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English translation: Reinforcing wire or fibre

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Dutch term or phrase:binddraad 11gr/m2
English translation:Reinforcing wire or fibre
Entered by: Dave Greatrix
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01:43 Sep 5, 2001
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Dutch term or phrase: binddraad 11gr/m2
characteristic of a foam
Shilpa Dawda
India
Local time: 12:54
Reinforcing wire or fibre
Explanation:
or maybe "Wire mesh". Sangeeta, has this to do with foam construction.

It's an educated guess, but becauase of the weight to area ratio, it sounds as though the "binddraad" is an additive to foam. Probably 11 gm. of cut fibre or wire per m2. This would be mixed with the foam to provide a reinforcement. See ref below: eg. "(4)Expanded Silica or Perlite."
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Dave Greatrix
United Kingdom
Local time: 07:24
Grading comment
yes, david. it is something to do with the characteristics that the foam of a particular dimension must satisfy. the Binddraad component has been identified as mentioned.

thanks a ton. :)
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Summary of answers provided
na +1Reinforcing wire or fibre
Dave Greatrix
nalight-weight thread 11 gr/m2
Marijke Mayer
na -1binding wireSerge L


  

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37 mins peer agreement (net): -1
binding wire


Explanation:
see link

Eurodicautom gives "baling wire" as well.

HTH,

Serge L.


    Reference: http://www.hildebrandt.de/DeutscheSite/wissenswertes/wissens...
Serge L
Local time: 08:24
PRO pts in pair: 261

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
disagree  Boudewijn van Milligen: what's the relation with the foam? And why the surface density?
14 mins
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2 hrs
light-weight thread 11 gr/m2


Explanation:
In view of the weight of this 'wire', I feel it would would be best to just use 'thread', as binding wire would be too heavy to use in connection with the foam. Unless. of course, they mean tying the various pads together for transportation or something like that.

http://www.phoenixtextiles.com/carole/?read=1668
How to sew a Chair or Bench Chair Pad
... side of pad back; place pad front over foam, right side up, matching raw edges of ... SEWING
TIP—Hand wind fusible thread in the bobbin and stitch the bias ...
www.sewing.org/project/chair_pad.html


Marijke Mayer
Netherlands
Local time: 08:24
Native speaker of: Dutch
PRO pts in pair: 525
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9 hrs peer agreement (net): +1
Reinforcing wire or fibre


Explanation:
or maybe "Wire mesh". Sangeeta, has this to do with foam construction.

It's an educated guess, but becauase of the weight to area ratio, it sounds as though the "binddraad" is an additive to foam. Probably 11 gm. of cut fibre or wire per m2. This would be mixed with the foam to provide a reinforcement. See ref below: eg. "(4)Expanded Silica or Perlite."


    Reference: http://www.insulation.org/pages/specs_sm_materials.html
Dave Greatrix
United Kingdom
Local time: 07:24
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 1747
Grading comment
yes, david. it is something to do with the characteristics that the foam of a particular dimension must satisfy. the Binddraad component has been identified as mentioned.

thanks a ton. :)

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Boudewijn van Milligen: This sounds quite plausible.
14 hrs
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