pneumatic placement

pneumatic placement

Of concrete, slurry, or plaster, etc.: delivery by piping or hose to the final location on a jobsite; the material may be pumped in its normal wet consistency, either for deposit in place or for spraying, or its constituents may be pumped in the dry state with water added at the nozzle from which it is sprayed.
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The contracting officer (CO) replied that cast-in-place was inherent, self-evident, and did not permit pneumatic placement of concrete.
The navy argued that "cast-in-place" and "pneumatic placement" were not synonymous phrases.
The attempt by WPC to equate cast-in-place with pneumatic placement "is to no avail." They are "two different methods of concrete placement and construction."