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STOCKCAP
STOCKCAP specialise in caps and plugs for thread protection, sealing, masking and finishing your products. They can supply push-in, screw-in, push-on and blank-off styles in flexible or rigid plastics to suit all your needs. Established in 1950, STOCKCAP ...
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Australia's leading manufacturer of Radiator Caps, Fuel Filler Caps, Cigar Lighters, Power Sockets and Fuel Venting Components. CPC’s product range also includes Fuel System Vapour Management Valves, Oil Caps, Thermostats and Gaskets. Products manufactured ...
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Kelvindale Products are an Australian Company specialising in the manufacture and supply of Protective Caps and Plugs. Kelvindale Products supply a range of Tapered Caps and Plugs, Non-Threaded Caps and Plugs, Threaded Caps and Plugs, Large Caps and ...
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Allied Heat Transfer was founded in January 2000 by a group of heat transfer specialists whose aim is to provide for industry the highest quality heat transfer products at the most attractive prices.
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24/07/08 - CPC Auto Components & Preslite Drive Technologies has launched a new range of valves. CPC Auto Components & Preslite Drive Technologies’ fuel valve range currently includes Inlet Check Valves and other miscellaneous check valves. Further, Roll over valves ...
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06/06/08 - CPC Auto Components & Preslite Drive Technologies offers a complete range of Standard and Coolant recovery Radiator Caps for applications in cars and trucks.
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13/09/06 - As the market place should be aware, CPC radiator caps have a unique annular seal that not only seals the surface of the radiator neck but also the inside of the neck to help prevent any splash back when there is pressure in the cooling system and the ...
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12/09/06 - There are two important factors that govern the boiling point of the vehicle: The first is the saturation boiling point of the cooling fluid. The second is the pressure that the fluid is under.

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