A groove, or channel, as in the face of a wall; a trench, as for the reception of drain tile.
cut a groove into; "chase silver"
a recess which is made after the wall has been constructed
A small closed off space, a groove in a masonry wall, or through a floor, that accommodates pipes, ducts, or other utilities.
A groove in a masonry wall or through a floor to accommodate pipes or ducts.
A framed enclosed space around a flue pipe or a channel in a wall or through a ceiling for something to lie in or pass through.
venial groove in masonry wall for pipes, duets, or conduits: frame that holds paper in printing press.
Inscribing or cutting a groove into brick, plaster or other material, usually so that a cable or pipe can be embedded into it.
A groove cut in masonry or plaster for electrical cabling or pipework.
A groove cut in masonry or plaster in which pipe-work or an electrical cable may be placed; to cut or channel such grooves.
A continuous recess built into a wall to receive pipes, ducts, etc.
Similar to fire wall (MB).
A groove or channel for carrying electric wires.
A tunnel or opening through a wall or floor for pipes, ducts and wires.
AN ENCLOSED RUN IN OR ON A WALL, OR THROUGH A FLOOR, TO ACCOMMODATE PIPES OR DUCTS.
A groove. or shaft in a wall provided for accommodation, of pipes, ducts, or conduits.
A shielded vertical shaft that houses various pipes, drains, ducts, and flues.
1. The shielded vertical shaft that houses pipes, drains, ducts, and flues. 2. A trench or groove. 3. To work decorative patterns into a metal surface.