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" The wire is to be drawn in continuous pieces of the weights given in the table. Each piece must be warranted not to contain any weld, joint, or splice whatever, either in the rod before it is drawn, or in the finished wire. (3... "
A treatise upon wire, its manufacture and uses, embracing comprehensive ... - Page 150
by J. Bucknall Smith - 1891 - 347 pages
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Telegraphy, by W.H. Preece and J. Sivewright

William Henry Preece (sir.), James Sivewright (sir.) - 1876
...(2) To be drawn in continuous pieces or lengths, of the weights given in the table. Each piece must be warranted not to contain any weld, joint, or splice...the rod before it is drawn, or in the finished wire. (3) After having been galvanised, the wire to be passed under and over three or more rollers or pulleys...
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Telegraphy, by W.H. Preece and J. Sivewright. 3rd [sic] ed

William Henry Preece (sir.), James Sivewright (sir.) - 1884
...(2) The wire is to be drawn in continuous pieces of the weights given in the table. Each piece must be warranted not to contain any weld, joint, or splice...the rod before it is drawn, or in the finished wire. (3) The wire is to be well galvanised, and this will be tested by an officer appointed by the Postmaster...
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A Handbook of Practical Telegraphy

Richard Spelman Culley - Cables, Submarine - 1885 - 442 pages
...table. (2) It is to be drawn in continuous pieces of the weights given in the table. Each piece must be warranted not to contain any weld, joint, or splice...the rod before it is drawn, or in the finished wire. (3) It is to be well galvanised, and tested by taking samples from any coil or coils and plunging them...
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The Application of Electricity to Railway Working

William Edward Langdon - Electric apparatus and appliances - 1897 - 331 pages
...strand employed to be composed of 3, 5, and 7 wires. Each Wire to be without weld, joint, or splice, either in the rod before it is drawn, or in the finished wire. ./i s rt o O O PQ 5* w K D to 1! BJB * ' w O O I 6 1 TABLET EXCHANGE BOOK. TABLETS TAKEN FROM...
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Page's Engineering Weekly, Volume 7

Engineering - 1905
...of the weights and diameters given in the annexed table. Each piece must be warranted to contain no weld, joint, or splice whatever, either in the rod before it is drawn, or in the finished wire. TEST FOR GALVANISING. The wire must be well galvanised with zinc spelter, and this shall be tested...
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