A member of a timber house frame that is used to finish off in corners, against walls to provide strength and support for the cladding and lining. Stairs wells, ceiling frames and openings around windows all use trimmers to finish off the functional requirements of the frame.
A conventionally framed wall member usually consisting of fastened multiple studs in a framed wall opening, used to carry header load reaction. The trimmer is the shorter member of the fabricated unit.
A trimmer is a miniature adjustable electrical component. It is meant to be set correctly when installed in some device, and never seen or adjusted by the device's user. Trimmers can be variable resistors (potentiometers) or variable capacitors.
A cutting device that trims off excess material either before or after the bag has been sealed. We recommend trimmers like the EMPLEX TR60 that trim the bag top BEFORE the bag enters the sealer. Removing excess bag top prior to sealing reduces the risk of bag jams after the bag enters the sealing section.