fibrocement

fibrocement

(ˌfaɪbrəʊsɪˈmɛnt)
n
(Building) (formerly) cement combined with asbestos fibre, used esp in sheets for building
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Decades ago, when it was built by her father, it had represented a promise of a brighter future, with its concrete walls, its fibrocement roof and its connections to the city's water and electricity networks.
106, Vilnius [m.sup.2]K thickness mineral After: wool insulation U = 0.24 W/ and fibrocement [m.sup.2]K panels Difference: [DELTA]U = 1.03 W/ [m.sup.2]K Before: Ventilated system U = 1.31 W/ with 130 mm Klevu St.
An IIT Kanpur engineer who is a fibrocement expert and presently teaches at MNREC, Allahabad, has offered his technology to P government to build houses for poor.
The "El Mawassir" enterprise counts 190 workers and is notably specialised in manufacturing fibrocement pipes and plaques, mainly for the national market.
The other six pigs were raised in pens, which had fibrocement roofs, concrete floors and natural ventilation.
While Gabriel Poole's delightful housing scheme is typical of the Queensland school, with fibrocement boarding, elevated verandas and corrugated tin roofs, the emerging architecture of Bark represents a curious but pleasing blend.
In 2008 Dolanit specialty fibers were introduced and are specifically engineered for fiber reinforcement of concrete, mortar, asphalt, fibrocement products and the automotive sector.
A detailed description of the Brancourt Avenue incident written by one of the arrested men (most likely John Bowles) was published anonymously in a Workers' Weekly article entitled, 'Firing to Kill: Lang Plan in Bankstown': The police arrived in carload after carload surrounding the cottage on all sides and commenced operations with a volley of stones which smashed the windows and fibrocement walls of the house.