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Area

The size of a two-dimensional space. One calculates the area by multiplying the area's length by its width.

area

A measurement of the square footage contained within certain boundaries.
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Although dust curtains are often set up around work areas, these may not be sufficient to prevent contaminant migration into occupied space.
Reportedly, the Fiber Access Networks Work Area focuses on defining the requirements for fibre network architectures leveraging NG-PON2 and other PON technologies in order to accelerate service provider deployments and ensure interoperability across the vendor ecosystem.
The Cervalis Facilities currently comprise more than 500,000 gross square feet of space, including more than 130,000 colocation square feet and over 100,000 square feet of work area recovery space.
Nisa Jalil, Vice President of Public & Government Relations for PT RRC, said, "From the very beginning of the operation, PT RRC educated local communities living around our work area towards providing the seedlings which will be used in the replanting program.
"While Noakes will continue to offer full slipping, maintenance and repair services including shipwright, rigging, antifouling, polishing, fabrication and spray painting, owners will have the option to reduce their costs by taking advantage of the lower day rate for the DIY area and only paying for the water and power they use." The DIY work area at Berrys Bay will be open for business on 1 April 2009.
The units utilize 3,000 registered position points within the work area, reducing material waste.
To accommodate the unique request, MKDA used color and sculptures of folding surfaces and planes to define and divide the trading area, work area, conference rooms, cafe and restrooms.
A table or standing lamp with a full-spectrum bulb helps in a work area.
The booth encloses the work environment on three sides and creates a cross draft in the work area, pulling the dust away from the breathing zone and providing high efficiency removal of nuisance dust, fumes and other particulates.
Use of this system results in a virtually coolant-free process as the coolant evaporates almost completely in the work area. Schunk Inc.
Restrictions of the work area, like height, width and turning area, can't be overlooked when choosing a loader, says O'Keeffe.
A double-insulated viewing pane in the front slides down pneumatically to seal the work area during a weld cycle, ensuring noise levels below 80 dB.