Products/Services for Timber Lagging

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    Retaining Walls - (93 companies)
    Retaining walls are used to retain earth, prevent erosion, and create level surfaces in sloping areas.
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    Pulley and Roller Lagging - (21 companies)
    Pulley and Roller Lagging Information. Pulley and roller lagging is the process of covering the surface of rollers or pulleys to increase traction, prevent premature wear, improve alignment between the roller/pulley and a belt, and extend...
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    Soundproofing and Acoustic Materials - (426 companies)
    Sound proofing and acoustic materials are used to attenuate, deaden, or control sound and noise levels from machinery and other sources for environmental amelioration and regulatory compliance.
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    Lumber and Sawmill Equipment - (81 companies)
    Lumber and sawmill equipment is designed for the lumber industry and used in sawmills, timber, and forestry applications. Lumber and sawmill equipment is used in sawmill, timber, and forestry applications. Sawmill equipment includes tools...
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    Lumber and Engineered Wood - (617 companies)
    Lumber and engineered wood are materials derived from trees and include timber, lumber, veneer, wood pulp, wood flour, pellets and chips. There are two basic types of timber: hardwoods and softwoods. Hardwood trees have leaves, uneven branching...
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    Thermowells - (258 companies)
    ...among these are: Stem length. Bore diameter. Temperature and viscosity of the media into which the thermowell will be seated. Lagging extensions through which the sensor will have to pass. Stem length is defined as the length from bore to the end...
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    Beams, Joists, and Wall Studs - (212 companies)
    ...are fitted, wall plates are installed. In residential construction, these rafters, beams and joists are mounted and then fitted with firings, lengths of timber that are cut from corner to corner to form very long triangles.
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    Spikes - (21 companies)
    ...applications. A railroad spike has an L-shaped head and a square shank with a wedge-shaped tip. A standard cut spike can be driven through planking or heavy timber, and can be used for deck or bridge work. A stake is made of wood or metal and sharpened...
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    Connector Plates - (30 companies)
    Connector plates have integral teeth, are manufactured to various sizes and thicknesses, and are designed to laterally transmit loads in wood. They are also known as nail plates, truss plates, metal connector plates, and foundation wall angles.
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    Chisels - (88 companies)
    ...to a butt chisel with a longer and more flexible blade. Registered chisels -- square sides instead of beveled and used more frequently in timber framing instead of woodworking. Japanese bench chisels -- similar to Western beveled edged bench chisels...
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