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" If the sewer be constructed of brickwork, a good joint will be obtained by introducing a separate socket of stone-ware to receive the house-drain pipe, and formed with a flange at the other end to surround and cover the opening in the sewer, which can... "
Rudimentary Treatise on the Drainage of Towns & Buildings ... - Página 171
por George Drysdale Dempsey - 1854 - 212 páginas
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The Rudiments of the Art of Building: Represented in Five Sections. The ...

Edward Dobson - 1853 - 180 páginas
...cover the opening in the sewer, which can then be made good with a ring of cement carefullly applied. Means of access to house-drains are always desirable in arranging the details of the apparatus. PAINTS. 293. Before you commence to paint a building, all holes, lail heads, and indentations should...
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The Rudiments of Architecture and Building: For the Use of Architects ...

John Bullock - 1855 - 468 páginas
...cover the opening in the sewer, which can then be made good with a ring of cement carefully applied. Means of access to house-drains are always desirable in arranging the details of the apparatus. PAINTS. 293. Before you commence to paint a building, all holes, nail heads, and indentations should...
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Rudimentary Treatise on the Drainage of Towns and Buildings ...

George Drysdale Dempsey - 1865 - 257 páginas
...house-drains, and those being slightly tapered or conical in form will be readily jointed with a little of the best blue lias cement or other of equal quality....will be much facilitated. If any angular turns are formed in the direction of the drains, it will be worth while to consider the practicability of fitting...
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The Rudiments of Architecture and Building: For the Use of Architects ...

John Bullock - 1865 - 468 páginas
...cover the opening in the sewer, which can then be made good with a ring of cement carefully applied. Means of access to house-drains are always desirable in arranging the details of the apparatus. PAINTS. 293. Before you commence to paint a building, all holes, nail heads, and indentations should...
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Rudimentary treatise on the drainage of towns and buildings

George Drysdale Dempsey - 1867 - 245 páginas
...receive the horse-drain pipe, and formed with a flange at the other end to surround and cover trie opening in the sewer, which can then be made good...will be much facilitated. If any angular turns are formed in the direction of the drains, it will be worth while to consider the practicability of fitting...
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