Galvanized Insulation Support Wire Sharp Edge
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- Model NO.: W-1507
- Cross Sectional Shape: Round
- Type: Flat Wire
- Surface Treatment: Electro Galvanized
- Status: Hard State
- Wire Gauge: 13#,14#
- Wire Thickness: 0.086" To0 .088"
- Trademark: MWN
- Origin: China
- Material: Carbon Steel Spring Wire
- Application: Construction Wire Mesh, Protecting Mesh, Barbecue Wire Mesh, Insulation Support Wire
- Wide in Width: 16",24"
- Metal Wire Drawing: Cold Drawing
- Thickness: Metal Thick Wire
- Wire Length: 12",16",20",24",26"
- Packing: 100PCS/Box,500PCS/Box
- Specification: 16", 24"
- HS Code: 73262090
Insulation support wire are cut strips of wire used to keep insulation in place. Simply place the Supports between the wooden floor joists and the 45º angle tip will dig into the wood, securing itself and your insulation. All of our Insulation Supports are cut from 13 gauge or 14 gauge carbon steel spring wire for optimum flexibility and strength.
The specification of the wire as below:
|Material||carbon steel spring wire|
|Wire thickness||0.086" to 0.088"|
How to use the insulation support wire?
To start, gather the tools and materials you will need. These include 10 or 12 mil polyethylene sheeting, pieces of wood or furring strips, several large rocks or boards, the proper amount of fiber glass insulation, a knife to cut the insulation, nails and a hammer. To begin:
1. Cover the ground with the polyethylene sheeting, overlapping joints by 12" or more. Then use the rocks or boards to hold the material in place. This will prevent ground moisture from entering the space, rising to the flooring above and causing mold or wood rot.
2 Next, if the crawlspace walls have any vents, close them so insulation can be placed over them. Seal them if necessary.
3 Measure the distance from the top of the band joist down the wall extending two feet out along the ground. Multiply by the wall perimeter to get the number of square feet of insulation you'll need.
4 Cut the strips of insulation to the appropriate length.
5 Fasten each strip to insulate the band joist at the top of the wall by nailing a furring strip over the insulation. It will now hang down the wall and extend two feet onto the floor resembling an L shape.