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Specimen Products - Products

Specimen Products offers a wide variety of products for sale from their showroom. The string instruments, tube amplifiers, and horn speakers produced by Specimen use experimental designs and materials, or seek to reinvent antique designs or concepts.

Sheridan Products - Products

• Tube stamped "SHERIDAN PRODUCTS INC. ---RACINE WIS--- on right side (1949 - 1951)

Sheridan Products - Products

Last year of the Original Sheridan Products Inc. produced Streaks, before being purchased by its competitor the Benjamin company.

Sheridan Products - Products

Model C (Streak) (1949–1976) Total Production: Unknown. Velocity: Variable to 700 fps. Designed to be less costly to produce than the Model A (Super) and the Model B (Sporter). Although less costly to produce when compared to the Super and Sporter Grade, the Model C were still well constructed Airguns using quality materials. They utilized walnut stocks, aluminum receiver, bronze barrel and pump tube. A different valve mechanism was used in the Model C than in the previous Model A and B. It was dubbed the "Streaks" with the Silver Streak being first with its Nickel finish, followed by Blue Streak in a black oxide finish in 1952. The only difference between the two Streaks is the finish. MSRP 19.95 at introduction and was soon selling for $23.95 (1949–50). Sheridan Products Inc was acquired by its competitor, the Benjamin Air Rifle Company in 1977, thus ending the original line of Sheridan Model C's in 1976.* *(Benjamin Air Rifle Company continued producing Model C's until 1992 when the company was purchased by competitor Crosman Corporation. Changes to the design of the Model C were made by both Benjamin and Crosman.)

Speck Products - Products

Speck Products makes cases such as the SmartFlex Card phone case and the HandyShell tablet case.

Sheridan Products - Products

Model F (1975-1990) Total Production: Unknown. Velocity: Approx. 500fps. 5mm or .20 caliber, single shot, bolt action. Though very similar to the Model C, the Model F is powered via CO2. With a Walnut stock and rocker-type thumb safety, this airgun is a great collector's rifle, known for its accuracy. As previously noted, in 1977 Sheridan Products Inc. was acquired by the Benjamin Air Rifle Co., also ending line of original Sheridan Model F's in 1976. For help in dating your model, find the Serial number on the barrel. Then utilize the Benjamin & Sheridan Product Dates of Manufacture charts found at: http://www.crosman.com/discover/crosman/benjamin-product-dates

Fermented milk products - Products

Many different types of cultured milk products can be found around the world including milk, cheese, yogurt, other cultured dairy foods, ice cream and more.

Jarden Zinc Products - Products

The company's largest source of revenue comes from the production of over 300 billion coin blanks annually. The company also supplies zinc strips used in various cathodic protection, building, automotive, architectural, and specialty products. Such products include zinc galvanic anodes, LifeJacket, and LifeDowel automotive blade fuses, metal flashing, guttering systems, plumbing hardware, wall cladding, braille, organ pipes, counter tops, signs, and medals among other niche items.

Air Products & Chemicals - Products

Air Products produces semiconductor materials, refinery hydrogen, natural gas liquefaction (LNG) technology and equipment, epoxy additives, gas cabinets, advanced coatings and adhesives. It is also noted as addressing the hydrogen fuel cell economy through hydrogen fueling stations as well as its personal care chemicals business.

Maypole Dairy Products - Products

This company is known for its frozen yogurt, sherbet, no-sugar-added ice cream, and ice cream products. Maypole has stuck to an old-fashioned way of producing their products. This company uses a slow method of pasteurization in small batches to make sure the quality and flavors that are derived from places around the world is good. Maypole Dairy Products sells over 70 various flavors. They are known to deliver their products to businesses and restaurants who then sell it. They do not sell their product to grocery stores.

Simms Fishing Products - Products

Simms manufactures a wide range of men's and women's waders, boots, outerware, apparel and travel accessories for fishers and outdoors enthusiasts. It retails its products through a worldwide network of independent fly fishing shops, large sporting goods retailers and online retailers. In 2012, 30 percent of its sales were international and Simms maintains warehouses in Europe, Japan and New Zealand. Simms Fishing Products have won Field & Stream Magazine's Best of the Best award eight times since 1998 including awards for waders, wading boots, jackets and travel bags. In 2016, Simms was awarded the President's "E" Award in recognition of its export business.

Micro Precision Products - Products

Other products included enlargers (even for large format), projectors, dark slides, carrying cases and a flashgun that was similar in design and appearance to Graflex models.

Air Products & Chemicals - Products

Air Products serves customers in technology, energy, healthcare, food and industrial markets worldwide with atmospheric industrial gases (mainly oxygen, nitrogen, argon, hydrogen and carbon dioxide), process and specialty gases, performance materials and chemical intermediates.

Engineered Glass Products - Products

Marsco Glass Products is the world’s leading manufacturer of coated glass for self-cleaning ovens. Designed for safety and energy savings, the company’s Heat Barrier coating is applied to one side of the glass in the HBI product line and both sides of the glass in the HBII product line.

Air Products & Chemicals - Products

Air Products also provided the liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen fuel for the Space Shuttle External Tank. Air Products has had a working relationship with NASA for 50 years and has supplied the liquid hydrogen used for every Space Shuttle launch and the Mercury and Apollo missions.

Innovative Hearth Products - Products

IHP deals in focused markets such as industrial, residential new construction, and specialty retail. Their products are available in both the United States and Canada through various distributors and specialty hearth dealers. Their product lines include gas, electric, and wood fireplaces for both indoor and outdoor settings. They also produce additional products and accessories such as fireplace inserts, free-standing stoves, gas log sets, and venting products.

Westland Milk Products - Products

Westland manufactures a variety of products derived from milk, ranging from commodity milk powders to infant nutrition products. The full range of products is as follows:

ALF Products - Early products

ALF's first products were adaptations of the punched tape reader in the Model 33ASR Teletype which allowed it to operate at higher speeds. Display-based terminals were becoming popular for use on time-shared systems, and they could operate at higher speeds than the Teletype. ALF created an interface card which allowed the Teletype's reader, which normally reads 10 characters per second, to read at 30 characters per second when used with a display-based terminal. It was sold only to schools in the local district; no attempt was made for larger marketing. Another version allowed the reader to operate at 55 characters per second, but modems that could operate at such speeds were not widely used at that time.

International Safety Products - Products

ISP manufactures more than 170,000 products a year.

Burger King products - Products

The range of products sold usually depends on the time of day. Lunch items such as hamburgers and fries are traditionally not served during breakfast time. However, some BK stores do sell food under their "Burgers for Breakfast" program. While for several years the company dictated hours to its franchisees in the United States, that changed with the sale of the company in 2010. The new owners relaxed the mandated hours for stores to be open from 6 am to midnight Monday through Saturday and 7 am to midnight on Sundays; franchises were encouraged to stay open later or for 24 hours in markets that could support the business.

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