joint filler

joint filler

1. Any putty-like material used to fill joints, as in plasterboard construction.
2. A strip of extruded resilient material used for filling a joint.
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This includes the Bridge Preservation, which focuses on the protection and rehabilitation of highways, bridges, tunnels and rail infrastructure; SL series joint filler for commercial and industrial flooring applications, and FlexTain pre-sprayed liners for secondary containment.
ASTM D8139 requires more stringent tests than existing standards for joint fillers such as D1751 Standard Specification for Preformed Expansion Joint Filler for Concrete Paving and Structural Construction (Nonextruding and Resilient Bituminous Types), he adds.
The normal lateral meniscus acts as joint filler, covering up to two-thirds of the articular surface of the underlying tibia plateau.
Sand bed and sand joint filler. 1.02 RELATED WORK A.
Compakta/Pactan, headquartered in Traunreut, Germany, makes silicone-based adhesives, joint filler and sealers for the construction and building, automotive supplier, general and appliance OEM industries.
When joints are repeated iii the floor, the joint filler material must be compatible with the rest of the flooring system.
* Consider elimination of sawed joint filler material, after field verification.
Engineering studies for the second phase of the project, which will be a ready-mix joint filler factory, are currently under way.
* Original construction somewhat lacked in quality, evident in misaligned water stops, joint filler, and dowels at expansion joints.

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