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Highly Stable and Reproducible Particle Analysis Measurements: An Interview with Betty Petrillo

Highly Stable and Reproducible Particle Analysis Measurements: An Interview with Betty Petrillo

Betty Petrillo, Product Specialist with Anton Paar, taslks to AZoM.com about the new LitesizerTM 500, an instrument that gives a rapid and accurate insight into particle systems. [More]
A Comparison Between Extren Vs Aluminum

A Comparison Between Extren Vs Aluminum

EXTREN® from Strongwell is a proprietary combination of thermosetting polyester or vinyl ester resin systems and fiberglass reinforcements. It is fabricated in over 100 standard shapes. [More]
Key Features of Fiberglass and Why You Should Choose it

Key Features of Fiberglass and Why You Should Choose it

Fiberglass reinforced polymer (FRP) or “fiberglass” is a composite composed of a polymer resin matrix where glass fibers are embedded to impart reinforcement. The type, quantity, orientation, and location of the glass fibers within a fiberglass component determine its strength. [More]
Why Specifying Power Tubes with an Increased Dielectric Strength is Important in High-Voltage Applications

Why Specifying Power Tubes with an Increased Dielectric Strength is Important in High-Voltage Applications

With multi-sector technological developments continuing to demand smaller parts having enhanced service life and greater performances, Manager of New Business for Morgan Advanced Materials, Joerg-Uwe Wichert, evaluates the reason for specifying power tubes with an increased dielectric strength [More]
Proving ROI for 3D Scanning Technology in Industrial Quality Assurance Applications - An Interview with C. Martin Schuster

Proving ROI for 3D Scanning Technology in Industrial Quality Assurance Applications - An Interview with C. Martin Schuster

In this interview, Martin Schuster of Laser Design, Inc. talks about how replacing traditional QA systems with 3D scanning can streamline processes and reduce time-to-market. [More]

A Comparison between Thermal Fluid and Steam

Thermal fluid systems are substituting steam in a wide range of process applications. They offer uniform and accurate temperature control, resulting in better product quality and production, reduced maintenance, years of highly efficient service, and improved safety for humans and the environment. [More]

Detection, Removal, and Prevention of Water in Thermal Oil Systems

A best practice before starting up a new thermal oil system is to take a sample from a low point drain into a glass jar. [More]
Comparing the Particle and Rheology of Smoothies Made with Different Blenders

Comparing the Particle and Rheology of Smoothies Made with Different Blenders

Smoothies have been available for almost a century, although it was not until the development, evolution, and commercialization of the blender between 1920 and 1950 that home-made smoothies were possible. [More]
Using the Power Law Model to Evaluate Product Spreading Characteristics on a Rotational Rheometer

Using the Power Law Model to Evaluate Product Spreading Characteristics on a Rotational Rheometer

The visual and textural perception of a product by a consumer and its behavior during usage can be greatly influenced by its rheological properties. [More]
Analyzing Advanced Aluminum Alloys with Handheld LIBS

Analyzing Advanced Aluminum Alloys with Handheld LIBS

In comparison with X-ray technology, aluminum alloy sorting and chemical analysis can be performed comprehensively and rapidly using handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). [More]