4 200 m 2 roof area, - roof drainage, - wallcoverings in corrugated aluminum
Every outside surface was covered with corrugated aluminum
, leading to the plane's nickname, "The Tin Goose.
Nails, canvas, corrugated aluminum
, plywood, lumber, rice, noodles and sardines are also bestsellers before a storm.
This system uses a waler connected to the inside front of a standard Build-A-Box to install one-foot-wide corrugated aluminum
sheets around crossing utilities near bottom of excavations to allow fast and safe excavating around the conflict and easy closure of space around crossed utility.
aluminum or corrugated aluminum
sheets with thicknesses ranging from .
In the 1930s, "Auntie Ju" was considered the absolute pinnacle of airlinersNcomfortable, reliable, even beautiful, despite its strange warehouse-like corrugated aluminum
Kim said some of its products would be marketed as: Alucor Al, the brand standing for composite panels with a corrugated aluminum
core and face sheets of aluminium; Alucor SS, representing composite panels with a corrugated aluminium core and face sheets of stainless steel, and Alucor Duo, standing for Alucor panels with two corrugated aluminium cores and a face sheet of either aluminium or stainless steel.
Inside, the homes will blend old and new with modern selections side-by-side with traditional loft-style features such as hand-scrapped and weathered hardwood flooring and corrugated aluminum
upper kitchen cabinets to craft layouts with tremendous allure and grace.
One was the oxidized aluminum wheel made of corrugated aluminum
All this fun is staged, appropriately, in a thoroughly postmodernist set featuring a stark castle battlement lined with sheets of corrugated aluminum
, a castle for the industrial fashion world.
The Gainesville scientists built a test facility made up of two pairs of windowless, corrugated aluminum
The structure is comprised of galvanized steel standing on top of a concrete base; the steel frame is clad with corrugated aluminum
sheeting and fixed armoured glass windows through which the tower's interior is visible.