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Old Posted Feb 23, 2012, 1:45 AM
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Need help on my School Assignment.

hi i am new here. currently we are doing a school assignment and we need some info on the followings:

1) we are doing a glass glazing atrium area, we are using spider glazing.
Where do i get info on these spider glazing glass system? eg, history, which method is the best or which method shoud i use and aslo installation method and details etc. are all these info confidential in any way?

2) water proofing for basement car park. Any link i can get these info?

i have tried googled for the above, but not much of useful info....

hope some experts and pro can advise me on these.
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Old Posted Feb 23, 2012, 5:58 AM
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Spider glazing? Not sure what that is.

For underslab and basement waterproofing, try WR Grace Pre-prufe or Hydroduct or there's also Miradrain. It depends on alot of factors though.
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Spider glazing? Not sure what that is.

For underslab and basement waterproofing, try WR Grace Pre-prufe or Hydroduct or there's also Miradrain. It depends on alot of factors though.
u have any links? weblinks?
any good informative site where alot of construction info are shared?
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Old Posted Feb 23, 2012, 3:45 PM
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Just use a different glazing. 'Nobody' other than skyscraper enthusiasts will see the difference (especially teachers). Unless he/she's a strict engineering teacher.
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Old Posted Feb 23, 2012, 3:47 PM
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The most I could contribute to you is this pic of the (SGS) Spider Glazing System. It looks just like Steel Mullions.

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u have any links? weblinks?
any good informative site where alot of construction info are shared?
Go to www.graceconstruction.com. That's a good place to start.

Based on the glass picture posted, it looks like something that Pilkington makes.

http://www.pilkington.com/north-amer...sh/default.htm

Try those. You should be able to download details.
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