New low-cost Utile Plast verifies moulds in minutes -
and does dozens of other jobs.

Utile Plast moulds like plasticine, sets like rock,
can be used again and again!

Newly available in Britain and exclusive to Plan-B Marketing
(got to www.utileplast.co.uk), is Utile Plast, a remarkable
new polymer that can quickly be hand-worked to any shape,
sets so hard that a wrench can be used to tighten or loosen it,
and can then be used again, just by heating it in hot water.

Press a ball of Utile Plast into an injection mould and you create
within minutes a precise sample moulding that reveals any faults
or imperfections instantly - all without wasting valuable machine
time.  Just try to tear or break the flashings around the instant
moulding and you will prove how strong Utile Plast can be.

Utile Plast has literally hundreds of uses in every factory or workplace.
 Temporary uses include stabilising two pieces of metal for precise
welding, replacing a broken handle on a hand tool, keeping two
surfaces together while epoxy adhesive cures or making a precisely
accurate nut or bolt.  Permanent uses might include making an
elbow to join two pipes, repairing a broken handle on a drawer,
making hinges where the original size is no longer available, or
making a window stay.  People use Utile Plast to repair castors
on factory equipment, to make a coat hook to go into an existing
hole in the wall or to make experimental proving jigs before going
to the expense of fabricating the real thing.  Utile Plast isn't just
handy and fun - used intelligently for development projects in the
R&D lab it can save a great deal of time and money.

Utile Plast comes as granules in a pack.  Pour the granules into
boiling water and they rapidly become an easily mouldable mass.
 To make (for example) a nut for a bolt whose nut has been lost,
just mould an appropriate mass of Utile Plast around the thread,
use a broad jawed spanner to create a hexagon, trim up the edges
with a knife before the material cures, and wait a short while - put
the Utile Plast into cold water if you want to speed things up.  When
the material has cured - just a few minutes - you can use the spanner
to unscrew the new nut.
When Utile Plast used for a temporary repair has fulfilled its purpose,
just drop it into boiling water and it quickly becomes malleable again.
 It never deteriorates and you can use it over and over again.  Find
out more about Utile Plast at www.utileplast.co.uk, where you can
buy packs of Utile Plast in various sizes securely on line.  Try it, find
out how versatile and useful it is, then contact Plan-B Marketing Ltd
on 01892 664499 to discuss larger quantity orders.

The new on-line shop at www.plan-b.co.uk has been set up by Steve
Moorey of the well-known Sussex-based PVL (Pressure Vacuum
Level Ltd) to make many types of essential instrumentation more
accessible and easily purchased at highly competitive prices.

The site at www.plan-b.co.uk is selling measurement instrumentation
for compressed air flow, level, temperature, leak detection, ultrasound
generation and the measurement of elevation in surveying.  And that's
just the start - many more products, currently being evaluated, will be
added over the next few months.

But Utile Plast is available now.  Just go to www.utileplast.co.uk, and
you can buy securely on line with a card.  Or phone Plan-B Marketing
Ltd on 01892 664499.

For more information, contact...

PVL Limited
Unit 9, Lexden Lodge Industrial Estate, CROWBOROUGH TN6 2NQ. UK.
Tel : +44(0) 1892 664499
Fax : +44(0) 1892 663690
Email : david.almond@pvl.co.uk
Website : www.pvl.co.uk

August 2006

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