tee head

T-head

1. In precast framing, a segment of girder crossing the top of an interior column.
2. The top of a shore formed with a braced horizontal member which projects on two sides, forming a T-shaped assembly.
3. In plumbing, same as curb cock.
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Mechanical joint bolts or tee head bolts are manufactured in accordance with AWWA specification ANSI/AWWA C111/A21.11 A-84.
I then snipped off the stem of the tee just below the funnel-like head section, heated the straight-end tip of the wire over a stove flame for a few seconds, then pushed it (melted, actually) through the funnel-like hollow in the tee head. I then slid the impaled tee head to a point mid-way on the dart shaft, heated the loop end a couple of seconds, then pulled that end up into the tee head where it melted into the plastic to lock the two together.