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Granted, the first of these shows unusual slab sections; a 6" slab with heating pipes centered, for a condition with finished space below (insulation and a plastered ceiling), and a slab on grade consisting of 3" of concrete with heating pipes roughly centered and resting on welded wire reinforcement in the slab---on top of three inches of insulation, on top of 5 1/2" of broken rock.
The second sheet includes details of a "screen at doors," consisting of a 3/8" x 6" metal plate let into a 2 x 10 wood mullion and secured with steel dowels . . .