Dubose takes the lead out of new heat-treat steel strapping process
Jun 30, 2005 | 09:07 AM
| Phillip Burgert
Dubose Strapping Inc., Clinton, N.C., said it was beginning promotion of a new heat-treating process it has developed that allows the production of high-tensile steel strapping without the use of lead in the quench system.Paul Ruddock, vice president of the family-owned steel strapping manufacturer, which sells strapping used primarily for industrial applications such as the lumber industry, said the no-lead quench process was expected to reduce the lead exposure risk of workers involved with using strapping.....
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