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Asphalt

A cementous material, solid or semisolid, made primarily of bitumens which occur in nature. Can also be created by refining petroleum. Used as a roofing sealant or paving surface.

Brass Pipe

Any pipe constructed from any copper alloy containing zinc as its principal alloying element. Often used in plumbing where rust is a factor. (67% to 85% copper, rest zinc; higher copper is better the grade)

Butt Hinge

A door or window hinge consisting of two rectangular metal plates which are joined with a pin, fastened to butting surface such as the face of a jamb or edge of a door.

A door or window hinge consisting of two rectangular metal plates which are joined with a pin, fastened to butting surface such as the face of a jamb or edge of a door.

Caulk

A resilient mastic compound used to seal cracks and fill joints in order to prevent leakage, provide waterproofing, noise mitigation, and thermal insulation.

Concrete Masonry Units (CMU)

A block or brick cast of portland cement and suitable aggregate with or without admixtures; Grade N is suitable for exterior walls, below- or aboveground work; Grade S is limited to above grade, exterior walls with a protective coating. Types are based on moisture content and potential shrinkage.

Concrete Pavers

A solid concrete brick used to create a paved surface. Used with or without grout. Posses low absorpotion and high compressive strength in order to resist freeze/thaw cycles and heavy traffic.

Copper Pipe

A pipe constructed of a lustrous metal that is highly ductile, malleable, and resistant to corrosion; very expensive. Used for supply of hot and cold tap water, refrigerant line in HVAC systems.

Filter Fabric

A geotextile material, designed to allow water to pass through while retaining fine particulate matter. Common uses for silt fences, underground drains, and behind retaining walls.

Carriage Bolt Assembly

Assembly of a nut, bolt, and a washer.
 
 

Assembly of a nut, bolt, and a washer.



Cement Nail

Nail coated with cement to increase its holding power
 
 

Nail coated with cement to increase its holding power



Eye Bolt

A bolt having a head in the form of a loop. Commonly used for hanging applications.
 
 
 

A bolt having a head in the form of a loop. Commonly used for hanging applications.




L-Shaped Bolt Anchor Assembly

A steel bolt in the shape of an L - usually fixed within a structure at construction with the threaded portion out. Used to secure frameworks, timber, or machinery bases, etc. Can also be used in exterior posts to attache a metal post to a concret...

A steel bolt in the shape of an L - usually fixed within a structure at construction with the threaded portion out. Used to secure frameworks, timber, or machinery bases, etc. Can also be used in exterior posts to attache a metal post to a concrete footing.



Lag Screw / Lag Bolt

A bolt having a hex head and course pitched thread. Used for connecting wood members where both ends of the bolt are not accessible.
 
 
 

A bolt having a hex head and course pitched thread. Used for connecting wood members where both ends of the bolt are not accessible.




Lag Bolt and Expansion Sheild

A lag bolt anchoring device that, when combined, swells as the bolt is tightened through an expandable slot. Used in masonry walls for attaching timber.
 
 

A lag bolt anchoring device that, when combined, swells as the bolt is tightened through an expandable slot. Used in masonry walls for attaching timber.



Lag Bolt with Lead Shield

A lag bolt used in combination with an anchor that has a lead sleeve surrounding it. The sleeve expands as the bolt is tightened.
 
 

A lag bolt used in combination with an anchor that has a lead sleeve surrounding it. The sleeve expands as the bolt is tightened.



Lewis Bolt

A bolt with a wedge shaped end inserted into a hole then fastened inside by pouring melted lead or concrete into the hole.

Machine Bolt

A threaded bolt having a straight shank and conventional head. Requires the use of a nut and two wrenches.
 
 

A threaded bolt having a straight shank and conventional head. Requires the use of a nut and two wrenches.