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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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As we have demonstrated on our first commercial installation of scale, Megaslab is even more unique among slabs promoted as 'jointless' due to its suitability for tilt-up concrete."
Founded in Latvia in 2000, Primekss developed the PrimeComposite Jointless Concrete Floor System and has placed 10 of millions of feet throughout Europe.
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.
These challenges are said to be met by the Ringtread system, which involves the use of jointless precured tread rings and which offers a number of concrete advantages, particularly in the 70 series sector.
As she bourrees on pointe, her jointless yet oddly articulate upper limbs delicately caress the air, forming looping undulations and crisscrossing patterns.
One mutation, called jointless pedicel, is desirable for mechanical harvesting because it gives a harvested fruit with no stem attached.
Invitation to tender: Provision of Jointless flooring
Atlanta-based Sinclair Construction Group has launched the Megaslab Jointless Concrete System, crediting its design and performance potential for large slab-on-grade project owners to "ground-breaking technology paired with powerful admixtures that create an incredibly dense and impermeable slab, eliminating the need for installing control joints and their associated costs."
Shakopee, MN, July 23, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Gresser Companies, a full-service concrete and masonry contractor, signed a license agreement with Rabine Group/Primekss (pronounced Prime x) of Chicago to provide PrimeComposite, a jointless, steel fiber-reinforced, composite flooring system.