wire tie

tie wire

An annealed iron wire, used to tie steel reinforcing bars together in reinforcement, 1.
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Two-mode operation provides single or continuous wire tie actuation for fast and efficient tying.
Specimen Q-5 is similar to Specimen Q-2; however, one wire tie is used instead of the precast concrete tie beam, as shown in Figure 1(d).
One of the items on the auction block was a Case stationary wire tie baler in working order.
Disney Partyfizz, a pounds 1.99 fizzy fruit juice drink in a champagne-shaped bottle with gold foil, wire tie and distinctive cork, looks just like the adult version.
He says this helps to lessen the expansion of the bale and wire tie failures.
The receptacle half has an integral loop for securing the connectors to the support structure using a wire tie. Interlocking dovetails allow housings to be locked together to form a two-position connector.
Product engineers cite among leading TwinTier attributes: faster tying speed, which further increases productivity; a reduction in wire consumption, I adding to cost savings for end users; and, a wire tie that is shorter in height, thereby requiring less concrete cover.
Each baler was also specified with an automated wire tie system.
We've fixed this problem by running a wire tie through the two latches.
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Use a wire tie to hold the lines out of the way of the fan.