Floating is concerned with a method of aligning mortar with the float strips or screeds using a straight edge.

It is also called dragging, pulling, or rodding.

-see also:
"Floating" is in the CPC Code "4932"
Floating or submersible drilling or production platforms

"Floating" is in the HS Code "8905.20"
- - Floating or submersible drilling or production platforms

"Floating" is in the UNSPSC Code "20141702"
Floating offshore production platforms

"Floating" is in the NAICS Code "488390"
Other Support Activities for Water Transportation
Floating drydocks (i.e., maintenance and routine repairs for ships and boat s)

Ref: 120773/2006-10-04


Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Buoy (Buoy refers to an an anchored floating device. ..)
Floating crane (Floating Crane is idenfied as a crane mounted on ...)

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