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    Freeman Technology specialises in systems for measuring the flow properties of powders and has over 20 years’ experience in powder flow and powder characterisation. The company invests...
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    Alemnis enables breakthrough academic research in material science by providing leading-edge micro- and nanomechanical property measurement instruments that can be applied in a wide variety of testing...
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    For more than 40 years, Evonik's ROHACELL structural foam has been offering the aerospace and automotive industries, medical technology and other markets boundless possibilities for creating high...
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    For over 80 years, General Plastics has been a recognized pioneer in the plastics industry. It develops and manufactures high-density polyurethane foam products, including its signature rigid and...
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    PerkinElmer Food Safety and Quality is committed to providing the innovative analytical tools needed to ensure the global supply of high-quality, safe and unadulterated foods. Our instruments are...
  • News - 27 Nov 2018
    Master Bond EP17HTND-CCM is a new single component epoxy that is not premixed and frozen. It is more convenient to handle, apply and store than typical two component glob top systems. This black, heat...
  • News - 29 Oct 2018
    Master Bond UV26 is a new one part UV curable system featuring an exceptionally high glass transition temperature (Tg) ranging from 160 to 170°C. This NASA low outgassing certified compound also...
  • News - 8 Mar 2017
    Glasses are not technically solid in a crystallized form, however, they are substances frozen in a liquid-like structure. There are many fundamental questions regarding how exactly glasses form...
  • News - 2 Nov 2016
    Widely used in the electronic, aerospace, optical and specialty OEM industries, Master Bond EP126 excels in high temperature applications up to +600°F. This two component product features...
  • News - 14 Jul 2016
    The most ordinary phenomena in science can appear to be extremely mysterious. For instance, glass is developed by cooling a liquid quickly until it solidifies. Questions arise from this, such as, how...