insulating tape


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insulating tape

[′in·sə‚lād·iŋ ‚tāp]
(materials)
Tape impregnated with insulating material, and usually adhesive; used to cover joints in insulated wires or cables. Also known as electrical tape.
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Fit it around the pipe and seal the closed joints with insulating tape.
Her hands had been bound with cable ties and her mouth was gagged with a kitchen cloth and insulating tape. A forensic scientist told the court DNA matching Tobin's profile was found on the tape used to gag her.
A kitchen cloth was stuffed in the side of her mouth and yellow insulating tape was wound around her mouth and head so tightly that her face was badly distorted.
And in the poll to discover the stupidest accidents people have had, Tesco found a DIY enthusiast who bit through the insulating tape and copper wires with the TV still on and a dozy worker who was left with a broken nose after walking into a newly-cleaned glass wall.
If anyone reading this knows anyone who has recently aquired a Vibe CBR12 with 700watt sub, amp and insulating tape over the front corners where it rubbed on my speakers, it belongs to me.
The letters do not give details of the inquiry but it is believed some parents alleged their children had strips of black insulating tape with the word "Sshhh" written on them put over their mouths.
Her body had been dumped through a hatch in the chapel floorboards next to the confessional box, with her hands bound and her mouth gagged with a kitchen cloth and insulating tape.
Fellow forensic scientist Martin Fairley, 45, told the court of examining a gag made of yellow insulating tape wound tightly round Angelika's head after a possible print was found.
Never mend it with insulating tape. Never join two pieces of cable yourself."
The insulating tape on the handle is taped all the way round, therefore it is not live," the widower told the court.
When Gardai raided his ranch-style house near Dundalk they found an underground bunker, walkie-talkies, a radio scanner, disposable paper body suits, black insulating tape and a small bore tubing similar to that used in explosives.

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