hot work


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hot work

[′hät ‚wərk]
(industrial engineering)
A task that requires working on, or in proximity to, exposed energized electrical equipment or wiring.
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It 's pretty hot work, and it 's a pity to waste things; but I 'll try again, if you want me to," said Polly, with a patient sigh, for her arms were tired and her face uncomfortably hot.
Providing easier-than-ever hot work protection, Fire Quilt is reusable and transportable.
The app, FM Global Hot Work Permit App, creates permits and checklists along with provides mobile management of multiple hot work locations.
The Curtiss Wright EST Group offers the GripTight Isolation Plug for hydrotesting in hot work environments.
Good because hot temperatures mean selling more cornets and 99s, but bad because, well, it's hot work to make ice cream.
Walking the 2km-long city wall is a must but go early or late in the day as the lack of shade can make it hot work in the midday sun.
This requirement assures that only the highest performing textile products are used in critical hot work operations during ship repair at Puget Sound NSY and other ship repair facilities.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Chromium Hot Work Tool Steel Forging Size:275Mm Dia X 100Mm Bore X 110Mm Length.
com)-- Capital Safety, the global leader in fall protection has announced the launch of their new DBI-SALA[R] Nano-Lok[TM] range of Self Retracting Lifelines (SRL's) designed for Hot Work Use.
Extendo-Die hot work die steel, with a fully martensitic structure, has superior wear resistance and toughness when compared with H-13 tool steel, especially in large sections heavier than 3[inches] to 4[inches].
Make sure written procedures for routine building inspection, protection equipment inspection, issuance of permits and monitoring of hot work operations, and emergency responses are current.
4[degrees]F) indicate a need for a rest period to allow for recovery to baseline before re-entry into the hot work area.