soleplate


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soleplate

[′sōl‚plāt]
(building construction)
The plate on which stud bases butt in a stud partition.
(civil engineering)
(engineering)
The supporting base of a machine.
A plate on which a bearing can be attached and, if necessary, adjusted slightly.

soleplate

soleplate, 2
1. Same as solepiece.
2. A horizontal timber which serves as a base for the studs in a stud partition.
3. A plate riveted to the bottom flange of a plate girder to bear on the masonry plate.
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In addition to its wider width, the soleplate is curved and has a unique U-shape for smooth and effortless ironing.
It has 2400W power for fast heat-up & exact soleplate temperature regulation, 350ml water tank capacity, 2 levels of constant steam, spray, shot of steam self clean button,and anti drip It has a long 3 metre rubber powercord so no more kinks and easy plug in.
The Tradition Unlimited Putter incorporates a stainless steel soleplate on the same body and can be personalized in an unlimited number of ways.
This durable product automatically eliminates microfibres before they cling to the soleplate of steam iron with the use of catalysis.
Use your regular clothes iron if you wish, but be aware that you may get adhesive on the soleplate.
If a suspect refuses to co-operate, beat them to a bloody pulp or - as in the film's most shocking sequence - threaten to press the red-hot soleplate of a steam iron into their newborn child's face.
99 Old-fashioned look, contemporary features, including non-stick soleplate, spray and blast.
Ferrous metal products covered by these unlimited quotas, which can be filled by any non-EU exporter include pig iron ingots of 350mm, by 150mm and 150mm, or smaller; similar ingots that contain not more than 1% of silicon; stainless steel soleplate with heating wire; and other products.
99, has a ceramic soleplate and a 330ml water tank.
These need cleaning when you've had a mishap, like trying to iron clothes on too high a heat which has left some of the fibres stuck to the soleplate of the iron.
They are the world's first irons to change colour automatically depending on the soleplate temperature, letting you know at a glance exactly what temperature the iron is operating at.
A contoured soleplate helps players launch high shots even from tough lies; power comes from the thin, lively steel face welded into the 17-4 stainless steel head.