toeboard


Also found in: Dictionary.

toeboard

[′tō‚bȯrd]
(building construction)
A board placed around a platform or on a sloping roof to prevent personnel or materials from falling off.
(engineering)
A support or reinforcement that forms the lowest vertical face of a cabinet or similar installation, at toe level, and is frequently recessed.

toeboard

1. A board placed around a platform or on a sloping roof to prevent workmen or materials from falling.
2. A member that forms the lowest vertical face of a kitchen cabinet, or the like, at toe level.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The free leg drives toward the toeboard, staying close to the ground.
The left leg extends toward the toeboard, creating an elongated body position similar to the letter "A.
The key is to push over the posted left leg and release the shot outside the toeboard.
A 10[degrees] sloped roof with perimeter guard rail and toeboard is standard.
A 10|degrees~ sloped roof complete with perimeter guard rail and toeboard is standard.
A 10-degree sloped roof complete with perimeter guard rail and toeboard is standard.
Combined with a heavy-duty monorail bed, the LT50 includes hydraulic loading arms, a pair of hydraulic roller toeboards, a hydraulic log clamp, hydraulic vertical side supports and a bi-directional chain turner.
Are toeboards installed around the edges of permanent deck opening (where persons may pass below the opening)?
Heavy duty slots in the Safety Boot base allow toeboards to be laid from any four directions.
Kai must have toeboards of stainless steel for the front and short sides