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Edwin Gaynor Company
Efector, Inc.
Emco Maier Corporation
Empire Level Manufacturing Co.

Eraser Co., Inc.
Esselte Pendaflex Corp.

Essex-Brownell Products
Everest Imaging


 

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Edwin Gaynor Company

200 Charles St.
Stratford, CT 06497
Phone: (203) 378-5545
Toll Free: (800) 342-9667
e-mail: info@egaynor.com

Electrical Switches - These replacement switches were used to repair a large fluorescent light table, which is invaluable when looking at large numbers of photographic slides.

 


Efector, Inc.

7004 Vancouver Dr.
Plano, TX 75024
Phone: (972) 484-3820
Fax: (972) 484-3824

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Proximity Switches -  These inductive proximity switches are used to inform the control panel when the lifting platform is at a particular location, e.g., either at the top or the bottom of the conservation vat.  They, in effect, automatically turn the winches off when the lifting platform reaches the end of travel.


 

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Emco Maier Corporation

2841 Charter Street
Columbus, OH 43228
Toll Free: (800) 841- 0626
Tel. (614) 771-5991
Fax: (614) 771-5990

CNC Lathe & Milling Support - The Nautical Archaeology Program recently obtained Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Lathe & Milling Machines for the Ship Model Lab. Emco Maier has generously supplied manuals and technical assistance needed to get the machines operational



 

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Empire Level Manufacturing Co.

W229 N1420 Westwood Dr.
Waukesha, WI 53187
Toll Free: (800) 636-8425
Fax: (414) 521-3164

Polycast Levels - These levels will help maintain the necessary angles needed by lab personnel to reconstruct the hull of the Belle.



 

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Eraser Co., Inc.

P.O. Box 4961, Oliva Dr. 
Syracuse, NY 13221 
Toll Free: (800) 724-0594
Phone: (315) 454-3237
Fax: (315) 454-3090
E-mail: eraser@dreamscape.com

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Fiberglass Brushes - The donation of fiberglass brushes provides one of the important tools used to complete the conservation process of non-ferrous artifacts. The final mechanical cleaning and restoration of the original luster of the artifact is done in preparation for final sealing and display or storage of the artifact.



 

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Esselte Pendaflex Corp.

71 Clinton Rd.
Garden City, NY 11530-4711
Phone: (516) 741-3200
Fax: (516) 741-3592

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Label Tape - Tags are used to display artifact numbers, which serve as a means by which to place artifacts within their site- specific archaeological contexts. They also aid in the tracking of individual artifacts during their conservation procedures. Dymo label makers are used to replace destroyed artifact tags, as well as to create new tags in instances where the conservation process reveals the presence of new artifacts not previously recorded.



 

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Essex-Brownell Products

1 Commerce Way
Tewksbury, MA 01876
Toll Free: (800) 805-4636
Fax: (800) 439-5696

Silicone RTV Molding Compound - Silicone RTV is a high-strength mold-making compound that is used for the production of molds of diagnostic features of artifacts, for example, the crests and lifting handles on the brass cannon from the Belle.



 

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Everest Imaging

11500 Metric Blvd. 
Austin, TX 78708-0269 
Phone: (512) 833-9400 
Fax: (512) 833-9410 

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Flexible Shaft Fiberscope - The flexible fiberscope donated by Everest Imaging enables the conservator to critically examine the interior of concretion molds, cannon barrels, and other hard-to-reach locations. The fiberscope also aids the conservator in determining whether or not the interior void of a concretion mold is sufficiently clean of corrosion debris, for epoxy casting to be optimally effective. The fiberscope has its own light source, and coupled with a camera and mounting adapter, enables the conservator to photograph the interior images prior to casting.

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