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Title: How to build a small ferro-cement water tank: technical guide
Authors: Sadzik, P
Keywords: Water tanks
Ferro cement techniques
Plaster
Pipe
Spring water
Rain water
Issue Date: May-1988
Publisher: CSIR
Citation: Sadvik, P. 1988. How to build a small ferro-cement water tank: technical guide. CSIR. pp 1-22
Abstract: This guide will assist on how to build a small water tank which can be used to store spring water, rainwater or water pumped from a stream or dam. Small water tanks can be constructed from many different materials such as corrugated iron, bricks or masonry, or even steel plates or plastic. Ferro-cement techniques are relatively cheap, easy to learn and need only materials which are readily available in most areas.
Description: Copyright: 1988 CSIR. This guide was sponsored by SA Department of National Health and Population Development and Ingersoll-Rand co sa (PTY) Ltd
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3943
ISBN: 0798834315
Appears in Collections:Construction
Water resources and human health
General science, engineering & technology

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