Blind stop

Blind stop

The molding used to stop an outside door or window shutter in the closed position.

blind stop

blind stop
A rectangular molding used in the assemblage of a window frame; nailed between the outside trim and the outside sashes, it serves as a stop for storm sashes and screens and assists in preventing air infiltration.
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Technological safety aspects include Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Smart Cruise Control with Stop/Start, Smart Blind Stop Detection and Lane Keep Assist.
Two needle sleeve options are offered--one with a blind stop for cannulated applications and the other for use with stereotaxic holders--each with adjustable needle exposure of 0 to 20 mm.
Hero and why: Sir Ernest Shackleton for being able to make a group of people work together to overcome an almost impossible challenge, and my blind cat Arthur, who never lets being blind stop him from doing anything.
They both fit in the space between the outside stop, called the blind stop, and the removable interior stop (see Fig.
Measure all the way to the jamb, not the blind stop or parting stop (see Fig.
Then remove it and lay a bead of polyurethane caulk along the inside of the blind stop and the backside of the window stool.
3 REST the bottom of the replacement window on the sill and tilt the window into place against the blind stop. If your window includes a head expander, position it over the top of the jamb first, Press the window tight against the caulked blind stop.
9 CAULK the joint between the new window and the blind stop and between the windowsill and filler strip.
space between the clip and the blind stop or the jamb liner won't snap in (Photo 5).
Paul, 43, of Gordon Road, Roath, Cardiff, has never let the fact he is blind stop him from doing anything.