What are dental copings?

What are dental copings?

Coping: In the Procera® technique, the industrially-produced inner core of a dental crown made of ceramic or titanium. The dental technician applies a layer of porcelain to the outside of the dental coping to match the patient's other teeth.

What are roof copings?

Wall coping is the protective cap or cover on a wall, typically slanted or curved to shed water, protecting the wall from water infiltration from above. ... Standard coping materials include concrete, metal, stone, and terra cotta (see “Types of Wall Coping”).

What is flashing on a roof?

Roof flashing is a thin material, usually galvanized steel, that professional roofers use to direct water away from critical areas of the roof, wherever the roof plane meets a vertical surface like a wall or a dormer. Flashing is installed to surround roof features, such as vents, chimneys and skylights.

What is a parapet on a roof?

A parapet is a barrier that is an extension of the wall at the edge of a roof, terrace, balcony, walkway or other structure. ... Parapets were originally used to defend buildings from military attack, but today they are primarily used as guard rails and to prevent the spread of fires.

What is coping on a flat roof?

Flat coping offers a complete and attractive finish to any parapet wall. The system rests flat on top of the parapet. A continuous cleat secures the front and the back is secured by a screw.

What is called slope in coping?

The slope of 1:20 from both sides is made to drain the rain water. Lean concrete, tiles and stones are generally used in Coping.

Which stone joint is used in arch work?

Rebated joint