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:Cement or Brick patio?
- Snowman obviously doesnt know how to pour concrete. Concrete is easier, brick looks better EDIT: if you dig your footings, add enough rebar and it's the right size(the rebar), it wont crack.
- Q:What is water/cement ratio?
- The water–cement ratio is the ratio of the weight of water to the weight of cement used in a concrete mix and has an important influence on the quality of concrete produced. A lower water-cement ratio leads to higher strength and durability, but may make the mix more difficult to place. I work for a construction company and i know that you always need water to mix with the concrete - in the winter you have to heat the water first and it costs more to get it poured than in the summer when you don't.
- Q:Fiber-cement siding?
- Only con is it is difficult to cut, need to purchase the correct saw blade. It is very stable with changes in temperature, unlike vinyl siding. It does have a similar appearance and will increase the value of your home more than vinyl would. I think that vinyl should decrease the value, it is just not a good material for siding. Have worked many days on repairing vinyl siding that is coming loose. I plan on using cement board siding when I replace the siding on my home. Price is very good right now for cement board, about the same price as the cheap masonite lap siding.
- Q:how do i get spray paint off cement?
- sand blasting will do the trick - all else, there are chemicals that can be purchased @ lowe's , home depot etc under graffitii removal.. that will work - i would try these places -
- Q:how often do you have to paint fiber cement siding?
- Painting Fiber Cement Siding
- Q:what is the use of tensile strength of cement motors experiment ?
- um i think you have that wrong tensile strength is a measurement of how strong something is when stretched so i will assume you mean... MORTAR.. not motor testing the strength of mortar is important for knowing how strong it is when bonding things like cement blocks together when building structures, or for doing a parging coat with .. etc..
- Q:how to determine the amount of silica in cement?
- well the answer is very simple........... you know i suppose that NaOH reacts with silica to give sodium silicate? and sodium silicate is basic in nature/....... so just take a sample of cement make a solution of it.... or maybe a suspension , weigh it and start adding NaOH until the indicator (phenolphthalein) changes colour..... the reaction is...... NaOH+SiO2---------->NaSiO3+H2O just balance the reaction and there you have your answer...........
- Q:how is cement, concrete, mortar and glass made and used?
- see that window ? thats how glass is used
- Q:how to set up a cement slab?
- Preparation for pouring a cement (concrete) slab would include: 1.digging in the earth to leveling the area and provide enough space for the slab. A standard for my area is 4 of concrete with 6x6 wire or 6 of concrete without reinforcement. The more uniform the area the greater is the ability to predict the size of the required pour. 2. setting up forms While I have seen expansion joints thrown into wet concrete a better job is when the expansion joint is placed against a subdivision of the slab. 3. pour the concrete making sure that any wire mesh reinforcement is not touching the earth. 4 screeding off the concrete 5 pulling up forms and any additional finishing. including stamping, coloring or other texturing This is a very searchable topic.
- Q:Can I attach a wooden wall to the cement foundation in my crawlspace?
- Wood against the cement wall is not a good idea. Moisture from the ground usually seeps in through concrete, and evaporate from the floor. and the wood will soak it up, grow moldy and rot. If you are planning to use it for storage the best course of action would be to encapsulate it instead. That means lining the whole crawl space, floor and walls with a 20mil poly sheet (like a pool liner) specially developed for this purpose, and then install a conditioning system to blow air from the upstairs into the crawl, keeping it dry. Besides protecting your crawl space and stored items from moisture, termites etc... encapsulation makes your whole house at least 18% more energy efficient. It is recommended by the US Department of Energy's Building America as Best Practice. I am adding the link to Advanced Energy website. There you will find videos explaining the process and a ton of studies conducted by them on crawl spaces, as well as to another website about Crawl Spaces.
ARTS, is engaged in environmental art, GRC projects. Our business scope mainly includes: bridge, embankments,garden fence railings, GRC European component,GRC / EPS prefabricated building component and engineering and garden hard landscape etc.
Our company has the capacity of independent mold development and GRC professional equipment manufacture.
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