PISE

(redirected from Pneumatically Impacted Stabilized Earth)
AcronymDefinition
PISEProduction Integrated Systems Engineering
PISEPneumatically Impacted Stabilized Earth (construction method)
PISEPlasma and Ion Surface Engineering
PISEProgramme d'Investissement du Secteur de l'Education (French: Investment Program of the Education Sector; Mali)
PISEProfessional Issues in Software Engineering
PISEPartnership to Improve Science Education (Connecticut)
PISEParent Involvement Schools of Excellence
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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.