Pneumatically Impacted Stabilized Earth - How is Pneumatically Impacted Stabilized Earth abbreviated?
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Walls covered with or made from fiber-cement, vinyl, or metal siding; certified lumber; pneumatically impacted stabilized earth
(PISE); or stucco
Builder David Easton has developed a technique called PISE (Pneumatically impacted stabilized earth
) which allows builders to use soil from the site to build the house.
It's called the PISE (pronounced pee-SAY) technique, an acronym for "pneumatically impacted stabilized earth
" borrowed from the French phrase, pise de terre (meaning "brick and earth").
His method, called pneumatically impacted stabilized earth
(PISE), starts with the same rammed-earth mix of soil, cement, and water, but uses a Gunite machine to spray the mix against single-wall forms and grids of rebar rising from the foundation.