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Comfortable and lightweight for smooth rolling
Cage designed to keep the cover from walk off
Threaded ergonomic handle will fit on any extension pole
Ergonomic Shur-Grip Handle for maximum comfort and reduced fatigue
Patented, Hold-Tite cage prevents roller walk-off.Threaded for extension poles
Shur-Line's 9 inches premium shur grip Ergo frame is for all large painting jobs. Ergonomic handle reduces fatigue, while the hold tight cage prevents roller walk off.
"h3"From the Manufacturer
"p"Shur-Line invented the first paint roller with a removable cover in 1945 and our-years of experience have paved the way for do-it-yourselfers and professional painters to achieve flawless paint application. Shur-Line's patented technologies continue to set the standard for quality paint rollers. Shur-Line invented the advanced technology of our thermo-bond process in which the roller cover fabric is thermally fused to the core. This eliminates adhesive failure associated with traditional cardboard and pvc plastic cores. Thermo-bond cores are tough and impervious to paint solvents and water. This results in roller covers that are virtually indestructible and roll smoothly every time. Shur-Line's proprietary fabrics use the proper fiber crimping for optimum painting performance. Knit fabric rollers can be used for the majority of jobs and rollers made with woven fabrics provide the smoothest finish for specialized applications. All Shur-Line rollers undergo an advanced finishing process that results in low linting and leaves a uniform paint finish. This exciting innovation provides smoother coverage, faster clean up, paint sticking to the wall and not to the roller.
Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases (ARD) is an international peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of rheumatology, which includes the full spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions, arthritic disease, and connective tissue disorders. ARD publishes basic, clinical, and translational scientific research, including the most important recommendations for the management of various conditions.
Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases considers unsolicited submissions of a variety of article types, including original research articles (extended and concise reports), viewpoints, and letters to the Editor.
The Author Information section provides general guidelines and requirements for specific article types.
These aim to clearly explain the results of the research studies as well as any implications for treatment of the specific condition. The summaries are written in plain language in a consistently structured format and checked for accuracy and readability by experts and patient representatives.
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