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Locking Zipper For Plastic Sheets
New from the Startex Corp. is a locking system for tieing plastic sheets together and holding them in place.
The locking device works like a portable zipper. However, instead of zipping together, it uses a rod and tube principle to lock sheets of plastic in place to keep them from being torn by the wind, and to help produce a moisture-proof seal on plastic being used to protect hay stacks, silage piles, grain, machinery or whatever.
Called "Weather Out", the snaptogether locking system requires no special tools for installation, or for placing or removing the plastic.
Cost of the locking system is 20 cents per ft.
For more details, and a free sample of the locking device, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Startex Corp. ,1031 West 80th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 55420 (ph 612 888-5501).

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