spacer strip

spacer strip

[′spās·ər ‚strip]
(metallurgy)
A strip or bar of metal placed in the root of a weld joint, prepared for a groove weld, to serve as backing and maintain root opening during welding.
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plywood and screw them to a spacer strip that runs on top of the fence.
The parts are then shipped to him where they are inspected again and packaged into sets with the instructions and optional cypress spacer strips made in Star, Mississippi or Moultrie, Georgia.
Next, add spacer strips that match the thickness of the protruding edge of the face frames.
Manufactured by Calmac Manufacturing Corp., Heatmat[R] is constructed of 5/8-inch polyethylene tubes that are unified with rigid, plastic spacer strips. Heating properties can be factory adjusted for different applications by altering the tube center-to-center spacing on the plastic spacer strips.
Tack spacer strips of 1/4-in, plywood to the end cabinet and then add the end cap.
You secure channels (Photo 3A) around the inside of an opening, then install glass blocks separated by spacer strips. The unit is solidified by applying silicone caulk to joints on both sides.
Weave and attach the electrical cable, every 4 to 8 in., to the spacer strips secured to the floor.