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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The property of being water-tight.


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  • The company also promised to install additional emergency backup generators and other equipment and improve water-tightness of the reactor building.

    Japan wants 3 reactors closed while seawall built

  • It will also install additional backup generators and other emergency equipment to secure cooling capacity, and improve water-tightness of reactor buildings.

    Japan wants 3 reactors closed while seawall built

  • Battens: The setting of battens is the most important part of MCR roofing on which the proper laying of the tiles and water-tightness depend.

    Chapter 12

  • High expectations on the water-tightness of roofs cannot be met, particularly when the lowest roof slope and lowest height of covering are used.

    1. Technical requirements for Asbestos substitutes

  • For Dorrin, the hard parts of the compass are ensuring the water-tightness of the copper casing " although the seeking arrow floats in oil and not water " and not bending the copper rivets on which the needles turn.

    The Magic Engineer

  • The inner plaster of the lower part of the digester is for water-tightness.

    6. Construction of the biogas plant

  • To obtain gas-tightness, twice the manufacturer's recommendations for water-tightness is added to the cement.

    6. Construction of the biogas plant

  • To improve water-tightness the butt joint will be covered with a FC mortar strip.

    5. Installation

  • · Normal range for amount of water used to mix each 50 kg bag of cement is between 20 liters and 30 liters (94 lb. bag of cement is between 4.5 gal. and 7 gal.) · The water-tightness of concrete depends primarily on the water-cement ratio and the length of moist curing.

    Chapter 7

  • The strength and water-tightness of concrete improve with age.

    Chapter 6


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