draught stop

draught stop

[′draf ‚stöp]
(building construction)
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fire stop

fire stop
In a concealed, hollow construction, a material or member which fills or seals the open construction to prevent or retard the spread of fire.
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A key option you really have to have on this car is the 'Cabriolet Comfort package.' .' This gives you two key features; the electric AIRCAP draught stop system that reduces the interior turbulence for rear passengers at the press of a button.
Firstly, there's the electric AIRCAP draught stop system that reduces interior turbulence for rear passengers at the press of a button.
The model is to be equipped with an automatic draught barrier called Aircap which includes two separate parts - a wind deflector on the windscreen frame and a draught stop between the two rear seats - and Airscarf neck-level heating system.
It activates automatically at 25mph and retracts at 9mph while a draught stop behind the rear head restraints is self adjusting when the back seats are occupied.