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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If not properly fitted with closure devices, insects and rodents can live in the large mechanical area or void beneath the ramp plate.
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 electrical cabinet is in a frontal position to facilitate the access and the mechanical area is oversized to
There has been a reduction in the number of repeat, top five, significant deficiencies, specifically in the mechanical area.
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.
In addition to the cancer treatment and research facility and 9,000 square foot Vivarium, the mechanical area for this complex facility will take up almost an entire floor of the hospital.
The mechanical area of the crimp provides low compaction rates for high pull-out forces, while the electrical area provides optimal electrical properties with high compaction.
The design differences lie in the mechanical area and the process tics to the auxiliary equipment.
Located within the basement mechanical area of Robinson Hall, the air handler units provide heat and air conditioning from the University's power plant steam and chilled water systems, along with fresh air for ventilation.
ABRA will convert the mechanical area into productive collision repair space, and completely upgrade the equipment in the repair center.
Because MEMS technology provides many of the same advantages to the mechanical area that semiconductors provide to the electronics area, many people believe that it will become one of the highest growth industries of the 21st century.
Alfonso Delgado, Development Engineering Manager for GE Prolec said, "Using The ICAD System, the amount of work involved in generating a custom engineered transformer design has been cut by 70% in the mechanical area and 85% in the electrical area.

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