4611 material used in filling and or for covering

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4.6.1.1 Material used in filling and or for covering shall be fully des- cribed and measured separately in running metres. 4.6.1.2 Where sheet of copper, brass, aluminium or of any other material is used, it shall be fully described and measured in running metres, 4.6.2 Damp-proof course in concrete shall be described and measured in square metres stating thickness. Item shall include formwork and fair finish to edges and also levelling and preparing of brickwork or stone masonry to receive damp-proof course. Horizontal and vertical damp- proof courses shall each be measured separately. 4.&.3 Watt,p,ol!ri".~ Concrete 4.6.3.1 Waterproofing material used for waterproofing or concrete shall be described stating quantity of material to be used and measured separately in litres or kilograms. 4.&.3.2 Surface treatment of concrete shall be measured in square metre. stating number of coals or dressings and proportion of waterproofing material to water. 4.6.4 Gunitira; - Guniting shall be fully described and finished surface measured in square metres. ..... 5 Paek I Pr,sm" Groutin, 4.6.5.1 Grout Hoi,s - The length of grout holes drilled either for pack grouting or pressure grouting through concrete shall be measured in running metres. Grout holes drilled through plate steel liners shall. however, be enumerated separately. ~.6.5.2 Grout Pi/JIs and Fittings - Grout pipes and fittings provided for grouting shall be measured in kilograms and weight of all pipes and fittinp shall be derived either by actual weighment or from known weights and lengths. 4.6.53 W.", P",SU" T,sti", - Measurement for water prellure teltiDc thall, where necesaary, be made aeparately for each hole aDd enumerated. 12
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IS : 1200 ( Part 0 ) • 1974 4.6.5.4 Measur ement for grouting shall be made on basis of the weight of cement in grout actually forced into holes. Stone dust and .other additions, if used, shall be measured separately In loose dry state before mixing and shall be measured by boxes of approved size and desizn. 4.6.6 (;,oullng Stanchion Bases - Cement grouting undci plates of stan- chien or precast concrete column or stet" I grillages shall be measured in square metres and its mix stated. 4.6.7 Iloldi1l,g Doiun Bolts - Grouting in of holding down bolts and the temporal ~ boxings ot wedges to form holes for the same shall be enume- rated. Depth and height of the hole and mix shall be slated and grouting included in description. 4.6.8 Cutting in Concret« 4.6.8.1 Work involving cutting, or sinking into existing' concrete shall be classified as follows: a) Grooves, chases and hke shall be' measured in 1 unning metres stating gil th; and b) I Joles, 11101 tires and openings shall be measured per centimetre of depth of cutting and shall be classified as follows 1) Up to 250 <"In! in area, and 2) Exceeding 250 em' and up to and including 0'1 m~ area.
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