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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
ML5000 Global Industrial San Jamar Not Provided San Jamar Hot Mill Knit Glove, Heat Resistant, One Size Fits All - Ml5000
T1217 Global Industrial San Jamar Not Provided San Jamar Rotissi Glove, 17", Heat & Liquid Resistant
T1212 Global Industrial San Jamar Not Provided Rotissi Glove, 12", Heat & Liquid Resistant

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  • The Many Uses of Gloves
    . The Many Uses of Gloves. by Andy on August 4, 2010. Whether you’re looking for gloves to use in your ESD-protected workspace or for a new soldering project, you’ve come to the right place. But, do you know other everyday uses of gloves?. Cut-resistant gloves are used for sharp-edge handling, just
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    , continuous or monolithic TPE films are often selected, since they are not susceptible to surface contamination and other related problems observed with some microporous structures (see Table I). These monolithic films are much more resistant to abrasion and other mechanical challenges. In addition
  • Performance and Cost Advantages of Stud Welding
    The stud welding process is an extremely fast and dependable process for attaching abrasion resistant "hard facing" studs. The stud and a ceramic ferrule are held in proper position in the gun by the chuck and ferrule grip (A). Once the operator positions the stud to the work surface, they simply
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    ;s happening inside devices. � Chemical resistance. Chemical-resistant materials protect devices against cracking and leakage. � Processability. Materials should be easy to process, both in injection molding machines and secondary manufacturing operations such as bonding, welding
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    after 5000 mating cycles. All external body components are made from a lightweight USP Class VI plastic, which reduces overall connector weight by 60% compared to similar metal-shelled versions. Highly resistant to chemicals, the unit withstands operating temperatures up to 200 C and can tolerate
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    resistanceFair Hard, coated overlay for scratch resistance. Operation is not affected by deep scratches.Excellent Pure glass surface. Operation not affected by scratches in glass. Breakage-. resistant technology also available.Excellent Scratch resistant filter. Operation not affected by scratches
  • Temperature Limits for Drive Belts
    . Synthetic fleeces or natural wool are good choices. The outermost layer should be breathable and both wind and water resistant. Head and neck protection is a must since nearly 40% of body heat is lost here. Perspiration is the main enemy of feet. The best footwear will have sturdy outers, good treads
  • How to Survive a Shrinking Maintenance Budget
    . Synthetic fleeces or natural wool are good choices. The outermost layer should be breathable and both wind and water resistant. Head and neck protection is a must since nearly 40% of body heat is lost here. Perspiration is the main enemy of feet. The best footwear will have sturdy outers, good treads

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