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WATERTIGHT DOORS
ROOF WATERTIGHT
WALLS
VALLEYS
STRONG
DRY LAND
WORK
PROCESS
TERMINATION
SUIT
HELMET
ROOFS
WATER
ORDER
HERMETIC
CAULKING
SEAMS
FLASHINGS
WATERTIGHT
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Watertight"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Watertight Doors

  1. The lift comprises two large watertight tanks, each capable of holding two full length narrowboats, with watertight doors at either end.

Roof Watertight

  1. Often, repairing the flashings or providing new flashings is all that is needed to make the roof watertight again.

Walls

  1. Base Flashing forms the upturned edges of the watertight membrane at curbs and walls. (Web site)

Valleys

  1. Open valleys are easier to install and maintain, and are generally more watertight than closed valleys.
  2. Water shield: A watertight barrier used to seal water out at the eaves and rakes, in valleys, and around chimneys and skylights.
  3. Valleys require special care to ensure their watertight integrity. (Web site)

Strong

  1. The resulting pottery is hard, strong and watertight, and it can be made into objects much thinner in body than can ordinary clay pottery. (Web site)
  2. The selvedge edge is designed to create a strong, watertight seal along the edges where rolls overlap.

Dry Land

  1. Reptilian skin is covered in a horny epidermis, making it watertight and enabling reptiles to live on dry land, in contrast to amphibians. (Web site)

Work

  1. Singer has also implicitly argued that a watertight defense of utilitarianism is not crucial to his work.

Process

  1. Dry-In: (1) The process of installing the underlayment in steep slope roofing; (2) Making a low-slope roof watertight.

Termination

  1. The termination of expansion joint covers at roof edges, or parapet walls, should be checked to ensure that the transition plane is watertight.

Suit

  1. The suit was watertight and thus safer than earlier types of diving dress. (Web site)

Helmet

  1. As the helmet was sealed to the diving suit, it was watertight, unlike the previous "open" helmet systems.

Roofs

  1. The Contractor is responsible for maintaining the roofs in a watertight condition during the roof removal and replacement process.

Water

  1. And since this is water you are dealing with, it would be a good idea to inspect everything and make sure that everything is watertight and well protected. (Web site)
  2. Water runs right off of sloped roofs, but flat ones must maintain a watertight seal to prevent leaking.
  3. CAISSON (1) A watertight structure within which construction work is carried on under water.

Order

  1. Due to its higher porosity, earthenware must usually be glazed in order to be watertight.

Hermetic

  1. It is an important point that information security is, inherently and necessarily, neither hermetic nor watertight nor perfectible.

Caulking

  1. A sealant 42, such as caulking, may be added at the bend to help form a watertight seal. (Web site)

Seams

  1. Install work with laps, joints, and seams that will be permanently watertight and weatherproof. (Web site)

Flashings

  1. Tie-Off: A watertight seal used to terminate roof membranes at system adjuncts, terminations, flashings, or substrates.
  2. Flashings - Components that make a watertight seal between the field of a roof and walls or penetrations.
  3. All seams, flashings and penetrations were carefully sealed to render the roof watertight.

Watertight

  1. Caulking is a process used to seal the seams in wooden boats or ships, and riveted iron or steel ships, in order to make them watertight.
  2. They were used for caulking the seams of decks and sides of a wooden ship in order to make them watertight. (Web site)
  3. All flashings shall be installed permanently and concurrently with the roof membrane in order to maintain a watertight condition as the work progresses.

Categories

  1. Flashings
  2. Seams
  3. Caulking
  4. Hermetic
  5. Important Point
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