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Parts by Number for Leather Fabric Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
C1200L Global Industrial MSA Safety Works Not Provided Split Cowhide Leather Palm Glove, C1200l, Large, Grey W/ Red Striped Fabric
78-3927KW/M Global Industrial Pip Industries Not Provided Pip Pigskin Leather Palm W/Thinsulate ™ Lining, Striped Fabric, M
62551 Global Industrial Eldon Office Products Not Provided Rolodextm Patterned Fabric And Faux Leather Business Card Book
1000 Global Industrial Regency Seating Not Provided Imperial High Back Leather & Fabric Swivel
TR-VFIP4-CB/EN ASAP Semiconductor SIMPLISM Not Provided Flip - Leather, Fabric

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  • Classical Multiple V-Belts
    In addition to the flat leather and fabric belts used in belt drives of the early 1900s, industry used hemp or wire rope running in grooved pulleys. These rope systems inspired development of the rubber V-belt, which first appeared in the 1920s. V-belts make use of a wedging action between belt
  • Medical Device Link .
    ; Flexible cyanoacrylatesTwo flexible cyanoacrylate adhesives are suitable for applications that must withstand vibration, impact, and fatigue loads. The adhesives work on flexible, porous, or absorbent substrates such as tubing, O-rings, rubber, paper, leather, and fabric. Both products
  • Flat Belts
    Flat rubber belts were developed around the turn of the century primarily as replacements for leather belts. With the advent of V-belts, fewer machines were designed to use flat belts, and their production became largely a matter of supplying replacement parts. Recent developments in flat-belt
  • Flat Power Transmission Belting
    . Belting Covers. 1. Textile fabrics - Offer a protective covering on non-used belt surfaces, or a low friction surface for easy transport over stationary support plates, as well as for reducing the chance of product damage when used on the conveying surface. 2. Leather - Offers sufficient grip
  • Thermo Scientific Horizon Fog Testing System
    with fresh paint, adhesives or other building materials and that “new car. • Outgassing. smell” are all composed of VOCs. • DIN 75201. The term “fogging” primarily refers to the evaporated volatile organic compounds of vinyl (PVC), textiles or. • ISO 6452/2000. leather condensing onto glass
  • Laser Cutting Polymeric Plastics
    at the higher powered Nd:YAG laser. Consequently, a CO2 laser with a. power as low as 500 W may be sufficient to cut materials such as glass, plastic,. ceramics, rubber, paper, cardboard, fabrics, wood, leather. - All polymers can be cut by means of a combination of three processes: fusion,. vaporization