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1. Fiberboard
Definition:A generic term for sheet materials.
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2. Filler (or Fill):-Wood putty used to patch holes or pores in wood.
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3. Finish
The urethane or wax coating used on flooring.
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4. Flat Finish:
A non-reflective finish.
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5. Floating Floor
A floor system that can be placed on top of an existing floor (and does not need to be nailed down.) Tiles or boards are glued together rather than directly to the sub floor or floor.
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6. Floating Reducer:
A sloping, graduated moulding constructed of wood or polymer, used to join floating floor planks or tiles to an adjoining floor surface of unequal height.
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7. Floating Stair Nose:
A moulding constructed of wood or polymer, used along the leading edge of a stair tread to finish off the installation of floating floor planks or tiles over existing stair treads.
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8. Floor Contacting Surface (FCS)
That part of the foot grounder that makes electrical contact to the grounding surface.
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9. Floor Joists
Framing planks underneath the sub floor, underlayment and flooring. They are supported by larger beams, girders or bearing walls.
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10. Floor Tile:Tile made to withstand the wear and tear of foot traffic and furniture abrasion.
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11. Flooring/Foot Grounder System Resistance
Definition:The total resistance of the foot grounder, when worn by the person, while standing on a static control floor.
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12. Floorologist
Originally trademarked by Arthur Day in 1970 this term refers to a highly trained and experienced floor covering specialist.
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13. Foam Underlayment
Definition:A foam layer put under laminate flooring to even irregularities and to soften sound.
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14. Foot Grounder
Definition:Personnel grounding device worn on the shoe. Foot Grounder System A foot grounder properly worn by a person where the electrical path includes the person and the foot grounder.
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15. Foot Grounder System Resistance-The measure of the total resistance of the foot grounder when worn by the person standing on a stainless steel plate.
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16. Frieze:(pronounced "free-zay") A tightly twisted yarn is used to give a rough, nubby appearance to carpet pile. Frieze carpets may be loop or cut styles. It is also carpet made from frieze yarns.
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17. Frieze
Definition:Also known as Twist Pile, Hardtwist, and Hightwist, this style is made of tightly twisted yarn that gives a rough, nubby appearance to carpet pile. Also carpet made from frieze yarns. Frieze carpets are less prone to show footmarks.
Submitted on Sunday, July 17, 2016 5:41:26 AM

18. Frieze-A carpet style where the yarn is tightly twisted to give it a nubby, rough appearance.
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