mechanical units

mechanical units

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ‚yü·nəts]
(mechanics)
Units of length, time, and mass, and of physical quantities derivable from them.
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'The environment comes first, and anyone who is interested in running run his industry should install mechanical units as suggested by the environment protection agency (EPA) to filter and control emission of hazardous and nitrogenous gases,' the commissioner added, noting that approval of the EPA was must to set up and operate such plants.
The Glass Lab is being outfitted with new mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems, including an electrical upgrade from 208-volt service to 480-volt service, new water and sewer systems, rooftop mechanical units, and an upgraded fire suppression system.
According to him, there were 150 mechanical units working in WASA while more than 52, 000 manholes existed in Hyderabad.
The DD Green Achievement formats are built with energy-efficient and sustainable components such as LED lighting to reduce energy use, high-efficiency mechanical units, and water reduction features such as low-flow faucets, among others.
The motto behind joining hands is to utilize the seamless and potentially powerful IoT platform of ThingWorx[TM] and integrate it together with various other digital & mechanical units, such that better and smarter products can be produced for the end user.
However the commissioner said mechanical units and water pumps have been put in place to deal with the huge quantities of water, and that insecticide spreys were underway to avert any health hazards.
A major part of the renovation was replacing 3,722 glass panels with energy-efficient, high-performing glass, and upgrading to high-efficiency mechanical units, both of which were needed to obtain LEED Silver certification.
For modeling purposes, the Salt Range and Potwar Plateau (SR/PP) stratigraphy is grouped into four mechanical units. From bottom to top, these are the Salt Range Formation, carapace unit (Cambrian-Eocene platform sequences), Rawalpindi Group and Siwalik Group.
Gardens, swimming pools, sun decks with lounge chairs, restaurants, giant paintings, playgrounds, pet houses and aviaries, solar cells, and older mechanical units such as ducts, chimneys, and water tanks--all are shown in full-page photos shot from the air above New York city roofs.
The mechanical units also contain carbon dioxide economizers.

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