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capper

(ˈkæpɚ)
n. the climax or clincher of something. The capper of the evening was when the hostess got lathered before midnight and couldn’t celebrate the New Year.
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com)-- Swan-Matic, a bottle capping equipment manufacturer is now offering a hazardous location capper featuring Noltron's model 4480 anti-tie down monitor paired with dual Killark palm buttons.
These components enable the C500PB capper to handle hazardous locations by prohibiting any sparks to ignite or be exposed into the atmosphere, reducing the risk of a fire.
Oxfordshire author Peter King on the growth of cappers in Coventry in his book, The Mystery of the Coventry Cappers (Continuum, pounds 19.
A variety of handheld and bench-top cappers make up this product line along with aluminum driver shells and renewable inserts.
8220;While a benchtop capper would be an acceptable alternative, the C530 would be easier to maneuver when capping such small bottles.
When he died in 1996, he left a bequest to the guild which his nephew Robert, the present Lord Iliffe, has used to publish the new history, entitled: The Mystery of the Coventry Cappers.
This new development is available for all new trigger sprayer machines and is a simple bolt on addition to all existing C600 Swan-Matic cappers.
Figgie's Akron packaging operations consist of Closetech-brand high-speed seamers and end liners, CPM-brand automatic cappers, Pfaudler-brand piston fillers, IAC-brand electronic net weight fillers, and Akron Packaging Machinery-brand uncasers and case packers.
While bench-top cappers remain a solid choice for most, many customers can benefit from handheld cappers.
The C400 series of bench top cappers are hazardous location, single cycle cappers which use air controllers to energize an air clutch and brake system in order to cycle the cappers on and off.
Social Capper socializes handicapping allowing anyone to come to the site and place a sports pick on any sports in the world.