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    Cement Tiles - (18 companies)
    ...cement tiles are typically used only in indoor applications, except in warmer climes. Cement tiles are hard wearing and durable, making them suitable for high traffic areas such as walkways. They can also be used to cover walls, floors, roofs, bathrooms... Learn More
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    Ceramic Tiles - (152 companies)
    ...are durable and hard wearing, making them suitable for covering surfaces such as roofs, floors, walls, table tops, bathroom showers, and other objects. Most ceramic tiles are categorized by the Porcelain Enamel Institute (PEI) according to their wear... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Roof Coatings - (104 companies)
    Roof coatings are waterproof, protective layers used in environments where wind, rain, snow and other precipitation can damage a building 's roof. Typical applications include warehouses, chemical plants, manufacturing facilities, and commercial... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Cement Boards - (16 companies)
    Cement boards are combinations of cement, glass, aggregate, and fiber reinforcements that are formed into sheets and used as tile backing boards, and to build wall or floors. Cement boards are combinations of cement, glass, aggregate, and fiber... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Cement, Concrete, and Mortar - (315 companies)
    ...concrete and mortar are used to join components and form structures. Products such as grout and caulk are used to fill gaps between tiles and bricks. Thin set materials such as dry set mortar and dry bond mortar include cement and are used in coating... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Cement, Concrete, and Mortar - (624 companies)
    ...used to fill in gaps between tiles, bricks and other components. Thinset mortar, dryset mortar, and drybond mortar are cement-based coatings that are applied in thinner layers than liners and lining systems, which can prefabricated on-site by pouring... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Polymer Concrete and Mortar - (141 companies)
    ...such as grout and caulk are used to fill gaps between tiles and bricks. Thin set materials such as dry set mortar and dry bond mortar include polymer cement and are used in coating products. Pre-cast shapes such as blocks and sheets are commonly... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Roofing Materials - (665 companies)
    Roofing materials come in many forms. For example, sheet metal, asphalt and tiles are common materials depending on the climate there are best suited for. Roofing Materials Information. Roofing materials are used in the construction of roofs... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Flooring (industrial) - (935 companies)
    ...flooring, ceramic tile, asphalt tile, and other durable materials. Residential flooring is designed for bathrooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, family rooms, foyers, home offices, kitchens, and living rooms. Products include ceramic tile, laminates... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Bricks - (111 companies)
    Bricks consist of fired ceramic or cement materials with a rectangular shape. Different bricks are available for specific applications such firebricks or refractory bricks, acid bricks for flooring and red bricks for masonry applications. Bricks... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Reception - The transmitted signal arrives at the receiver from different directions, with different path lengths, attenuation and delays. An RF reflective surface, like a cement surface or roof surfaces, can yield multiple paths between antennas. The higher the antenna mount position is from such surfaces...

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