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The architect's report also points out:'It should be noted that the church is in an area which has a history of building movement and settlement, and the church shows evidence of this in cracks through masonry joints and units and misalignment of building elements.
Then they fixed up crumbling masonry joints on a section of the canal site.
Crumbling masonry joints start out ugly, and then things get uglier fast--bricks come loose, water seeps behind the wall and bees make their homes in the mortar holes.
It is based on observed behavior of masonry joints and is expressed in terms of the confining stess ([sigma]) and the inelastic shear-slip ([v.
After exceeding the shear strength in masonry joints, shear cracks and shifting of the breast wall in joints arise (Fig 14).
Grinding of the old caulking material to remove it from the building masonry joints could also have contributed to the finding of soil contamination.
When constructing new masonry walls intended for stucco surfacing or veneer, install galvanized ties every 12 inches in the masonry joints when the wall is constructed.
For example, the rusting of a steel beam, corrosion of a cast iron pipe, erosion of mortar between masonry joints and weathering of a roofing membrane all progress at a relatively uniform rate.
Since they are non-corrosive, extremely tear resistant and stick reliably to almost anything, they're a good choice for joints between dissimilar materials, such as metal-to-masonry joints around chimneys, wood-to-concrete joints at the sill plate, and masonry joints in driveways and concrete slabs.
The infiltration was caused by deteriorated 50-year old masonry joints.
renovation including cleaning, work on stone surfaces, clearing of natural stone masonry joints and documentation / mapping.
Essentially, It is: - asbestos-containing roofing boards and partitions, Asbestos cords in masonry joints of flue gas ducts, Asbestos-containing roofing boards, Asbestos cement slabs as ceiling cladding and outer wall, Asbestos cords asbestos-containing asbestos-containing pipe cladding (alumina insulation) - kmf as insulation in partitions, Floors, Blankets, Roofing, Fire protection doors, On false ceilings, As pipe and equipment covers; - tar and other pyrolysis products made of organic material in tar paper under screed and as roofing; - wooden components and mineral fillings contaminated with ddt; - heavy duty cleaning paints.