granolithic


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gran·o·lith

 (grăn′ə-lĭth′)
n.
A paving stone of crushed granite and cement.

gran′o·lith′ic adj.
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The maintenance of the high quality surfacing including Caithness and Granite paving slabs, setts and cubes, and other materials such as granolithic concrete, including minor cleaning and weeding;
bricks / Granolithic floors including disposal of refuse within a distance of 60 M
Works include but not limited to:-the maintenance of the high quality surfacing including Caithness and Granite paving slabs, setts and cubes, and other materials such as granolithic concrete, including minor cleaning and weeding;-the maintenance of street furniture including bollards, railings, benches etc.
To find a heavy duty floor screed that is quick and easy to install and yet provides a finish that is more durable than granolithic toppings is not always easy.
granolithic finish under layer 35 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 (1-Cement:2-course sand:4-graded stone aggregate 12.
Tenders are invited for Providing floor tiles over the existing damaged granolithic flooring and replacing the damaged AC down fall pipe by new pip
For the purposes of this report industrial flooring has been defined as all types of surfacing products that are laid on concrete, sand and cement, granolithic, or equivalent bases.
To a find a heavy duty floor screed which is quick to install and yet provides a finish that is more durable than granolithic toppings is not always easy.
Sidewalks caused the first problems: haphazardly planted street trees had to be removed as contractors excavated for new granolithic sidewalks in the late nineteenth century.
spike with granolithic, pre-Cambrian spiny hexactines that is,