unit masonry

masonry unit

A building unit fabricated of burnt clay, concrete, stone, or the like.
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Currently in commercialization for large-and small-scale applications, the initial technology focus at Solidia's northern New Jersey headquarters was unreinforced precast and unit masonry.
The rear facade is unit masonry with punched windows to allow natural light into the offices and consult areas.
Barger also serves on Committees C12 on Mortars and Grouts for Unit Masonry and C15 on Manufactured Masonry Units.
Exterior: Combination brick/CMU masonry and glass unit masonry
After reviewing CalStaras recycling and low-energy process value propositions and business plan calling for five additional fly ash-based unit masonry lines across the country over the next five years, Kane led a tour of the 63,000-sq.
The sixth edition of this reference manual on masonry standards for the building industry is based upon specifications determined by ASTM committees on both mortars and grouts for unit masonry and manufactured masonry units.
Under both ASTM C270, Standard Specification for Mortar for Unit Masonry, and CSA A179, Mortar and Grout for Unit Masonry, aggregate is measured in a damp, loose condition and 1 cu ft.
prescriptive design rules for glass unit masonry and anchored veneers.
Other constructions that probably need expansion joints include unit masonry and brick or brick veneer walls (both above and below grade), particularly if their uninterrupted length is 30 feet or more, and vinyl and metal exterior sidings.
Amerimix mortars can be mixed 50 percent faster than those prepared on site, and are available in a portfolio of unit masonry colors.
Tenders are invited for work includes cast-in-place concrete, doors, electrical, fire suppression, foundation piles, hvac, industrial painting/coatings, landscaping, miscellaneous architectural, miscellaneous metals, paving, pipe insulation, plumbing, process mechanical, roofing, structural demolition, structural steel, survey, unit masonry, utility relocation/isolation, and windows.
Papers from a June 2006 symposium report on recent work in cement, lime, mortars for unit masonry, and manufactured masonry units.