concrete form

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form for a concrete column
Temporary boarding, sheeting, or pans of plywood, molded fiberglass, etc.; used to give desired shape to poured concrete, or the like.
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Gary Ryan, President of GPS AnyPlace, said he has announced the quick and successful recovery of USD20,000 worth of aluminum concrete forms from J.
Murphy said compared to water-based release agents, biodiesel works better because it doesn't dry out on the concrete forms and isn't washed off by rain.
The manner in which the concrete form dramatically morphs to express the notion of continuity is an unprecedented success; when the design rationale deviates from this discipline the building does on occasion lose its conceptual clarity, as is the case with the preformed concrete panels on the south elevation, and where a number of the internalised cones lose their robust self-finished surface in place of a traditional plaster finish.
Insulated concrete form (ICF) construction uses foam blocks to create a form into which concrete is poured.
But on display at a couple of booths at the convention were insulating concrete form (ICF) systems made basically out of polystyrene that is left in place after the concrete is poured.
Very early on, the idea of channeling interactions into concrete form gave rise to the "kiosk project," aimed at introducing "artistic information activity" into the public space via a contemporary nomadic version of the traditional kiosk structure.
The good news: Even if termites do penetrate the foam, they can do little harm to the concrete form inside.
The products include crop adjuvants and soy-based sealants for fresh concrete, concrete form and wood patios.
THIS ISSUE'S MUSINGS BEGAN to take concrete form as I sat in my room on the eighth floor of the Sarajevo Holiday Inn during a two-week consulting engagement in late September-early October.
As we share in this life of Indian, Afro, and peasant peoples here, we cannot fail to recognize that the stripping of resources and the consequent impoverishment which began 500 years ago is expressed in a very concrete form by the inhuman, immoral, and unpayable external debt; this debt continues to permit the technological growth of the North at the cost of the impoverishment and death of the South.
Lamken responded that the matter had to be considered in an administrative hearing so that the claim would arise in the "most concrete form possible.
Although difficult to describe in concrete form, if we think of it as a potential in ourselves and in all we meet, we can accept our responsibility for nurturing that potential by loving as Jesus loved.