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PET

abbreviation for POTENTIALLY EXEMPT TRANSFER.
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1 PET bottles has been a carpet and cushion fabric plant in Summerville, Ga.
In this article we will report on the result of an examination of the fatigue behavior of PET fibers having a relatively high molecular weight and different carboxyl end groups, when spin-drawn and heat treated under conditions similar to those used in the cord-dipping process, which is essential in tire cord production.
One of the three is a Spanish injection molder that uses industrial scrap from five- and seven-layer barrier packaging film (containing PET, EVA, and LDPE) plus PET bottle flake to extrude monofilament for brush bristles.
PET trimming should be assigned to well-trained workers.
Since clear PET shows off the paint color, it is expected to enhance appeal and boost sales.
Eastman makes a reactive additive, Eastolite E303192AA, that increases the melt strength of PET to help facilitate foaming.
In this application, the PET compound yielded part dimensions equivalent to those of PBT molded in the same tool.
They sell their unfit food for high profits, and, at the same time, begin and foster the destruction of the health and the very lives of the pets you treasure.
McGargle, "Feeding such waste products to pets increases their chances of getting degenerative diseases and cancer.