floor line

floor line

A line, or series of short lines, as on a wall, establishing the level of the finish floor.
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These products are a great alternative to the RockSolid Garage floor line offering rich, voluminous colors.
The fountains and jet streams springing out of the floor line the walkway from Albert Dock into the Liverpool One shopping complex.
The highlight of the initiative was the insight gained on how to enhance comfort, efficiency, safety and productivity of equipment; reduce space in racks, reduce searching through categorizing parts by function, promote flow and enhance visualization using floor line, color coding and labelling.
Besides showing its best sellers, including designs from its photo-realistic Fo Floor line, the company was also featuring two new items.
Here is how: As he painted them, six of the canvases were firmly tacked on the wall down to the floor line, but two were hung low enough that a foot or so of the fabric continued onto the studio floor.
In most roll-in-shower installations, the base is set below the finished floor line, making the entry level flush and even.
The plan reveals two overlaying ellipses that define the floor line and the top rim of this 11.
The modification work was extensive; it involved cutting the blast machine off at the top of the base floor line and removing the work chamber, leaving the vibrating beam product conveyor system intact.
Rear seat legroom is especially good and lifting heavy suitcases in through the rear hatchback is helped by the low floor line.
Side edges of panels should be even with outer margins of legs, upper edges even with the upper ends of the legs, lower edges about 6" from the floor line and 3/4" lower than the bottom of the back panel.
Video sequences reduced to white contour lines by a computer program, or, in other cases, animated hand drawings, were beamed onto the wall or onto a Styrofoam block just above the floor line.