mechanical area

mechanical area

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′er·ē·ə]
(building construction)
The areas in a building that include equipment rooms, shafts, stacks, tunnels, and closets used for heating, ventilating, air conditioning, piping, communication, hoisting, conveying, and electrical services.
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Comprehensive service, maintenance, repair and control of machinery, equipment, installations and facilities in the electrical and mechanical area on the surface of jsw sa kwk borynia-zofiwka-jastrzebie ruch borynia.
The only real challenge was balancing the extensive mechanical area needs with the desired amenity spaces.
Caption: Mechanical Engineer Craig Fredeen in the mechanical area of the Iditarod Elementary School in the Mat-Su Valley.
With construction of this strip the passage to the mechanical area and access to dam site will be bypassed so as not to hinder the construction activities.
With construction of this strip, the passage to the mechanical area and access to dam site will be bypassed so as not to hinder the construction activities.
The new Siemens torque drive is connected directly to the turret and achieves high torque at low revolutions per minute (rpm), according to the company, while saving space in the mechanical area. It generates little heat and has no wear and tear parts.
Every opening of the flooring in the penthouse mechanical area is curbed and sealed to prevent leakage at this level and the biocontainment zone.
It occurred "in the course of routine maintenance in the mechanical area of the main state department building," State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said in a statement.
There has been a reduction in the number of repeat, top five, significant deficiencies, specifically in the mechanical area. Keep charging and let's bring the number of repeats down to zero.
In the mechanical area, for example, these include anthropometric data describing the range of human size, shape, strength, and reach.
Authorities said the employee, a mechanic, stowed away in the mechanical area of the plane.
The basic feature of CIP equipment is a complete isolation of the processing area, so that neither the powder nor the cleaning media (water and/or detergent) can pass in the mechanical area. The reduction of contaminated parts, the ability to wet all parts before dismantling, and the completely automatic and validatable CIP of the processing area are all features that are required when processing highly potent products.

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