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" The cement shall be stored in such a manner as to permit easy access for proper inspection and identification of each shipment, and in a suitable weather-tight building which will protect the cement from dampness. "
A hand-book for cement users - Page 75
edited by - 1905 - 369 pages
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Improved Sewerage & Sewage Disposal Contract No.13: Specifications ...

Columbus, O. Dept. of public service - 1905 - 134 pages
...weather-tight building having a wooden floor properly blocked or raised from the ground, and in such manner as to permit easy access for proper inspection and identification of each shipment. The Engineer shall be notified at once of each delivery of cement. Every facility shall be provided...
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Standard Methods of Testing and Specifications for Cement ...

Portland Cement Association - Cement - 1905 - 32 pages
...a suitable weather-tight building 6 having the floor properly blocked or raised from the ground. 7 4. The cement shall be stored in such a manner as to 8 permit easy access for proper inspection and identification of 9 each shipment. 10 5. Every facility...
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Standard Methods of Testing and Specifications for Comment

American Society for Testing Materials. Committee on Standard Specifications for Cement - Cement - 1905 - 32 pages
...a suitable weather-tight building 6 having the floor properly blocked or raised from the ground. 7 4. The cement shall be stored in such a manner as to 8 permit easy access for proper inspection and identification of 9 each shipment. 10 5. Every facility...
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Cement laboratory manual: a manual of instructions for the use of students ...

Leslie Abram Waterbury - Cement - 1908 - 122 pages
...in a suitable weathertight building having the floor properly blocked or raised from the ground. i3. The cement shall be stored in such a manner as to...proper inspection and identification of each shipment. i4. Every facility shall be provided by the contractor, and a period of at least twelve days allowed...
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Structural Engineering ...: Concrete

Edward Godfrey - Building - 1908
...blocked or raised ffom the ground. •.ii ••t<n - .-.•••• ••. . 4. The cement shall tie stored in such a manner as to permit easy access for proper inspection and 'identification of each snipmeht • :• •;• V • . ,•. •... •' . •-'.;, 1 5. Every facility shall be provided...
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A Treatise on Masonry Construction

Ira Osborn Baker - Masonry - 1909 - 745 pages
...the cement be considered entirely satisfactory simply because it passes the tests. SPECIFICATIONS. 1. General Conditions. All cement shall be inspected....proper inspection and identification of each shipment. 6. Every facility shall be provided by the contractor and a period of at least twelve clays allowed...
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A Treatise on Masonry Construction

Ira Osborn Baker - Masonry - 1909 - 745 pages
...satisfactory simply because it passes the tests. SPECIFICATIONS. 1. General Conditions. All trinciu shall be inspected. 2. Cement may be inspected either...proper inspection and identification of each shipment. 6. Every facility shall be provided by the contractor and a period of at least twelve days allowed...
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A Treatise on Masonry Construction

Ira Osborn Baker - Masonry - 1909 - 745 pages
...passes the tests. SPECIFICATIONS. 1. General Conditions. All oement shall be inspected. 2. ( 'ement may be inspected either at the place of manufacture...proper inspection and identification of each shipment. 6. Every facility shall be provided by the contractor and a period of at least twelve days allowed...
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A Treatise on Masonry Construction

Ira Osborn Baker - Masonry - 1909 - 745 pages
...manufacture or on the work. 3. In order to allow ample time for inspecting and testing, the cement should he stored in a suitable weather-tight building having...proper inspection and identification of each shipment. 6. Every facility shall be provided by the contractor and a period of at least twelve days allowed...
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Radford's cyclopedia of construction: carpentry, building and ..., Volume 7

William A. Radford, Alfred Sidney Johnson - Architecture - 1909
...therefrom without delay. 3. In order to allow ample time for inspecting and testing, the cement must be stored in a suitable weathertight building, having...access for proper inspection and identification of each carload. 5. Every facility shall be provided by the Contractor and a period of at least fourteen days...
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