10th November 2000, 13:19
Posted by Dr. Alexander Harrison on April 16, 1999 at 12:18:55:
Fabric belts have problems too, and their testing to determine root-cause problems is a routine function of our company. Whether its a fabricartion defect, an alignment problem, a poor design rating or a bad splice, it will hold you up. See our web page for help in blk slids handling and conveying.
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10th November 2000, 13:21
Re: Fabric Belt Testing-Informational
Posted by Jordan Matchett on September 14, 2000 at 12:31:35:
In Reply to: Fabric Belt Testing-Informational posted by Dr. Alexander Harrison on April 16, 1999 at 12:18:55:
I am currently studying for my GCSE in Technology and Design and as part of my Minor Project I am researching materials that are used for seating.
If possible could you send me information on types of materials that you use/make and also any details on how the materials are tested for strength.
I would be gratful if you could send me some sample materials that I could test using impact or abrasive testing
If you are going to send me information via the post please send to:
C/O Miss Watts
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