single-end

single-end

n
(Building) dialect Scot accommodation consisting of a single room
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Ricobond 7002 and 7004 are said to have demonstrated excellent performance in textile (fabric and single-end cord) to rubber adhesion, as well as adhesion to other substrates such as metal and PET film.
A "revolutionary" new single-end glass roving reinforcement from Owens Coming, Toledo, Ohio, reportedly improves burst strength of high-pressure pipe by 17% and cyclical regression (stress) strength by 10%.
SE 8400 LS is a single-end Type 30 roving introduced by Owens Coming to meet electrical requirements for such pultruded fiber-reinforced plastics applications as medium-voltage and high-voltage transmission and distribution long-rod insulators.
There will be four of the 4500 Series on display at this year's expo, exhibiting the versatility of this single-end machine.
Gourlay romped to a 9-1, 7-3 win over Rees, but Price and Weale both lost 2-0 on the new-look best-of-three-ends tie-breaks, which have replaced the sudden-death single-end tie-break introduce last month.
According to Krones, the single-end bottle washer has been designed for the small and medium output ranges, as part of a series of equipment of bottling lines with output up to 25,000 bottles per hour.
Today, JPS is at the forefront of diaper elastic technology and is the only international supplier of these four types: multistrand, single-end (the industry's thinnest), bonded rubber tapes plus polyurethane tapes.
OC SE 1200 single-end roving is aimed at pultrusion, filament winding and fabric production for wind-energy and marine markets.
JPS makes the thinnest single-end rubber tapes in the industry.
Single-end, epoxy-compatible ZenTron glass roving is now available in a 225 yield as well as the original 675 yield.

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