Article published in The Engineers Journal in which Ray Brennan advises on the considerations that engineers should take into account when specifying a sealant for a construction project.
What are buildings made of? Glass, concrete, brick, stone,
metal and wood obviously spring to mind. Sealants are often
an afterthought. Yet these are crucial elements in any
successful building project. In the restoration of the Great Palmhouse at the
National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin, for instance, some 28,000 metres of
sealants were used to link the metal, glass, and painted teak that constituted
this wonderful structure......
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