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types of lock washers: Lock washers are available in two basic types: spring action or split washers and tooth washers.

Split lock washers are helical-shaped split rings.

Internal use lock washers have teeth made to bite into the nut/screw head and surface it contacts.

Water–cement ratios of 0.40 to 0.60 are more typically used. For higher-strength concrete, lower ratios are used, along with a plasticizer to increase flowability. Too much water will result in segregation of the sand and aggregate components from the cement paste.

Hempcrete is a bio-aggregate concrete, where the hemp shives - small pieces of wood from the stalk of the plant - are mixed with either a lime or mud cement to create a durable, eco-friendly building material.

Standard distance between fence posts: Choosing the right material and correct Fence Post Spacing is as important as selecting the proper fence style. Although selecting ideal spacing for the post can significantly reduce the cost of fencing. It is essential to have an appropriate combination of brace and line posts are a necessary component for a fence’s durability and longevity. Once, you have selected the right material and post type, it time to decide the spacing. So, How far apart should Fence Posts Be?

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