Bunker fuel is a kind of fuel supplied to ships and aircraft, both domestic and foreign, consisting primarily of residual and distillate fuel oil for ships and kerosene-based jet fuel for aircraft.

Bookbinding is described as the process of physically assembling a book from a number of separate sheets of paper or other material .

Brake also called Wheel chair lock is a component of wheelchair whether manual or powered by a battery. They are
available in several different designs, and can be mounted at various heights to maximize convenience to the user.

Blower-dryer is described as a motor-driven attachment with a blower and electric- or steam-heated coil, mounted on top of a dishwasher for quick drying of Ware at the end of the final rinse cycle.

Bench press is described as a hand-operated attaching machine , that when equipped with the proper chucks and dies, is used to make a snap fastener attachment . Typical bench press styles employ lever type actions and make one-segment (male or female) attachments at a time.

Bell is described as a resonant metal object, closed at one end (the crown) and open at the other (the mouth). It is struck on the inside of its soundbow by the clapper which is free to swing in the direction of the bell's motion.

Book cloth is specially prepared cloth material used as a covering material for book covers. A thin, woven cloth (like muslin) that has been dyed, filled, impregnated or coated with some compound, and subjected to heat and pressure.

Bobbin refers to a cylinder or spindle on which yarn or thread is wound (as in a sewing machine ); any of various small round devices on which threads are wound for working handmade lace; and a coil of insulated wire or the reel it is wound on Likewise, it is a cotton cord formerly used by dressmakers for piping.

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