A drain pipe connecting the soil line or plumbing fixtures in a building to the main line.
In a lightning protection system, a conductor that branches off at an angle from a continuous run of the conductor.
The portion of an electric wiring system that extends beyond the final overcurrent device (such as a fuse) protecting the circuit.
A plumbing fitting in a line which is at an angle to the main pipeline, usually at a right angle.
In plumbing, a pipe which originates in or discharges into a main, submain, riser, or stack.
The useful mechanical power supplied by an engine as determined by a friction brake or an absorption dynamometer that is applied to the shaft or flywheel of the engine.
In Medieval architecture, an outer enceinte, 2 consisting of a palisade or low masonry wall on the counterscarp of a ditch.
Same as guilloche.
An electrical conductor which is composed of many fine wires braided or twisted together.