cleanout door

cleanout door

[′klēn‚au̇t ‚dȯr]
(engineering)
An opening in the side of a tank usually at ground level and covered by a plate to provide access for removal of sediments from the bottom of the tank.

cleanout door

2. A door providing access to a soil pipe, the base of a column form, or the like.
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Open the cleanout door at the base of the chimney, and assure yourself the interior of the chimney is free from obstructions.
But our fireplace has a small cleanout door on the outside, so I run extension cords through it."
The surge hopper has a high-level view window for quick visual inspection of the bin's material level, cleanout door, and high-level proximity sensor.
It has a viewing window, cleanout door, and high-level proximity sensor to prevent over-filling.
You'll need a small tool designed like a hoe, which is a piece of metal just smaller than the cleanout door below the oven, attached to a long, stiff handle.
I'll make the side window a cleanout door, similar to the one on the barn, an add a cleanout door or provision for removing and adding soil to the bottom level.
They have an unusual side-entry cleanout door and come in four sizes from 5 to 500 lb/hr, with a choice of rotors, blades, chutes, and manual or robotic feeding.
If we do need a washout, the drain makes it easy." The absence of residual material, coupled with dual, cleanout doors, allows sanitizing in minutes, preventing cross-contamination between changeovers.
Its air downdraft cutting table includes three cleanout doors on each side and a parts catcher to catch smaller parts falling through the cutting slats.
A variety of options are available including choppers for size reduction, spray nozzles for minor liquid addition, cleanout doors, numerous materials of construction, sanitary designs, etc.