Products/Services for End Grain Wood Block Flooring

    Flooring (industrial) - (947 companies)
    ...wood - Consists of multiple layers that are glued together in a cross-grain lamination. Long-strip - A type of engineered wood flooring that is made of individual slats or fillets. Parquet - Has a mosaic design. Laminate - This type of industrial...
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    Carbides and Carbide Materials (hardmetals) - (194 companies)
    ...makes them useful for cutting tools, forming dies, and other wear applications. Metal carbides often use cobalt, nickel, or intermetallic metal bonds between grains (cemented carbides), which results in increased toughness compared a pure carbide...
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    Lumber and Engineered Wood - (607 companies)
    Timber from hardwoods such as white oak, black cherry, and red birch is more expensive than lumber and engineered wood made from softwoods. Higher-grade hardwoods have attractive grains and can be processed into veneer or lumber for furniture...
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    Cement, Concrete, and Mortar - (636 companies)
    ...such as bricks and blocks. Investments consist of a refractory powder with a plaster or phosphate binder that is cast around a lost wax pattern. Permanent molds, refractories, powders, and aggregates are also available. Refractory aggregates...
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    End Mills - (551 companies)
    End mills are widely-used, multiple-flute cutters typically used for machining metals or plastics. They are typically mounted vertically and have two-or-more helical flutes. End mills are usually configured to cut with their ends and on their sides...
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    Concrete Blocks and Cement Blocks - (189 companies)
    Concrete blocks and cement blocks are preformed, manufactured concrete structures that are ready for on-site installation. They are manufactured, cast, and cured in factories or other production facilities. Most concrete blocks and cement blocks...
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    Pulley Blocks - (128 companies)
    Pulley blocks are assemblies that consist of a hook or shackle, swivel, bearing, sheaves, sprockets, pins and frame. They are suspended by a hoisting rope or load chain and are designed for a variety of lifting applications. Pulley blocks often use...
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    Gage Blocks - (118 companies)
    ...not have a central hole and are held together with an external gage block holder. Rectangular gage blocks have one or more centrally located holes for mounting on holding bars. Wear gage blocks are used on the ends of the gage block stack that contact...
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    Glass Blocks - (30 companies)
    ...such as subway terminals, airports, and parking garages. The glass surface may be clear, etched, patterned, shaped, or colored to produce a desired aesthetic effect. Some glass blocks are shaped as finishing components for the corners, tops, and ends...
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    Terminal Blocks - (766 companies)
    Terminal blocks are modular, insulated blocks that secure two or more wires together. Terminal blocks consist of an insulating body and a clamping device. Their flexibility allows wiring to be centralized and makes it easier to maintain complex...
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    The fourth type of wood floor is made from solid end grain blocks .
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    The next most popular floor fin- ish is wood blocks usually laid with the end grain showing.
  • The National Museum at Manila, Philippines
    The floor may be of heavy asphalt sheets or creosoted wood blocks laid on end grain .
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    Printing the rigid and impermeable acetal resin tint blocks onto the flexible surface of linoleum identified flexibility .... Linoleum cut more quickly and easily than wood and saved time as a consequence. .... The attraction of acetal resin lay in replicating high-quality, end - grain boxwood, an expensive and increasingly rare material. .... in 1860, was judged a generic term for cork and linseed oil based flooring material in the…
  • Reservoir characterization of Pennsylvanian sandstone reservoirs. Final report
    …represented on the gamma ray curve as a simple radioactive interval at the end of the channel … fill subfacies are interpreted as having been deposited over the basal surface (channel floor under the thalweg .... are not very thick and concentrate wood debris, large sediment blocks of unconsolidated sediments, mud pebbles and dead organism, whenever coarse grain sediments are not available at the lower reaches of the stream.
    "The four central blocks of the city, taken together were called the 'Governor's square', and at their center on … side of Military Park, It was a hay market then where farmers traded hay and grain for wood , nails and tools, In … an "open market" and on the site it currently occupies, This land was used solely for market purposes until the Tom- linson Hall was erected on the west end of the site offering … permanently on the ground floor under the hall and…
  • Historical development of the windmill
    The active end of the brake lever could be pulled up or down by a rope. .... was unsupported by the rope or the catch plate, it pulled the brake blocks sufficiently hard against … the brake be capable of operation at a distance, with the miller on the lower working floor . .... or accident, could start a fire from sparks of metal or ignition oi' wood because of the … the grinding process as he could _ tbr as long as the supply of grain held out.
  • States > Tennessee > State > Regulations > 0800 - Department of Labor and Workforce Development > 3 - Boilers, Elevators, and other Related Rules > [TCAR 800-3...
    …adhesive and filler; may secure marble anchors to studding, using pliers, and cover ends of anchors with .... (iv) "Marble Setter" means one who cuts, tools, and sets marble slabs in floors and walls of buildings and repairs and … and on sides of adjacent slabs; sets block in position, tamps it … composition mastic that matches grain of marble; and polishes .... "Carpenter" means one who constructs, erects, installs and repairs structures and fixtures of wood , plywood, and wallboard…
  • The Predynastic of Egypt
    These may have been threshing floors since grain was found in them and in granaries nearby. .... The walls were built of layers of Nile mud or rough blocks of mud containing a binder .... Pairs of postholes at the ends of some dwellings suggest that roofs of reed or rush were .... Entry was via a crude step made of wood or the tibia of a hippopotamus placed against…