plant room

mechanical equipment room, machinery room

A room containing a permanently installed refrigeration or air-conditioning system, or major parts thereof.
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An inquest previously concluded a plant room on top of the roof, from which the panel was ripped away, may not have been maintained for nearly two decades.
She added: "A significant number of members of public were put at significant risk of death or grave injury." Mrs Justice Carr made reference to the "serious failing" of the company in not properly inspecting the roof, naming the then operations manager Phil Dutton, his supervisor, Andrew King, and others at the company in failing to identify structures on the plant room roof.
The plant room at Level 5 is 9m high and is stacked with layers of MEP systems with narrow passageways for distribution.
A SWIMMING pool has announced it is closing for a week while it carries out maintenance work to machinery in the plant room.
With its packaged design, Azanefreezer does not require a plant room and can be located at ground or roof level, on either a concrete plinth or steel frame.
Bassano del Grappa (VI), Italy, April 05, 2014 --( Today in commercial buildings, HVAC accounts for 45% of total energy consumption, 65% of which is used in the plant room alone.
The refrigeration plant is housed in a dedicated plant room adjoining the two new cold storage chambers.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have been investigated after the discovery in a plant room at Glasgow's Southern General Hospital.
Empower funded all the studies and research required to create the manual, while also supporting the manual with a case study on its Business Bay plant room.
Most of the disruption at the Derry facility was caused after water pipes were melted by the heat of the blaze at a roof-top plant room, Health Minister Edwin Poots said.
"Using innovative plant room modularisation will also reduce waste and minimise the number of deliveries required to site."