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The holes allowed for expansion of aerosol foam flotation, which was used to completely fill the compartments created by the bulkheads.
Bulkheads and revetment structures are the most common site design elements to stabilize shorelines for new development.
To cater for Castell Howell's multi-temperature operation, the 12 tonne vehicles have variable stow, interior moving bulkheads and Carrier Supra 750MT refrigeration systems with one remote evaporator centrally mounted adjacent to the front bulkhead and a second one mounted next to the rear doors.
The PrimAir Universal's design eliminates practically all the sizing problems associated with conventional bulkheads," explains Jason Forman, Thermo King category specialist, accessories.
Mr Hughes told the court he had been part of a team which fitted new bulkheads to the Solway Harvester before it sank.
Bulkheads USA Swimming also has paperwork stating the fastest times are swimming bulkhead to bulkhead.
Both lanes can be accessed independently from the rear and where direct access into both compartments is required from the interior of the vehicle, double or triple doors have been incorporated into the dividing bulkheads.
Wood in submerged parts of bulkheads is leaching constantly into the water.
However, in producing its bedplate casting, Teksid found a significant porosity problem located between the ingate and one of the bulkheads in the bedplate.
For the sonic boom research, the Navy F-5E was outfitted with a specially shaped nose glove that Northrop Grumman program manager Charles Boccadoro said was built with 22 new frames and bulkheads.
Military Traffic Management Command cargo is moving with inches to spare from the ship's bulkheads.
The government on Monday ordered Japan Air System (JAS) to complete within two weeks checks of its 17 A300 Airbus passenger planes for possible corrosion of rear pressure bulkheads.