Floor closer | Article about floor closer by The Free Dictionary
A door-closing device which is installed in a recess in the floor below the door to regulate the opening and closing swing of the door.
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The work has the effect of pulling the ceiling and floor closer
together, a reminder that the cellar ceiling is the weighty floor of the light-filled room above.
proved more accommodating, although Steve Couri, company president, is already coveting a showroom on a higher floor closer
to other textiles companies.
Faster movers are placed on the second floor closer
to the conveyor or the elevators, while the WMS assigns slower moving items to more distant second and third floor locations.
One method for generating improvements is to relocate the dry pumps from the subfab floor closer
to the tool itself.