door clearance

door clearance

1. The clearance between the bottom of a door and the finished floor.
2. Same as frame clearance.
3. The clearance between the meeting edges of a pair of doors.
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Tenders are invited for Clearance work of 11 Wards of the city and Door to Door clearance work.
It consists of a 20-foot-wide center section that has a door clearance of 10 feet, 10 inches and two shorter wing sections with doors that are 10 feet, 10 inches wide.
This design eliminates door clearance requirements and makes it easy for gloved personnel to operate while holding parts.
Kitchen doors are the usual ones to remove, as you can then use every bit of wall space for fitted units without having to accommodate the door clearance.
Measure the carpet height and door clearance to find out.
The roll-up construction conserves valuable cleanroom space by eliminating large door clearance requirements.
The roll-up construction conserves cleanroom space by eliminating large door clearance requirements.
His shelves vary from 13 to 16 inches apart, but you can adjust them to your needs and garage door clearance.
The hangar bay area has a door clearance 74 feet wide by 28 feet high.
Closefitting gear doors means it won't go on either of the main tires, although airplanes with more gear door clearance would allow this.