vapor-tight

vapor-tight

Said of a surface that is enclosed so as to resist the passage of vapor, often including the use of a gasket around its periphery.
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6 175 m insulation mineral wool, Aluminum-laminated, Vapor-tight on pipeline dn15-dn250, - approx.
* High Shear Mixer is mounted on the cover in a vapor-tight sealing arrangement
In a double-car garage that is 30-32 feet wide, I specify a minimum of six evenly spaced 1-foot-by- 6-foot vapor-tight fluorescent fixtures.
Make sure the vents work properly and that there is a vapor-tight, leak-proof cap on the tank.
Then, hazardous materials technicians, dressed in protective, vapor-tight blue suits, evaluated further chemical hazards.
Pyrex globes screw into each block and form a vapor-tight seal that protects against moisture and contaminants.
electrical power is provided by six 210-amp-hr, 8D batteries, located in the port engine space and controlled by vapor-tight selector switches.
The hood is equipped with Underwriters Laboratories-approved vapor-tight, explosion-proof electrical equipment; an automatic sprinkler system; and multiple safety interlocks to shut down the entire system if it malfunctions.
All rainwater pipes with vapor-tight rubber insulation make connections to existing underground lines - approx.
Machine housing features a vapor-tight vessel with an easily removable o-ring seal and four clamps, a sight glass over the center of the basket providing a clear view of the contents in the basket, sanitary halogen lights, and a 6 degree sloped bottom design that allows complete liquid drainage.
155 m 2 vapor-tight insulation on ventilation ducts and fittings, - approx.
170 m pe sewage pipe for internal rainwater drainage (dn100 - dn250), - all rainwater pipes with vapor-tight rubber insulation, - make connections to existing underground lines, - approx.