T-iron


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tee iron

1. A flat T-shaped piece of heavy sheet metal having predrilled, countersunk holes; screwed to a joint in wood construction in order to provide reinforcement.
2. A section of steel T-beam.
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Next, bend a 4" T-iron and fasten it with three 3/4" screws to the underside of the baseboard.
The Modaraba plans to acquire re-rolling mill on Ijarah (operating lease) for a minimum period of ten years for manufacturing and sale of T-Iron. The proceeds from the IPO were to be utilized primarily for meeting raw material and other operational requirements.
Besides, a foundation up to DPC level with iron bars and concrete with 9 brick walls up to height of 12 foot, iron girders, T-iron and brick tiles have been used in roof construction.
Besides, a foundation up to DPC level with iron bars and concrete with 9" brick walls up to height of 12 foot, iron girders, T-iron and brick tiles have been used in roof construction.