roof vent

roof vent

1. A ventilation device for an attic or roof cavity.
2. Above a legitimate theater, one of two or more vents above the stagehouse, constructed to open automatically in case of fire, with an aggregate clear opening area of not less than 5 percent of the area of the stage.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The unit comes with a roof vent and two vented windows.
"They had probably fallen through the open roof vent and failed to find an open lower vent through which they could have escaped.
(Bowling Green, Kentucky) sought help cooling its personnel working at aluminum diecasting stations by implementing a solution that would improve positive air flow toward the roof vent. The facility has a natural airflow system with fan-driven vents, a pitched ceiling, and no HVAC.
It features Reiger Suspension and 285mm front disc and 255mm rear disc Alcon brakes, 15-inch alloy wheels with JK rally tyres, an aerodynamic body kit, rear spoiler, a roof vent and stripped interiors, FIA-spec roll-cage, fire extinguisher system and OMP rally seats with six-point harness for the driver and navigator.
The vandals tore off a roof vent to get into the vehicle and damaged its exterior.
The rustic-looking, 30-room complex includes a 4,000-square-foot, 4-story training tower that is equipped with a confined-space area, smoke machine, roof vent, rappelling apparatus, and space for training exercises.
The six offences relate to the state of repair of a drainage pipe and roof vent at the plant, the layout of the factory, the provision of drainage facilities and the cleaning and disinfection of equipment, including conveyors and storage silos.
In particular, he said, they related to the state of repair of a drainage pipe and roof vent, the layout of the factory, the provision of drainage facilities and the cleaning and disinfection of equipment, including conveyors and storage silos.
Figure 2 a shows denting on a roof vent cap indicating that h ail had struck the vent at one time.
Despite the risk of ruin and long days, life in the sugarhouse is a joy amidst the sweet steam rising through the roof vent and the cozy warmth of the fire.
Case in point--a Branson, Missouri, restaurant sustained minimal damage despite the fact that flames were shooting fifteen feet above the roof vent. The foil wrapped duct surrounding the ceramic duct impeded the heat and flames.
There is a small entrance for the chickens on the left side and a roof vent on the back slope.