Definitions for "Cold Joint"
In electrical work, a soldered connection in which the materials being joined were insufficiently heated to melt the solder and cause it to flow and bond.
A solder connection exhibiting poor wetting and of greyish, porous appearance due to insufficient heat or excessive impurities in the solder. The condition can be caused by applying insufficient heat to the joint, inadequately cleaning the surfaces prior to soldering, insufficiently heating the part being soldered, improper tinning of the soldering iron tip, or poor heat control.
a joint in which the solder does not
The juncture of fresh stucco application adjacent to set plaster.
Keywords:  pours, cement, floats, meet, bonding
a surface where two or more layers/floats/pours of a cement based product meet, without bonding well or at all