joint compound


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joint compound

n.
A substance similar to plaster used to cover joints or the heads of screws or nails in drywall.
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Spread the joint compound over the seams ensuring that it overlaps the edge of the tape and the finish is smooth and flat.
Mess ups" in measuring and large gaps left from assembling can be filled with the joint compound.
Bostic frequently used an asbestos-containing joint compound manufactured by Atlanta-based Georgia-Pacific Corp.
Millions of people unknowingly were exposed to Union Carbide's asbestos fibers through a wide variety of products, including vinyl floor tile, ceiling tile, paints, sealants and coatings, paper products, Bakelite and joint compound," said Jim Ferraro, senior partner of Ferraro & Associates.
As a result of his exposure to asbestos in the ready mix joint compound manufactured by Georgia Pacific, Lagueux was diagnosed in August 2000, with asbestosis.
The company makes joint compounds at 13 locations in the United States, more than any other producer.
SHEETROCK brand dust control joint compound is packaged in a distinctive 3-1/2 gallon pail with a blue lid in the eastern and central United States, and a 3-1/2 gallon carton in the western U.
BUT NOW - THANKS TO A NEW ALL-PURPOSE JOINT COMPOUND OR MUD - THERE'S AN INNOVATIVE WAY TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE AIRBORNE DRYWALL DUST.
The ProForm joint compound line's certification is the latest demonstration of our ongoing commitment to sustainable building practices and indoor environmental quality," said John Mixson, National Gypsum's director of marketing and the head of the company's sustainability efforts.
Lot 1: group 1 - Dunkirk sector and groups 2 and 3 and LilleWork on large repairs lot no1 will lead to the award of a single general contracting firms or joint compound and include the following trades: (Ce0 - coordination Ce1 - wholesale - works, earthworks, demolition.
From the early 1960s through 1977, a substantial percentage of walls and ceilings constructed in homes and offices used asbestos containing joint compound to fill the seams or joints between wall board panels.
545 mA : Reproduction of vinyl wood flooring 1,100 sqm : Sports flooring linoleum 650 mA : Grouting linoleum with fuse wire 325 mA : Deputy skirting rubber covering 9,770 m : Deputy skirting of wood reproduction surface 985 m : Inlaid wood core socket with linoleum is 450 m : Joint compound with 1-component polyurethane grout 10,125 m : Epiphyseal closure with colored silicone 1.
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