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Subject: Re: ultra-fine meshed plancton nets
From: Tri Pham <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 12 Jul 1996 08:02:20 +1000

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Here, in Australia, we use a kind of epoxy called "superglue" which allow 
you to glue anything on any surface providing you have a rough surface 
(to sick on better). 
If you are going to glue the fine mesh on a plastic container which is 
going to be used as cod end of a pyramid idol shape, there is better way 
of doing it. 
Until last year, I used a small diameter aluminium pipe as frame then 
claimed the lid of that container which is cut out to make a hole on the 
top to that frame. the fine mesh plankton net is clamped to this frame 
and all I have to do was screw and unscrew the container to the lid. 
Perhaps it is hard to explain clearly through the mail. If you are using 
the plastic container as cod end and wanting to know more about my 
method, please let me know and I will try to send you a photograph of 
what I have got, it may be easier to understand.
Keep in touch.
Tri Pham
Zoology Department
University of Queensland
QLD 4072
On Thu, 11 Jul 1996, Anne Mette Kvenseth wrote:
> Dear netters!
> I need help on a practical problem. Does anyone know a better way to glue
> fine meshed (eg. 90 Ám mesh size) plancton nets to plastic pipes (or to any
> other surface) than using aquarium silicone?
> Any tips will be appreciated!
> Thanks!
> Anne Mette
> Anne-Mette Kvenseth
> Tlf: 55 54 44 42 / 55 54 44 00
> Fax: 55 54 44 50
> Fish Health Group
> Dept. of Fisheries and Marine Biology
> University og Bergen, Norway
> Email: [log in to unmask]

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