What is the difference between a ‘cement’ and a ‘coating’?
Let’s look at the terms and definitions.
‘Cement’A concrete building product that contains cement as a cementing agent.
A concrete building that has a steel frame is called a ‘metallic cement’.
A ‘coated’ building product contains a layer of an inert, non-curing metal (usually copper) that protects the metal in a way that is similar to a coating.
A coating is not a ‘metal’ but a coating made from non-metal substances such as glass.
A ‘cemented’ building is made up of both a steel and a non-metallic material.
‘Tile’A term for any type of non-plastic, nonhydrogenated polymeric material.
Tile is made from the silica of sand and clay and is a material that can be applied to buildings or walls.
The term refers to the process by which a tile is applied.
Tile does not have a concrete or metal component.
‘Milwaukee’ is a city in western Wisconsin.
‘Perennials’ are the older term for tile roofs.
‘Eating-house’ is the older, generic term for a home that uses tile for its exterior and interior.
The older term refers specifically to the use of tile for the roof.
‘Bulk’ refers to a container that can hold large amounts of materials and does not include a tile.
‘Painted’ refers only to the interior, exterior, and exterior of a building.
‘Mulberry’ is an orange, often used in a gardening and lawn care market.
‘Fence’ is often used to describe a building that includes fencing.
‘Stone’ is generally a hard, nonmetallic stone, such as granite or limestone.
‘Walls’ refers specifically a building structure that is a part of a wall and is not comprised of a concrete foundation or concrete.
‘Window’ refers primarily to the exterior of an apartment building.
A window can be any type or shape.
‘Shingles’ are contagious, often in a respiratory or skin disease, that can cause an infection.
‘Vinegar’ is any material that is used as a cooking oil, condiment, condiments, or any other food.
‘Water’ is water that has been mixed with a food product to make it more palatable.
‘Sand’ is sand that has already been mixed and is used to form the surface of a tile or brick wall.
‘Plaster’ is non-magnetic or has a nonmetal, nonbonding, or nonwoven texture.
‘Tape’ is plastic or metal tape that is glued to the outside of a brick or tile wall.
In the United States, ‘glass’ is considered a ‘plaster’ because of its use in buildings.
‘Haul’ is to transport materials from a place of production to a place where they can be used.
‘Building’ is used in the United Kingdom to refer to a building or structures, but is also used elsewhere in the world.
‘Lamp’ is anything that emits light.
‘Sunshade’ is protective clothing or material that prevents the light from shining into a building during the day.
‘Lighting’ refers the ability of a material to absorb or reflect light, depending on its chemical composition and its surface properties.
‘Refrigerator’ is one of the most common products that are used in refrigeration systems.
‘Thermal’ is temperature.
‘Cooler’ is something that is cool and doesn’t need to be heated up.
‘Gas’ refers directly to an energy source, such a gasoline engine, natural gas, or electricity.
‘Heat’ refers an energy that can either be applied directly to a structure or be converted to heat.
‘Air’ refers not to a liquid but to an electrical current.
‘Glass’ is most often used for windows and other exterior features that have not yet been finished.
‘Door’ refers any door or opening in a building, and is often an open or closed door, whether it is a front door or a back door.
‘Exterior’ is usually the exterior surface of the building or structure, although it can be a window, window panes, door panels, or other exterior surface.
‘Inside’ is where a building is located, but can include any part of the structure, such an attic, basement, or a roof.