floor joint

floor joint

A joint between the sides of boards or planks which are continuous from end to end.
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In a unanimous vote, the panel sent to the House floor Joint Resolution 52, introduced by Rep.
Metzger/McGuire, based in Concord, NH, has been a leading manufacturer of industrial floor joint fillers and repair products for more than thirty years.
Handling stability and ride comfort have been achieved by increasing body rigidity through such things as using bracing around the rear suspension and employing spot welds focused on door openings and floor joints.
Liquids seeping inside the floor joints can cause damages like swelling.
In addition, the location of floor joints can effect the operation - although in new buildings these can often be designed into the system if the truck manufacturer is consulted at an early enough stage in the process.
For repairing loose concrete floor joints, the Joint-Saver cylinder device stabilizes rocking joints and cracks when used in conjunction with other joint and floor-repair materials.
"Police found soap suds near thewashed front door step and the hall floor was wet to such an extent that the laminate floor joints appeared swollen withwater.Therewere redsmearmarks on the skirting along the length of the hallway.
The blaze was found to be in the floor joints of the first floor and in the ceiling of the ground floor.
* Joint shear in floor joints is 3 to 5 times more than the roof joints.
The facility's floor will be a unique shrinkage compensating concrete slab, which significantly reduces floor joints, decreasing wear and tear and lowering overall maintenance costs.