In building; a lath is a long slender piece of economical timber.
In building; lath and plaster is old-fashioned method of plastering a wall or ceiling using slender timbers to construct a narrow gauge frame as a base for the wet plaster.
In building; a leaf is the inner or outer wall of a cavity wall construction.
In electrics; life refers to the period during which an energy system is capable of operating above a specified performance level.
In solar system design; life-cycle cost is the estimated cost of owning and operating a solar photovoltaic (PV) system for the period of its useful life.
In building; line boards are timber boards laid on the ground and used to mark out the widths and position of inner and outer walls and the foundations (setting-out), prior to excavating.
In building; a lintel is a horizontal section of timber, concrete or metal, installed to the top of a door- way or window opening, designed to support the structure above.
In property; a listed building must be at least 10 years old before it can be listed for architectural or historical reasons. Consent is required for any changes.
In electrics; load is the demand on an energy producing system; the energy consumption or requirement of a piece or group of equipment. Usually expressed in terms of amperes or watts.
In electrics; the load circuit is the wire, switches, fuses, etc. that connect the load to the power source.
In electrics; the load current is the current required by an electrical device.
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