compartment wall

compartment wall

British term for fire wall.
References in classic literature ?
This exception was found in a compartment wall, not very thick, which stood about the middle of the house, and against which had rested the head of my bed.
A fire separation could be structural or a fire compartment wall or floor.
The operator can reach the pallet or picking cage very easily, thanks to the thin compartment wall and the fork height adjustment.
The radioactive mineral was usually handled inside sealed compartments, with gloves built into the compartment wall to give workers access from the outside.
Just open each ammo door and put a bag or two on the floor between the ammo tubes and the compartment wall.
Values of specific heat, thermal conductivity and density of the compartment wall lining material are required to achieve accurate modeling of compartment fire dynamics.
Just open each ammo door and put a bag on the floor between the amino tube and the compartment wall.
During construction developers failed to repair problems with the fire compartment walls caused by building work.
However, the remaining compartment walls would continue to fail at a similar rate, limiting the potential gains.
Engineers from FAA's technical center told a public meeting last year that the explosions are forceful enough to knock the interior panels off cargo compartment walls.
A team of archaeologists has started working to preserve the compartment walls, which show signs of erosion due to sewage water leaking under the houses in the village, the statement said.
Fire management in case of demolitions, fabric removals, penetrations of fire compartment walls and floors by services, pipe work and electrical and data cabling should be checked periodically during construction.