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cleat

(klēt)
A fixed anchorage, usually metal, embedded in the acrylic resin base of an orthodontic retainer or soldered to an arch wire. An elastic device is attached during tooth movement.
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Scholastic Coach & Athletic Director assembled some of the biggest players in the cleated footwear category to get to the root of what's new, what's hot, what's on the horizon, and most importantly, what the consumer can expect when it laces on a pair of cleats.
Our panel included: Raphael Peck, VP, Product Creation & Merchandising, Under Armour; Josh Rattet, Director of Cleated Performance Footwear, Reebok; Mark Clinard, Business Unit Director for US Sports (Football, Baseball, LAX, Motorsports), adidas; and Mark Wachter, Director of Footwear Development, Diadora America.
Chemical-resistant belts, available in flat, sidewall, and cleated versions, withstand many chemicals including bleach and acids.
The proplylene belts, available in flat and cleated versions, are designed for temperatures to 180 [degrees] F.
High-quality, value-priced conveyors in a range of sizes and styles include flat, cleated and adjustable-angle belt.
Bulk bottle and component hopper/ conveyors have accumulation bins with cleated elevating belt orair-veying transporting systems.
Standard cleated and sidewall-cleated belt models adjust from 25-60[degrees] inclines.
Belt conveyors come in low-profile, adjustable-angle, gravity-roller, heavy-duty, vacuum-gripper, cleated, and sidewall versions.
Move loose-flowing granular materials or transport scrap to a size-reduction unit with the new inclined and cleated, side-wall belt conveyor from Bilt-Rite Conveyors Inc., Garfield, N.J.