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field tile

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(Agriculture) Brit and NZ an earthenware drain used in farm drainage
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As Chuck D'Imperio writes in Unknown Museums of Upstate New York: A Guide to 50 Treasures, "After one visit to the Drain Tile Museum, you'd think this item ranks up there with the electric light bulb as far as great inventions go!
(61) It was discovered that Surat had a drain tile inlet near where the channel entered the property that was allegedly inhibiting the flow and causing the water to backup.
A drain in the floor carries drainage water out through a buried 4-inch plastic drain tile.
Milwaukee, WI, December 01, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Charles Weber Consulting is the only company offering independent drain tile testing to homeowners with concerns about water entry in their basements.
Field Editor Don Wharram had a different problem with his sump pump: "The dripping noise made by water falling from the drain tile into my sump basin was extremely irritating.
Uzemack's vineyard decreased in size in 2005 as the result of a massive drain tile failure that wiped out all but one acre of the chancellor noir grapes.
With multiple boom options, contractors can choose the right size boom for their specific job, whether that's the 4-foot boom for installing utility lines or the 2-foot boom for irrigation or drain tile applications.
The facility will process 60 million pounds annually of plastic bags, films, pesticide jugs, plastic pails, drums, kegs, totes, mini-bulks, flower pots, landscape pots, drain tile and lawn edging, with full capabilities by the end of the summer, company officials said.
On the lowest portion of this tile, install a T and a drain tile that outlets beyond the area where the fill is to occur.
It is always a good practice to place a drain tile behind the wall and to backfill the first six to 12 inches with clean draining stone.
Koch's DrainStar[R] stripdrain product eliminates the need for traditional foundation drain tile and gravel while providing an effective basement drain system.