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" A moist closet consists of a soapstone or slate box, or a metallined wooden box— the metal lining being covered with felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding... "
A hand-book for cement users - Page 51
edited by - 1905 - 369 pages
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Proceedings

American Society of Civil Engineers - Civil engineering - 1903
...of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for hold ing glass shelves on which to place the briquettes. Care...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66. — After 24 hours in moist air, the test pieces for longer periods of time should be immersed...
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Bulletin, Volume 3

Ohio. Division of Geological Survey - Geology - 1904
...felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66. After 24 hours in moist air, the test pieces for longer periods of time should be immersed in water...
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Cements, Mortars and Concretes: Their Physical Properties

Myron Samuel Falk - Cement - 1904 - 176 pages
...and this felt kept wet. The bottom of y IP the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66. — After 24 hours in moist air the test pieces for longer periods of time should be immersed in...
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Cements, Mortars and Concretes: Their Physical Properties

Myron Samuel Falk - Cement - 1904 - 176 pages
...felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66. — After 24 hours in moist air the test pieces for longer periods of time should be immersed in...
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Bulletin, Issue 3

Geology - 1904
...felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66. After 24 hours in moist air, the test pieces for longer periods of time should be immersed in water...
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A Treatise on Concrete, Plain and Reinforced: Materials, Construction, and ...

Frederick Winslow Taylor, Sanford Eleazer Thompson - Concrete - 1905 - 585 pages
...felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66. After 24 hours in moist air, the test pieces for longer periods of time should be immersed in water...
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Practical cement testing

W. Purves Taylor - Cement - 1905 - 320 pages
...felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66. — After 24 hours in moist air the test pieces for longer periods of time should he immersed in...
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Standard Methods of Testing and Specifications for Cement ...

Portland Cement Association - Cement - 1905 - 32 pages
...felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66.—After 24 hours in moist air the test pieces for longer periods of time should be immersed in...
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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
...felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. 66. — After 24 hours in moist air the test pieces for longer periods of time should be immersed in...
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Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...felt and this felt kept wet. The bottom of the box is so constructed as to hold water, and the sides are provided with cleats for holding glass shelves...taken to keep the air in the closet uniformly moist. as practicable; they may be stored in tanks or pans, which should Le of non-corrodible material. TENSILE...
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