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Typical uses are coverstocks/top sheets of panty liners and tampons, but it is also expected to be attractive to the manufacturers of diapers and adult incontinence products.
Typical uses include fire-blocks, gaskets, insulators, pads, seals and thermal barriers, among others.
It provides complete specifications for each type of screw element, including clearances and typical uses, allowing users to compare elements and screw setups instantly.
Typical uses include fire control, UV systems, commercial food equipment, gas conditioners, furnaces, ovens, and medical equipment.
Typical uses include the bonding and sealing of glass and ceramic stove tops to appliance frames, sealing washing machine drums, and replacing gaskets and various mechanical fixings.
Typical uses for the MS5701 include respirators, ventilators, CPAP and sleep apnea, and more.
Typical uses for the SLIM system are for the induction of difficult to wet solids such as fumed silica, calcium carbonate, titanium dioxide, gums, thickeners and many pigments.
Typical uses include wrapping cartons of tea, confectionery, cosmetic and pharmaceutical products.
Topics include the taxonomy, typical uses, and programming issues involving heterogeneous platforms; performance models and design of heterogeneous algorithms; implementation and software performance; applications; and future trends.
Typical uses include tool identification, tool breakage detection, presetting of unknown tools, tool dynamic length and diameter measurement, tool wear compensation, tool cutting edge profile integrity verification, and machine axis thermal drift compensation.
with headquarters near Mendocino, CA, san typical uses for redwood burl include inlay and marquetry.
To get an idea of what can be done with paper beyond the typical uses, turn to "Learning From Exhibitions: Pulp Function" (page 17).