Enclosure Sample Clauses

Enclosure. The volume of the Enclosure and the above ground portion of its pad as shown in the Site Plan is cubic feet. The location, size, and appearance of the related ground- based equipment (radios, batteries, etc.), enclosures, cabinets, and pedestals shall be as follows:
Enclosure. The programmable load control DCU enclosure shall be made of UV stabilized, high impact strength plastic. The enclosure shall be NEMA 3R rated. All electronics shall be mounted in a removable door for ease of maintenance. The door shall be double hinged and shall have a dual point latching mechanism. Provisions shall be made for securing the cover with 4 screws and a meter seal.
Enclosure. The use of rigid, durable construction materials that are mechanically fastened to the substrate to act as a barrier between the LBP and the environment.
Enclosure. The goal of enclosure measures is to construct a barrier between the LBP and the environment. This is done with rigid, durable materials such as paneling or wallboard, with the edges and seams all sealed with caulk or some other sealant. Enclosur e is best used for floors, pipes, ceilings, exterior trim, etc. For example, a certified LBP contrac- tor who is enclosing a wall should first be sure that the surface is dry. Thick plastic sheeting should be spread around the work area to keep lead dust from spreading to other parts of the house. The contractor should write “LBP” on the wall to be enclosed. The contractor should nail strips of wood 12” apar t, running vertically, and a horizontal strip of wood along the base of the wall. This baseline wood strip should be sealed with caulk along the bottom edge to create a dust-tight seal. New wall- board or paneling should then be attached to the ver tical wood strips and the baseline wood strip, with all seams and edges caulked to perform a tight seal. Enclosure can also be used for exterior LBP. Enclosing outside surfaces with a dust-tight material or aluminum siding serves to protect the LBP from the elements, creates less waste, and increases the energy effi- ciency of the home. Paint Removal There are safe and unsafe ways to remove LBP from a surface. LBP should never be removed by torch or flame burning, open abrasive blast- ing, uncontained water blasting, machine sanding without a HEPA filter, on-site use of flammable sol- vents, solutions of potassium or sodi- um hydroxides, or dry scraping of large areas. The on-site use of chemi- cal strippers, which dissolve the paint, can be dangerous because the sol- vents and caustic pastes used in this process may give off harmful vapors and are a fire hazard. One of the preferred methods of paint removal is off-site removal using chemical stripping agents. This works well for doors, mantels, and other trim that may have historical or architectural value. The items are removed from the premises and then are dipped into a tank of chemical stripping agents causing the paint to dissolve off of the surface. The stripped items should be washed before reinstallation. There also are some on-site tech- niques that are considered safe if con- ducted properly. These include wet scraping and wet planing. In these techniques, the painted surface must be misted before and during scraping or planing to keep the lead dust levels down. Once the paint has been removed, the surfac...
Enclosure. City leases to Lessee and Lessee leases from City that certain Enclosure in the City of Calistoga, depicted in the Site Plan attached hereto as Exhibit A on the terms and conditions set forth herein. Lessee has no leasehold or possessory interest in the Property, and such lease arrangement is a license to use the Enclosure and a limited license to cross the Property on marked driveways to gain access to the public street. The Enclosure is owned by City, and City has granted a limited license for a Recyclables Trash Container to be located on the Property.
Enclosure. 1. One copy of the legal and valid business registration materials of Hunan Mingyuntang Brand Management Co., Ltd.
Enclosure. The construction of an airtight, impermeable, permanent barrier surrounding the ACM to prevent the release of asbestos fibers into the air.
Enclosure. Enclosures below the Lowest Floor on elevated buildings must be wet floodproofed and the use must be limited to parking, access or storage or dry floodproofed;
Enclosure. Enclosure should be flameproof of construction made of cast steel/ fabricated from mild steel plates and divided into two compartments separated by plate barrier by Steel with proper interconnecting arrangements. One compartment shall house through going bus bars and isolator. Second compartment i.e. main chamber shall house circuit breaker, protective devices and associated components.
Enclosure. Use for a crawlspace enclosure is limited to facilitating building component access. The enclosure cannot be dry floodproofed. An attached garage must meet the wet floodproof requirements except for both the required flood openings and limits on use but the attached garage floor must be two (2) or more feet above the Base Flood Elevation; and