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enumerated. 12.10.1 The manufactured perforated pipe
shall, however, be described and measured in
running metres. 13.2.2 Stays, if required, shall be stated.
13.3 Stanchions, Columns and Lamp Posts 12.11 Metal sheet in wall cladding etc shall be
described and measured in square metres.
Gauge and type of sheet (whether black or
galvanized), type of connection/adjustment
with the supporting structures by bolting,
welding or by any other arrangements shall be
stated. These shall be described and measured in
numbers specifying mass.
13.4 Grid flooring and grills shall be described
including size and mass of each piece and
measured in square metres on the basis of
13.5 Except as hereinbefore described, cast
ironwork shall be measured by mass and
classified under following headings.
a) Unmachined — such as brackets, frames,
gully traps, manhole covers, gratings, fire
doors, soot doors and frames; and balls
and stop cock boxes.
b) Machine turned — such as pulleys and
similar work. 13 CAST IRONWORK
13.1 Cast iron flue (or smoke) pipes shall be
measured overall in running metres and
described as including all short length, cutting
13.1.1 Method of jointing and fixing shall be
described, and diameter of pipes and mass per
standard length stated. 4 Bureau of Indian Standards
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