tie wire

tie wire

[′tī ‚wīr]
(electricity)
A short piece of wire used to tie an open-line wire to an insulator. Also known as tie.

tie wire

An annealed iron wire, used to tie steel reinforcing bars together in reinforcement, 1.
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Hollow blocks, concrete drainage pipe, cement, tie wire, nails, plywood, lumber, GI sheets, steel bars, door and circuit breaker were priced higher during the period.
District Court decision vacating Federal Highway Administration Buy America exemptions for miscellaneous steel components, the National Precast Concrete Association is urging members who fabricate precast structures for federally funded projects to evaluate use of tie wire, lifting devices and any other elements from foreign sources, and assume requests for documentation that all structure components are domestic.
Residents of both Dolores and Borongan will also receive "shelter fixing kits," each containing a tarpaulin, tie wire, 30meter rope and nails.
An investigating team had earlier identified a suspect, the location and mode of smuggling as narcotics pills were hidden inside tie wire used for construction, with plans to transport the wire into a neighboring country, the PSD media centre said.
Four tenders for the supply of (a) low voltage china clay insulator of 14 cms size, (b) implementing of a fire fighting system and construction of a ground floor store at 6th October warehouse, (c) supply of waxed fabrics for floors and roofs, also of transparent plastics and (d) supply of communication clamps of 150 x 150, 70 x 150 and 70 x 70 tie wire type.
Using steel stakes, EMT, rebar or tie wire to secure the conduit in the bank is no longer necessary.
It's nonself-supporting, and takes a lot of hand work and tie wire to get it into a solid enough state to support the gunite," says John Fitzgerald, senior project manager at South Shore Gunite Pool and Spa Inc.
Put together a repair kit that includes tools, spare belts, clamps, necessary fluids, jack, shovel, tire chains, a roll of tie wire and anything else you think you might need.
Often the connection is difficult to get at and even more difficult to secure with tie wire.