jointless


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jointless

(ˈdʒɔɪntləs)
adj
without a joint or joints; rigid
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One single isolator construction shell which surrounds filling machine frame with a continuous jointless base
PrimeKss of Riga, Latvia, bills PrimeComposite as the world's strongest and leanest jointless flooring system, and cites large warehouse, retail and industrial facility installations in more than 10 countries.
The Rabine Group and Primekss partnered to create Primekss Rabine in 2013 to bring the innovative PrimeComposite jointless concrete flooring system to the Western hemisphere.
The company is also promoting a new jointless flooring system, known as Surface.
The upgrade includes the introduction of a new signalling system of 385 jointless track circuits to detect train position, maintain safe separation distances and deliver train headways capable of meeting the extremely demanding timetable.
Insituform CIPP is a jointless pipe-within-a-pipe with the capability to rehabilitate pipelines ranging in diameter from 6 to 96 inches and to negotiate bends.
The artificial spinal disc is a jointless, elastic device that relies on flexibility to create movement.
The GRS Integrated Bridge System is a fast, cost-effective method of bridge support that blends the roadway into a superstructure to create a jointless interface between the bridge and the approach.
Primekss, established 1997, has continuously invested in research and development, which has allowed the creation of unique, patented technology for casting slender, tough, jointless concrete floors for heavy use.
The range is suitable for extreme environments, can be steam cleaned and produces an extremely durable, jointless surface that is slip and abrasion resistant.
The IOCU Series combines structural monocoque design with carbon-composite materials, resulting in seamless, jointless structures that are said to be lighter weight, significantly stronger, and more corrosion resistant than metal and other composite shelter systems.
In place of crisp corners, radiused edges--as in Tokyo Prada (AR August 2003)--create the illusion of a jointless architecture.