Imperial Units generally means standard old U.S. units as compared to
metric units. Your client probably does not want imported metric bricks.
Thomas Hunt, S.E.
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Roselund, SE" To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
net> Subject: Imperial Units
A client's specifications require the design of the project to be in
Is this a system of measurement? What are its length/weight/force units?
This is a project that involves brickwork, and I seem to recall that there
was a manufacturer of bricks that had bricks of a special size and shape
that were called imperial bricks -- I suppose these specs could be
referring to brick units. But the existing bricks are commons, and the
context seems to give imperial a meaning that is more probably related to
a system of measurement.
South San Gabriel, CA
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