Cabinet Sample Clauses

Cabinet. The cabinet shall be equipped with a nozzle(s) which provides a solid cone water spray of sufficient angle to completely cover the sample device. The centreline of the nozzle(s) shall be directed downward at an angle of 45°± 5° to the vertical axis of a rotating test platform.
Cabinet. One (1) nine foot (9') cabinet (the "SPACE") located in the **, as further set forth in EXHIBIT A to this Addendum.
Cabinet. HARDWARE .1 Door Hinges: .1 135° degrees, fully adjustable, concealed, 110° degrees, fully adjustable, concealed where requested, .2 Acceptable materials: Blum, Hettich, Salice, .3 Soft Closing doors and drawers may be required; .2 Door “D” Pull and Drawer Pulls: .1 128 mm centers, 10 mm diameter, metal with nickel finish. Standard of Acceptance: Richelieu #BP6211128195 or approved alternate;
Cabinet. The University will provide a filing cabinet that locks. The filing cabinet will be located in the Union’s designated office on campus or in an area that is close to the work area of the presiding President of the AFSCME local chapter that is in agreement with the Union and the University. The key will be in the sole possession of the Union.
Cabinet. A Sure-Med-Registered Trademark- cabinet is a computer-controlled storage unit.
Cabinet. The sign controller shall be installed in the DMS Equipment Cabinet. The cabinet shall be a Model 332D cabinet with dual-sided access, polycarbonate base and cast-in-place concrete pad. The equipment cabinet shall be natural aluminum with anchor bolts in accordance with the FHWA-
Cabinet. Cabinet means the standard telecommunication equipment cabinet in the IDC server room provided by the service provider. Each cabinet is equipped with 6.8A standard power, with UPS power supply not higher than 9A. The service provider guarantees that the power connectivity reaches 99.9%. The service provider shall also provide a carrier-grad operation environment for the user equipment, including air-conditioning, dust removal, fire prevention and security surveillance.
Cabinet. The Executive is accountable for most day-to-day decisions. The Executive is made up of the Leader and the Cabinet. When major decisions are to be discussed or made, these are published in the Leader’s Forward Plan. If these major decisions are to be taken at a meeting of the Executive, the meeting will be open for the public to attend except where personal or confidential matters are being discussed. The Executive has to make decisions which are in line with the Council’s overall policies and budget. If it wishes to make a decision which is outside the budget or policy framework, this must be referred to the Council as a whole to decide. Most routine decisions are taken by individual Cabinet Members acting under delegated powers. These are known as “executive decisions” and are published weekly on the website. The Leader is the Chairman of the Cabinet and can appoint up to nine other members. Each Cabinet Member has a “portfolio” of services for which he or she is responsible as Lead Member.
Cabinet. For printer. With plexiglass cover to protect printer from dust and vapour, and storage area for extra paper.
Cabinet. The cabinet shall be NEMA 3R ground mount traffic controller style cabinet with dual-sided access, polycarbonate base and cast-in-place concrete pad. The cabinet type shall be as follows: The cabinet shall be a Model 332 cabinet or larger if required to house all required components. The Contractor shall be responsible for the design of the cabinet. The equipment cabinet shall be natural aluminum with anchor bolts in accordance with the FHWA-