Bolting cloth

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wire, hair, silk, or other sieve cloth of different degrees of fineness; - used by millers for sifting flour.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Midwestern also maintains a large inventory of fine mesh screens available in market grade, mill grade and tensile bolting cloth at both their Massillon, Ohio, headquarters and Macon, Ga., facility.
SMIT ONE, a special version of GS940 T, is a mono-gripper designed to produce the most sophisticated fabrics, with fancy/irregular weft yarns as well as conveyor belts and bolting cloth in the field of technical applications, from fabrics for safety applications to filters and sportswear.
We gave the people at Meadows Mills a call, and a couple days later, a tube of bolting cloth arrived.
PCPL has a diversified product portfolio comprising emulsions, squeegees, screens, frame sections, pressure-sensitive adhesives, pre-sensitive films, degreasers, reclaimers, sensitisers, frame adhesives, hardeners and bolting cloth.