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Don't worry about the Indonesian, I can do that, beton can also mean post, bar, or pole in Indonesian. Might not be in a modern language dictionary. Might be a different spelling. My guess is Ester, but I am interested in an leads from Dutch speakers on this suspected loan word.
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Explanation: beton = concrete in Indonesian.
"Essyr" is not a word (Dutch or Indonesian) with which I am familiar. Is Essyr a place, maybe?
Or could this have to do with ESIJ?
In construction there is the formula ESij = maximum (EFi)
It could have to do with a ESIJ product made by Epoxy Systems...
"Fabrication of ESIJ Product #63 may be accomplished through a heat-weldingmethod on the job-site to make alterations or fabrications, etc., to meet the job requirements.Care must be taken in that the finished joint is not exposed to direct flame, thus protectingthe material properties.USES: Bridge Decks, Water Tanks, Chemical Storage Areas, Stadiums, and most virtical,horizontal, or overhead concrete or steel joints 3/8 inch or larger that require a long lasting,positive water-tight Joint"
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