base anchor

base anchor

[′bās ‚aŋ·kər]
(building construction)
The metal piece attached to the base of a doorframe for the purpose of securing the frame to the floor.

base anchor

The metal piece attached to the base of a doorframe for the purpose of securing the frame to the floor; either fixed or adjustable.
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To moor an energy system, the first part of the device, the female, is attached to a steel or concrete gravity base anchor on the seabed.
For installations in brick surfaces, the contractor will cut the bricks or remove them neatly in order to install the base anchor with the concrete slab.
installation of new base anchors and realignment of all four fields.
A two-story stone base anchors the red brick and metal panel facade with large corner windows.
A concrete and reinforced three-bar base anchors the portable tower; a 25-foot pole extends from the base.
A red sandstone base anchors the building to the ground.
The table's L-shaped base anchors to the peninsula cooktop and runs down to bolt onto the floor joists.
The Contractor is responsible for removing base anchors for tilling and grading and then replacing them.
Eglin Air Force Base anchors the local economy and provides general stability to the area.