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Re: GSBN:Re Thermal Properties of Straw Bale Walls



Good idea Bill and in effect that what happens but with good
preparation of each bale and good bales in the first place this is not
such a problem gaps that is.  Also the pre-compression using all
thread as per Steens or the hybrid method seen here is the way to go:

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The rods on each side of the wall every 1.8 metres work a treat and
are much easer and stronger than any other method that I have used
including fencing wire, gripples and straps of all types.

Just my two bobs worth mate.

Kind regards
El Lupo
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