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Understanding gas welding and cutting

Gas welding is also known as oxy-fuel welding or oxy welding. It is the process of joining and cutting metal by using heat created from gas flame. When…

Different Types of Heavy Equipments Used during Construction

  Introduction Heavy equipment are use for variety of large projects which make construction easier and faster. These equipment used to transport heavy load, dig holes, demolish and…

Procedures on How to Plaster on Masonry Surfaces

  Introduction Plaster is a thin stratum of mortar that acts as damp-proof coat over brick masonry. It is also used to protect the external surface from atmospheric…

What to consider Before Selection of Concrete Forms

  Before selection of concrete forms, it is expected for the constructor or the structural engineer to Know all types of concrete forms and their application. It is…

Different Types of Concrete Form and their Applications

  Introduction Concrete forms serve as a solid barrier which helps to hold the fluid concrete in place until it get strong and acquire a particular shape. The…

Procedures on How to Repair Plaster Walls

  Introduction Plaster wall needs often repair as the building ages. The common problem with plaster walls may includes cracking, water damage, crumbling and etc. In this article…

Different Types of Buildings Based on IBC and UBC (Occupancy)

  Introduction Types of buildings based on occupancy is categorize by the international building code (IBC 2018) and uniform building code UBC) which can be classified due to…

Principle and selection of Concrete Pumps

  Principle of Concrete Pumps A concrete pumps are made of cylinder hydraulic pump with two head. It works by drawing the liquid concrete through the down piston…

Types of Concrete Pump and their uses

Introduction Concrete pumps are machine tools used for transferring liquid concrete from the storage to the place of casting by pumping. In this article, you’ll get to know…

14 Different Types of Wood Finishes and their uses

  Introduction Finish in terms furniture or similar wood products, refers to the film forming coatings applied to the surface of wood to protect it and highlight its…

Wood finishing: Basics and its Procedure

  Introduction Wood finishing is final operation carryout in woodwork construction. It is the process of protecting or refining a wooden surfaces. it also gives wood surfaces desirable…

Advantages and preparation of Bar Bending Schedule

  Introduction Bar bending is the process of bending reinforcing steel into required shapes for reinforced concrete construction nouction. While Bar bending schedule is a list or estimates…

Butt joint: Methods and Types of reinforced butt joint

  Introduction Butt joint is one of the weakest joint used in wood work construction unless reinforcement is used. It is the process of joining two pieces of…

Dovetail joint: Types of dovetail joint

  Introduction Dovetail joint is one of the most common and widely used joints in wood construction. This type of joint is suitable for box construction such as,…

Lap Joint: Types of Lap Joint

  Introduction Lap joint or overlap joint is one of the common type of joint frequently used in wood construction. It may be full or half lap. When…

Wood Joints: 15 Types of wood joints

  Introduction Joinery is one of the most important operation and basic concept carryout in wood construction. These operations are made to join two pieces of wood together…

Centrifugal Pump: how its works and uses

Introduction Most modern liquid cooled engines employ a pump. The pump ensures a more positive circulation of the coolant and is necessary for engines of high power output…

Impeller Pump – how impeller pump works

  Most modern liquid cooled engines employ a pump. The pump ensures a more positive circulation of the coolant and is necessary for engines of high power output…