Surfaces Sample Clauses

Surfaces. Repair or in-kind replacement of interior surface treatment, such as floors, walls, ceilings, plaster and woodwork. If covering historic features, such as wood floors, then carpet or sheet goods (linoleum or vinyl) shall be installed in a reversible manner, either through tacking or with an underlayment so historic floors shall not be irreversibly damaged.
Surfaces. (1) Painting interior or exterior surfaces, when the new paint matches the existing or historic color. If the existing paint color is not desirable and the historic color is not known, the color should be in keeping with historic color schemes for nearby or similar structures. Damaged or deteriorated paint may be removed to the next sound layer by hand-scraping or hand-sanding. Use of abrasive methods, such as sandblasting, is not covered by this treatment.
Surfaces. Wipe clean and sanitise all surfaces and appliances, e.g. tables, benches, BBQ, oven Furniture: Put away all furniture in an organised manner (if applicable) Floors: Sweep, mop and/or vacuum after each booking. Vacuum to be emptied Fridge: Empty all items and clean any spillages in both fridge and freezer Toilets: Left in a clean and tidy state. Benches and floors need to be clear of all; paper towel, toilet paper, wrappers; human waste, etc. Heating/cooling: Turned off Oven/Bain Marie Wiped clean and turned off. Remove trays and return to Council if applicable PA System Turned off. Return microphone to Council if applicable Kitchen Appliances: Wiped clean and turned off Doors Internal and external doors are locked Alarm Arm and disarm as per instructions Booking times must be inclusive of cleaning time. Stains and damage must be reported to the Centre Coordinator after your booking. Additional costs may be incurred by the hirer for damage to the centre caused during a booking. Additional Charges In the event of hirer negligence, the following additional charges may apply: Exceeding booked hours Casual/ Business rate will apply per hour Replacement of key/swipe $150.00 (max) After Hours Officer call out fee $120.00 Fire Brigade attendance $1,000.00 (min) Extra cleaning (if applicable) POA* Damage to centre/furniture POA* *Price on Application. A Council officer/contractor will assess facilities after hire. Additional cleaning or repairs will only be completed by Council approved contractors. Council reserves the right to recover costs associated with any repairs. These charges are final and non-negotiable.
Surfaces. 1. Painting exterior surfaces, when new paint matches the existing or historic color. If the existing paint color is not desirable, the color used shall be in keeping with historic color schemes approved for the recreation residence tract and consistent with FSH 2709.11,41.23g, 3d.
Surfaces. All horizontal and vertical surfaces, including fixtures, will be free of dust, spots, streaks, and water marks on any surface. All fixtures, counters, ledges, edges, shelves, exposed pipes partitions, door frames, tops of file cabinets, etc. are to be dust free. Disinfection of surfaces and fixtures should be applied as required in bathrooms, locker rooms, breakrooms and kitchens. All metal fixtures should be polished as required to maintain bright appearance. Clean and Disinfect Walls, Doors, Partitions and Handrails: Thoroughly clean all walls (including switch and plug covers), doors (including entrance doors inside and outside), partitions and handrails. Water fountains are to be fully cleaned and disinfected as required. Employee desks are not to be cleaned due to security reasons. Upholstered Furniture is to be free of dust, debris, spots, and stains. There shall be no evidence of fuzzing caused by harsh rubbing or brushing. Glass/Mirrors/Windows: Clean all glass, mirrors, interior and external surfaces of lobby/entry glass, interior, and exterior surface of exterior doors, so it is free of dust, smudges, handprints, soil substances, streaks, window frames, window tracts, and spots. High Cleaning: All cubicle walls, overhead cabinets, file cabinets; tall desk storage cabinets are to be free of dust and spots. Clean Air Bars and Vents: Vacuum excess dust and dirt from air bars and vents.
Surfaces. To get the basal surface of this pyrophyllite crystal, the structure was cut through the (001) direction and the resulting unit cell was repeated along a and b vectors with factors of 4 and 2, respectively. The resulting cell has a surface area of 20.74 Å x 17.85 Å with the chemical formula [Si64][Al32]O160(OH)32. Based on the respective layer charges of muscovite and montmorillonite the following chemical compositions should be obtained in the cells. • Muscovite [Si48Al16][Al32]O160(OH)32Ka16 (Musc) • Tetr.-charge montmorillonite [Si58Al6][Al32]O160(OH)32Na6 (T-Mont) • Oct.-charge montmorillonite [Si64][Al26Mg6]O160(OH)32Na6 (O-Mont) • Mixed tetr.-oct.-charge montmorillonite [Si62Al2][Al28Mg4]O160(OH)32Na6 (TO-Mont) The recently developed Supercell program [52] was used to randomly assign substitutions in the TOT layers of pyrophyllite in order to generate several substitution arrangements corresponding to the chemical compositions mentioned above. For each of the 4 cases, the substituted TOT layer structures were sorted based on their electrostatic energy (calculated directly by Supercell program) and the three lowest energy structures were selected. Then these structures are repeated again along a and b vectors (surface area now is 41.48 Å x 35.70 Å) and combined together to provide a three TOT-layered structures. In the case of muscovite, two of the three interlayers were filled with potassium ions, and the third one is expanded to create a vacuum space (60 Å thick) in contact with the external surfaces on that will be filled by aqueous solution or a more complex fluid. For montmorillonite, two of the three interlayers were filled with sodium ions and a water content equivalent to one water monolayer. This is the most sable hydration state of sodium in montmorillonite according to previous experimental and simulation studies. The third interlayer is expanded as for muscovite to create a 60 Å thick vacuum space that will be filled by aqueous solution (Figure 9). Note that these four clay models will be used to study how the basal surface properties vary with the charge localization in the TOT layers, and also with the amount of this charge in the case of muscovite and tetrahedral-charge montmorillonite. Figure 9: Octahedral-charge montmorillonite (001) structure. (110) Surfaces The unit cell structure of pyrophyllite from Drits et al. [51] was cut along the (110) plane and repeated by factors of 4 and 2 along the b and c crystallographic vectors to gene...
Surfaces. Surfaces of curb ramps shall be stable, firm, slip-resistant, and otherwise shall comply with ADA Standards §§ 4.5 and 4.7.4.
Surfaces. We expect all personnel who work in your home to arrive with appropriate materials to cover the work area, protecting it from damage and catching the dust or scraps from the work being performed. Similarly, all personnel should clean up the work area, removing whatever materials or tools they brought in. Repair personnel will routinely check the work area for any existing damage to surfaces. They will document any scratches, chips, or other cosmetic damage prior to beginning repairs to avoid any later disagreement about how and when such damage occurred.
Surfaces. Artists shall not be required to dance on concrete or marble floors. Neither shall Artists be required to rehearse or perform on any other surface which is unsafe or may be the cause of an injury to an Artist. The Stage Manager and the Equity Deputy will consult with the Engager or the Engager's representative (if available) if it appears that the performing surface is unsafe or may be the cause of an injury to an Artist. The Stage Manager, Deputy, and Engager's representative and a dancer chosen by the dancers to represent them, if dance is involved, shall consult with Equity to determine whether or not the rehearsal or performance can take place in a safe manner. In an emergency where a representative of Equity cannot be reached, this determination may be made without consultation with Equity provided that Equity is informed of the situation as soon as possible. The Engager and Equity agree to consult with each other if it appears a raked stage is unsafe or may cause injury to an Artist in order to arrive at a decision to protect the physical safety of the Artists involved. For the purposes of this Clause an unsafe rake shall be considered to be one that exceeds an incline of one (1) inch per ten (10) inches. Prior to the construction of any raked stage where the incline will be greater than one