joint rod


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joint rod, joint rule

A piece of metal, usually 2 to 24 in. (approx. 5 to 60 cm) long and 4 in. (10 cm) wide with a 45° angle cut at one end, used to form and shape mitered plaster joints in cornice work.
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"This Joint ROD was in keeping with Executive Order 13807...
This proven design handles thrust loads encountered when pushing around sweeping bends, encrusted and collapsed pipes compared to loose joint rod designs, which can buckle in encrusted or collapsed pipes.
An API-style joint handles thrust loads encountered when pushing around sweeping bends and encrusted or collapsed pipes compared to loose joint rod designs, which can buckle in encrusted or collapsed pipes.
A torqued joint rod string lends itself to the ability to handle thrust loads encountered when pushing around sweeping bends, through encrusted lines, line collapses and long burst lengths.

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