Textile Raw Materials and Their Conversion Into Yarns:The Study of the Raw Materials and the Technology of the Spinning Process a Text-Book for Textile, Trade and Higher Technical Schools, as Also for Self-Instruction (Classic Reprint) Julius Zipser
Obermaterial Textil Synthetik Innenmaterial Textil Sohle Synthetik Michelin Technical Performance Sohle wasserdichtes GoreTex Futter 3FSystem Schnellschnürung Flex Collar atmungsaktiv Gewicht Einzelschuh 365g bei Größe 42.5
Funny bomber jacket made of functional materialDetachable hood with synthetic fur (We only use animal-friendly vegan fur. The fur trimming are detachable for easy cleaning.) The sparkling frontal 2-way zip is a real eye-catcher. Outer jacket and lining made of technical fabric. The jacket has sealable outer pockets, and it also has a sealable inner pocket for your mobile phone. On the front, there is a continuous sparkling 2-way zip with wind protection. Even when we are not doing any sports at all, our body is generating heat, and we begin to sweat. A healthy adult produces 200 to 700 ml of sweat on average on a daily basis. It goes without saying that this is higher when you engage in physical exercise or during the summer. In order to keep our body temperature at a comfortable level and to keep sweat levels on the skin as low as possible, a jacket must have good ventilating properties as well as breathability. The material of the Funny Facts bomber jacket can absorb up to 1000 g of steam within 24 hours per square metre, and it has the ability to transfer this to the outside. An ISO standard says that water-tight textiles must have a water column of at least 1,300 mm. In a lab, a tube is placed on a sample of the fabric to be examined, and after this, the tube is filled with water. This process checks which water level penetrates the fabric. This means that, if the water only penetrates the fabric at more than 1,300 mm, the material is deemed water-tight. The Funny Facts bomber jacket only lets water through from 3,000 mm.
Report to the Worshipful Clothworkers´ Company of London on the Weaving and Other Technical Schools of the Continent:With General Observations and Suggestions as to the Best Mode of Extending and Improving the Textile Industries Department of the Yorkshi Walter S. B. McLaren
A Manual for Managers, Designers, Weavers, and All Others Connected With the Manufacture of Textile Fabrics:Containing Definitions, Any Way of Technical Terms, the Use (Classic Reprint) Alfred Spitzli
Technical Education in Textiles at the Philadelphia Textile School of the Pennsylvania Museum of Art:Fifty-Fourth Year, 1937-38 (Classic Reprint) Philadelphia Textile School
Three Top used Automatic Cone Winders in Pakistan´s Textile Industry:Comparative Study of Technical Features of Three Top Used Automatic Cone Winders used in Pakistan´s Textile Industry Muhammad Adnan, Adil Farid, Rashid Mehmood
Productivity and Technical Progress in Indian Textile Industry:Impact of Policy Shift on Textile Productivity, Efficiency Change and Technical Progress - A Malmquist Approach Savitha Nagarajan
Textile Product Engineering:Basics, Concepts, Case Studies related to Technical Textiles Rajanna Gotipamul
Die TOMMY HILFIGER TECHNICAL FLAG BEACH SANDAL Zehentrenner sind mit breiten Textilriemen für einen guten Halt ausgestattet. Die gepolsterte Decksohle ist strukturiert und mit Rillen ausgestattet. - Verschluss: Schlupf - angenehm weicher Zehensteg - flexible, profilierte Laufsohle mit rutschhemmender Wirkung Obermaterial: Textil (Synthetik) Futter: Textil (Synthetik) Decksohle: Sonstiges Material (Synthetik) Laufsohle: Sonstiges Material (EVA-Sohle)
The Nagra VI Eight-channel digital audio recorder TEC Award Winner 2009 for Outstanding Technical AchievementThe Nagra VI digital audio recorder was awarded the TEC Award for ´´Outstanding Technical Achievement” at a ceremony in New York on Saturday October 10th 2009 during the 127th AES show.The TEC (Technical Excellence & Creativity) Awards is an annual program recognizing the achievements of audio professionals. The awards are given to honour technically innovative products as well as companies and individuals who have excelled in sound for television, film, recordings and concerts.Features8 channels (4 Mic + 2 Line + 2 Mix) 24 bit, 192 kHz AD / DA : User programmable Pre-recording bufferPost-production compatible (BWF files)(iXML compatible) : Large colour displaySMPTE / EBU Time Code USB : 2.0 communicationInternal 2.5” Hard drive disk and removable Compact Flash : Lightweight and battery operatedBuilt-in matrix and two M/S decoders : Internal speaker Product descriptionThe NAGRA VI has been designed as the natural successor to the NAGRA-D / DII multi-track digital recorders. Based on a totally new design concept, the hardware of the NAGRA VI is software dependent and can be adapted simply through software.The NAGRA VI is an 8 channel digital recorder, offerring 24 bit wordlength and samplingfrequencies from 32 kHz up to 192 kHz. There are 6 analgue inputs, 4 of which are equipped with traditional high-quality Nagra microphone preamplifiers. There are also 2 AES inputs. It is fitted with a full SMPTE/EBU time code sytem including a chase synchronizer. Internal pogrammable digital filters and monitoring for Ambisonic microphones are included as standard.Available in a choice of three colours (Slate grey, Midnight blue and Burgundy red) allowing owners of two or more recorders easily identify a particular unit. The NAGRA VI is supplied with two plastic handles which serve to protect the front of the unit from accidental damage, but can also be used to carry the recorder. A carrying case, shoulder strap are also supplied for over-the-shoulder operation. The NAGRA VI is delivered with a removable battery box containing a lithium-ion battery pack, a mains power supply and is equipped with a 120GB internal hard disk.NVI legs The supplied metal supporting legs can be easily attached to the case screws to elevate the front of the recorder when used on a table top. They can be fitted with or without the carying case which is also supplied with the standard NAGRA VI package. This gives a more comfortable viewing angle of the colour TFT display when used on a table top or sound cart. This blue fronted Nagra VI shows the carrying handles supplied with the recorder. They serve not only to assist in carrying the Nagra VI but also to protect the front of the recorder from damage but also from accidental alteration of the front panel controls. The Blue-fronted machine has white flashes on the potentiomenters. Nagra VI with a blue front panel Nagra VI (red)This picture shows a Burgundy red Nagra VI in its textile carrying case with the plastic cover folded back. The carrying handles have been replaced with the padded shoulder strap. Both sides of the case are equipped with Velcro-edged openings for all the cables, and a large pocket is fitted on the top. The legs above can also be installed while the case is fitted if desired. Audio inputsIt offers six independent analogue audio inputs. Inputs 1 - 4 are equipped with traditional NAGRA microphone pre-amplifiers for dynamic and phantom +48V microphones and menu selectable sensitivity for different microphone types. These pre-amplifiers are a combination of those developed for the NAGRA V and NAGRA-D and are without doubt the best audio inputs NAGRA has ever designed. An audio limiter can be selected for each of these inputs and these can be ganged in pairs if desired. These totally new concept input circuits offer the best specifications ever produced by any NAGRA in terms of pure audio quality. The four In-house transformers offer fully floating inputs for the dynamic microphones, giving a greatly improved signal-to-noise ratio. The remaining two analogue inputs are LINE level inputs for connection to other equipment supplying a line level signal, such as radio receivers. When set to the LINE position all 6 analogue inputs will accept up to +24dB. The two input connections (channels 5 + 6) double up as 2 AES inputs (A and B) when selected to digital input mode. A...
Dictionary of Technical Textile Terms, Vol. 1:English French Spanish (Classic Reprint) Thomas F. Palmer