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AKO UK have launched their new ATEX Pinch Valve for use in potentially explosive environments, with sizes ranging from 15mm to 250mm.
AKO UK has launched its new ATEX Pinch Valve for use in potentially explosive environments, with sizes ranging from 15 to 250mm.
Also, the chain mill wear can lead to gaps in the mill, which result in pinch points.
Some dancers make their own alterations to make their leotard more appealing--cut the back, pinch the neckline, turn tanks into racerbacks, and even use Rit dye to get the perfect color.
Nine older adults trained for six weeks to improve grip strength, pinch strength, finger range of motion, and joint pain.
The company manufactures a wide range of pinch and check valves for local clients, including Inco and Falconbridge, as well as for area users in the industrial, chemical and municipal sectors, including Kidd Creek Mine and Dome Mine in Timmins and Williams Mine in northwestern Ontario.
The EZ-pinch[TM] Pneumatic Pinch Valve operates with tubing up to 3/8" O.
The EZ-pinch pneumatic pinch valve with tubing up to 3/8-in.
More Like Wrestling is the story of Paige and Pinch, two sisters growing up in the turbulent '80s with drug-infested, crime-ridden Oakland as their backdrop.
Repetitive, awkward, high-force pinch grip exertions have been related to fatigue, discomfort, and injury to the hand/wrist complex in industrial populations.
To pinch a policewoman's bottom while under arrest and in the heat of the moment hardly means you are a sexual offender.
On April 15, he walked in his big league debut while pinch hitting for Cal McLish.