(1) Storage compartment in the inside of an automobile. (2) Sealed enclosure, which contains a viewing window and openings with gloves for handing toxic, sterile, etc. objects inside the enclosure. Pressure inside of the box is less than that of the outside atmosphere to prevent leakage from the box.
Hand coverings for grip, safety, and protection
Various adhesive preparations made from resin, casein, etc. An adhesive.
Block of wood, which is glued at the connection of two other pieces of wood for purposes of strengthening the joint.
(1) Heating dispenser for the application of hot glue. (2) Holding device to apply adhesive from the cartridge.
Glued laminated timber
Glulam is an engineered stress-rated product created by bonding together individual pieces of lumber having a thickness of two inches or less. Individual pieces of lumber are end-joined together to create long lengths referred to as laminations. These laminations are then face-bonded together to create the finished product. Glulam is also among the most versatile of the engineered wood products. It can be shaped into forms ranging from straight beams to complex curved members, and is used in a wide variety of residential and nonresidential building construction applications, including headers, floor girders, ridge beams and purlins, cantilever beam systems, arches, domes and exposed applications such as bridges, marinas and utility structures.
(1) Adhesive joint between veneers in a plywood panel. (2) The place, usually at the edges, where adhesive is applied to hold two objects together.
Short for glued-laminated structural timber, these beams are strengthened by gluing and bonding layers of strong wood together making them thicker than other types of laminated lumber.
(1) Board wood displaying a swirling pattern, which can be finished naturally. (2) To make knotted or twisted.