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A bubble level is most often referred to as a spirit level. This instrument is very useful when you need to determine whether...
Laboratory goggles are a piece of safety equipment that is used by scientist in laboratories. They are made of a soft plastic...
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A units of measurement chart provides various kinds of measurement information, depending on the type of chart. Typical...
What Is a Rubber Stopper?
A rubber stopper is a type of plug designed to fit in the drain of a sink or bath tub. They usually had a small metal ring...
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