👨🏻🏭Man Factory Worker: Light Skin Tone
Meaning and Description
This is a male 🚹 worker🧑🏭 who wears a blue overalls and a black helmet, and holds a blue flame welding in hand. This emoji is used to represent male workers, including male factory workers, male decoration workers, male maintenance workers, male urban construction workers or refer to maintenance work.
The meaning of emoji symbol 👨🏻🏭 is Man Factory Worker: Light Skin Tone , it is related to man, assembly, factory, industrial, worker, light skin tone , it can be found in category: "🖐️People & Body" - "🧑⚕️person-role".
👨🏻🏭 is a zero-width joiner sequence, which is formed by combining 1 ZWJ zero width joiner and 2 individual Emoji. These individual Emojis are: 👨🏻 (man: light skin tone), 🏭 (factory). The new Emoji formed is displayed as a single Emoji: 👨🏻🏭 on some platforms with good compatibility, but it may also be displayed as multiple Emojis put together: 👨🏻🏭 on some platforms with poor compatibility.
👨🏻🏭 other meaning is Factory
Factories arose with the introduction of machinery during the Industrial Revolution, when the capital and space requirements became too great for cottage industry or workshops. Early factories that contained small amounts of machinery, such as one or two spinning mules, and fewer than a dozen workers have been called "glorified workshops".Most modern factories have large warehouses or warehouse-like facilities that contain heavy equipment used for assembly line production. Large factories tend to be located with access to multiple modes of transportation, with some having rail, highway and water loading and unloading facilities. In some countries like Australia, it is common to call a factory building a "Shed".
Factories may either make discrete products or some type of continuously produced material, such as chemicals, pulp and paper, or refined oil products. Factories manufacturing chemicals are often called plants and may have most of their equipment – tanks, pressure vessels, chemical reactors, pumps and piping – outdoors and operated from control rooms. Oil refineries have most of their equipment outdoors.
Discrete products may be final goods, or parts and sub-assemblies which are made into final products elsewhere. Factories may be supplied parts from elsewhere or make them from raw materials. Continuous production industries typically use heat or electricity to transform streams of raw materials into finished products.
The term mill originally referred to the milling of grain, which usually used natural resources such as water or wind power until those were displaced by steam power in the 19th century. Because many processes like spinning and weaving, iron rolling, and paper manufacturing were originally powered by water, the term survives as in steel mill, paper mill, etc.
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|Shortname||Man Factory Worker: Light Skin Tone|
|Codepoint||U+1F468 1F3FB 200D 1F3ED|
|Decimal||ALT+128104 ALT+127995 ALT+8205 ALT+127981|
|Emoji Version||4.0 (2016-11-14)|
|Category||🖐️People & Body|
|Keywords||man, assembly, factory, industrial, worker, light skin tone|
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