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  • Article - 21 Nov 2009
    Unlike 304L, Type 304H has a higher carbon content making the steel more suitable for use in applications where elevated temperatures are present. This article outlines the chemical and mechanical...
  • Article - 23 Mar 2001
    A relatively new process for manufacturing heat exchangers from copper and copper alloys. It has the advantage over copper/brass systems that it produces stronger brazed joints, less waste and is a...
  • Article - 23 Aug 2010
    U.S. Titanium Industry has more than 20 years production experience for welded tube production. We have 6 advanced automatic welded production lines that were imported from Italy and America.
  • Article - 7 Feb 2001
    Brasses are alloys of copper and zinc (generally 5 to 40%). They are used for high pressure gas valves, gilding metals, plumbing systems and heat exchangers.
  • Article - 7 Feb 2001
    Bronzes (sometimes called phosphor bronzes) are alloys of copper and tin. While best known for their historical value they are used for self lubricating bearings, pumps, valves, electrical contacts...
  • Article - 20 Aug 2001
    Properties such as low density, good strength at elevated temperatures, high strength and excellent corrosion resistance have seen titanium used extensively in industries such as aerospace, process...
  • Article - 2 Mar 2021
    Discover when the use of dry ice condenser or a recirculating chiller is really of benefit.
  • Article - 2 Mar 2021
    The Heidolph 'Reflux Condenser Buyer’s Guide' looks at the advantages and disadvantages of reflux condensers, as well as what to consider when buying one.
  • Article - 29 Sep 2020
    Next-generation, electronic rotary evaporators are beginning to offer tangible and significant performance benefits.
  • Article - 6 Sep 2021
    Reflux chemistry is incredibly commonly used and is one of the most useful chemical techniques. However, this does not mean it always goes off without a hitch. This article discusses the most common...