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Identifier: canadianwood22
Title: Canadian wood products industries
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Subjects: Furniture industry and trade Woodworking industries
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Southam-MacLean Publications
Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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without plaster) will prevent, for aperiod of about 10 minutes, the passage of sufficientheat, by conduction from the Bunsen flame, to ignitethe highly combustible material on top of the sam-ple. The temperature of a Bunsen flame averagesabout 1,800 to 2,100 degrees Fahr. It is obvious from the foregoing brief reference tothe properties of gypsum board that it is a materialwell qualified to give fire protection to woodworkingplants and, more particularly, finishing shops. Themakers of the product issue very explicit instructionsregarding the method of handling it and by follow-ing these directions it is extremely easy to use it andthereby get a great measure of fire protection. COTTONLINTERS OF UNUSUAL QUALITY Cotton Linters of guaranteed quality for the Mattressand Upholstering Trades. Quotations on this and ourother lines—Cotton Waste, Reeds, Rattans, Turpentine,etc., will be gladly furnished on request. Write for them to-day.E. T. CARTER & CO., LIMITED 84 FRONT ST.. E TORONTO

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The wood finish that resiststhe effects of ROUGH usage Furniture finished with ZAPONITE—the Pioneer Wood Lacquer — may bestruck a blow or jammed sufficientlyhard to DENT the wood, yet the finishitself will remain UNHARMED. Furthermore, ZAPONITE will notcheck. It will not crack. It will notcraze. And, being moisture proof, itsuse prevents warping, swelling andshrinking. Let our Service Division help you de-termine how ZAPONITE can be usedin finishing your products at a SAVINGin your production costs. Write usabout this service TODAY. Celluloid Zapon Company 200 Fifth Avenue, New York CityBranches : Chicago, New Haven, Los Angeles

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Date: 2014-07-30 07:32:50

bookid:canadianwood22 bookyear:1922 bookdecade:1920 bookcentury:1900 booksubject:Furniture_industry_and_trade booksubject:Woodworking_industries bookpublisher:Don_Mills__Ont____Southam_MacLean_Publications bookcontributor:Fisher___University_of_Toronto booksponsor:University_of_Toronto bookleafnumber:1456 bookcollection:canadiantradejournals bookcollection:thomasfisher bookcollection:toronto

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