on p.
The Wallo panel is round, so it's easy to identify as an access panel rather than another ceiling tile.
1 fuel-cell access panel had a gash in it the same length of the CVRS box, and the support rib running across it was bent out of shape.
It was still climbing at 6,000ft when a fuel pump access panel was ripped from the left underside of the fuselage.
Via the Internet or an intranet, facility managers can access panel information directly from their computers.
We made the best of a bad situation--our rescue hole became a maintenance access panel that we probably should have installed in the first place.
The front splitter, roof panel, rear wing, rear diffuser, front access panel and wing mirror caps provide a combined saving of 11 pounds.
While preparing an F-117A aircraft for retirement, SSgt Samack identified weapons technicians performing improper maintenance on the explosive tail hook arresting system access panel.
The hotels received support from the Tyneside Tourism Business Assistance Project so they could be assessed by Gateshead Access Panel.