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Adhesive tapes sticks with application pressure, without the need for a solvent (such as water) or heat for activation. It can be used in the home, office, industry, and institutions for a wide variety of purposes.The tape consists of a pressure-sensitive adhesive coated onto a backing material such as paper, plastic film, cloth, or metal foil. Some have a removable release liner which protects the adhesive until the liner is removed. Some have layers of adhesives, primers, easy release materials, filaments, printing, etc. made for specific functions.
It will stick without the need for a solvent such as heat or water for activation. By contrast a "gummed" or "water activated" adhesive tape requires warm water for activation. Likewise, some "heat activated" tapes require heat.
Single-sided tapes allow bonding to a surface or joining of two adjacent or overlapping materials. Double-sided tape (adhesive on both sides) allows joining of two items back-to-back. We provide customised solution for tapes too.
- Pin Type anchor bolt
- Hammer driven pin type anchor for push-through installation.
- The shell of an anchor is driven into the hole without the expansion pin.
- Then the expansion pin is driven into the shell which after being hit expands the shell against the concrete.
- Bullet type anchor shell with internal thread for pre-positioned installation.
- When the bullet is placed in shell & hit with a setting tools it slides forward & the inside part of shell expands and takes the grip in the wall.
A channel is a right angle “C” section. They are also called C Channels. Along with beams, channels are mainly used in structural applications. Mostly MS Channels are used as supports and guide. These are roll-formed products. MS Channels are usually applied in the automotive industry as well as heavy machinery industries. Generally, there are 3 types of mild steel channel,
1. Plain Channels,
2. Lipped Channels &
3. Universal Channels
Strut channel is a standardized formed structural system used in the construction and electrical industries for light structural support, often for supporting wiring, plumbing, or mechanical components such as air conditioning or ventilation systems.
Strut is usually formed from metal sheet, folded over into an open channel shape with inwards-curving lips to provide additional stiffness and as a location to mount interconnecting components. Strut usually has holes of some sort in the base, to facilitate interconnection or fastening strut to underlying building structures.
The main advantage of strut channel in construction is that there are many options available for rapidly and easily connecting lengths together and other items to the strut channel, using various specialized strut-specific fasteners and bolts. It can be assembled very rapidly with minimal tools and only moderately trained labor, which reduces costs significantly in many applications. A strut channel installation also can often be modified or added-to relatively easily if needed. The only alternative to strut channel for most applications is custom fabrication using steel bar stock and other commodity components, requiring welding or extensive drilling and bolting, which has none of the above advantages.
Cutting oil cools the workpiece to produce a superior threading finish Cutting oil
REX cutting oil does not use environmental endocrine disrupters stated in the PRTR protocol* (June, 2002) .
* PRTR : (Pollutant Release and Transfer Register ) .
A threaded rod, also known as a stud, is a relatively long rod that is threaded on both ends; the thread may extend along the complete length of the rod. They are designed to be used in tension. Threaded rod in bar stock form is often called all-thread.
|Sr. No.||Dia Length||Approx. Weight / Rod in kg.|
|1||6 mm x 2 metres||0.47|
|2||8 mm x 2 metres||0.58|
|3||10 mm x 2 metres||0.91|
|4||12 mm x 2 metres||1.35|
|5||16 mm x 2 metres||2.35|
Hand tool is any tool that is not a power tool – that is, one powered by hand (manual labour) rather than by an engine.some examples of hand tools are garden forks, secateurs, rakes, hammers, spanners, pliers, screwdrivers and chisels. Hand tools are generally less dangerous than power tools.