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batt

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(materials)
A blanket of insulating material usually 16 inches (41 centimeters) wide and 3 to 6 inches (8 to 15 centimeters) thick, used to insulate building walls and roofs.
(mining engineering)
A thin layer of coal occurring in the lower part of shale strata that lie above and close to a coal bed.

Batt

A length of insulation that is precut to fit certain wall cavity dimensions. Batt insulation is typically sold in a prepackaged roll.

batt insulation

batt insulation installed on underside of subfloor
A flexible blanket-type thermal insulation, commonly used as insulation between studs or joists in frame construction; also used as an acoustical material or a component in sound-insulating construction. Usually made from rock, slag, or glass fibers. Sometimes has a vapor barrier on one side or is entirely enclosed in paper with a vapor barrier on one side. Nominally 16 (40.6 cm) or 24 in. (61 cm) wide, and approx. 1 to 6 in. (2.5 to 15 cm) thick.
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The case was reportedly settled out of court with Batt paying a reputed six-figure sum to the Cage estate.
Batt should have broken the deadlock when he found himself one-on-one with the keeper only to have his close-range shot saved by Marriott again.
It was then that I met Mike Batt, but I was too young really and my parents were really keen for me to finish my education.
Batt, 58, penned a string of singles for the Wombles in the 70s but recent work includes Katie Melua's hits Closest Thing To Crazy and Nine Million Bicycles.
Health advocacy groups and funding from the pharmaceutical industry, Batt describes the ways in which drug companies provide funding for health advocacy, groups, arguing that this practice creates conflicts of interest.
Batt fibers are laid on the base weave and mechanically bonded into the base weave by use of felting needles in needling machines.
According to Hydrogen Engine Center, the Algona, IA-based company recently became public, and decided on Batt after a four-month search.
We are not married to anyone in the business and will look at companies that have the right colors and designs for our markets, and that also make sense financially," Batt said.
For instance, when the manufacturer of a fiberglass batt determines the R-value of their product, a laboratory test is run in an extremely controlled setting.
Calder's girlfriend Sheree Batt, 37, told the court: "I noticed blood on Mick.
Started by Ralph Marshall and Colin Batt, two industry veterans who, between the two of them, have more than 55 years of experience in the printing ink industry, Colmar was the result of the acquisition of Hendershot Inks.