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cold zone

In a hazardous materials incident, an unexposed area where rescue personnel wait for assignments and the command post is located, which is safe from any potential contamination.
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3) The seasonal data which pre-divided for cold individually placed in source cold zone of cold zone turn 4);
This station (located in the cold zone, at the entrance to the warm zone) is the final decontamination location.
Some thermal divergence to cold zone at the end of the joint where the wire was not installed is unavoidable, as the effect of reduced arranged length of the wire was simulated.
Products are application-specific and are designed for precision airflow by targeted air speeds, elimination of drafts and hot/ cold zones. Additionally, they can be made in any color or pattern to provide an aesthetic element to any environment.
The main spa area has 10 different hot and cold zones, starting with the herbal laconium, a not-too-hot sauna where herbs are warmed on coals to release gentle aromas.
You'll just have cold zones in the room and condensation on your windows if they are not super-insulated.