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- Q:Where can I buy cement and what are the prices.?
- First off, you want Concrete, not cement. (Concrete is mostly sand and rock and about 1/6 cement) If you need just a little bit, you can buy this in sacks that you mix with water. If you need more, it's usually brought out in big trucks. Somewhere in-between is getting it in smaller amounts pre-mixed from local rental yards, or trucks that mix it as needed at your house. Do you just need pier posts instead? Those can be bought ready-made. Building forms for concrete and also pouring concrete are skills you should learn on someone else slabs first, don't start here, unless it's all pretty much stuff that doesn't show. It's real easy to do it wrong. I've had forms that blew out, and concrete that set up too fast. It's physically tiring to work with, and has to be done quickly sometimes. Poor concrete work seems to look ugly forever, and the material expense is high, too. I think this is a job worth hiring out. Cost for materials varies locally, concrete in large amounts is sold by the yard. I haven't bought it for awhile, I would guess $100 a yard delivered, but this could be pretty wild. Call some local concrete suppliers for a better guess.
- Q:Is Duco cement good for crafts?
- I would avoid cements as often as possible because they're not good for lungs and also won't be flexible when dry... and may not be as strong as you want for some situations. Not many glues would be good for a thousand pounds of weight, though of course that would depend a lot too on the exact structure of the bridge --some would require no glue at all. You also don't say what *kind of materials* you'll be using and various adhesives are better for different materials as well. I think you'll want to look into other things besides glues for holding 1000 lbs, but the strongest glues I know of would be the polyurethane glues like Gorilla Glue, etc, which is even used for concrete. GG has to be clamped or weighted while curing though since it will swell and extrude out at the beginning, but some of the later brands of polyurethane glue may do that less. I think you'd be better off asking this in an engineering or construction category than in the hobbies category ...there's probably something like that here at YA. HTH, Diane B.
- Q:How many days does it take a quick sand cement to achieve its' strength on a building, bridge.?
- Q:do all towns ask for a road bond to bring a cement truck in?
- Bonds are not insurance. What they are asking for is that you provide a bond to promise to pay up to $5000.00 if the cement truck damages the roads it is travelling on. You go to a bonding company (sometimes your insurance company will provide the bond), pay them a fee for providing the bond and have the work done. If the truck damages a road, the bonding company will pay out up to $5000.00 for the damage, then you will have to reimburse the bonding company for it's outlay. Bonds are NOT insurance.
- Q:building a pond, instead of pond liner using cement, will this work?
- Concrete is unforgiving and will crack. And it is not repairable. I recommend using a flexible liner no matter where you live. It's cheaper and will last for 20 years at least. Sealing the concrete adds another huge cost to the building of the pond. Stick with a butyl liner.
- Q:Why is there always a lake/pond next to a cement factory?
- if that pond was naturally there, the cement plant put up shop there because they need the pon to put their tailings into. if the pond was made, see the reason just mentioned.
- Q:How do we cement sediments together? What kind of material cements sediments together to form rocks?
- Most often the process of cementing sediments together (in nature) is done by groundwater transporting minerals to the pore spaces between the sediment grains. The minerals crystallize out of the water to form a cement that holds the grains together to produce a sedimentary rock. As to the type of materials that can act as a cement, the list would be very long as almost any mineral can fill in the pore spaces to act as a cement. But, there are a few that are very common, calcite and quartz. Other cements that I have personally seen also include gypsum, itacolumite, chrysocolla, copper, gold, silver, halite and even ice.
- Q:Due to rising prices of building materials, and the impact of the progress of the project, need to make a report, such as how to write
- As long as your ideas are correct, you can write it For reference only: XXXX Construction unit: According to the construction contract XX Article XX, cement unit price is now XXX yuan per ton, has exceeded the scope of the contract Please consider your unit practical difficulties, please give compensation for cement prices beyond the part of the cost Construction unit: XXX date
- Q:Where can kits for making kid's footprints in cement be purchased?
- JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts
- Q:how much does 1 cubic foot of portland cement weight in water?
- portland cement has a density of 1506 kg/m³ 1 ft³ = 0.0283 m³ that is dry cement, not setup. You didn't specify if it is dry or setup. mass = 1506 kg/m³ x 0.0283 m³ = 42.6 kg The displaced water weighs: density of water at 20C = 0.998 g/cm³ = 998 kg/m³ 998 kg/m³ x 0.0283 m³ = 28.2 kg subtracting, we get 42.6–28.2 = 14.4 kg, or 31.7 lbs. .
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