|The maximum height of the adjustment or compensation, e.g. levelling-, casting- and bonding-compound.
|The term used to describe the distance from the top of a vessel's highest point to its waterline.
|The size of the air intake for things like a Valve or Actuator, etc.
|The size of ball and gear used in American football. Examples Junior; Youth; Pee Wee
|The arbor is the shaft that a blade is mounted to. The size of the arbor is the diameter of this shaft.
|Area covered maximum
|Indicates the maximum area coverage, e.g. sprinkler, lawn sprinkler.
|Area covered minimum
|Indicates the minimum area coverage, e.g. sprinkler, lawn sprinkler.
|Measurement of between the wheels on the front axle.
|Measurement from the top of the waistband to the crotch at the back of the pants.
|The horizontal distance between the face through which the bolt passes and the centre-line of the knob stem or keyhole.
|Measurement of how tall the bag stands from the bottom surface to the top of the bag not including straps/handles.
|Bag strap drop
|Measurement of a bag's shoulder/handle length from the top of the bag to the peak of the strap/ handle
|Bag strap length
|Measurement of a bag's shoulder/handle length from end to end
|Base measurement depth
|Indicates the depth of the product's outer base measurement in contact with the floor, table or other surface.
|Base measurement diameter
|Indicates the diameter of the product's outer base in contact with the floor, table or other plane surface.
|Base measurement width
|Indicates the width of the product's outer base measurement in contact with the floor, table or other surface.
|Indicates the measurement of thickness of the product's base/bottom when it is placed in contact with the floor, table or other surface. Example: The thickness of heavy-bottomed pot.
|Baseball bat drop
|A length to weight ratio, representing how many ounces a bat weighs compared to its length.
|Basketball is a sport that is played by two teams of five players on a rectangular court. This refers to the ball used in play. Examples: 5 (Youth); 7 (Men's)
|Measurement of length of the belt from where the belt band begins to the first band hole.
|Measurement of width of the belt. Measured from the top of the waist to the bottom of the waist as worn.
|Bench plain blade length
|The length of the bench plane blade e.g. hand plane. A hand plane is a tool for shaping wood. When powered by electricity, the tool may be called a planer. Planes are used to flatten, reduce the thickness of, and impart a smooth surface to a rough piece of lumber or timber. Planing is used to produce horizontal, vertical, or inclined flat surfaces on workpieces usually too large for shaping. Special types of planes are designed to cut joints or decorative mouldings.
|Identify the top of the seat tube, where the seat clamp holds the seat post. Identify the centre of the bottom bracket (it's the axle that holds the crank arms together). Measure the distance between the two points- this is the length of the seat tube.
|The length of the product blade for example of a hedge shears or knife.
|The width of a blade for example a bench plain blade.
|The beam of a ship is its width at the widest point as measured at the ship's nominal waterline.
|Measurement of the inside of the boot at the largest part of the upper calf.
|Measurement from the middle of the arch up the outsole to the top of the boot shaft
|Bore diameter maximum
|Indicates the maximum bore diameter, of for example an impact drill.
|Bore diameter steel maximum
|Indicates the maximum bore diameter for steel of for example an impact drill.
|Bore diameter stone maximum
|Indicates the maximum bore diameter for stone of for example an impact drill.
|Bore diameter wood maximum
|Indicates the maximum bore diameter for wood of for example an impact drill.
|Bore stroke ratio
|In a reciprocating piston engine, the stroke ratio, defined by either bore/stroke ratio or stroke/bore ratio, is a term to describe the ratio between cylinder bore diameter and piston stroke. 83.0 mm x 69.2 mm
|The maximum borehole diameter of for a example an impact drill.
|Measure around the bottom of the band, directly under the bust.
|The difference between the measurement around the chest plus five inches for imperial measures, then Measure around the breast at the fullest part and round to the nearest whole number. a one inch (imperial) difference is an A cup, 2 is a B cup, 3 inch is a C cup, etc.
|Measurement of a hat's brim from the edge to where the brim meets the sideband.
|Measurement of the length of the product's bristles. Place the product on a surface as the user would for use. The length is measured from the surface to the highest portion of the bristles.
|Measurement of the width of the product's bristles. Place the product on a surface as the user would for use. The width is measured from the left to the right of the bristles.
|Measurement of a chain's longest measurement as laid stretched out flat
|The measurement around the widest part of the chest/bust.
|The measurement refers to the size of the drill chuck — the part that holds the bit — and indicates the maximum-diameter bit shank that fits the drill.
|Measurement of the circumference of the piece.
|Cleaning path width with attachments
|The working or cleaning path width of the product with accessories, e.g. road sweeper incl. side brushes info: attachment.
|Cleaning path width without attachments
|The working or cleaning path width of the product without attachments or accessories, e.g. rake.
|Cleaning path width withough attachments max
|The maximal working or cleaning path width of the product without attachments or accessories, e.g. rake.
|Cleaning path width without attachments minimum
|The minimal working or cleaning path width of the product without attachments or accessories, e.g. rake.
|Indicates the width of space that can be cleared by for example a snowplough.
|Clip back width tools
|Indicates the width of a clip back for tools for example a brad nailer. A clip back secures a tool to a person's waist.
|Collet Size is a subtype of chuck that forms a collar around an object to be held and exerts a strong clamping force on the object when it is tightened, usually by means of a tapered outer collar. It may be used to hold a work piece or a tool.
|An electrical conduit is a tube used to protect and route electrical wiring in a building or non-building structure. Electrical conduit may be made of metal, plastic, fibre, or fired clay.
|The area that can be used for cooking stove top, grill, etc.
|Note: This code is being deprecated in a future release. Please use code: HEIGHT_MAX. Measurement of depth of the cookware as measured from the rim to the bottom.
|Note: This code is being deprecated in a future release. Please use code: DIAMETER_MAX. Measurement of diameter of the cookware from rim to rim.
|Cookware first handle length
|Note: This code is being deprecated in a future release. Please use code: HANDLE_LENGTH. Measurement of length of the handle from its attachment point to the end of the handle.
|Indicates the height of the foam core of a product for example a mattress.
|Cutting depth maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting depth of a product such as a slide compound miter saw.
|Cutting depth metal maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting depth of metal of a product such as a slide compound miter saw.
|Cutting depth steel maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting depth of steel of a product such as a slide compound miter saw.
|Cutting depth metal maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting depth of wood of a product such as a slide compound miter saw.
|Cutting diameter or cutting width
|Indicates the cutting diameter or the cutting width, e.g. bypass lopper, hedge trimmer, saw blade.
|Cutting diameter or cutting width maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting diameter or the cutting width, e.g. bypass lopper, hedge trimmer, saw blade.
|Indicates the cutting height of a product such as a lawn mover.
|Cutting height 45 degree maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting height at 45 degrees.
|Cutting height 90 degree maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting height at 90 degrees.
|Cutting height maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting height of a product such as a lawn mover.
|Cutting height minimum
|Indicates the minimum cutting height of a product such as a lawn mover.
|Cutting thickness maximum
|Indicates the maximum cutting thickness of a product such as a slide compound miter saw.
|Cutting wheel diameter
|The diameter of the tile cutting wheel.
|The width of the cut of a product such as lawn mowers.
|Cutting width Max
|The maximum width of the cut of a product such as lawn mowers.
|Cylinder length internal
|The internal length of the cylinder, e.g. security lock.
|Cylinder length outside
|The outer length of the cylinder, e.g. security lock.
|Indicates the maximum depth.
|Indicates the maximum diameter.
|Indicates the minimal diameter.
|diameter up to
|Indicates a variety of diameters up to the maximum diameter.
|Dirt particles size max
|Indicate the maximum size of dirt particles that can be picked up.
|The size of the disc examples in DIY being round blade, pad, etc.
|Distance between two stairs
|The distance between two stairs.
|Door or passage width
|Indicates the door passing width.
|Door thickness maximum
|Indicates the maximum thickness of the door.
|Door thickness minimum
|Indicates the minimum thickness of the door.
|The textual representation of the size dimension specified by the size type.Example 15 Inches wide X 20 inches deep X 6 inches high.
|Drawer length maximum
|Indicates the maximum length of the drawer.
|Drawer length minimum
|Indicates the minimum length of the drawer.
|Measurement of dress length from the collar to the bottom hem
|The length of the drill included straight shank, cutting wedge and head.
|Duct width range hood
|The width of the duct for a range hood. A range hood is a device that hangs above the stove or cooktop for ventilation.
|Indicates the egg size as recommended by the local regulation. Examples 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 with weight in grams or Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large, Jumbo
|Envelopes come in various size types. These vary through out the world. #9, A-1, DL, C1, C2, C6.
|Measurement of the expanded depth of an item for items where the item can be expanded such as a duffle bag with closures which open to allow size folds to open and allow more contents inside.
|Eyewear bridge width
|Measurement of the width of the bridge. Measured as worn from the edge of one lens/frame to the edge of the opposite lens/frame opposite wear the eyewear would rest on the nose of the wearer.
|Eyewear frame width
|Measurement of the width of the frame. Measured as worn from the wearer's temple to the wearer's opposite temple.
|Eyewear lens height
|Measurement of the height of the lens not including the frames. Measured as worn from the wearer's check to the wearer's forehead.
|Eyewear lens width
|Measurement of the width of the lens not including the frames. Measured as worn from the wearer's nose to the wearer's temple.
|Eyewear temple length
|Measurement of the length of the arm. Measured as worn from the wearer's temple to the end of the ear wrap/stem.
|The diameter of the blades of a fan.
|Firearm chamber length
|The portion of the barrel or firing cylinder in which the cartridge is inserted prior to being fired.
|Flow rate maximum
|Indicates the maximum flow rate, e.g. pumps, sprayers or showerheads.
|Flue gas outlet diameter
| The diameter of the flue gas outlet. A flue is a pipe or channel for conveying exhaust gases from a fireplace, oven, boiler etc.
|The size of the ball used in Football, also know as a soccer ball, not to be confused with an American Football. 3, 5
|Footies shoulder to toe
|Measurement from the top of the shoulder to the base of the heel as measured along the back of the garment.
|Measurement from the top of the waistband to the crotch at the front of the pants.
|Front view width
|The width of the front view of the product.
|Front wheel diameter
|Indicates the diameter of the front wheel.
|the capacity measurement of that the trade item was designed to be able to hold fuel.
|Fuel reserve capacity
|the capacity measurement of that the trade item was designed to be able to hold fuel in reserve as supplemental. In a car, a fuel tank may show empty but has a reserve capacity
|Indicates the gateway height of e.g. a garage or carport.
|Indicates the gateway width of e.g. a garage or carport.
|Indicates the maximum gradient, e.g. a lawn mowers can handle.
|Grain size max
|Indicates the maximum grain size, e.g. sandpaper.
|The width of the grind for example for a sheet sander.
|Measurement of height from the bottom of the wheel to the top of the board or chassis.
|Growth height maximum
|Indicates the maximal growth height, e.g. plants.
|Growth height minimum
|Indicates the minimal growth height, e.g. plants.
|Measurement of a handle from it's attachment to an item to the tip.
|The measurement of the heel of footwear is measured at the outsole from the middle of the heel to the sole.
|Height between floor and bottom stair
|The distance between the floor and the bottom stair.
|Indicates the maximum measurement of the product's outer height. Example: Cookware from base to rim.
|Height of plant container
|Indicates the height of a plant container, e.g. a plant bowl.
|Height of plant minimum
|Indicates the minimum height of a plant without container.
|Hidden platform height
|Measurement at the outsole from the foot bed to the sole where the platform is wrapped with material to hide the platform making it appear as part of the shoe.
|The measurement around the fullest part of the hips.
|A device which attaches directly to the tow vehicle providing the connection between the tow vehicle and the trailer. A fixed tongue hitch includes the ball platform, while a receiver style hitch has a receptacle (typically 1-1/4" or 2") for inserting special ball mounts or bike racks.
|Indicates hole size in inches for paper, paper punches, and other paper products.
|Indicates the diameter of a hose for example a high pressure hose, shower hose or water pumps suction hose.
|The length of a hose e.g. high pressure hose, shower hose or water pumps suction hose.
|Is the maximum length of a vessel's hull measured parallel to the waterline.
|The area that is illuminated by lighting for example by Christmas lights or lamps.
|A threaded opening on the water heater tank. Also a tool for digging having characteristics of a shade and chisel. Examples of sizes 2 X 1 1/4 fits a 1 1/4 " flush tube and a bowl with a 2 11/16" opening.
|Installation depth max
|Indicates the maximum installation depth for a product. Installation depth is the depth of a cut out for example the a cut out of a counter made for a range.
|Indicates the installation diameter.
|The intake height will be need for gardening machines.
|Ironing surface width
|The width of the ironing surface area, e.g. of a steam iron or ironing board.
|Jaw capacity max
|Indicates the maximum jaw capacity, e.g. groove pliers or plain vice.
|Jaw opening maximum
|The jaw is any opposable articulated structure, typically used for grasping and manipulating something. The term jaws is also broadly applied to the whole of the structures constituting the vault of the trade item and serving to open and close it.
|Measurement of a piece of jewellery as measured from top to bottom across the face of the piece as it is worn.
|Measurement of a piece of jewellery as measured from left to right across the face of the piece as it is worn.
|Is the total weight of a vehicle with standard equipment, all necessary operating consumables such as motor oil, transmission oil, coolant, air conditioning refrigerant, and a full tank of fuel, while not loaded with either passengers or cargo. This definition may differ from definitions used by governmental regulatory agencies or other organizations. Curb Weight in US
|Indicates the ladder height see: http://bulkydelivery.xeesa.com/gif/safety-ladder-6-step.jpg
|Lawn size max
|Indicates the maximal area of a lawn that can be covered by a lawn mower.
|Measurement of diameter of the leg opening at the bottom of the pant leg.
|Length is the single dimension from one point to another point. Example: Length of a rope, garden hose, etc.
|Indicates the maximum length of an expandable product. Example: An expandable umbrella.
|Indicates the minimum length of an expandable product. Example: An expandable umbrella.
|Length retracted or rolled up state
|The length of the product when fully retracted.
|Length spread or unrolled state
|The length of the product when fully extended e.g. length of a rolled out wallpaper.
|Length up to
|Indicates a variety of lengths up to the maximum length.
|The diameter of the lens in a camera, telescope or any optical type lens that measures in diameter
|Light beam angle
|Light Beam Angle is the degree of width that light emits from its source. Specifically, this is the angle between opposing points of the beam axis where the intensity drops to 50% of max intensity.
|Light beam spread
|Light Beam Spread indicates amount of divergence of the light beam and is defined as the length within which the minimum illumination on a surface normal to the axis of the beam is 1/10th of the maximum.
|The capacity measurement of water, beverages, milk, etc. that the trade item was designed to hold. Example: watercraft, fish tanks, etc.
|Indicates the diameter of the mast for example the mast of a sunshade.
|Miter cut max
|Indicates the maximum miter cut, e.g. compound meter saw or sliding meter saw.
|Nail length including head
|The length of the nail including the head.
|Nettings horizontal wire diameter
|The thickness of the netting’s horizontal wires.
|Nettings vertical wire diameter
|The thickness of the netting’s vertical wires.
|Onsies shoulder to toe
|Measurement from the top of the shoulder to the crotch as measured along the back of the garment.
|Operating distance max
|Indicates the maximum operating distance. In case of an electric bikes it is the riding range up to.
|The operating height at which the user is permitted to work, e.g. steel work platform.
|Operating height maximum
|The maximum operating height at which the user is permitted to work, e.g. steel work platform.
|The measurement of the outside leg seam. This is the distance from the waist to the bottom of the trousers.
|Indicates the depth overall.
|Padlock shackle height
|Indicates the height of the shackle of a padlock. A shackle is a u-shaped piece of metal secured with a clevis pin or bolt across the opening.
|The distance between the middle of the crotch seam to the top of the waistband. Determines where pant will sit on the body to create a perceived waistline.
|Paper comes in various size types. These vary throughout the world. 8 1/2 X 11, A4, etc.
|Weight of the paper portion of the product as used to differentiate the product with the user. Example: 20 lb Bond, 200 g/m2.
|Parasol opened diameter
|The diameter of the parasol when opened.
|Passage height front
|The height of a passage or entrance for example the doorway of a garden house or the clearance of a bridge.
|Passage height rear
|The passage height of the rear of a structure such as a garden house.
|Indicates the pedestal height for example of a Swing-N-Slide.
|Indicates the height of the pile for example rug pile. Pile height is the thickness of a rug measured from the surface of a rug to its backing.
|Indicates the maximum depth of the plane, e.g. block plane, bench plane or trimming plane.
|The width of the plane for example block plane, bench plane or trimming plane.
|Plant diameter minimum
|Indicates the minimum diameter of a plant without container as sold to consumer.
|Plant new shoot length
|Indicates the new shoot length of a plant. In botany, shoots consist of stems including their appendages, the leaves and lateral buds, flowering stems and flower buds. The new growth from seed germination that grows upward is a shoot where leaves will develop. In the spring, perennial plant shoots are the new growth that grows from the ground in herbaceous plants or the new stem and/or flower growth that grows on woody plants.
|Indicates the diameter of a planter or pot for a plant.
|Measurement at the outsole from the foot bed to the sole
|Pond size maximum
|Indicates the maximum size of a pond.
|Power cord length with plug
|The length of the power cord including the plug.
|Power cord length without plug
|The length of the power cord without plug.
|Precious metal purity
|Measurement or descriptive terms to describe the purity of the precious metal. For example, 24 karats, or 950Plat.
|Precious metal weight
|Measurement of the weight of the precious metal.
|Pump delivery head
|Indicates the delivery head of pumps. Head is the height at which a pump can raise water up.
|Pump delivery head max
|Indicates the maximum delivery head of pumps.
|Measurement of the length of a racquet from the tip of the handle to the top of the head
|Indicates the reach height of an item for example the reach height of a ladder.
|Rear wheel diameter
|Indicates the diameter of rear wheel.
|Indicates the maximal removable by use a special devise, e.g. topsoil.
|Ridge height garage carports
|Indicates the ridge height of a garage or carport.
|The length of rolled out products, e.g. the rolled out wallpaper.
|Indicates the width of a roller for example paint roller.
|Room height max
|Indicates the maximum height of a retracted ladder or stair.
|The potential length of a rope included in a product for example the potential drying area of a clothesline dryer.
|Measurement of longest measure for the item which comes in contact with a surface (snow, ground, etc.) during normal use.
|Sanding area length
|The length of the sanding area for example of an angle grinder.
|Sanding area length
|The width of the sanding area for example for a sheet sander.
|Saw band length
|The length of the saw band for example for a band saw.
|Saw band width
|The width of the saw band for example for a reciprocating saw.
|Saw wheel diameter
|The diameter of the saw blade of e.g. an angle grinder.
|Indicates the height of scaffolding, Scaffolding is a structure used by workers while building, repairing, or cleaning the buildings.
|Screw diameter max
|Indicates the maximum diameter of a screw. Generally this refers to the outside diameter of the threads.
|Seam depth max
|The maximum depth of a joint or seam.
|Seat back height
|The seat back height from the base of the seat to the top of the back.
|The height from the floor to the top of the seat.
|Self-priming height maximum
|Indicates the maximum self priming height, e.g. of a pump.
|Usable clearance the area between the shackles that allows to pass them through a hasp or hole, around a bar or, indeed, onto a cable. A shackle is a metal link, typically U-shaped, closed by a bolt, used to secure a chain or rope to something.
|Shackle sizes are measured by the diameter of the bow, not the pin.
|Is measured from the top of the lock body to the inside of the shackle.
|The shank is the end of a drill bit grasped by the chuck of a drill.
|Measurement of height of a sheet from the elastic band to the top of the mattress.
|Sheets per item
|The number of sheets when attached within an item examples Pads of paper, Sticky Notes, etc.
|The depth from the front to the back of the shelf.
|Shower head diameter
|The diameter of the shower head.
|Side Burner Area
|The area that can be used for cooking stove top, grill, on the side burner, off the main cook top, etc.
|Side view depth
|Indicates the side view depth. See: http://www.hifi-regler.de/images_c/media/gallery/z_tiefe_sharp-lc-40-le-705-e_100003140.p800x600.jpg.
|Single stair width
|Indicates the width of a single stair.
|The splitting length, e.g. wood splitter
|Spout height is measured from the sink/countertop surface vertically up to the highest point..
|Spout reach is measured from the centre of the spout base horizontally out to the water stream.
|The width of stairs for example loft stairs or spiral staircase.
|The maximum height at which the user can stand, e.g. on a steel work platform.
|Stick diameter maximum
|Indicates the maximum diameter of a stick, e.g. broom stick or telescopic stick.
|Stick diameter minimum
|Indicates the minimum diameter of a stick, e.g. broom stick or telescopic stick.
|Stick length maximum
|Indicates the maximum length of a stick, e.g. broom stick or telescopic stick.
|Stick length minimum
|Indicates the minimum length of a stick, e.g. broom stick or telescopic stick.
|The length of the product in its storage state.
|Indicates the height of storey. A storey (or story in American English) is any level part of a building that could be used by people (for living, work, storage, recreation, etc.). The terms "floor", "level", or "deck" can also be used in this sense.
|Stove pipe diameter
|Indicates the diameter of a stove pipe of e.g. a pellet stove, wood stove or a wood furnace.
|Is back-and-forth motion. Each cycle of reciprocation consists of two opposite motions: there is a motion in one direction, and then a motion back in the opposite direction. Each of these is called a stroke. The term is also used to mean the length of the stroke.
|Supply line length to illuminant
|The supply line length until the first illuminant for example for length of cord until the first light on Christmas lights.
|Table size maximum
|Indicates the maximum size of the table top for example the table top of a table saw.
|Indicates the maximum take-off, e.g. jointer or planer. Take-off is defined as the amount of material removed in a single pass.
|The measurement large receptacle or storage chamber, especially for liquid or gas. This is usually a volume.
|Indicates the measurement from top to bottom or front to back. Example: Mattress, pillows, cushions, etc.
|Thread cutting width
|Indicates the width of a cutting thread/line for example the cutting line of string trimmer.
|Indicates the tire width.
|Measurement of torsos length from the neck line to the bottom hem
|Total height workbench
|Indicates the total height of the work surface of a workbench.
|Total stone karat
|The number of karats of the stones in the item as related to the descriptiveSizeDimension.
|Total strength product
|Indicates the total strength of a product.
|Total width workbench
|Indicates the total width of the work surface of a workbench.
|the capacity measurement of that the trade item was designed to be able to pull or tow.
|The measurement between the top of the tread rubber to the bottom of the tire's deepest grooves. Because it is difficult to accurately measure tread depth with a ruler, tread depth is best measured with a tire tread depth gauge.
|The measurement between the outboard and inboard edges of a new tire's tread design. Ideally it approximates the width of the tread that comes into contact with the road.
|Tree height stand max
|Indicates the maximum tree height that is suitable for a stand such as a Christmas tree stand.
|The diameter of the product’s turntable.
|Tyre rim size
|The rim of a tyre carries different measures both width and depth to make a rim size. The calculation fits into a rim size that would be stated here, Examples 30c, 2.2, 3.0, 2.5
|The size of the tyre there are various ways US, EU, ISO, Auto, Bicycle etc. For Example A bicycle tyre sequence: "28-622, 700 x 28C, 28 x 1 5/8 x 1 1/8" you at least have a useful deciphering reference. The rim diameter is 622mm and tyre outer diameter is around 700mm (the actual outer diameter will depend on the tyre's height). The tyre width is 28mm.
|Indicates the measurement of the usable depth of the product's inner rims when it is placed in contact with the floor, table or other surface. Example: The inner depth of a food storage container.
|Indicates the measurement of the usable diameter of the product's inner rims when it is placed in contact with the floor, table or other surface. Example: An inner section of a bowl or inner diameter of a flower pot.
|Indicates the measurement of the usable height of the product's inner rim to the inner base when it is placed in contact with the floor, table or other surface. Example: The inner height of a food storage container.
|Usable inner bottom depth
|Indicates the measurement of the usable depth of the product's bottom inner rims when it is placed in contact with the floor, table or other surface. Example: The bottom inner depth of a food storage container.
|Usable inner bottom diameter
|Indicates the measurement of the usable diameter of the product's inner bottom rims when it is placed in contact with the floor, table or other surface. Example: An inner bottom section of a bowl or inner bottom diameter of a flower pot.
|Usable inner bottom width
|Indicates the measurement of the usable width of the product's bottom inner rims when it is placed in contact with the floor, table or other surface. Example: The bottom inner width of a food storage container.
|Total length of the product minus the length of additional elements for its usage. Example: The length of a nail file rocky surface. Note: There are specific sizeTypeCodes for specific type of product lengths.
|Indicates the measurement of the usable width of the product's inner rims when it is placed in contact with the floor, table or other surface. Example: The inner width of a food storage container.description.
|Vehicle dry weight
|Is the weight of a vehicle without any consumables, passengers, or cargo.
|The capacity measurement that the trade item was designed to hold. Example Toilets, Plumping, storage bins all have an amount of volume capacity. 4 Cubic Metres.
|Measurement of width at the narrowest part of the item.
|Watch case depth
|Measurement of the watch case as measured from the top of the bezel to the watch back.
|Watch case height
|Measurement of the watch case as measured from the top most point (above the 12) to the lowest most point (below the 6).
|Watch case width
|Measurement of the watch case as measured from the left most point (left of the9) to the right most point (right of the 3).
|Watch strap length
|Measurement of the watch band/strap from tip to tip as laid flat. If the band/strap is one piece, this is also known as the watch strap/band circumference.
|Watch strap width
|Measurement of the watch band/strap width from side to side as laid flat.
|Measurement of depth of the wheel across the tread from left to right.
|Measurement of the wheel across its face.
|Measurement of the distance between axles as measured from wheel to wheel.
|Indicates the maximum width.
|Window drop distance
|A method for controlling movement of a window glass in a vehicle using an electric motor associated with a drive mechanism through a cable.
|Tool table length
|The length of a workbench.
|Working platform length
|The length of the working platform.
|The depth of the worktop, countertop, tool table or head of the product or integrated in the product (without accessories or attachments, e.g. rake ).