Mesh Wire Netting Industry Co., Limited
Model No.: W-1507
Material: Steel Wire
Cross Sectional Shape: Oval
Application: Construction Wire Mesh, Protecting Mesh
Surface Treatment: Black
Metal Wire Drawing: Cold Drawing
Status: Hard State
Thickness: Metal Thick Wire
Galvanized Technique: Hot Dipped Galvanized
Wire Material: Carbon Steel Spring Wire
Wire Length: 12",16",17",20",24",26"
Wire Thickness: 0.086" To 0.088"
Packing: 100pcs,200pcs,500pcs Per Box
Packaging: pallet or wooden carton
Productivity: 20 tons per month
Place of Origin: Hebei,China
Supply Ability: 30 tons per month
HS Code: 7326209000
65Mn carbon steel Insulation Support Wire
65 material support wire/65Mn support wire/Insulation Support Wire installation
When installing batts or rolls of insulation below a floor or in a ceiling above, using insulation supports is a good idea. The standard suggestion is 36 inches apart. The wire supports should be fastened across the batt of insulation and tightly attached to the support beams.
· Cut to support a 16 inch on-center floor joist spacing with a 45° point to grab and hold when released
· 13 gauge Carbon Steel Spring Wire
· Manufactured and packaged in the USA
· Easy to install in hard to reach crawl spaces
· Keeps insulation securely in place
· Wear gloves and safety glasses to install
· Install supports 12-in to 16-in apart
How to insulate a crawlspace?
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.
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.
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