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NIGHT
MANUFACTURER
TOOL
DRIVERS
JUNCTION
BOWYER
PICASSO
GAUGE
ETC
KASEY KAHNE
CAR
PROBLEM
COPPER
PLASTIC
SEALANTS
CALDER
PANELS
PLYWOOD
TUBING
BASE
CUTTING
RACE
DALE EARNHARDT INC
COLD ROLLING
METAL LATH
PIECE
SIMILAR MATERIAL
WATER
COUNTER FLASHING
WATER SEEPAGE
WORKING
COMPONENTS
DUCT
DRYWALL
AIR DUCTS
DUCTWORK
PAPER
SURFACE
THICKNESS
MATERIALS
MATERIAL
BENT
METAL
ROOF VALLEY
ROOF COVERING
SHINGLES
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Night

  1. Every block has at least one and sometimes as many as six kiosks that shutter up during the night and look like bus shelters covered in sheet metal.
  2. Once he left school, Bandy was a sheet metal worker, singing in country nightclubs at night.

Manufacturer

  1. Manufacturer of printed circuit boards, sheet metal, cable assemblies, and injection molding for OEM manufacturing.

Tool

  1. But while we're talking about focused energy weapons, lets just go with a tool that we already use to cut sheet metal on Earth: lasers.

Drivers

  1. The silent auction will feature six items, including sheet metal from DEI cars signed by the drivers and Teresa Earnhardt.

Junction

  1. Flat Seam: A seam at the junction of sheet metal roof components that has been bent at the plane of the roof.

Bowyer

  1. On Sunday, fans will have a chance to win signed sheet metal, crew shirts and an infield meeting with Bowyer.

Picasso

  1. Beginning in 1928, Picasso began to work in iron and sheet metal in Julio González's studio in Paris.

Gauge

  1. The sheet metal gauge (sometimes spelled "gage") indicates the standard thickness of sheet metal for a specific material.
  2. The gauge of sheet metal ranges from 30 gauge to about 8 gauge.

Etc

  1. STEP FLASHING: A corrosion-resistant sheet metal used to waterproof the angle between a chimney, skylight, dormer, etc.

Kasey Kahne

  1. Crew members pounded away at sheet metal trying to salvage a return for Kasey Kahne and Kevin Harvick.

Car

  1. He never expected to end up airborne, upside down, sheet metal spewing behind him as his car sailed into the safety fence.

Problem

  1. The problem of rigid origami, treating the folds as hinges joining two flat, rigid surfaces, such as sheet metal, has great practical importance.
  2. Another problem is that eave closure 23 is made of sheet metal that is malleable and not reinforced.

Copper

  1. Soaker: Sheet metal (usually lead, copper or zinc) at the junction of a roof with a vertical surface of a chimneystack, adjoining wall etc.
  2. Although most flashing is constructed of galvanized sheet metal, lead and copper also are frequently used.

Plastic

  1. The die is a metal block that is used for forming materials like sheet metal and plastic.
  2. Most modern flashing is constructed of galvanized sheet metal, but copper, lead, asphalt, plastic and other flexible waterproof materials can also be used.

Sealants

  1. Flashing materials include sheet metal; cements, caulks, and sealants; and flexible sheets such as waterproofing shingle underlayment.
  2. Flanged open bottomed fixture made of sheet metal (or other) placed around a roof penetration, filled with sealants to seal the area around penetrations.

Calder

  1. In 1937, Calder created his first large bolted stabile fashioned entirely from sheet metal, which he entitled Devilfish.

Panels

  1. A panel hacksaw eliminates the frame, so that the saw can cut into panels of sheet metal without the length of cut being restricted by the frame.
  2. When everything fits and all the sheet metal is on the car, including the fenders and the hood, fabricators paint the inside of the panels.

Plywood

  1. The forms are usually made of reinforced plywood, but sheet metal or even glass fiber can be used.

Tubing

  1. Examples of items made in this way are galvanized pipe, tubing, sheet metal, wire, nails, and bolts.

Base

  1. CHIMNEY BASE FLASHING: A corrosion-resistant sheet metal installed at the base of a chimney to prevent leaks.

Cutting

  1. In metalwork, a nibbler is a tool for cutting sheet metal with minimal distortion.
  2. A Flypress is a metalworking machine tool used to punch holes in sheet metal in one operation, rather than by cutting the hole or drilling, etc.

Race

  1. They carry race used authentic tires, rims, sheet metal, and crew shirts from various drivers and teams.
  2. The finest stock car drivers in the world bent up a lot of sheet metal in the first part of this race.

Dale Earnhardt Inc

  1. Fans at the event will have the chance to win prizes and bid on limited edition collectibles and raced sheet metal from Dale Earnhardt Inc.

Cold Rolling

  1. Cold rolling is a process by which the sheet metal or strip stock is introduced between rollers and then compressed and squeezed.

Metal Lath

  1. Corner Bead: A strip of formed sheet metal, sometimes combined with a strip of metal lath, placed on corners before plastering to reinforce them.

Piece

  1. On Lap 20, the second caution flag flew for debris on the track, as a piece of sheet metal came off of one of the trucks and also for the window.
  2. The team endured some bad luck during the race when a piece of sheet metal cut his right rear tire and forced an unscheduled pit stop.

Similar Material

  1. A manual damper generally consists of a sheet metal (or similar material) flap, shaped to fit the inside of a round or rectangular duct.

Water

  1. A scupper, typically made of galvanized sheet metal, is a short trough that discharges water off the roof and into a downspout.

Counter Flashing

  1. Counter flashing is considered exposed flashing and shall be constructed of sheet metal.

Water Seepage

  1. Flashing is sheet metal or plastic that is used to cover joints and openings and protect against water seepage.

Working

  1. Richard Serra (born November 2, 1939) is an American minimalist sculptor and video artist known for working with large scale assemblies of sheet metal.

Components

  1. Carline Group of Companies - Manufacturer of sheet metal components and automobile parts.
  2. Sheet metal work - All components of a house employing sheet metal, such as flashing, gutters, and downspouts.

Duct

  1. Duct: A pipe or closed conduit made of sheet metal, fiberglass board, or other suitable material used for conducting air to and from an air handling unit.

Drywall

  1. Corner bead - A strip of formed sheet metal placed on outside corners of drywall before applying drywall 'mud'.

Air Ducts

  1. You may be familiar with air ducts that are constructed of sheet metal.

Ductwork

  1. Ductwork is made of sheet metal, fiberglass, or flexible plastic, and can be round or rectangular in shape.
  2. Air is circulated through ductwork, which may be made of sheet metal or plastic "flex" duct and insulated or uninsulated.
  3. The piping or tubing commonly used for ductwork may be manufactured from tin, or sheet metal, fiberglass, or flexible plastic.

Paper

  1. A cube construction has the largest volume among cuboids (rectangular boxes) with a given surface area (e.g., paper, cardboard, sheet metal, etc.).

Surface

  1. There is substantial visible mold growth inside hard surface (e.g., sheet metal) ducts or on other components of your heating and cooling system.

Thickness

  1. Cold rolling is most often used to decrease the thickness of plate and sheet metal.
  2. Wire gauge, a gauge for determining the diameter of wire or the thickness of sheet metal; also, a standard of size.
  3. The thickness of sheet metal and wire, etc.

Materials

  1. Structural panels can also have other materials, such as drywall, sheet metal, or finish lumber, laminated onto the OSB structural facings at the factory.
  2. He cut various shapes out of sheet metal and wire, and then reassembled those materials into a cubist construction.

Material

  1. Auto-stop brushes Suitable for cutting all types of sheet metal without deformation of the material and for punching plastics.
  2. Metal Flashing: Roof components made from sheet metal that are used to terminate the roofing membrane or material along roof edges.
  3. Gallon (liquid) 231 cubic inches of liquid Gauge Refers to the sheet metal gauge or thickness of metal in sheet form which varies by material.

Bent

  1. He won a lot of races, but outside of utilizing the bump and run at Bristol, won them very cleanly with a minimal amount of bent sheet metal.
  2. For example, in the formation of the housings for electronic equipment, sheet metal is bent along a first bend line within certain tolerances.
  3. The first Kryptonite lock model was made of sheet metal cut and bent to shape, but the company soon went to the circular cross section now universal.

Metal

  1. FOLDED SEAM - In sheet metal work, a joint between sheets of metal wherein the edges of the sheets are crimped together and folded flat.
  2. After stealing scraps of sheet metal, prisoners had sharpened the metal into crudely fashioned knives.
  3. Gauge Refers to the sheet metal gauge or thickness of metal in sheet form which varies by material.

Roof Valley

  1. Valley flashing - Sheet metal that lays in the "V" area of a roof valley.
  2. Valley flashing- Sheet metal that lays in the "V" area of a roof valley.

Roof Covering

  1. Cricket or saddle coverings shall be sheet metal or of the same material as the roof covering.

Shingles

  1. That is, in some instances it may be desirable to omit the shingles, sheet metal, tiles or the like overtop of the subject underlayment sheet 10.
  2. Temporary shingle - When the roof is dry, slide a 2-foot square of galvanized sheet metal under the row of shingles above the missing or damaged shingle.

Categories

  1. Flashing
  2. Nature > Systems > Components > Roof
  3. Chimney
  4. Matter > Liquids > Water > Valleys
  5. Nature > Matter > Materials > Metal

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