spill box

spill box

[′spil ‚bäks]
(civil engineering)
A device such as a flume that maintains a constant head on a measuring weir or orifice.
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: The work consists mainly of: - nod huel lifting station: * adaptation of spillway structures downstream of the substation, * the installation of an estimate of the overflow rate downstream of the substation, * the installation of an overflow glance connected to the storage tank and to the rainwater network, * the installation of a flow measurement per spill box. - gravity network boulevard louis guilloux: * the laying of a glance on the gravity driving, * the recovery of a portion of the gravity pipe, * the installation of a flow meter for partially filled pipes.
The Protector Series also has a full suite of accessories available, including a 5-gallon spill box and drain-back kit, tank risers, lockable fuel caps, and emergency stop kits.
For some time every member of my large family received a spill box as a present, but when this outlet was exhausted, I went to the corner shop to see if the shopkeeper would take a supply.
I had been given a treadle fret saw, and Hobbies Weekly Magazine provided patterns to cut out spill boxes. Since it was war-time the boxes were fronted with cut out images of either service personnel, Churchill or a bull dog.
Somehow I talked my way into see the buyer and she agreed to take a dozen spill boxes. Production was improved.
In the earliest days of the industry, production managers used a crude concept called a spill box to control temperature to the roll.
A vertical metal spill box containing a multitude of filters will be built in the center of the cofferdam, and everything will be sloped back towards it.
3,100 LF of 10 PVC and installing 16 concrete spill boxes. Additional items include erosion and sedimentation control measures, installation of control valves, ductile iron fittings, concrete pads with rip rap and overall site restoration.