A commercial form of iron that is rough, malleable, and relatively soft and contains less than 0.3% of slag mechanically mixed with it.
The natural movement of heat through a body of fluid that occurs when a warm fluid rises and cool fluid sinks under the influence of gravity.
1. As a noun, the works comprising a sewer system, pumping stations, treatment works, and all other works necessary to the collection, treatment, and disposal of sewage. 2. As an adjective, having to do with the collection, treatment, and disposal of sewage. 3. The systematic removal and disposal of sewage and general surface water by […]
Shall normally consist of a water closet, a lavatory, a bathtub (with or without shower head) or a shower stall.
A vent in which the vent pipe rises well above the highest water level in the fixture vented and then turns down before connecting to the stack or main vent.
1. A channel, or gulley, worn by running water. Something forming, or intended, to form a channel. 2. A groove at an eaves or metal trough under an eaves to catch rainwater and carry it off (as to a downspout) 3. A low area, course, ditch, or furrow (as at a roadside) to carry off […]
1. A cover used to guide and enclose the stem of a valve. 2. That portion of a gate valve into which the disc rises when the valve is opened.