backing strip

backing strip

[′bak·iŋ ‚strip]
(metallurgy)
A piece of metal, asbestos, or other nonflammable material placed behind a joint to facilitate welding. Also known as backing.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This innovation ensures that labels that are not supposed to be dispensed onto a pack remain on the backing strip and are wound together with the backing strip.
The two models available have a label backing strip width of 50-300mm--one for the grey area and a second one designed for use under the strictest hygiene requirements.
PARISSA WAX STRIPS Price: pounds 10.99 PARISSA, a Canadian company, uses a thin plastic backing strip to bear the wax which is different to other ranges.
Allow to dry.; 5 Cut flashing tape to the required length, ensuring it is a least 50mm beyond the crack or hole to be repaired.; 6 Peel off the backing strip to reveal the adhesive side of the tape.; 7 Press the tape firmly on to the prepared surface of the lead, smoothing down with a cloth to prevent trapped air.
Due to the lack of backing strip, the linear amount per roll of labels is doubled, giving a 50 per cent reduction in label change-over time.
Celebs such as Zoe Ball, Jamie Theakston, Atomic Kitten and Lee from Steps, along with football personalities such as Alex Ferguson, Kevin Keegan and Teddy Sheringham are all backing Strip 4 Shelter.
Peel off the backing strip from the flashing tape and press firmly on to the tile.