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Describing a coin that has not been officially appraised or put in some protective casing by an appraisal company.
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The raw fibers are still manually extracted by hand from abaca leaves.
Robert Berkes of Berkes Crane Robinson & Seal of Los Angeles will offer an insurer's perspective on asbestos litigation; Steven Kazan of Kazan McClain Abrams Lyons Greenwood & Harley of Oakland will participate in a session devoted to International Asbestos Claiming and Globalization; and Simona Farrise of the Farrise Law Firm in Santa Barbara, CA, will preside over a session on raw fiber suppliers.
Porritt said that such an installation is now essential to show customers how quickly and efficiently the latest machinery from - and co-operation between - the two machinery builders can turn raw fiber into nonwoven fabric.
kSARIA's Prima(tm) system automatically processes fiber from a reel of raw fiber to a pigtail in a fiber work tray ready for the next process.
Topics are: The Current Asbestos Litigation Landscape; Verdicts, Settlements & the Future of Values; Latest Developments in Treating Mesothelioma; the Evolution of the Heavy Machinery Case; Raw Fiber Suppliers -- Where Does the Liability End?
Hopefully it is a short term suspension, but it really is related to the raw fiber problem in that recycled fiber is even more difficult to get than virgin fiber and at this point in time it is better to direct what recycled fiber we can get into our core business, which is our bonding business, than to use it for EcoFil.
With proper raw fiber selection and radical developments in cleaning, High-Q cotton is more open and much cleaner than standard bleached cotton.
The Prima system will automatically take raw fiber from a reel, spool it into a fiber work tray and produce a pigtail preparing it for the next step in assembly.
Using 100% recycled fiber in your catalogue or magazine paper could actually be less environmentally friendly than using raw fiber from certified forests when you consider the impact of processing and trucking the recycled fiber long distances to mills in rural regions.