T-joint


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T-joint

n
(Building) a right-angled joint, esp one in wood, making the shape of the letter T
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The T-joint can replace the elbow joints of house water pipes and the water pressure runs the device like a dynamo, with current flowing through an abutting electrical wire.
Featured on the 2018 Hyundai Genesis G80 and Kia Stinger sedans, this turbocharger outlet T-joint is injection molded from Zytel XT, a new 35%-glass, heat-stabilized nylon 66 which was developed for long-term retention of properties at up to 220 C/428 F by DuPont (now, DowDupont; dow-dupont.
The firm also offers secondary services, including vulcanized t-joint fabrication and comer molding.
This is where joinery shines: the T-joint, where a fixed shelf meets the sides of a cabinet (Photos 1-3).
In other words, the spool included six circumferential welds connecting the pipe with both flanges and T-joint as well as an elbow with both T-joint and flange.
The KWSB officials informed the meeting that a new water pipeline was being laid and a T-joint was also placed.
Base material and 3 recommended filler wires are subjected to T-joint weld cracking test.
Take T for example; it turns up in T-shirt, T-bone, T-joint, T-strap, T square, T-bar and T-maze.
In addition, a fuel delivery unit from Impco that modulates the flow of fuel from the source to the engine consists of a regulator, two fuel lock-off valves, T-joint assembly with main jets for natural gas and LPG, and a 40 in.
He had us trying to cut out some kind of T-joint, no doubt the simplest task he could think up.