Ponding definition

Ponding means the accumulation of surface water in an area not having drainage therefrom where the lack of drainage is caused by the Placing or Dumping of Fill or the alteration of the Grade.
Ponding means the accumulation of surface water in an area not having drainage therefrom where the lack of drainage is caused by the placing or dumping of fill or other site alteration;
Ponding means the presence of free liquid over an area of 4 square feet or more, visible 2 hours after application of the septage. An example of a 4 square foot area would be an area 4 feet by 1 foot.

Examples of Ponding in a sentence

  • Ponding may shorten the life expectancy and performance of the new roofing system.

  • Ponding conditions may not be evident until the original roofing system is removed.

  • Ponding: Maintain 100 percent coverage of water over floor slab areas, continuously for 4 days.

  • Ponding can be an indication of structural distress and may require the review of a professional structural engineer.

  • Treatment of Ponding Water Areas: Contractor shall make every effort to mechanically eliminate all ponding water areas on the roof prior to application of products ("ponding water" is defined as water which does not properly drain and remains for more than 48 hours after precipitation stops).


More Definitions of Ponding

Ponding means the accumulation of surface water in an area not having adequate drainage therefrom where the lack of drainage is caused by the site alteration.
Ponding means the accumulation of surface water in an area not having drainage there from which the lack of drainage could have been caused by the placing or dumping of fill, altering of grade or removing of fill;
Ponding means a condition where water fails to drain from walking surfaces.
Ponding means the accumulation of surface water in an area not having Drainage there from which the lack of Drainage could have been caused by the Placing or Dumping of Fill, altering of Grade or removing of Fill;
Ponding means puddles of water pooling on the Travelled Lane and Shoulder.