tie wire

tie wire

[′tī ‚wīr]
(electricity)
A short piece of wire used to tie an open-line wire to an insulator. Also known as tie.

tie wire

An annealed iron wire, used to tie steel reinforcing bars together in reinforcement, 1.
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The tool kits included a claw hammer, hand saw, nails and tie wire and the women gathered local bush materials to rebuild their houses.
'Hollow blocks, concrete drainage pipe, cement, tie wire, nails, plywood, lumber, GI sheets, steel bars, door and circuit breaker were priced higher during the period.
Coating Craft paper Tissue paper Yarn Feathers Coroplast--corrugated plastic--6MM Wings/Tail 18 feet of 8-gauge copper wire Solder Acid-based flux tie wire 2 yards of silk 2 sets of sink repair kits Eye Mechanism 2 sets of plastic vessel heads, nesting sizes 3 feet of plastic tubing 3 feet of fishing line--woven nylon 2 extension springs--4" Miscellaneous Materials/Adhesives Approx.
District Court decision vacating Federal Highway Administration Buy America exemptions for miscellaneous steel components, the National Precast Concrete Association is urging members who fabricate precast structures for federally funded projects to evaluate use of tie wire, lifting devices and any other elements from foreign sources, and assume requests for documentation that all structure components are domestic.
PSD officers monitored the truck carrying the tie wire, later forcing the suspect to stop the truck and, while searching the vehicle, officials found the tie wire with the concealed narcotics.
Four tenders for the supply of (a) low voltage china clay insulator of 14 cms size, (b) implementing of a fire fighting system and construction of a ground floor store at 6th October warehouse, (c) supply of waxed fabrics for floors and roofs, also of transparent plastics and (d) supply of communication clamps of 150 x 150, 70 x 150 and 70 x 70 tie wire type.
soft galvanized tie wire. End adjoining sheets should be lapped 2" and lap should occur over a support.
One group went with Tim to "tie wire" on the roof of another house.
Using steel stakes, EMT, rebar or tie wire to secure the conduit in the bank is no longer necessary.
apart over the plastic and connect the intersections with tie wire. Divide the slab down the middle with a 2x4 nailed to 1x3 stakes.