Corrugated metal


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Corrugated metal

Sheet metal that has been drawn or rolled into parallel ridges and furrows to provide additional mechanical strength; aluminum and galvanized sheet metal are the most widely used.

corrugated metal

Sheet metal which has been drawn or rolled into parallel ridges and furrows to provide additional mechanical strength; aluminum and galvanized sheet steel are widely used.
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The walls are covered in whitewashed reclaimed wood and corrugated metal wainscoting
Corrugated metal also permitted "the epic scale of airship hangars."
According to Brent Brewbaker, P.E., vice president of marketing for corrugated metal pipe for West Chester, Ohio-based CONTECH Construction Products Inc., keeping culverts working starts with routine inspections.
The "Fronteiricos" are made of old metal filing-cabinet drawers filled with hardened wax, onto which the artist inserted cookie-cutter forms in corrugated metal foil, often shaped to the contours of the map of Brazil.
The resulting 1,800-square-foot building is set upon a pier foundation and includes many farm vernacular themes, such as silo-inspired corrugated metal, pole barn angle joists, birch-covered interior walls, and cedar trim.
The blaze broke out in the corrugated metal building at Charles W Taylor and Son, in Templetown, South Shields at around 7.30pm.
By completing a series of tasks in record time - including 'sheeting' a roofing rig with corrugated metal in just 21 hours - Matthew beat off more experienced competition to take second place.
Powerful winds blew the Galatia mine's overland beltline off track, scattering 2,000 feet (ft) of belt covers - 3-ft sections of corrugated metal - onto adjacent property.
Residents of Khayelitsha are prohibited from building permanent structures on the sandy plots, so houses are patched together with undersized beams, laminate wood, and rusty corrugated metal sheets.
Zydeco's steely pulse is derived from the signature instrument in its rhythm section, the corrugated metal scrapper known as a rubboard or scrubboardor, in Creole, froittoir.
That new identity created by Fox & Fowle included an undulating corrugated metal ceiling plane that spans the ground-level interior space and projects beyond the glass enclosure out over the sidewalk, and new signage and identification, including a dynamic logo for the station, illuminated and animated, with a dancing rhythm reinforced by red neon tubing.
From the sky, iron birds controlled by the new American friends dropped rice, kettles, blankets, and pieces of corrugated metal (to be used for roofs).