end lap

end lap

[′end ‚lap]
(design engineering)
A joint in which two joining members are made to overlap by removal of half the thickness of each.

end lap

The amount of overlap in a lap joint, as at the end of a ply of roofing felt.
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The profile shall have a minimum crest depth of 8mm and maxiumum pitch of 200 mm with minimum side and end lap as per manufactures instructions, including for hedge is cap and eaves cap
Beginning the third of the Silverstone races from fourth place, Morris, from Marford near Wrexham, made a fantastic start to move into third on the run to Copse and then closed up behind second-placed Jake Hughes to end lap one only 0.
If an end lap should occur between supports, such lap should be of 4 inches length.
Contract notice: End lap pzr: providing non-destructive testing of the connection area of ?
Coloured industrial corrugate iron sheet work fitted and fixed with 10mm dia J or L hook-botts and must limpet and bitumen washer and putty complete, with 150 mm end lap and done corrugation minimum side lap with 0.
Corrosion is the other main reason for failures on metal roofs, particularly at end laps and cut edges.
Youngster Russell Anderson, from Dumfries, Scotland, was the hero of the race, held over 75 minutes duration plus the five end laps.
In fact, screws are used not only to secure the panels to the purlins, but to "stitch" the panels together at the sides and end laps.
The sheets of aluminium, up to 85m in length, are rolled directly onto the roof to create a continuous weathertight covering without end laps.
One is at the end laps of the metal panels where the original butyl tape seals age and fail.
A sealant is installed between the two panels at the side, and end laps and fasteners are used for connection.