Definition of Premolded
1. premold [v] - See also: premold
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Literary usage of Premolded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Construction of Roads and Pavements by Thomas Radford Agg (1920)
"TESTS OF premolded JOINT FILLERS The bituminous material before manufacture into premolded joint fillers should be subjected to the tests as for poured ..."
2. The Construction of Roads and Pavements by Thomas Radford Agg (1920)
"TESTS OP premolded JOINT FILLERS The bituminous material before manufacture into premolded joint fillers should be subjected to the tests as for poured ..."
3. Handbook for Highway Engineers: Containing Information Ordinarily Used in by Wilson Gardner Harger, Edmund Arnold Bonney (1919)
"premolded Asphalt Joint as Laid The joint problem affords an unlimited field for a variance of opinions. Few engineers are satisfied with any of the ..."
4. The Good Roads Year Book by American Highway Association (1916)
"New York specifies either poured joints or premolded joints, ... Ohio requires premolded strips containing not less than 35 per cent of asphalt; ..."
5. Railway Estimates, Design, Quantities and Costs by Fred Lavis (1917)
"The premolded type is generally indicated where the tops of the piles are to remain exposed above ground. The following are some recorded costs of concrete ..."
6. Highway Inspectors' Handbook by Prévost Hubbard (1919)
"The premolded fillers, sometimes called expansion joints, are bituminous strips of suitable width and thickness. They may be of the same composition as the ..."
7. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
""premolded, air-cured" concrete is much to be desired over that "cast enmasse-in-situ." AA KLEIN. Methods and equipment in the manufacture of hydrated lime. ..."