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What is "Coverstock" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 02-Feb-2023 (1 year, 26 days ago)
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Coverstock
The outer shell of bowling balls, which can be constructed with a variety of materials such as Polyester, Rubber, Urethane, and Reactive Urethane.
Coverstock
A permeable fabric used in hygiene products to cover and contain an absorbent medium.

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A batchwise dyeing process used for dyeing pile fabrics or those with very high elastane content. Fabrics are rolled onto perforated beams like giant toilet rolls and dye liquor is forced through....
The highest grade of material made from the best of stock: Saxony, Silesia, or Australia merino wool. Two up and one down twill weave is used. Cloth must be even and smooth for its use as covering...
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Bamboo (Bambusa) a giant woody grass, often reaching a height of forty feet or more, found in the tropical and subtropical regions of the Eastern Hemisphere. It also has been grown successfully in...
A fibre formed by the conjunction at a spinning jet, of two fibre-forming polymers of different properties. NOTE: a) The two components may be caused to merge approximately side by side...
Fabrics that have been coated with some substance to make them longer lasting, or impervious to water or other liquids. The uses are numerous and coating substances or materials include oil,...

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