cavity wall


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cav·i·ty wall

one of the surfaces bounding a cavity.

cav·i·ty wall

(kavi-tē wawl)
A surface bounding a cavity.
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Enverge Cavity Wall Products are covered by the Enverge(TM) Building Envelope Assembly Compatibility Warranty.
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5 mm, near the cavity wall, the magnetized patterns were found to depend on the injection rate.
The cavity wall was first used in coastal locations to keep rain out but soon spread to drier locations, as it was identified that the cavity also provided a degree of thermal retention.
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