door check

door check

[′dȯr ‚chek]
(design engineering)
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door closer

door closer, 1
1. A device combining a spring for closing and a compression chamber into which liquid or air escapes slowly, thus providing a
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The EDMC must conduct a door to door check to ascertain whether their registration," councillor Manoj Tyagi said.
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"If somebody calls at the door check to see who it is by looking through the front door or use a door viewer.
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Additional benefits of this new Cycle-Safe development include a stainless steel spring loaded door check holdback and a lock mechanism in the lower right corner of the upper unit, both of which contribute to the cyclist's ease of use.
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Before you open the door check to see who it is by looking through your front window or by using a door viewer if you have one.
Before opening the bedroom door check if the handle is hot.