Binder is a term to referring to a polymetic substance (e.g. starch-based adhesives) used to strengthen unfired glaze surfaces.

See also:
"Binder" is in the HS Code "5607.21"
- -- Binder or baler twine

"Binder" is in the UNSPSC Code "44122025"
Binder pockets or accessories

Ref: 120668/2006-09-23

Binder refers to film-forming ingredient that binds the particles together in a paint.

-see also:
"Binder" is in the HS Code "5607.41"
- -- Binder or baler twine

"Binder" is in the UNSPSC Code "44122024"
Binder handles

Ref: 86443/2006-09-15

Binder pertains to the upper and lower holding surfaces which control metal flow around a shape to be formed in a draw operation.

-see also:
"Binder" is in the HS Code "5607.21"
- -- Binder or baler twine

"Binder" is in the UNSPSC Code "44122028"
Binder mounting channels

Ref: 122562/2006-10-10

Binder is described as the upper and lower holding surfaces which control metal flow around a shape to be formed in a draw operation.

-see also:
"Binder" is in the HS Code "5607.21"
- -- Binder or baler twine

"Binder" is in the UNSPSC Code "44122105"
Binder or bulldog clips

Ref: 122126/2006-09-22


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