The upper limit of the court at the top of the walls
The top course or cover of a wall, usually made sloping to carry off the water.
Brick or stonework on top of a wall.
It is a flat stone that is used as a cap on freestanding walls.
The cap or top lip on the pool or spa wall that provides a finishing edge around the pool or spa. It can be formed, cast in place or precast, or pre-fabricated of extruded aluminum or rigid vinyl. It may also be part of the system that secures a vinyl liner to the top of the pool wall.
A protective cap, top or cover of a wall parapet, commonly sloping to protect masonry from water.
noun The material on the lip of a ramp or pool which is used to grind, slide, or bump as a method to perform an air.
This refers to the material that covers the first nine to twelve inches of horizontal surface at the pools edge. It can be brick, flagstone, concrete, or one of many natural or man-made materials.
The flat metal plate or hollow rail used on the lip of a ramp or bowl, enabling skaters to grind.
A flat cover of stone or brick that protects the top of a wall.
A flat stone used as a cap on free standing walls and the edge of swimming pools.
noun The upper edge of a ramp where vert meets a horizontal hanging along which one can perform various tricks."
The metal bar going horizontally across the top of a ramp. This allows you to grind or stall easily.
Decorative detail on the top edge of a building and around doors and windows.
the material which "joins" the pool to the deck. Made of concrete, aluminum, plastic, brick or wood. Commonly concrete on concrete pools, aluminum on vinyl pools.
The top of a wall. Usually finished with a concrete moulding or bricks laid on edge.
Weathering stone or course to the top of a wall
A masonry cap on top of a wail to protect it from water penetration.
A protective, sloping capping to a wall.
A flat stone used as a cap on a freestanding wall, usually to protect the wall from weather.
the uppermost course of masonry or brickwork in a wall, usually made of a sloping form to throw off rain
The line of stones along the top of the wall which protects the structure beneath. Also known as the cap, comb (Cotswolds and South West), cope or topping.
another building or architectural term] [1 K.7:9] top cover of a wall, made sloping to carry off the water.
brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall
The cap material installed on top of the pool edge that finishes flush with the surrounding deck.
masonry, ceramic, or metal strip formed to cover the top of a parapet
The small radius typically found on quarter pipes and halfpipes where the transition meets the deck. Coping is used primarily for grinding and sliding but it also is used as the bump that allows riders to perform aerial tricks.
The edge of the lip that runs the length of the halfpipe wall.
A cap or covering course on top of a masonry wall. Designed to shed water, protect the top, and provide a finished, closed appearance to the wall.
Protective finish to the top of a wall
A method of splitting away stone from a block preliminary to shaping a carving. Small punch are driven into a block and hit in sequence until the stone splits between them.
A brick, block, stone, or concrete cap placed at the top of a masonry wall to prevent moisture from falling directly on it and weakening the wall.
A cap at the top of a wall thatâ€™s rounded or beveled to shed water. Also, a curved cut made so that one contoured molding can join neatly with another.
A stone unit used to cap off the top of a wall. Its function is to protect the wall from the natural elements as well as adding an aesthetic value to the wall.
A thin metal covering or cap over a prepared tooth which supports the porcelain when applied.
Protective capping to the top of a wall.
A construction unit placed at the top of the parapet wall to serve as a cover for the wall.
A reference to the edge of the lip which runs the length of a halfpipe wall. Borrowed from pool coping.
The cap or highest covering course of a wall, usually overhanging the wall and having a sloping top to carry off water. French (Couronnement)
A flat stone used as a cap on walls or around the perimeter of patios and pool decks.
The topmost part of a wall, often designed with a sloping surface to throw off rainwater.
The piece(s) of pre-fabricated extruded aluminum supplied by Fort Wayne Pools that attaches to the top of the pool wall and holds the vinyl liner in position. It also serves as a hand hold for swimmers to rest. Coping can also be made of custom cantilevered concrete, brick or stone. Fort Wayne Pools also manufactures the exclusive patent pending Edgelight(tm) Coping System. The first coping system of its kind bathes your pool in a wide range of colors with fiberoptic light.
Usually stone or concrete, laid on top of a wall as a decorative finish and to stop rainwater soaking into the wall.
The top covering or capping of a wall. (The capping of masonry or other material applied to the top of a wall as a watershed and to give a finished appearance.)
The finished top edge of a spa or pool.
Edging material placed to hide and protect a flexible liner or shell.
A tile cap used to cover the top of a parapet wall or any regular masonry wall.
A covering on top of a wall, such as a parapet, exposed to the weather, usually sloped to carry off water.
A rounded lip at the top of a ramp or obstacle, usually made of metal, cement, or PVC pipe.
The material or masonry units forming a cap or finish on top of a wall, pier, pilaster, chimney, etc. It protects masonry below from penetration of water from above.
The materials or masonry units used to form a cap or a finish on top of a wall, pier or chimney to protect from water penetration. Commonly extended beyond the wall face and incorporating a drip.
the covering piece on top of a wall which is exposed to the weather, usually made of metal, masonry, or stone. It is preferably sloped to shed water back onto the roof
A protective top to a wall or a parapet.
The top covering of a wall; may be metal, tile, masonary, or wood. Also called metal cap or parapet cap.
The capping or top course of a wall, usually adapted to the protection of the wall from weather.
The covering piece on top of a wall exposed to the weather, usually made of metal, masonry, or stone and sloped to carry off water.
The tubular steel strip along the edge of the Vert ramp. Riders catch the coping with the axle pegs of their bike in order to stall, or do grinds across it.
Stones, bricks or other individual masonry units used as a finished edging around the pond perimeter. Coping can be set loose or mortared in place.
A rounded lip at the top of a ramp or obstacle, providing a grindable edge.
A brick used to cap walls, window frames and door frames and designed to shed water.
TILE, BRICK, OR METAL USED TO CAP THE TOP OF A MASONRY WALL.
The capstone on top of the bond beam which finishes the edge around a pool or spa. It may be precast concrete or brick. On vinyl liner pools pre fab coping is usually part of an integrated system for the wall, vinyl liner and deck.
A capping or covering to a wall, either flat or sloping to throw off water. The material or member used to form a capping or finish on top of a wall to protect the masonry structure.
Tile or brick used to cap or cover the top of a masonry wall.
the top course of a parade face wall revetment.
the covering piece placed on top of a wall that is exposed to the weather. It is usually sloped to shed water.
The materials or masonry units used to form the finished top of a wall, pier, chimney or pilaster to protect the masonry below from water penetration.
(1) Top layer of a masonry wall that is usually sloped to carry off water. (2) To shape a member, by cutting, to fit snugly against another member.
Coping (from cope, Latin capa), consists of the capping or covering of a wall.