cold wrap

cold wrap

A type of corrosion-proof tape which is wrapped around a pipe without the application of heat.
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This really worked and was much nicer than your average cold wrap. It was served with purple slaw, salad and chips.
This year the company is adding a mid-size version of its top-selling ThermiPaq Hot & Cold Wrap, designed for use on the back, neck and shoulders.
A cold wrap is indicated to patients suffering from cardiovascular, gastrointestinal disease or hyperthyroidism.
Smyth Companies Inc., a converter in Minneapolis, MN, USA, worked on a temperature-buffering label called the Cold Wrap with Outlast Technologies Inc., a company that develops phase-change materials and applications, originally designed for NASA.
For bottle lovers, the brewer introduced the Coors Light Cold Wrap Bottle, also in May.
Salon treatments: The Frigi Thalgo, pounds 40 or pounds 200 for six, is a cold wrap treatment designed to eliminate excess fluid from hips and thighs and pep up circulation.
Velforms new Cold Wrap Treatment offers a range of salon benefits to firm and shape your thighs in the comfort of your own home, and is excellent for alleviating cellulite.
On the product front, Thermionics is expanding its retail offerings in 2011 with the introduction of a mid-size version of its top-selling ThermiPaq Hot & Cold Wrap. The new 8-inch by 14-inch reusable wrap gives consumers an option that fits between its small 6-inch by 12- inch wrap and its large 9.5-inch by 14-inch wrap.
Paul, MN, USA, have introduced a temperature-buffering label that they call the Cold Wrap.
Carolon now makes a 6-inch by 10-inch cold wrap and a 6-inch by 15-inch hot wrap, in addition to the 4-inch by 10-inch cold wrap and 6-inch by 10-inch hot warp it previously offered.
Carolon's major entries in the hot and cold category are the Champ hot wrap and the Champ cold wrap.