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applicator

a device, such as a spatula or rod, for applying a medicine, glue, etc.
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The global market for label applicators was valued at US$ 2,044.2 million in 2017.
Herma US Inc., the subsidiary of Herma GmbH, a Germany-based provider of labeling machinery and self-adhesive labels and materials to the global packaging marketplace, has introduced the Herma 500 label applicator, an IoT-enabled machine utilizing real-time metrics to optimize production efficiency and consistency, even in a multi-factory setting.
So what differentiates a QUALICOAT Applicator? Well, first of all it is not a requirement in the UK to have a QUALICOAT licence to supply architectural powder coating.
Sherwin-Williams Consumer Brands Group introduced an exclusive line of Valspar brand paint applicators at Lowe's while also expanding the existing line-up of Purdy applicators.
Interchangeable weights apply pressure across the entire length of the applicator for a consistent film thickness.
Conclusion: Fletcher applicator was more effective in achieving a better dose distribution in gynaecological malignancies, resulting in better treatment outcome.
According to Soorty Enterprises, a major energy saving could be achieved by the use of the Eco Applicator by Monforts.
M2 PHARMA-June 16, 2016-Elekta announces exclusive US distribution agreement for Kobold Medical brachytherapy applicators
The first step in the applicator design is to estimate preliminary values of all equivalent circuit elements of a single MTM unit cell from Fig.
Each treatment may be customized according to the client's needs and desires, tailoring the applicators to major areas or smaller areas like the back of the arm or calf.
But there's one kind of trash that Zipf, executive director of the New Jersey-based marine protection coalition Clean Ocean Action, really can't stand: plastic tampon applicators. During a 2014 cleanup of some 70 beaches, Zipf's team found about 3,000 of them.

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