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Re: GSBN:Re Thermal Properties of Straw Bale Walls
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- Subject: Re: GSBN:Re Thermal Properties of Straw Bale Walls
- From: "John Glassford" jacksflat@...
- Date: Fri, 25 May 2007 12:11:27 +1000
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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:
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.glassford.com.au/Custom_meredith.htm">http://www.glassford.com.au/Custom_meredith.htm</a>
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.
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