Is it the Finish floor level (FFL) or the Structural Finish Level (SFL) or the Structural Slab Level (SSL)? SFL refers to the level at the top surface of the floor screeding or concrete topping. While SSL refers to the level at the top surface of the structural slab.
Similarly, it is asked, what is SSL level in construction?
SSL (Structural Slab Level) is typically more used within the industrial and commercial markets and is very simply the level of which the structural concrete floor slab would finish, however the term SSL is only use if there was to be other finishes to be placed over the structural slab.
Furthermore, what is SSL in architecture? Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Secure Socket Layer (SSL) provide security to the data that is transferred between web browser and server. SSL encrypt the link between a web server and a browser which ensures that all data passed between them remain private and free from attack.
Just so, what does FFL when referenced on construction drawings stand for?
FFL. Finished floor level. FL. Floor level (note: the floor level is provided as a figure relative to a datum, or universal reference point)
What is the difference between RL and FFL?
I don’t see it that often but engineers and surveyors use R.L. for Relative Level or Reduced Level. It is a measurement of height taken from some known datum. F.F.L is First Floor Level. T.B.C is To Be Confirmed.