A roofers' term where the back side of a roofing material is mopped, then the piece is turned over and set in place.
Hot bitumen applied with a mechanical applicator or by hand in ways varying from strips to circular areas.
The application of bitumen by mopping in such a manner that the surface being mopped is entirely coated with a reasonably uniform coating.
The procedure of applying hot bitumen in a random fashion of small daubs, as compared to full mopping.
A special application of installing insulation to the decks. It is done by dipping a roof mop into hot bitumen and sprinkling the material onto the deck.
The application of bitumen in parallel bands.
(1) A tract of low, soft, watery swamp ground. (2) Expression that means a difficult, troublesome or perplexing state of affairs.
A time period during which a certain activity is not allowed.
A rounded hill or point of land.
The standard for drill press sockets or tapered shank drills. Movement is prevented between the tapered socket and the tapered shank of the drill, inserted into it, due to the snug fit. The drill is securely held by the taper but quick change is possible.