The ‘Zep’ is the future of industrial casters

The zep industrial towel is the next frontier in industrial caster technology.

A Japanese startup called Zep is working to develop industrial casings, which are the same way as traditional industrial towels are made, but designed to last longer.

Zep’s technology has been a hit with customers, and they’re looking to expand into more industries, such as cleaning and security.

ZEP said it has plans to open up factory facilities in China to make zep products.

But in the long term, the company wants to make its products commercially available.

“It’s about using the zep technology to provide more affordable, flexible and environmentally friendly solutions to industrial processes,” Zep founder and CEO Hiroshi Iida said.

“We want to be the first to bring these technologies to the industrial industry.”

Zep industrial zips are used in manufacturing industries such as aerospace and aerospace products.

Iida says Zep has already sold about 3,000 zep units to the Japanese military.

The company plans to expand its factory facilities into China and South Korea.

Industrial Zips are made of an elastic material called nylon, which can be stretched or stretched and then stretched again.

When the fabric is stretched, it becomes stiff and it has a very long lifespan.

Ieda says the zips can be used to create fabrics that last 10, 20 or even 50 years.

The zep product is not a new technology, and there’s a long history of zep fabric being used in industrial applications, such the industrial laundry, he said.

“There is a very clear and well-known product called the Zep-Konze,” Iida explained.

“It’s a type of fabric made from zep, a flexible, non-toxic, lightweight fabric.

It has a lifespan of five years and it’s very well known.”

But the ZEP industrial towel was created in response to a new trend that Iida sees as the future.

Iida is optimistic about the zeps future.

Zeps new technology is likely to lead to a shift away from industrial zippers, as well as other consumer electronics and clothing.

Iada believes the zippers will be replaced by zep-made clothing and industrial fabric.

While Zep hasn’t sold a zep factory in Japan yet, the startup has raised more than $200,000 to date.

Zep has plans in China, South Korea, and Japan.

Iota believes zep will be used in industries including manufacturing, automotive and security as well.

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