Fiberglas


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Fiberglas

A proprietary name for fiberglass.
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ON NEW MATERIALS: "[There] was a company in Minnesota that was offering fiberglass liquid that you could buy in quarts and buy the cloth, and you'd cover wooden boats with it in the very early stages.
The world's textile grade fiberglas market is reported at more than 3.
In a fraction of a second, the glass runs through thousands of small holes and is transformed from hot to cool -- from turbulent to delicate -- and wound onto large spools of the final product: fiberglass.
Miller's machine had a novel wide fiberglass cutter, unlike European systems, which used prefabricated glass mat.
The defendants were eleven manufacturers of asbestos-containing insulation products including Johns-Manville, Fibreboard and Owens Corning Fiberglas.
Artists ranging from professionals to elementary student groups submitted designs for the decoration of a life-size Fiberglas cow.
With its bright, contemporary color scheme, open ceilings, and giant Beverage Boulevard and Snack Central hang ing Fiberglas decorative fixtures, Milltown is a dramatic departure from the forest greens, dark woods and low ceilings of the chain's previous prototypes in Lincroft, N.
Dirty Fiberglas insulation is also an indication that you've got leaks.
There are two key features: a Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof/breathability, and the company's proprietary Bimodal Flex Plate, for flexibility in the front and stability in the back, The rear 2/3 of the Plate is made of fiberglas and the front 1/3 is polyurethane, providing natural, comfortable bend at the ball of the foot.
Brian worked in the chemical industry as a laboratory technician for 13 years, first at Fiberglas Canada in Sarnia, ON, and then at the Shell Canada chemical plant in Corunna, ON.
Owens-Corning created a glass fiber it called Fiberglas in 1936 and changed the nature of home construction by allowing non-asbestos insulation.
Illustrating his point for the audience with several slides, Barnhardt showed how what looks like a tiny crack in the side of a boat can sometimes require a complete replacement of the hull, due to the one-piece Fiberglas construction methods of modern boat-making.