Fastening Sample Clauses

Fastening. .1 Position items of finished carpentry work accurately, level, plumb, true and fasten or anchor securely, .2 Design and select fasteners to suit size and nature of components being joined. Use proprietary devices as recommended by manufacturer, .3 Replace items of finish carpentry with damage to wood surfaces including hammer and other bruises.
Fastening. Interior panels and trim shall be attached so that there are no exposed, unfinished, rough edges or rough surfaces. Panels and fasteners shall not be easily removable by passengers. Interior trim fasteners, where required, shall be rivets or cross-recessed head screws.
Fastening of copper clad spandrel panels to framing shall be designed to allow movement without visual buckling or distortion.
Fastening. College must not use any foreign material (i.e., any pin, nail, etc.) to fasten Exhibit for any Exhibition purpose.

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