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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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The market was asking for a rig that was easy to transport, had a small foot print, that could go into the ground at a steep entry angle and that also delivered a high degree of torque," said Sharpe.
The company said the facility will reportedly increase FDF's foot print in the south Texas region as well as improve support of the drilling activities in the Eagleford shale, which is one of the most active and fastest growing shale plays in the US.
With travels of 26"x14"x18" in a small foot print, the VM1 is a perfect fit for primary or secondary operations.
It provides up to 35 square feet of screening surface in a four by four foot print.
The data gathered as such suggests a definite trend towards bees following each other, suggesting the existence of a potent foot print pheromone.
In addition, on show for the first time in the UK is the latest Bossar "baby" the B-1000, which is a machine capable of producing single sachets at around 80 ppm with a foot print of only 1700mm by 830mm.
Both containers, available in 1200 x 800 and 1200 x 1000 foot print, are constructed so they can be collapsed together to save space for return transport when empty.
It's our goal to continue to reduce our carbon foot print and facilitating our tenants to reduce their carbon foot print with the use of EV charging stations is the right thing to do.