cast stone

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cast stone

n
(Building) building trades a building component, such as a block or lintel, made from cast concrete with a facing that resembles natural stone
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Artificial stone was also developed which could be produced at a fraction of the cost of worked natural stone.
They also complained that the house was being built with three bedrooms instead of two as on the plan, that the pitch of the roof was too high and that artificial stone was being used instead of natural stone as specified.
Boxing of final impression is the utmost suitable technique to detain artificial stone and assist the pouring of master cast.
In total, Dubai Opera involved the installation of 30,000m2 of natural and artificial stone, with water-jet cutting and brass inserts.
Artificial stone silicosis: disease resurgence among artificial stone workers.
You want a product called Lithofin MN Outdoor Cleaner for Natural and Artificial Stone, at about PS12 a litre.
The artificial stone can be used to not only produce bricks or slabs, but also to create protective wall coating layers and insulation materials which could replace polystyrene foam.
Increasing application scope of unsaturated polyester resin in the fiberglass market coupled with growing demand for unsaturated polyester resin in the artificial stone market is expected to open opportunities for the growth of the market over the next few years.
Several facilities of the State Penitentiary Service of Kyrgyzstan intend to open enterprises on footwear sewing, leather dressing, artificial stone production, souvenir making, as well as to establish a fishery, the press service of the Penitentiary Service reported.
The building has an artificial stone facade dotted with lantern-style glass windows.
1, 2011), "Method of Recycling Acrylic Resin, Composition for Acrylic Artificial Stone, and Article of Artificial Stone," Myeong Cheon Jeon, Hyeong Gyu Ahn, Jong Gap Kim, Hae Mun Jung, Seung Hwa Jeong, and Bang Jun Park (Cheil Industries, South Korea).
Grade II listed rock and water garden - an artificial stone grotto among pools linked by cascades from the head of a small ravine.