Durability

The ability of the block or reinforcement to withstand long-term environmental degradation.
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Durability

The wearing quality of a finish
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Durability

Du`ra·bil'i·ty noun [ Latin durabilitas .] The state or quality of being durable; the power of uninterrupted or long continuance in any condition; the power of resisting agents or influences which tend to cause changes, decay, or dissolution; lastingness. « A Gothic cathedral raises ideas o...
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Durability

• (n.) The state or quality of being durable; the power of uninterrupted or long continuance in any condition; the power of resisting agents or influences which tend to cause changes, decay, or dissolution; lastingness.
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durability

(from the article `surface coating`) Exterior durability—that is, the durability of protection from exterior exposure provided to substrates—is usually considered to be a special ...
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durability

durability Permanence by virtue of the power to resist stress or force; capable of lasting for a long time.
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Durability

The ability of concrete to resist weathering action, chemical attack, and abrasion.
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Durability

(F durability, R longevitate) The quality of maintaining satisfactory aesthetic, economic, and functional performance for the useful life of the structure
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durability

1. The natural resistance of timber to biodeterioration due to fungi, insects and mechanical break down caused by weathering, checking and splitting. 2. In building, the efficacy of details in preserving or protecting the fabric of the building from decay or deterioration
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Durability

The ability of concrete to remain unchanged while in service; resistance to weathering action, chemical attack, and abrasion.
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durability

the ability of an item to perform a required function under given conditions of use and maintenance, until a limiting state is reached NOTE - A limiting state of an item may be characterized by the end of the useful life, unsuitability for any economic or technological reasons or other relevant factors.
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DURABILITY

The ability of paint to last or hold up well against the destructive agents such as weather, sunlight, detergents, air pollution, abrasion or marring.
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DURABILITY

The ability of paint to last or hold up well against the destructive agents such as weather, sunlight, detergents, air pollution, abrasion or marring.
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Durability

The wearing quality of a finish
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Durability

Durability is the ability to endure. It can refer to: In safety and technology: ...
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Durability

[database systems] In database systems, durability is the ACID property which guarantees that transactions that have committed will survive permanently. For example, if a flight booking reports that a seat has successfully been booked, then the seat will remain booked even if the system crashes. Durability can be achieved by flushing the tr...
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Durability

The combined characteristics of hardness, toughness andstability in gemstones. One of the deciding factors in gemstonevalue.
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Durability

The measure of the ability of dimension stone to endure and to maintain its essential and distinctive characteristics of strength, resistance to decay and moisture, and appearance.
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Durability

The measure of the ability of natural building stone to endure and to maintain its essential and distinctive characteristics of strength, resistance to decay, and appearance, with relation to a specific manner, purpose, and environment of use.
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Durability

The ability of a fabric to resist wear through continual use.
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Durability

The ability of paint to last or hold up well against the destructive agents such as weather, sunligh
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Durability

Refers to the durability of timber, which is how long a sample of timber is expected to last in it’s untreated form. There are five durability classes which range from ‘non-durable’ upto ‘very durable. You can read more in our timber durability guide here.
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