flush cover

flush cover

[¦fləsh ′kəv·ər]
(graphic arts)
In bookbinding, a book cover that has been trimmed to the same size as the text pages inside.
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Tenders are invited for Supplying erection testing and commissioning of HOT dip galvanized octagonal steel pole of 9 meter height made out of 3mm thick sheet having bottom 200mm A F and top 100mm A F with bracket as per drawing attached including built in connector control box with flush cover and supplying and fixing of 6 Amp SP MCB C-Series and 32 Amp heavy duty connector etc for making connections with suitable size of copper wire and thimbles lugs in the connector box The pole shall be installed in cement concrete foundation 1 3 6 i e 1 cement 3 coarse sand and 6 graded stone with the help of anchor bolts of 3 4 dia by laying iron barmesh fabricated with 6mm dia iron bar earthing of pole connection etc complete as required File No 228/15X6/4
There are no clips or fasteners, just the press of a button on the centre console or the key fob and, 17 seconds later, the roof is neatly stowed away beneath the flush cover.
This design also reduces the potential of contaminants entering the tank during element changes, as the element can be exchanged through a flush cover on the top of the tank.
In seconds it latches itself to the windscreen frame or automatically tucks itself neatly away under a flush cover above the boot.
The flush cover has knockouts of 1 1/4" and 2" in the center to mount a conduit fitting if flexible conduit is used for transition to the furniture.
All it takes is the press of a button on the centre console, or on the remote key fob, and 17 seconds later the roof is stowed away, bidden beneath a flush cover.