Indiana Limestone Architectural Stone

Publications

ILI is pleased to provide these online publications for downloading free of charge. It is the responsibility of the inquirer to evaluate the proper application of the data and information to specific building or other construction projects, or to employ competent and qualified personnel to do so. ILI disclaims any liability or responsibility for any errors, oversights or omissions in the use of any of this material or the reliance thereon. Users are invited to call 812-275-4426, or e-mail ILI for further information (todd@iliai.com) or to offer comments that might be useful for future publications. Meanwhile, simply fill out the form below, check the publication(s) you want and click "Submit." They should then download in PDF form to your computer.

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How to Avoid Small Area Stains and Blemishes
General comments on stains and small area blemishes, and how to avoid them by design and construction procedures. How to remove some stain and blemish agents.

ILI Handbook
New 22nd Edition ILI Handbook now available!
The primary tool for use by Architects and Engineers in designing Indiana Limestone as cut stone. Includes details, specifications, treatment recommendations, anchor types and styles, wind load, tolerance and other charts and graphs.

Repair Booklet
A step-by-step guide for Masons and Contractors in repairing minor damage and chips to Indiana Limestone.

Variations on a Theme

A guide to Indiana Limestone standard products including strip ashlars and "sill stock."

The Finishing Touch
A how-to and ideas book for Architects, Contractors and Masons for using Indiana Limestone trim and standard products. Includes useful tips on storing and handling cold weather masonry, mortars, etc.

Contractors Handbook
A how-to book for Contractors and Masons. It contains much of the same material as the Indiana Limestone Handbook, without the design criteria. It is written with the Contractor's points of interest in mind.

"HOW-TO" Jobsite Folder
A checklist for Contractors, Masons and Erectors to help them receive, unload, store, and handle Indiana Limestone.


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