inspection door

inspection door

A small door, or hinged plate, on the surface of an aircraft structure that may be opened for inspecting the interior of the aircraft. See access panel.
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The Single Cleaner System houses a roller, a secondary blade and a spray bar, which are accessed by an inspection door housed on either side of the enclosure.
As a further option, the tanks can be fitted with a heated inspection door that creates dead space.
Standard practice for the FA-18F, at that time, was to secure the 10 gear pins in a heavy-duty canvas and velcro bag inside door 6L (the access and inspection door for the cannon).
For delivery, the airplane was placed in an open, airy hangar and with Mountcastle and two mechanics standing by, we inspected it carefully, noting some minor flaws here and there, including a sag on the turbocharger inspection door, a paint holiday on the tail and a missing fastener.
Note that both helix outlets are provided with one product funnel, dust-tight outlet with a top inspection door for cleaning.
The inspection door is designed for chutes with restricted side clearance or as an economical way to enclose smaller access openings.
Features include hard-shell exterior, factory insulation and removable inspection door.
I give you now the $2,270 hinge, as mounted on the inspection door used by technicians to examine an aircraft's engine.
Incinerator bulkheads are accessible because they have an inspection door.
A connecting chute with hinged feed flap and inspection door.
400 st, - make openings about 900 st, - inspection door in plasterboard ceilings approx.
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