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Analysis & Rates
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 5/25/2010 - 7040 View(s) - 29 Comment(s)
The capacity of doing work by an artisan or skilled labour in the form of quantity of work per day is known as the task work or out turn of the labour. The out-turn of work per artisan varies to some extent according to the nature, size, height, situation, location, etc. In well organized work less labour is required. The following may be taken as the approximate quantity of work or out turn or task for an average artisan per day.
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Checklist for Painting Work
Checklist for Painting Work
By: Priti Arora - On 9/27/2010 - 4543 View(s) - 2 Comment(s)
Before you start paint work, make sure that the surface is clean of dust, grease and other foreign matter. Decide on superior quality and adequate quantity of paint and mix contents of paint properly to get consistency in paint work. This write up tells some useful tips to get consistency in paint work.
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Surface Preparation and Painting Tips
Surface Preparation and Painting Tips
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 9/27/2010 - 3269 View(s) -  Comment(s)
Paint is any liquid, liquefiable or mastic composition which after application to a substrate in a thin layer is converted to solid form.paint is used to protect ,decorate or add functionality to an object.
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Brick Work
Brick Work
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 5/26/2010 - 16502 View(s) - 10 Comment(s)
Brick work is an important part of construction work done with the help of bricks and cement mortar. It is done with different quality of bricks with different ratios of cement mortar according to the requirement.
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Preliminary Works during Ground Work
Preliminary Works during Ground Work
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 5/25/2010 - 3677 View(s) - 2 Comment(s)
Entire area should be cleared of all roots, bushes, vegetation etc. for a smooth construction works.
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Common Mistakes in Electrical Work
By: Priti Arora - On 1/28/2010 - 682 View(s) -  Comment(s)
Electrical mistakes are common in each and every house that may be dangerous for residents. When you are designing your dream home it may be that you are not aware about the electrical mistakes and its effects. Here are discussed some common electrical problems that can be harmful for residents.
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Designing a Foundation
Designing a Foundation
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 5/25/2010 - 29776 View(s) - 38 Comment(s)
Foundation is the part of structure below plinth level and needs special care while designing. Whole design of the foundation, super structure and characteristics of the ground should be studied to obtain economy in construction work.
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Specification of `Bricks Walls`
Specification of 'Bricks Walls'
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 5/26/2010 - 23816 View(s) - 10 Comment(s)
Strong brick walls are a symbol of strong building. Whole construction process somewhere depends on it. So here is a brief detail of what you need to keep in mind while brick wall construction is going on.
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Guidelines for Plumbing/Sewerage Pipe Works
Guidelines for Plumbing/Sewerage Pipe Works
By: Priti Arora - On 6/12/2009 - 4321 View(s) - 2 Comment(s)
A clean and germ free home is where you live fresh and healthy for long. For a healthy and germ free environment in home we need good knowledge or expert plumber who can set pipe work in a way that it helps in a good way but knowing these tips will help you make sure that the work is being done properly.
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Purchasing Guidelines for Timber
Purchasing Guidelines for Timber
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 5/25/2010 - 20891 View(s) - 40 Comment(s)
Timber should be of first grade and be free from decay, fungal growth, boxed heart, pitch pocket or streaks on the split
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Healthy Home as per Vastu
Healthy Home as per Vastu
By: Priti Arora - On 9/28/2010 - 12295 View(s) - 5 Comment(s)
Good health is above the wealth. That’s because you cannot truly be a wealthy person if you do not have a sound health. In todays environment, staying healthy and fit is vitally important.
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What is the standard thickness of glass for glass windows?
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 9/18/2008 - 1479 View(s) -  Comment(s)
The standard thickness of glass
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What is the standard size of internal Plastic/PVC doors?
By: Amit Hasija - On 2/25/2009 - 1265 View(s) -  Comment(s)
Size, Thickness and Weight of Internal Plastic Doors.......
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What is the standard size of internal Aluminium doors?
By: gulshan bareja - On 2/8/2008 - 1245 View(s) -  Comment(s)
Standard size of Internal Aluminum Doors...
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Centering and Shuttering / Form Work
Centering and Shuttering / Form Work
By: Gunjan Utraja - On 5/25/2010 - 12916 View(s) - 23 Comment(s)
Shuttering or Form work is most important part of any construction project. Steel, Wood or other likewise material is us
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rate analysis of shttering work as per indian standards code Computer Desks
Computer Desks
By: Priti Arora - On 9/29/2010 - 8704 View(s) -  Comment(s)
Computer desks enhance the look of a home and an office. A desk preserves our computers properly. So it’s essential to know the right type and buy one that best suits your needs and style of your office.
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What is the recommended temperature and the rate of flow for the supply of hot water(storage type of installation) to various fixture?
 - On 7/3/2007 - 1548 View(s) -  Comment(s)
To minimize the danger of blistering, risk of steam formation etc. Storage temperature of 60 degree C is recommended. This may be increased up to 65 degree C when soft water is used and the storage capacity is limited.
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What steps are recommended for painting an existing building?
By: Priti Arora - On 7/24/2009 - 911 View(s) -  Comment(s)
It may be necessary to prepare your walls painting if they are worse and solid to remove the natural household layers those can be, especially in the kitchens and the rooms adjoining the kitchen . Remove dust, stains and grease by using a household detergent and warm water. Rinse well.
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Specification of Water
By: Priti Arora - On 2/13/2009 - 2570 View(s) -  Comment(s)
Clean and clear water is quite suitable for construction work.
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Raw Materials and Scaffolding for ‘Plastering’
By: Maninder - On 2/23/2008 - 1225 View(s) - 1 Comment(s)
Raw material and scaffolding are backbone of 'Plastering' and provide necessary support in construction.
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