A sealed box with gloves attached and passing through openings into the box, so that workers can handle materials in the box; used to handle certain radioactive and biologically dangerous materials and to prevent contamination of materials and objects such as germfree rats or lunar rocks.


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PASSIVE RADIATOR

[ENG ACOUS] A loudspeaker driver with no voice-coil or magnet assemblies that is mounted in a box with a woofer and exhibits a resonance that can be used to improve the low-frequency response of the system.

LOOK BOX

Box with glass windows built into distillation-column rundown lines (or other flow lines) so that the stream of condensate from the condenser can be watched.

JAW

A notched part that permits a railroad-car axle box to move vertically.

FATIGUE PLATELETS

Normal particles between 20 and 40 microns found in gear box and rolling element bearing oil samples observed by analytical ferrography. A sudden increase in the size and quantity of these particles indicates excessive wear.

DRY PIPE

A perforated or slotted pipe or box inside the drum and connected to the steam outlet.

SHAFT ALLEY

The section of a ship that houses the propulsion shaft, running from the engine room to the stuffing box or stern tube.

MARSHALING YARD

This is a container parking lot, or any open area where containers are stored in a precise order according to the ship loading plan. Containers terminals may use a grounded or wheeled layout. If the cargo box is placed directly on the ground, it is called a grounded operation. If the box is on

BOX

Slang term for a container

TRACTOR-TRAILER

A truck that have three main units. The front section where the driver sits is called the cab or the tractor (because it pulls a load). Cargo is loaded into the metal box (container), which is loaded onto the wheel base called a chassis or a trailer.

BOAT COMPASS

A small compass mounted in a box for small craft. use

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