Coating defects consisting of the randomly spaced undissolved particles, usually resin particles, which are immersed in the coating. They are raised up in the coating and appear somewhat like fine …
Loss prevention is stopping or reducing loss of from shoplifting, employee theft, paperwork errors and poor safety procedures. Guarding and securing the assets of a company.
Units: mm (SI), inches (Imperial) The normal range of section thickness which lies within the capacity of the process. As with mass, an extreme range is also stored. Minimum section …
Secondary paper pulp consists of raw materials reclaimed from wastepaper. The term can imply chemical pulp, woodpulp or a mixture of the two.
An additional location in a retail environment where the same product can be found. For example, the primary location for batteries may be in the electronics department, but they may …
Refers to a display of product at a separate location from the main stocking location (also called main aisle) where all products from the same category are stocked. Secondary displays …
Color tones produced by mixing the primary colors of a color system are referred to as secondary colors. Mixed colors of the first order consist of equal proportions of two …
The back side of an outdoor sign face to which most copy is applied.
The slope of the secant drawn from the origin to any specified point on the stress-strain curve. See also modulus of elasticity.
Products that are in demand at a certain time of the year, such as Christmas or Back-to-School.
The junction created by any free edge of a container flap or wall where it abuts, or rests on, another portion of the container and to which it may be …
To close or bond securely as with adhesives or heat sealing for security, air or water tightness, or as in surface sealing.
The undesirable tendency for the non-image area of a plate to take on ink from any cause.
Substrate surface abrasion.
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