An opening cut through the waterway and bulwarks of a ship, so that water falling on deck may flow overboard; -- called also scupper hole.
Drain, normally located on a roof or deck that allows rain water to drain off.
(1) An opening for drainage in a wall, curb or parapet. (2) The drain above a downspout or in a flat roof, usually connected to the downspout.
A drain hole that allows water falling on deck to flow overboard.
An opening in a deck or cockpit permitting water to drain out.
a drainage opening cut flush with the deck of a vessel through the bulwark or bin wall.
drain on or below the deck of a ship that guides water on or through the side
drain that allows water on the deck of a vessel to flow overboard
an exterior drain
an opening in the side of a ship at deck level to allow excess water to drain off
An opening in a building that allows water to run off the deck or roof.
drain pipe through a parapet
Stringer's drainage hole.
A scupper is a water drain which runs under the surface of the road or roadside curb or sidewalk. Scupper cleaning refers to the removal of objects lodged in the drain, such as leaves, branches, and other debris.
the drain in a downspout on a flat roof, usually connected to the downspout.
An opening in the bulwarks of a ship through which water accumulated on deck can flow freely overboard.
Drain in cockpit, Coaming, or toe-rail allowing water to drain out and overboard.
hole in bulwarks to allow water on deck to drain overboard
An opening through which water can drain over the edge of a flat roof.
An opening in the side of a ship at deck level to allow water to run off. An opening for draining off water, as from a floor or the roof of a building.
An opening in a gutter or parapet system which prevents ponding.
Provision for roof drainage pipe or duct.
An opening through a parapet or façade designed to direct the flow of water out through the face of the gutter rather than through a downspout.
An opening in the bulwarks of a ship that allow accumulated deck water to flow freely overboard. Crew members regularly hose down open deck areas of the ship (to remove salt water residues or the remains of someone's spilled cola.
An opening in the base of a ship's gunwale, that allows water to drain off the deck.
a water-resistant material, which may be metal or membrane, extending through a wall and its cavities, positioned to direct water entering the top of the wall or cavity to the exterior
A hole or gutter bordering a deck; to let water run through a wall to a conductor head.
(1) Channel through parapet, designed for peripheral drainage of the roof, usually as safety overflow system to limit accumulation of ponded rainwater caused by clogged drains; (2) An opening in a wall or parapet that allows water to drain from a roof.
Drainage device in the form of an outlet through a wall, parapet wall or raised roof edge lined with a soldered sheet metal sleeve.
A hole in the wall to allow water to course through.
An opening in a ship's side to allow water to run off of the deck.
An outlet in the wall of a building or a parapet wall for drainage of water from a flat roof.
An opening through the toe rail or gunwale to allow water to drain back into the sea.
A hole or channel cut in a vessel's side or waterway to drain off deck water.
opening in building wall, used for drainage from flat roof.
A Scupper is an opening on the deck of a boat to allow runoff during heavy rains or large waves. Sometimes used to refer to similar drainage for a building.