Gunite


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gunite

[′gə‚nīt]
(civil engineering)
A mixture of cement, sand, and water that is sprayed on a surface for repairing portions of existing structures, lining reservoirs, and encasing steel for fireproofing.

Gunite

A construction material composed of cement, sand or crushed slag, and water mixed together and forced through a cement gun by pneumatic pressure; sold under the trademark Gunite.

Gunite

A proprietary name for shotcrete.
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I field a number of calls [from people] asking about the difference between gunite and vinyl," says Barry Hamilton, a sales executive with Aloha Pools & Spas in North Little Rock, Ark.
Though shooting the gunite proved to be more complicated, it provided a smoother look.
In the search for alternatives, Gunite reviewed the lime-spar desulfurization process, and considered it acceptable.
My goal is to do 30 gunite pools a year in [my] area, and match it with the same number of fiberglass pools.
To minimize the loss of gunite or shotcrete, use the lightest chipping hammers possible.
GOLD(TM) drums are a key component in Accuride's Lightweight Wheel-end offering consisting of Accuride aluminum wheels, the lightest weight industry standard steel wheel, Gunite GOLD(TM) drum, Gunite Tru-Set([R]) optimized ductile hub, and the Gunite automatic slack adjuster.
is "right in the middle of gunite country," but he's not afraid to go toe to toe with the big guys.
It is a great idea, and I can tell you from experience, on both gunite and fiberglass spas, how good they feel.
It's not always easy selling non-gunite pools in a market that tends to favor gunite or shotcrete.
The Company also announced that Edward Gulda will join the Company as Senior Vice President of Brillion and Gunite.
Gunite Corporation and the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), Local No.
Accuride Corporation (Evansville, Indiana), a supplier of components to the North American and European commercial vehicle industries that owns the Gunite casting facility in Rockford, Illinois, acquired KIC LLC (Vancouver, Washington).