The installation of the wooden structure of the shrine's grid of Aba al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him)..

After the completion of transferring the parts and pieces of the shrine's new grid of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him), following the completion of the dismantling of the old grid in addition to the setting the foundations for the new grid as well as the completion of the restoration of the floor of the holy sanctuary by covering it with a rare marble, the works of the installation of the wooden structure of the new grid began.
The installation works are conducted under the supervision and implementation of carpentry Division of the Department of Engineering Maintenance in the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine according to the plan drawn up by the supervisory committee, the same division that had the privilege of manufacturing this structure and all other wooden parts of the grid. Noting that its mounting works were done meticulously in the factory of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine for the manufacture of the shrines' grids, and all the manufactured parts were given a code and were installed after the calculation of special measurements in terms of weights and heights of angles and others. The structure sides are based on 14 iron bases of stainless steel, four of which are based on main corner pillars while the side columns are based on the remaining tens linking the side knotworks.
The used wood was the the teak Burmese, which was imported from India and which is characterized by several features, including the resistance to various environmental conditions of moisture and others, the resistance of heavy weights and it is not exposed to insects such as termites or others. The raw wood was formed and cut according to the dimensions of the structure using special machines that were configured for this purpose under the supervision of the technical staff, cutting and working on it according to the required measurements, and the thickness, durability and accuracy of this structure are larger than the old structure.
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