Measurement of the bonding strength of the roofing membrane is the amount of force needed to peel the bonded roofing membrane from its substrate, in addition to the overall strength of the roof covering.
Small diameter cylinder, of wood or other material, which is used to connect two or more pieces of something by being fit into a hole in each. These are often called dowels when used to strengthen joints or connect pieces. Pegs can be used to hold objects when half of the peg is left protruding.
Oil finish, which protects the wood without an exterior coating, by sinking into the wood surface and hardening. The oil darkens the wood, increasing the grain contrast and appears to be a hand rubbed finish, without the labor.
Nail size that is often noted by the letter "d" after the number. One theory on the origin of this term is that the cost of certain size nails cost a number of pennies per hundred. Therefore, a nail size that costs ten pennies per hundred would be a ten penny nail.