grading rules

grading rules

Specifications by which lumber, plywood, etc., are grouped according to quality.
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Tenders are invited for bridge material specifications: all lumber and timbers will be grade #2 or better, southern pine, in accordance with 2014 standard grading rules for spib and treated in accordance with awpa use category system, section 2, u1 standards, uc4a or above.
Quakers missed out on a possible third successive promotion last season because they were unable to satisfy FA ground grading rules, but manager Martin Gray is determined to emulate his team's finish, and clinch a place in the national division.
Lumber grades were consistent with National Hardwood Lumber Association specifications, while log grades were based on the USDA Forest Service grading rules.
TEENAGERS across Merseyside will take some of their GCSE exams under new grading rules for the first time this summer.
Otherwise, according to the 2005 grading rules, a tumor with 80% pattern 3 and 20% pattern 5 would be a Gleason score 3 + 5 = 8, and another tumor with 50% pattern 3, 30% pattern 4, and 20% pattern 5 would be graded 3 + 4 = 7, which makes no sense, given that both have the same large amount of Gleason pattern 5 cancer.
Before experts start grading, we give them official training to emphasize the grading rules and standards they must comply with; then they review tested essays and perform sample grading.
The Rulebook covers dimension & component grading rules, tolerances and claim procedures for domestic and export trade.
It's archaic grading rules allow timber operators to buy our old growth timber as "culls" for chip wood prices.
This will involve increased emphasis on direct interaction with the many wood traders, manufacturers and specifiers across the Middle East and North Africa, along with focus on promoting the NHLA grading rules, as well as expanding the public relations programme.
This will be followed by a practical demonstration of the grading rules for North American hardwoods, which will be conducted by former Chief Inspector of the National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA) and AHECAAES grading consultant, Bob Sabistina
In addition, Bob Sabistina, former Chief Inspector of the National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA) and AHEC'S grading consultant, conducted a practical demonstration of the grading rules for North American hardwoods, which form the basis of every successful transaction.