Feature Types

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Code Feature Type Definition
136 Bund An impervious embankment of earth, or a wall of brick, stone, concrete or other suitable material, which may form part or all of the perimeter of a compound that provides a barrier to retain liquid. The bund is designed to contain spillages and leaks from liquids used, stored or processed above-ground, and to facilitate clean-up operations.
441 Dam A barrier constructed to hold back water and raise its level, forming a reservoir or preventing flooding.
242 Mast An upright post or lattice-work structure for supporting radio antennas or similar features. Usually supported by guys. (Non directional beacons are stored under beacons)
251 Pad A levelled ground surface.
257 Pipe A line of pipe connected to valves and other control devices, for conducting fluids, gases, or finely divided solids
260 Pole A tall, slender and rounded length of wood or metal, generally vertical, used to give structural support for utility features such as the electrical fittings and cables. May or may not be supported by guys.
272 Ramp An inclined platform joining two levels of ground eg. between two landings at different levels.
318 Tank Large metal, wooden, glass etc., vessel for liquid, gas, etc.
328 Tower A self supporting construction supported by feet. It has latticed uprights and has no guys.