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Plastics Monograph: Twenty Pamphlets plus Memorandum and Regulations

£100.00

Product description

Twenty pamphlets ranging in size from 16 to 164 pages, all in grey card covers and all having sunned spines. Various authors, depending on the subject matter which covers: Synthetic Adhesives (no. 3); Alkyd Resins and Natural Resins (no. 4); Natural Resins (no. 4b); Casein (no. 5); Ethenoid Plastics (no. 6); Celluloid (no. 7); Ethyl Cellulose and Benzyl Cellulose (no. 8); Nylon (no. 9a); Plasticisers, Fillers, Catalysts and Accelerators (no.11); Thermosetting Moulding Compositions (no. 12); Synthetic Resins in the Paint and Varnish Industry (no. 15); Transfer and Injection Moulding (no. 16); Mouldings (no. 17); Thermosetting (no. 17a);, the Manipulation of Sheets, Rods and Tubes (no. 18); Testing and Analysis of Plastics (nos. 20 & 20a); Plastics Draughtsmanship (nos. 21 & 23); Moulds and Moulding (no. 24). All volumes are in very good condition and include photographs and diagrams as appropriate. Published between 1945-1949. Also included are the Memorandum and Articles of Association of The Institute of the Plastics Industry Limited and the regulations and Syllabuses for Diploma, Associateship and Fellowship 1948.

Item details

Added value:
Total of 22 technical pamphlets
Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1945-1949
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
The Institute of The Plastics Industry

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About this item

Twenty pamphlets ranging in size from 16 to 164 pages, all in grey card covers and all having sunned spines. Various authors, depending on the subject matter which covers: Synthetic Adhesives (no. 3); Alkyd Resins and Natural Resins (no. 4); Natural Resins (no. 4b); Casein (no. 5); Ethenoid Plastics (no. 6); Celluloid (no. 7); Ethyl Cellulose and Benzyl Cellulose (no. 8); Nylon (no. 9a); Plasticisers, Fillers, Catalysts and Accelerators (no.11); Thermosetting Moulding Compositions (no. 12); Synthetic Resins in the Paint and Varnish Industry (no. 15); Transfer and Injection Moulding (no. 16); Mouldings (no. 17); Thermosetting (no. 17a);, the Manipulation of Sheets, Rods and Tubes (no. 18); Testing and Analysis of Plastics (nos. 20 & 20a); Plastics Draughtsmanship (nos. 21 & 23); Moulds and Moulding (no. 24). All volumes are in very good condition and include photographs and diagrams as appropriate. Published between 1945-1949. Also included are the Memorandum and Articles of Association of The Institute of the Plastics Industry Limited and the regulations and Syllabuses for Diploma, Associateship and Fellowship 1948.

Added value:
Total of 22 technical pamphlets
Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1945-1949
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
The Institute of The Plastics Industry

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