Roof Overhang A roof extension beyond the end wall or side wall of a building. Hip Roof A roof that is formed by sloping planes from all four sides. Pendant-Operated Crane Crane operated from a pendant control unit suspended from the crane. Class B Light Service This service class covers cranes used in repair shops, light assembly operations, service buildings, light warehousing, etc. Flange The projecting edge of a structural member. Base Tube A continuous member imbedded in the edge of the foundation to which the wall panels are attached. The loop secures the wires near the working surface to better reach shallow ingredients.
Building Code Regulations established by a recognized agency describing design loads, procedures and construction details for structures usually applying to a designated political jurisdiction city, county, state, etc. A Accessory A building product that supplements a basic solid panel building such as a door, window, skylight, ventilator, etc. Managements are encouraged to disclose information, for example forward looking information, that would help users understand their objectives and strategies for achieving those objectives. Expansion Joint A break or space in construction to allow for thermal expansion and contraction of the materials used in the structure. It is affiliated with the United States Division of Material Handling Industry.
End Approach The minimum horizontal distance, parallel to the runway, between the outermost extremities of the crane and the centerline of the hook. Our products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration nor is it intended to treat, prevent or cure any disease or condition. Camber Curvature of a flexural member in the plane of its web before loading. Often used as the end frame of a building. Reglet A sheet metal receiver for the attachment of counterflashing, or the counterflashing itself when mounted to a wall.
Whereas, previously, recognising a lease as an operating lease meant they would stay off your balance sheet, now every lease goes onto the balance sheet. Bridging Bracing or systems of bracing used between structural members. This article examines the history, reasons for and rationale of the proposed standards, explains the salient features and draws some implications on practice. Our member companies are strategic suppliers to aerospace, defense, medical, bio-pharma, communications, industrial, energy, electronics, optical, transportation, green building and leading consumer products companies throughout the world. Crane Support Column A column that sets under the runway beam and next to frame column with bracing to frame column for lateral support. Blind Rivet A small headed pin with expandable shank for joining light gage metal.
Please see to learn more. And when your balance sheet grows, so will your ratios. Button Punch A process of indenting two or more sheets of metal that are pressed against each other to prevent slippage between the metal. Semi-heated space: an enclosed space within a building that is heated by a heating system whose output capacity is greater than or equal to 3. Secondary Framing Members that carry loads from the building surface to the main framing. The joint sidelap area formed by connecting two adjacent roof panels. Crane Stop A device to limit travel of a trolley or crane bridge.
It also draws some implications on practice. Crane Control Type The method by which the crane is controlled. Track A metal way for wheeled components; specifically, one or more lines of ways, with fastenings, ties, etc. Erector A party who assembles or erects a Metal Building System. Piece Mark A number given to each separate part of the building for erection identification.
Crane Span The horizontal distance center-to-center of runway beams. Conductor Head A transition component between a through-wall scupper and downspout used to collect and direct run-off water. Thrust The horizontal component of a reaction usually at the column base. Glare The reflection of sunlight that can impair vision and create an annoyance. Spall A chip or fragment of concrete that has chipped, weathered or otherwise broken from the main mass of concrete. Rake Trim A flashing designed to close the opening between the roof and endwall panels.
Ferrule A small metal sleeve placed inside a gutter at the top. It may consist of several pieces. Wind Uplift The differential pressure resulting from the deflection of wind at roof edges, roof peaks or obstructions, causing a drop in air pressure immediately above the roof surface. Web That portion of a structural member between the flanges. Pin Connection A connection designed to transfer axial and shear forces between connecting members, but not moments. The uninterrupted principle area of a roof, exclusive of edges, accessory and other flashing areas.
Brake A machine used to bend, fold or form sheet metal. Monorail Crane A crane where the hoist and trolley ride on a single S-shaped runway beam. Impact Load A dynamic load resulting from the motion of machinery, elevators, craneways, vehicles, and other similar moving forces. Splice A connection in a structural member. These tapered whisks are primarily used for blending and emulsifying sauces rather than aerating ingredients The french whisk fulfills a serious cook's requirements for the right fit with each mixing bowl or saucepan and the perfect weight and size for each mixture. An independent trade association in the United States. Such structure shall not include habitable or occupiable spaces, spaces in which agricultural products are processed, treated or packaged; nor shall an agricultural building be a place of occupancy by the general public.