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An enclosed space or facility to contain and prevent the escape of hazardous material.



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GAS-FREEING

The removal of toxic, and/or flammable gas from a tank or enclosed space with inert gas followed by the introduction of fresh air.

AIR PUMP

A device for removing air from an enclosed space or for adding air to an enclosed space.

MOIST ROOM

An enclosed space that is maintained at a specified temperature, usually 73 F (23 C), with the humidity maintained at 98% or above and that is used to cure and store test specimens of cementitious material.

AIR THERMOMETER

A device that measures the temperature of an enclosed space by means of variations in the pressure or volume of air contained in a bulb placed in the space.

PILOT HOUSE

The enclosed space on the navigating bridge from which a ship is controlled when under way. See bridge

AIR SPACE

An enclosed space containing air in a wall for thermal insulation.

PLENUM CHAMBER

An enclosed space in which a plenum condition exists; air is forced into it for slow distribution through ducts.

COMBUSTION CHAMBER

An enclosed space provided for the combustion of fuel.

FURNACE

An enclosed space provided for the combustion of fuel.

VENT

An opening in a vessel or other enclosed space for the removal of gas or vapor.

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