Disconnect definition

Disconnect means the permanent disconnection of any structure, switchgear, equipment, line or device used by you at the Supply Point from the Transportation System and “Disconnection or Disconnected” shall be construed accordingly;
Disconnect means the disabling of circuitry preventing both outgoing and incoming communications.

Examples of Disconnect in a sentence

  • Disconnect, demolish, and remove work specified under Division 23 and as indicated.

  • Disconnect: Door interlocked fused disconnect shall interrupt all input power from the drive and all internally mounted options.

  • Disconnect, blind, or block lines to prevent development of hazardous conditions.

  • Disconnect electrical and gas lines and existing ductwork from the old unit.

  • Disconnect or suspend, in whole or in part, services provided under the Contract until Contractor has remediated all issues to the satisfaction of TDI.


More Definitions of Disconnect

Disconnect shall be construed accordingly;
Disconnect means the termination or discontinuance of electric services. (Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission; 170 IAC 4-1-16.5; filed Oct 13, 1983, 4:02 pm: 7 IR 39; readopted filed Jul 11, 2001, 4:30 p.m.: 24 IR 4233; readopted filed Apr 24, 2007, 8:21 a.m.: 20070509-IR-170070147RFA; errata filed Jul 21, 2009, 1:33 p.m.: 20090819-IR-170090571ACA)
Disconnect means to physically prevent the flow of water, recycled water or sewerage.
Disconnect means removing the supply to a meter (which may include the removal of a meter);
Disconnect means the removal of all or any of the Site-Related Connection Equipment by the Company in such a way that the Customer may not provide or receive a supply of electricity to or from the Transmission System and the termsDisconnection”, “Disconnected”, “Disconnecting” and like terms shall be construed accordingly;
Disconnect means to physically prevent the flow of water or sewerage.