Introduction of High Quality Column Head Mould:
The High Quality Column Head Mould is made of FRP, Silica gel etc. It is used in the production of GRC Component, such as Roman Column Head, Window Frame, Pediment Ornament and Eaves Decorative Rid.
Specifications of High Quality Column Head Mould:
We can offer Mould for Roman Column Head products, diameter size: 300MM 350MM 400MM 450MM 500MM 550MM 600MM. Other sizes can be customized according to customer requirements.
- Q:how often do you have to paint fiber cement siding?
- Painting Fiber Cement Siding
- Q:what is the hard, cement like covering that has been painted over brick walls of basement?
- It's a special type of waterproofing finish that is meant for block walls--probably a type of stucco with added plastic compounds that make it impervious to water. You can't use joint compound---it's not meant to be applied over block, stone, or brick. You have to use a grout-like substance--something that contains an adhesive to make it stick, and some additional ingredients to keep it from absorbing water. Go to your local box store, hardware or construction store and ask them what they would recommend--take a piece of the chipped off stuff with you so they can identify what is already on the walls. Then use a waterproof basement paint to finish it off after you patch. I gotta tell you, though--if you have a problem UNDER the stuff now, (because it's bubbling and cracking) you won't get rid of that problem by patching--you may have to get a pro in there to waterproof and seal the block from scratch. And that's a lot of $$.
- Q:How Reliable is hydraulic Cement?
- Due to the pumice used, Ancient Roman concrete was a hydraulic cement and those structures are still standing. Ancient Chinese concrete was also a hydraulic cement due to the sticky rice used and those structures are proving difficult to demolish with modern equipment plus the sticky rice makes them ductile so they flex with Earthquakes. Ancient Chinese ships often used cement to strengthen wood which may be why they are reported to have made wooden ships as large as 400 feet long when the longest relatively modern wooden ship in the west was about 200 feet and required iron bracing. The BP well that leaked in the Gulf was finally sealed with hydraulic cement. Make sure you know how to prepare and cure the cement properly.
- Q:in what ratio should i mix cement and water?
- There is no good set ratio. But use a bucket instead of a hose and when you get the right mix you can fill the bucket to that level every time.
- Q:does anyone any one knows what cement was used for?
- Cement is a kind of light grey powder used in building houses, sidewalks, making building blocks, culverts and in some countries it' used to make roads. It's mixed with water using a shovel or it's mixed in a mixing truck if you need a large amount. Gravel, sand and the cement is all mixed together. There are also some type of glue that people call cement. Hope this helps.
- Q:Can you build a cement wall?
- firstly to build a wall is classed as a non-tempory construction so you will probably have to ask your town mayer or local council if you can put one up first. and for a brick wall covered in cement would cost around £35 per square metre. If you do decide to put one up try shaving one side of the tennis ball and then play around with that i have done this in the past when playing against my house wall and the idea behind it is so that it puts a spin on the ball and makes it change direction more so that you don't know where its going to come from which i think makes it a bit more fun and challenging.
- Q:how much cement will it take to fill a 5 gallon bucket?
- A five gallon bucket can hold .45 cubic feet of concrete when mixed with water. In other words, one 60 pound bag of pre-mix or an equivalent Portland Cement/rock and sand mix. At .45 cubic feet the bucket may overflow and/or be too deep to properly mix, but I do it all the time for difficult access pours of small quantities.
- Q:I have a cement back yard but I want a garden. any suggestions ?
- Large planter pots. Put them on bricks and hose off occasionally underneath. (It's the chemical fertilzers that corrode the cement over time.)
- Q:35 tons of the concrete mixture is made of cement, gravel, and sand mixed with the ratio 3:5:7 respectively.?
- 7 tons of cement 11.67 tons of gravel 16.33 tons of sand. Say X is the amount of cement (don't worry about the 3). How much gravel is there in relation to cement? 5/3 as much.For every 3 of cement, there's 5 of gravel. How about the sand? There's 7/3 as much sand as there is cement.So now you can restate the whole thing with respect to cement: However much cement + 5/3 more gravel than cement + 7/3 more sand than cement = 35 tons. X + (5/3)X + (7/3)X = 35. X ends up equaling 7, (5/3)X is 11.67, and (7/3)X is 16.33. Hope this helps!
- Q:why should have to spray the water in vertical roller mills while grinding in the cement industries?
- Although I am not first hand in the cement/concrete industry, water extends the tooling's life and most important, it keeps the dust down so you have a lesser chance of getting lung disease from the dust. I forget what it's called right now. We do a lot of core drilling in our line of work those are the reasons for the water.
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