floor register

floor register

A register which is set flush with a floor.
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We heard some different dance floor register - sometimes a bit more electronic, teutonic almost, and a lot of falsetto, which is quite interesting.
We found that setting food over a furnace floor register works, too.
The newly designed humidifier fits over any household floor register and uses forced air from the furnace to circulate humidified air that is drawn out of the wick system.
Instead, be romantic by fireside." The catch here is that our heat comes from a floor register. Not too romantic at best.
They can be installed in place of a floor register grate or installed in walls or floors.
Cross merchandising: Solid-brass floor register covers, $29.99 each; 2 or more, $24.99 each.
As it was, they tripped me up, sending me headfirst into the wall and then bottomfirst onto the floor register. Luckily, I don't belong to a nudist colony, because for the next three days my right flank could have been mistaken for a waffle.
You can find your floor thickness by either removing a floor register and measuring the floor where the duct comes through, or by drilling a small hole in an out-of-the-way corner and measuring with a nail.
Advise residents to double check that floor registers are clear of furniture, so heat doesn't get trapped underneath.
Even the sculpted electrical conduit, woven together like sewer grates or antique floor registers, employs the same technique and is noticeably attached to the ceramic surface using black, PC-7 adhesive.
* Because floor registers are immediately accessible to occupants, manually adjustable diffusers are often used in interior workstations instead of thermostatically operated diffusers or terminals.
I'd forgotten to cut out the underlayment over the floor registers, and they were buried under the flooring!