Fiberglas


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Fiberglas

A proprietary name for fiberglass.
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Slikkers continued making sheet- and molded-plywood and Fiberglas outboard motorboats until converting completely to Fiberglas in 1962.
The world's textile grade fiberglas market is reported at more than 3.5 million tons in recent years.
Molds were then cast from that vehicle's Fiberglas shell, and the first EarthRoamer XVs shipped before year's end.
SIR - My father was one of the 230 unfortunate people who lost their jobs at Owens Corning Fiberglas, Wrexham.
The defendants were eleven manufacturers of asbestos-containing insulation products including Johns-Manville, Fibreboard and Owens Corning Fiberglas. In August 1982, Johns-Manville filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to avoid paying compensation to the growing number of victims of diseases caused by exposure to its asbestos products.
Wartime technologies found peacetime applications, such as Fiberglas draperies; wire frame; molded plywood and wood veneers; vinyl-covered furniture; translucent plastic room partitions and cabinet doors; water-repellent awning fabrics; and central heating and air conditioning.
Artists ranging from professionals to elementary student groups submitted designs for the decoration of a life-size Fiberglas cow.
Dirty Fiberglas insulation is also an indication that you've got leaks.
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.J., and Paoli, Pa.
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., 510 N.W.2d 854, 865-66 (Iowa 1994) ("We do not disagree that the problem of successive punitive damages awards in mass tort cases arising from the same conduct is a serious one....