So, to ensure your project ultimately benefits from this built-in performance, you can now generate a supporting specification to accompany your completed design. You will have already seen that there are several specification options available to you at the end of the design process.
What can be specified?
How has the performance been achieved?
Specification content is aimed at providing the most effective protection of the performance built-in to your completed design and so including as many of the "What" and "How" components above increases the specification strength accordingly.
The recommendations on specification selection that follow are provided to allow you as a designer to reduce the risk of losing the performance achieved in your design assessment and the time you may need to spend assessing alternative proposals typically based on product comparisons.
Available specification options have been color coded here and in the Tensar software specification selection window.
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|Recommended minimum level specification format|
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