ultrastrip

ultrastrip

[′əl·trə‚strip]
(graphic arts)
A piece of film, usually 1.5 inches by 7 inches (3.5 by 18 centimeters) in size, containing either negative or positive images, or frames, of printed material reduced 150 times by photographic reduction.
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Ecosphere Systems Inc., a subsidiary of UltraStrip Systems Inc., is working to make potable water easier to come by with its Tactical Water Filtration Truck (TWFT).
According to UltraStrip, the MEFS fitted on the rear of the truck is engineered to purify 1500 gal.
Allbaugh, director at UltraStrip and also a former director of FEMA.
Called UltraStrip, it represents the latest generation of products used for electronic article surveillance (EAS), says a company spokesman.
The new UltraStrip tag is smaller than any previous antitheft label, he notes, allowing it to be utilized on such small, high-theft items as lipstick, which previously could not be marked with an EAS device.
UltraStrip is beginning to bring more suppliers into the security process by allowing packages to be protected at the point of manufacture rather than in retailers receiving departments, according to the spokesman.