deck drain

deck drain

A drain that is similar in all respects to a roof drain except that it generally has a flat strainer and is located in a flat area such as a patio, walkway, etc.
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It is packed with features, including a 4-foot deck with pedestal base and trolling motor bracket, under-deck storage, front deck drain, rear driver's box and grab bar, 18-inch sides and a 21-inch angled transom for enhanced performance in reverse.
An integral deck drain is on the back edge of the stainless steel gutter.
This AD requires modification of the canted pressure deck drain system in the wheel well of the main landing gear and is effective 13 December 2000.
Standard features include a trolling-motor bracket, front deck drain, rear heavy-duty driver's box and grab bar, and an angled transom for better performance when in reverse.
Other fluid waste streams from tank cleaning, pipeline cleaning, deck drains and utility fluids are handled differently and current practices involve collecting and shipping fluids ashore then transporting them by road to be separated into solids and liquids (oils and water) for disposal.