loose material


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loose material

Soil or rock in a blasted, broken, or loose state.
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Dirt Connections serves the Virginia, Maryland and DC areas with a variety of residential and commercial construction services, with a special focus on dirt and loose material delivery.
If the cracks are close to the cornice and you can't get a tape on it, remove any loose material and fill with a flexible filler, such as caulk, then re-paint.
Then level, screed and compact about 25mm of bedding sand with a final 10mm of loose material on the top.
A square-ended shovel is best for carrying and spreading loose material such as compost, and scooping up debris from hard surfaces.
Filtration of oligomers during yarn- or loose material dyeing
A powerful aftershock has struck the city of Christchurch in New Zealand, sending residents rushing into the streets, cutting power supplies and bringing down loose material from already damaged buildings.
This compacting of the loose material reliably raises the feeding capacity by a factor of two--three whilst maintaining unchanged high product quality.
The presence of loose material below the ground layer was ignored.
Another possibility is that we're seeing a single asteroid that has been gradually spun up by interactions with sunlight to the point that it has started throwing off loose material.
David Brassington, HSE construction inspector in the West Midlands, said: "Before closing the site for the holiday, contractors should carry out checks to ensure loose material is secure and scaffolding is properly supported.