hardwall

hardwall

A type of gypsum neat plaster; used as a base coat.
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It transpired he had been paid [pounds sterling]180 to collect a skip and its contents including suitcases, a radiator, cardboard boxes, a broken wardrobe and hardwall, which was later found dumped.
Our potent facilities provide total engineered containment through customized, hardwall isolation technologies.
Among the construction segment, standard cleanrooms had the largest market size in the global Cleanroom technology market during 2014; however hardwall cleanrooms are expected to witness fastest growth, with 6.1% CAGR during the period 2015 2020.
configuration to serve as the 'hardwall' aspect of pre-engineered metal buildings--erected in shorter windows than alternative base wall types.
Connect 2 Cleanrooms designed, manufactured and installed a modular hardwall panel system on the Bay campus in Swansea to create a suite of four cleanrooms covering 114 sq m.
Terra Universal's free-standing modular hybrid cleanroom offers the best of both hardwall and softwall room features.
Side panel options are available, with either a soft-wall curtain or clear acrylic hardwall, and the product can be supplied with the customer's branding.
The unit can be customized with softwall curtains or clear acrylic hardwall.
HANG UP TOOLS The Hardwall Takker lets you hang pictures, mirrors, hooks and more on any surface.
The new unit features 16-private hardwall and glazed sliding door treatment bays, a dedicated trauma room, and a specialized triage bay.
"We worked hard to push all the hardwall areas to the back," he says, creating open space for the center's future reinvention and to provide as much sunlight as possible.