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Category : Building Technology Guide

Building technology and construction guide provides information on building and construction materials for different types of construction works.

5 Exceptional Features of Notre Dame De Paris

Notre Dame de Paris, translated to Our lady of Paris, is one of the greatest marvels of French Gothic architecture much like the Eiffel tower in Paris. Its construction began around AD 1163 and reached fruition in AD ...

Grades of Ordinary Portland Cement Based on IS Codes

Ordinary Portland Cement(OPC) is the most widely used cement in the construction world. It is the basic ingredient for producing concrete, mortar, stucco, and non-specialty grouts. Ordinary Portland Cement is graded based on its strength. The grade indicates ...

Recessed Lights– Features and Advantages

A recessed light or downlight is a metal light fixture that is installed above the ceiling line. The light is fixed into a hollow opening in the ceiling, which gives an appearance of light shining out from a ...

Ballast – Functions and Types

Ballast is a granular material which is placed and packed below and around the railway sleepers. Different types of ballast materials used are broken stone, sand, gravel, moorum, brickbats etc. The main purpose of ballast is to transmit ...

Mortar Admixtures – Types, Uses and Benefits in Masonry Construction

Mortar admixtures typically offer properties such as waterproofing, water-repellency, efflorescence control, air entrainment using plasticizers to enhance workability, accelerating and retarding setting times etc. These mortar admixtures are used for ratios 1:3 or leaner mixes for use in ...