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MSA Adhesive Compresses

Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2007 21:55
by Firetoad
A PDF file to reproduce a Mine Safety Appliances sixteen (16) count box of 1" x 3" adhesive compresses. Enjoy everyone!

Posted: Mon Jan 15, 2007 18:02
by Ben
Nice reproduction Firetoad, thanks for posting on the site.

Many thanks,
Ben

Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2007 23:43
by Alain
Hi Firetoad,
Thanks for posting the medical paperwork !
I just have following query - why not indicate the color on ALL pdf files ? I'm afraid some people will not know how to reproduce the goodies, if they have never seen an original ... this might help, don't you think ?

Is your MSA Adhesive Compresses box based on an original ? and again, what is the chipboard's color ? Thanks for letting us know .

Regards,
Alain

Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 00:26
by Firetoad
Alain,

I should probably be more specific in some of my descriptions and I may take for granted what we have readily available here in the States. When referring to chipboard, standard chipboard is natural in color. Yes, there are coated forms of chipboard, etc. but it is generally not considered chipboard per se.

As far as a copy vs. original, I reproduced the file from an original. Here is a scan of the original:

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MSA Adhesive Compresses

Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 08:03
by Alain
Thanks for posting an illustration of the original item Firetoad,
I have a similar item, also manufactured by MSA, but with less elaborate markings up front, hence my question .

Regards,
Alain

Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 14:52
by Firetoad
Not a problem! Glad to help!

Re: MSA Adhesive Compresses

Posted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 18:26
by Gray Ghost
Does anyone have a copy of this file? The link is broken and I can't find it in anywhere else.

Brandon

Re: MSA Adhesive Compresses

Posted: Fri Nov 15, 2013 04:32
by TenthA86

Re: MSA Adhesive Compresses

Posted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 06:28
by Gray Ghost
Thanks for the link. Unfortunately, I don't see anything with that file name, I even checked everything that sounded similar. No dice.