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"Plastic or Titanium Clip"



2005

We attach a plastic "leader" to a coil of ferrous material. Leader is 6" in width with a thickness of .020". Material widths vary from 6.5" to 8.5" with a thickness of .002" to .010". At the beginning of a coil of ferrous material, we attach the leader & pull it through a cleaning line. We currently use tape to attach both, but chemistry gets caught in the tape contaminating the cleaning bath. I am looking for a better way to attach leader/ferrous material & prevent chemistry from being dragged from cleaning tank to cleaning tank. I do need it to be as low profile as possible.

Christopher Sullivan
- Attleboro, Massachusetts
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2005

Instead of tape could you use something like Crazy Glue? Just an idea. GMR-Mexico

Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico
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