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Unformatted text preview: ering works was, therefore, issued as a second revision in 1971. 0.6 In the course of use of this standard in the past five years based on the suggestions received, certain amendments were issued to this standard. This third revision also incorporates all those amendments. 0.7 For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the final value, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a measurement, shall be rounded off in accordance with IS : 2-1960t. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard. 1. SCOPE of 1.1 This standard ( Part XII ) covers the method of measurement plastering and pointing for buildings and other civil engineering works. 2. GENERAL RULES 2.1 Clubbing of Items-IItems may be clubbed together provided detailed drawings or specifications or both are prepared for such items and method of measurement is agreed to be on the basis stated in the standard. 2.2 Booking of Dimensions-In booking of dimensions, the order shall be consistent and generally in the sequence of length, breadth or width and height or depth or thickness. 2.3 Description of Items--Description of each item shall, unless .otherwise stated, be held to include, wherever necessary, conveyance; delivery; handling; unloading; storing; necessary scaffolding; protective cover; cleaning stains from floors, walls, return of packings, etc; and other incidental changes. 2.4 Dimensions-All work shall decimal system, as given below: a) Dimensions be measured shall be measured b) Areas shall be worked net as executed to the nearest 0.01 m, and out to the nearest 0’01 ma. *Method of measurement of building works ( mired ). *Rules for rounding off numerical values ( revised ). 4 in the IS: I200 (Parr XII ) - 1976 2.5 Bills of Qmntities - Items of work shall fully describe materials and workmanship and accurately represent the work to be executed. 2.6 Preparatory WorkPreparatory work, such as raking out joints, scarifying and cleaning, shall be included in the description of item unless otherwise specified. 3. PLASTERING 3.1 Plaster work shall be classified according to the material used and each classification shall be measured separately. The following particulars shall be given for each classification: 4 Mix of b) Number 4 Nature mortar; of surface treatment, 4 Nature of base; 4 Curved work, conical work, stating the radius; and f> Any special treatment of coats and thickness of each coat; spherical work and eliptical work of base. shall include arrises, internal ’ rounded angles, 3.1.1 Description external chamfers and/or rounded angles not exceeding 80 mm in girth. NOTE - For work exceeding 80 mm girth, scc 3.4. 3.1.2 In case of fibrous plaster, particulars of methods and of treatment of joints shall also be given. 3.1.3 Work in dubbing, if any. 3.2 Plastering repairs shall on roofs, ceilings be so described of application stating thickness...
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