A longitudinal sleeper.
A streak of planking carried round the inside of a vessel on the under side of the beams.
A long horizontal timber to connect uprights in a frame, or to support a floor or the like.
a longitudinal supporting structure to reinforce the skin of an airplane fuselage.
A longgitudinal girder that connects and supports the frames or deckbeams. The major ones are named: bilge-, side-, and deck stringer.
Solid or notched beam (component) of a pallet used to support deck components, usually identified by location as the outside or center stringer. A stringer runs the full length of the pallet.
The spacing boards of a pallet, normally 2 in. by 4 in. in size, and two to three in number. Top and bottom boards are fastened to the stringers. Coincide with length dimension of pallet.
Auxillary structural members to the wing spars and fuselage longerons that add strength and help define the outer shape by supporting covering or planking. Report this Word Added by: fritzke
The frame of the stairs which consists of two or three parallel members to which are attached treads and risers.
One of two or more beams placed parallel with the centerline of the tread that supports the tread plank.
The board nailed to the exterior wall sheathing to support returns. The diagonal supporting members for treads and riser, also called horses.
The supporting members, which run the length of the stairway on which treads, risers, and balustrade are mounted.
The vertical boards at the outside edges of the stair that carry the treads and risers from one floor to the next. There are two types of stringers: closed and open. Click here to see a photo of stringers.
The component of the raised floor which supports the floor panels. The stringers form a bridge between two adjacent pedestals. Flooring systems may also be stringerless.
A BEAM; also a sloping structural member that supports a staircase.
a member of a squad on a team; "a first stringer"; "a second stringer"
brace consisting of a longitudinal member to strengthen a fuselage or hull
a strip of timber placed lengthwise to form the 'ribs' of a frame, ie they run from one end of a fuselage to the other in a model aircraft
(Carriages, Cut Jacks,) The inclined boards or laminations in which the treads and risers are attached. Stringers provide the support for the stairs.
The side or inclined member of a stair system used to support the treads and risers.
One of the sides of a flight of stairs. The supporting member cut to receive the treads and risers.
A long stretch of board, laid out in parallel rows with other stringers. They support planks laid out perpendicular across the stringers. Also called a "runner".
One of the parallel boards supporting the treads
A long, horizontal member that connects uprights in a frame or supports a floor or the like. One of the enclosed sides of a stair supporting the treads and risers.
Light, lengthwise fuselage strips intended more to give the desired shape than to add strength.
A supporting member that runs lengthwise on a bridge, also known as a joist. Example.
The component used to fasten top boards to the construction of a four way entry pallet deck. In USA this term refers to the UK equivalent bearer.
A long wood member placed at an incline as a sidewall to support a staircase.
A diagonal timber used to support stair risers.
A horizontal timber used to support floor joists or other cross members.
A beam aligned with the length of a span which supports the deck.
In stairwork, member which supports and establishes the tread and riser relationship.
is a long, horizontal support which connects uprights in a frame or supports a floor. In stairs it’s the support on which the treads and risers rest.
Longitudinal secondary members of an aircraft structure usually running parallel to the main spars or longerons which assist in maintaining the external profile.
1. A beam that joins the top of columns and supports the cross members in floors and ceilings. 2. An inclined member that supports the treads of a stair. 3. A deck element in timber bridges that supports transverse deck planks and runs parallel to the beam span.
A LONG, HORIZONTAL MEMBER WHICH CONNECTS UP- RIGHTS IN A FRAME, OR SUPPORTS A STAIR OR THE LIKE. ONE OF THE ENCLOSED SIDES OF A STAIR SUPPORTING THE TREADS AND RISERS.
A longitudinal beam supporting the bridge deck.
In stair construction, it is the supporting members for the treads and risers. Otherwise, a wood member that provides support for cross-members in floors and ceilings. See also trimmers.
The sloping wood or steel member supporting the treads of a stair. The long horizontal timber in a structure supporting the floor.
The side structural member supporting stair steps.
Continuous, longitudinal, solid or notched beam-component of the pallet used to support deck components, often identified by location as the outside or center stringer
The framing member that supports the treads and risers in a set of stairs. Can also be the outside joist in a floor system
A term applied to a fore-and-aft girder running along the side of a ship at the shell and also to the outboard strake of plating on any deck. Also the side pieces of a ladder or staircase into which the treads and risers are fastened.
A diagonal board used to support treads and risers on a stairway. Stringers usually are made of 2x12s. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
The two parallel supports to which stair steps (treads) are attached.
side of stair cut to receive threads long, horizontal timber connecting upright posts.