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Acronym for the Americans with Disabilities Act, a document which outlines standards for handicap accessibility and other guidelines that often pertain to the safety of various cord covers, drop-over cable channels and ramps.
American National Standards Institute document which outlines criteria for Safety Symbols.
A synthetic carbamate polymer, which has many commercial uses. Polyurethane was developed during World War Two, when scientists found that it was an acceptable alternative to rubber. Polyurethane is now widely used in the manufacture of foam, impact and chemical resistant coatings, Spandex fibers, cable jackets and heavy-duty cord covers.