caulking material

caulking material
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Англо-русский словарь по ядерным испытаниям и горному делу. 2013.

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  • 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. The same term also refers to the application of flexible sealing compounds to close up crevices in buildings against… …   Wikipedia

  • caulking — Caulk Caulk, n. 1. See {Calk}. [1913 Webster] 2. a viscous semisolid material of varying composition used to fill in seams of objects which are exposed to water, such as wooden ships or bath tiles; called also {calk} and {caulking}. After… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Caulking —   A material used to seal areas of potential air leakage into or out of a building envelope.   ***   Material used to make an air tight seal by filling in cracks, such as those around windows and doors.   California Energy Comission. Dictionary… …   Energy terms

  • caulking — n. impermeable material used to fill cracks or seams or for sealing joints kɔːk v. make watertight, stop up leaks (in pipes, ships, etc.); put on calks (part on a horseshoe that prevents slipping) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Building material — For other kinds of building materials, see Hardware, Biology, and Star formation. Concrete and metal rebar used to build a floor Building material is any material which is used for a construction purpose. Many naturally occurring substances, such …   Wikipedia

  • Weather stripping or caulking —   Any of several kinds of crack filling material around any windows or doors to the outside used to reduce the passage of air and moisture around moveable parts of a door or window. Weather stripping is available in strips or rolls of metal,… …   Energy terms

  • breadfruit — /bred frooht /, n. 1. a large, round, starchy fruit borne by a tree, Artocarpus altilis, of the mulberry family, native to the Pacific islands, used, baked or roasted, for food. 2. the tree bearing this fruit. [1690 1700; BREAD + FRUIT] * * *… …   Universalium

  • Newport ship — The Newport ship is a 15th century sailing vessel discovered by archaeologists in June 2002 in the city of Newport, south Wales. The original length of the ship was around 80 feet (25 metres), and it would have been quite capable of continental… …   Wikipedia

  • Newport Ship — Coordinates: 51°35′18″N 2°59′37″W / 51.58833°N 2.99361°W / 51.58833; 2.99361 …   Wikipedia

  • windlestraw — noun Etymology: Middle English *windelstraw, from Old English windelstrēaw, from windel (akin to Middle English windel caulking material) + strēaw straw Date: before 12th century British a dry thin stalk of grass …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Penal labour — Female convicts chained together by their necks for work on a road. Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika c.1890 1927. Penal labour is a form of unfree labour in which prisoners perform work, typically manual labour. The work may be light or hard, depending… …   Wikipedia

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