oversleeve

oversleeve

(ˈəʊvəˌsliːv)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a protective sleeve covering an ordinary sleeve
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10mm Trocar in an oversleeve was introduced steadily till a hissing sound was heard and/or a change in resistance was felt.
Its innovative design replaces the wedding band oversleeve design, requiring 10 welds, with the Style 220 low profile sleeve requiring only four welds.
The lid seals directly on to CPET food trays, eliminating the need for a clear film seal and printed oversleeve, the company says.
Roundit[R] 2000 EMI is a shielding oversleeve that enables design engineers to prevent wire and cable abrasion and provide electromagnetic shielding.
The Roundit 2000 NX oversleeve is rated at 200[degrees]C, is non-halogenated, and has passed the FAR Part 25 flammability test for FAA-approved aircraft, according to Federal-Mogul.
Protecto Expandable Sleeving, a flexible, self-fitting woven plastic oversleeve, protects power cords and pneumatic hoses from damage caused by robbing against abrasive objects.
The new kitchenwares packaging will also be in keeping with the company's environmental emphasis and will utilize natural corrugated boxes with four color enhancements, possibly utilizing an oversleeve.
Roundit 2000 NX oversleeve, constructed of a woven blend of Nomex and polyphenylene sulfide (PPS), provides outstanding protection of cable assemblies, hoses and wire harnesses from chafing, cutting and abrading in aerospace, maintenance and rail applications.
"Beneath their starched white aprons, marked with the Red Cross, they would have worn blue dresses with starched white collars and linen oversleeves."
ha mi red ed co sta Cr ho ap the wi ov ch he six A for qu "Beneath their starched white aprons, marked with the Red Cross, they would have worn blue dresses with starched white collars and linen oversleeves. By 1918 styles were changing and it was agreed that the hem of the skirt could be as much as inches above the ground." Although the house was transformed into a hospital relatively quickly, not everything went as smoothly.
He wore a faded asphalt-colored jacket--only the forearms were unfaded, from being shielded so many years by oversleeves. He said that happiness came from work and that everything depended on which profession you chose when you were young.