wire tie

tie wire

An annealed iron wire, used to tie steel reinforcing bars together in reinforcement, 1.
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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.
We've fixed this problem by running a wire tie through the two latches.
Each baler was also specified with an automated wire tie system.
L&P Wire Tie Systems says its Model 330 system, long marketed under the U.
disconnect finger, wire tie tool, pruning equipment, bulb changers, wire brush cleaner, fuse removers, etc.
Use a wire tie to hold the lines out of the way of the fan.
Heilind's product offering includes PV connectors, combiner boxes, fuses, fuse holders, PV wire, grounding solutions, solar labels, tooling and many wire management devices, including SS wire ties, UV-resistant Nylon wire ties, module wire clips, bundle devices, edge-mount clips, cord grips or glands, and much more.
Max rebar tying tools run a variety of wire ties including TW1525 regular steel wire, TW1525-EG electro galvanized wire, TW1525-PC polyester coated wire, TW897A regular steel wire, TW897A-PC polyester coated wire, and TW897A-EG electric galvanized steel wire.
This product requires no tools, and accurately aligns the rebar and is nearly twice as strong as traditional wire ties.
They promise that their range will feature easy-toopen packaging, with no wire ties or screws.
Tesco admitted the Carousel products were intended to compete directly with leading brands and claimed one particular innovation--packaging that uses no wire ties or screws--would be a hit with parents.