exhaust shaft

exhaust shaft

An outlet duct from an exhaust fan through which foul air or gases are expelled to the atmosphere.
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Officials also have plans for a new exhaust shaft that could end up costing around $100 million.
Still, WIPP workers are having to check the filters daily at the repository's exhaust shaft -- a job typically done by Hardy and his employees -- due to the potential for radiation exposure.
Changan Automobile's manufacturing facility in Chongqing, China, has launched two camshaft machining lines--one each for intake and exhaust shaft machining--that perform the operations while the workpieces are held vertically.
The exhaust shaft is connected to a solar chimney and air is finally exhausted on the roof floor at 48.5 m (159 ft) height.
"The energy in those chains was never converted to power, it just went out the exhaust shaft," Masson said.
* A dedicated exhaust shaft will direct exhaust from all smoke-, fume- and heat-producing spaces.
Chris Olson, editor-in-chief of Building Design & Construction, a Cahners publication, says exhaust ducts enter the concrete exhaust shaft at each interstitial level.
openings, two box-truck loading docks, louvers in tenant spaces and exhaust shafts. Each floor is equipped with a common area kitchenette.
The unit is produced to heat the environment in the cabins and to save energy by taking an advantage of the hot air coming from exhaust shafts of RAM machines working at very high temperature.