Motion Picture Handbook: A Guide for Managers and Operators of Motion Picture Theatres (Google eBook)

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Moving Picture World, 1916 - Motion picture projection - 702 pages
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Page 67 - SWITCHBOARDS — a. Must be so placed as to reduce to a minimum the danger of communicating fire to adjacent combustible material.
Page 229 - ... said films to be kept in these cases. Ventilation. — • Booths to be provided with an inlet in each of four sides, said inlets to be 15 inches long and 3 inches high, the lower side of the same not to be more than 3 inches above floor level.
Page 67 - Must be so placed as to reduce to a minimum the danger of communicating fire to adjacent combustible material. b. Must be accessible from all sides when the connections are on the back ; or may be placed against a brick or stone wall when the wiring is entirely on the face. c. Must be kept free from moisture. d. Must be made of non.combustible material, or of hard wood in skeleton form, filled to prevent absorption of moisture. e.
Page 53 - ... then the voltage increased by steps of not over 3,000 volts, each held for five minutes, until the rupture of the insulation occurs. The tests for dielectric strength shall be made on a sample of wire which has been immersed in water for seventy-two hours. One foot of the wire under test is to be submerged in a conducting liquid...
Page 68 - SWITCHBOARDS. If the wiring is on the back, there must be a clear space of at least eighteen inches between the wall and the apparatus on the board, and even if the wiring is entirely on the face, it is much better to have the board set out from the wall. A clearance of at least 1 ft. 6 in. between the wall and the furthest extending apparatus on the back of the switchboard is required for boards which have wiring on their backs. This 1 ft. 6 in. is the minimum clearance permissible. It is customary...
Page 68 - ... on the face. / If the wiring is on the back, there must be a clear space of at least eighteen inches between the wall and the apparatus on the board, and even if the wiring is entirely on the face, it is much better to have the board set out from the wall. d. Must be kept free from moisture. e. Wires with inflammable outer braiding, when brought close together, as in the rear of switchboards, must, when required, be each surrounded with a tight, non-combustible outer cover. Flame proofing must...
Page 67 - Switchboards. a. Must be so placed as to reduce to a minimum the danger of communicating fire to adjacent combustible material. Switchboards must not be built up to the ceiling, a space of three feet being left, if possible, between the ceiling and the board. The space back of the board must be kept clear of rubbish and not used for storage purposes.
Page 81 - York, and of the board of water supply of the city of New York, are complied with, and shall make such regular or special inspections as the state commissioner of health or the commissioner of the department of water supply, gas and electricity of the city of New York, or the board of water supply of the city of New York, may prescribe.
Page 428 - THE mercury arc rectifier is a device marketed by two manufacturers, the General Electric Company and the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, for...
Page 229 - ... by means of iron strips and screws. Near the center of the top of the booth shall be a circular opening of not less than ten inches...

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Motion picture handbook; a guide for managers and operators of motion picture theatres ([c1916]). Motion picture handbook; a guide for managers and ...
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HISTORY OF THE CINEMA : 1895 – 1940 (microfiches). Cette liste est classée par ordre alphabétique de l’auteur ou de la collectivité. ...
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Chronology of Edison Motion Picture Equipment from 1894 to 1916
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L'opérateur de vues animées :. dens ex machina des premières. salles de cinéma. x. Timothy Barnard. Pour Martin Heath ...
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