leaded joint

leaded joint

A plumbing joint that is sealed by pouring hot lead around it.
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The TGM plan mechanism orientation functions are determinated by [alpha] and [beta] angles of the kinematic chain elements that have A and B leaded joints (Fig.
Even with the microstructure difference, all the joints were acceptable as compared to standard leaded joints (Figure 4, online).
The town's water main, also begun in 1930, was built of 4-inch ductile iron, with leaded joints and 5/8-inch galvanized service lines.