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The products are available in three formulas: 3M Scotch-Weld Toughened Epoxy Adhesive LSB60, 3M Scotch-Weld Toughened Epoxy Adhesive LSB60NS, and 3M Scotch- Weld Flexible Epoxy Adhesive LSB90.
Cracks and breakages can be dangerous, especially if you're not using toughened glass.
Because, like they say on those M & S food ads, this isn't just any piece of toughened cardboard .
The actress, who plays a CIA agent trying to prove she is not a Russian spy in the film, said that she was thrilled to get the chance to do her own stunts in the action movie after giving birth to twins Knox and Vivienne in July 2008 because it toughened her up.
They toughened the epoxy with tiny rubber particles that act like shock absorbers to cushion impact and vibration and prevent cracking.
The 36-year-old specifically asked for toughened glass to protect children in her care from stray balls from the sports field at the end of her garden.
The law, which was revised in December 2006, toughened penalties for violators in January as a first step.
Milnsbridge-based Specialist Glass Products has bought new machinery enabling it to manufacture toughened glass - complementing existing equipment to bend, curve and laminate glass.
A number of factors can contribute to the failure of toughened polymer when impact occurs.
TOUGHENED tumblers hurt more bar staff than the glasses they will replace in Scots clubs.
Previously, users of toughened nylon were forced to make a tradeoff between processability and aesthetics.