States whether different goods can be stowed together in one hold


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PLANCHET

Asmallmetalcontainerorsample holder; usually used to hold radioactive materials that are being checked for the degree of radioactivity in a proportional counter or scintillation detector.

PIKE POLE

1. A pole with a sharp metal point in one end that is used to hold utility poles upright while they are being installed. 2. See fire hook.

PANEL BOARD

A drawing board with an adjustable outer frame that is forced over the drawing paper to hold and strain it.

ORGANIC BONDED WHEEL

A grinding wheel in which organic bonds are used to hold the abrasive grains.

NAIL

1. A slender, usually pointed fastener with a head, designed for insertion by impact. 2. To drive nails in a manner that will position and hold two or more members, usually of wood, in a desired relationship.

MANIKIN

A correctly proportioned dolllike figure that is jointed and will assume any human position and hold it; useful in art to draw a human figure in action, or in medicine to show the relations of organs by means of movable parts.

INDEX CENTER

One of two machinetool centers used to hold work and to rotate it by a fixed amount.

INDENTED BOLT

A type of anchor bolt that has indentations to hold better in cemented grout.

ADSORBENT FILTER

A filter medium primarily intended to hold soluble and insoluble contaminants on its surface by molecular adhesion.

FILTER RATED CAPACITY

The amount of contaminants a filter will hold before an excessive pressure drop is caused. Some filters have bypass valves which open when a filter reaches its rated capacity.

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