flush cover

flush cover

[¦fləsh ′kəv·ər]
(graphic arts)
In bookbinding, a book cover that has been trimmed to the same size as the text pages inside.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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There are no clips or fasteners, just the press of a button on the centre console or the key fob and, 17 seconds later, the roof is neatly stowed away beneath the flush cover.
There are no clips or fasteners, just the press of a button on the centre console or the key fob and, 17 seconds later, the roof is neatly stowed away beneath the flush cover. Should the rain swiftly return, then a mere 20 seconds is all it takes to automatically raise the roof while the soft top can even be operated when the car is moving at up to five miles per hour - ideal if raindrops keep falling on your head when the car is stuck in traffic.
This design also reduces the potential of contaminants entering the tank during element changes, as the element can be exchanged through a flush cover on the top of the tank.
In seconds it latches itself to the windscreen frame or automatically tucks itself neatly away under a flush cover above the boot.
The flush cover has knockouts of 1 1/4" and 2" in the center to mount a conduit fitting if flexible conduit is used for transition to the furniture.
All it takes is the press of a button on the centre console, or on the remote key fob, and 17 seconds later the roof is stowed away, bidden beneath a flush cover. Boot space is then limited, but there's still room for a reasonable amount of luggage.
In about seconds it latches itself to the windscreen frame or automatically tucks itself neatly away under a flush cover above the boot.