lead wool

lead wool

[′led ′wu̇l]
(materials)
A coarse lead fiber used to caulk pipe joints.

lead wool

lead wool applied as caulking
A wool-like material of fine strands of lead; sometimes used as caulking in pipe joints.
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Tenders are invited for Lead Wool Or Yarn For Caulking As Per Is:782/1978 3Rd Rev.
The railings are best held into position with lead wool that is tightly compacted around the post and into the hole in the wall, to tightly grip the rail.
Or you can buy a few pounds from someone who reloads his own shells, or use lead wool from a plumbing supply shop (about $2.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Pig Lead & Lead Wool
Tenders are invited for Lead Wool Or Yarn For Chaulking As Per Is : 782/1978 3Rd Revision With Chemical Composition Confirming To Grade 99.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Lead Wool Or Lead Yarn For Caulking Lead.
Tenders are invited for Lead Wool On Yarn For Caulking To Is:782/1978
Tenders are invited for Lead Wool Yarn For Caulkng, To Is:782/1978
Tenders are invited for Supply of Lead Wool confirming to IS: 782 as per enclosed annexure.
Pipe Line), 4) Lead Wool, ISI Marked Approved Quality ( For Jointing Of C.
Also deposition balance material and the material taken out in PHED store and clearence of site, complete pipe place from new pipes from new pipes for replacing tightoning of joints at both ends where required for removal of leakages like lead and lead wool, ambari rope, nut bolts etc.