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What does MF stand for?
MF stands for MasterFormat (construction specifications)
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The directory includes an alphabetical listing of manufacturers; half-page manufacturer ads (listed by materials such as concrete, masonry, metals, openings, finishes, furnishings, plumbing, electrical, electronic safety and security, earthwork, transportation, and communications) and photos and product details such as features, benefits, performance capabilities, and other products offered; a cross-reference guide for types of materials; and indexes of products, manufacturers, trade names, and MasterFormat classifications.
In the following chapters, the research will discuss in more detail information transfer standard possibilities for the construction industry, In construction, MasterFormat (CSI 1995) is widely used as an information classification system (ICS), but is not applicable to construction product management.
All products can be searched by CSI's MasterFormat number, keyword, and manufacturer name.
Another important and eagerly anticipated change is a new printing option to produce specifications numbered and titled according to the Construction Specifications Institute's MasterFormat (TM) 95, which CSI replaced in 2004.
Categories, which follow CDI MasterFormat, include general requirements such as modification procedures and quality control, sitework, concrete, masonry, metals, wood, plastics, thermal and moisture protection, doors and windows, finishes, specialties such as fireplaces and storage shelving, equipment, including home theaters and service kitchens, furnishings, conveying systems, mechanical features, electrical units and special construction such as for ice rinks and nuclear reactors.
When CSI announced its intent to revisit the MasterFormat two years ago, the focus was on addressing new computer and communications technologies.
In October 1999, BICSI submitted a proposal to the CSI Technical Committee concerning Division 17 implementation in the 2002 edition of the MasterFormat.