Introduction Of Pediment Ornament Mould For Column Head:
GRC material has excellent constructive performance in history of building construction. With high strength and good nature, it is fireproof, mildew and worm resistant, moisture proof, and sound and heat insulated. It can be processed by nailing, adhering and patching, thus it is easy and convenient in construction.
Description Of Pediment Ornament Mould For Column Head:
Corrosion resistance, anti-frost and waterproof
Natural and hand crafted
Component Of Pediment Ornament Mould For Column Head:
Glass Fibre Reinforced Cement(Cement, Alkali Resistant Glass Fibre / protofilament), short for GRC/GFRC
Advantage Of Pediment Ornament Mould For Column Head:
Strong, Tensile-strength: 1800 Mpa, twice to triple as much as that of steel fibre.
S. G.: 2.7
Durability: Over 10 years
High heat-resistant: Its softening point is about 860
Anti-frost, waterproof&fireproof, mildew&worm and corrosion resistance
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- Q:How wide and deep does a cement footer for a wooden ceder fence have to be?
- This Site Might Help You. RE: How wide and deep does a cement footer for a wooden ceder fence have to be? I want to lay cement all along the bottom of the whole fence , keeping the fence from touching the grass and also keeping my dogs from digging out ? I just dont know how thick the footer should be or how wide .. Anyone ?
- Q:How do you do the seams on cement backer board?
- Chicago has it pretty well stated. Use the special cement board tape if thats not what you have. And a regular thin set works fine but I always use a MODIFIED thin set, not one thats scared of you as in mortified .. lol sorry I couldn t resist, You can use a 6 putty knife or just the flat side of the sized trowel that you are doing the tile with. I do it as I go but I can tile a basic shower in 1 day. I d suggest taping it all and let the thin set dry and always check for lumps and bumps in the seams before tiling. As far as water proofing it , its not a bad idea in a well used shower. Use the Red Guard as suggested. Do this after the seams are taped and dry. That way the seams, corners and all is sealed. This is a paint on product. Use a cheap cheap brush because you ll be tossing it. Do a light coat and then let it dry (matter of minutes for the 1 st coat). Then do a 2nd light coat and let that dry 24 hrs. Any questions you can email me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
- Q:1....80lb bag of cement?
- 2/3 cubic feet
- Q:What are the parameters of G class cement?
- I did a little looking around on the net. It seems that Class G cement is an oil field cement and is referenced to a American Petroleum Institute (API) classification. I didn't have time to reseach it further, but you may find something at their website
- Q:stucco over painted cement?
- The paint store sells gigantic fluffy roller covers and tremendous yellow foam rollers which are made notably for painting texture. Stucco is the perfect opportunity to do some glazing. Paint the wall with a semigloss colour of your alternative. Then mix a glaze within the same tone however somewhat darker. Combine some tint into a quart of clear semi gloss. Brush it on with a four chip brush in small areas and smudge the perimeters somewhat with a rag. 2 passes will make it appear first-class.
- Q:How do I stop sweating cement floors?
- There a difference between hydrostatic pressure and moisture in the air causing the dampness. Hydrostatic pressure comes from below ( as Don said) and of course the other is in the air, which can be removed w/ a dehumidifier. The other , I haven t heard of anything that will really stop this. Other than basic landscaping to shed water away and to have your cement floor perimeter cut open and drainage tile installed. To find out which one is your problem, dry off an area of the cement w/ a fan and tape( duct tape) a 1ft x1ft pc of foil on to the cement . Leave for 24 hrs, and if you have a lot of moisture after that, chances are your getting water from under the slab. No flooring , other than ceramic flooring, should ever be put on this type of cement w/ this problem. You ll waste your money. GL
- Q:How do I attach cloth to cement? I want to close my AC for winter.?
- If the cement is dry, dry brush it briskly and apply a 2 strip of double sided tape like they use for carpets. The other choice is to use that Velcro tape. It comes in a roll in a dispenser. It has tremendous holding power. A third choice would be to drill some 3/16 plastic plug holes, then drill a matching piece of 1x2. The 1x2's will hold the plastic in place when you screw the wood to the cement wall. Hope this helps.
- Q:Horse limping on cement?
- I too would check for abcess first. Also when was the horse shod last? What you are describing also sound like the soreness from a shoeing which took off too much toe or even a quicking with the nail. The nail typically takes about two or three days to develop to its sorest after the horse is lightly quicked. At times the farrier does not even realize he did this since some horses will not flinch. Also a loose shoe will sometimes make the sole of the foot a little tender. Check the underside of the hoof as if you are checking for an abcess just like kicking bear suggested. If that turns up nothing then call the vet to have a flexion test done. A foot problem can typically be bound with the hoof pick but if it a joint problem the hoof pick will not affect that. Horsegurl just wanted to make sure (you probably already know this but some of the others here may not) that leaving a horse too long on cement will cause arthritis. I know several with premature arthritis from this including one 5 year old stud.
- 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:What dissolves clumping cat litter on cement?
- cat p i s s
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