base box

base box

[′bās ‚bäks]
(metallurgy)
A unit of area used for tin-plated steel sheet; one base box is equivalent to 112 sheets, 14 by 20 inches (35.6 by 50.8 centimeters), or 62,720 square inches of surface, coated on two sides; 1 pound (0.454 kilogram) of tin per base box is equal to a coating of tin 0.000059 inch (0.0014986 millimeter) thick.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Safest option was the fridge for salmon fillets, bag of crisps for the drive down and to hide the unopened cot base box.
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