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    For over 50 years, Zeus has grown to be a leader in the development and production of high-performance fluoropolymer tubing, as well as providing innovation in post-production finishing and strategic...
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    Operations that struggle with the challenges of inventory management and timely replenishment of all types of powders and bulk solids can monitor silo levels on their smartphone, tablet, or desktop...
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    With over 40-years experience in flow meter innovation - Titan Enterprises Ltd are a leading UK-based manufacturer and suppliers of high-performance liquid flow measuring solutions. Titan’s...
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    Postnova Analytics' mission is to solve analytical problems in biotechnology, polymer and particle science. Advanced Analytical Products Postnova always and only offers high quality...
  • Article - 19 Dec 2007
    Super-flexible wires, electrodes and interconnections were developed using conductive adhesives containing Ag particles dispersed in a silicone-based binder. These expected to be a key technology for...
  • Article - 10 Sep 2001
    PVDF posses the highest tensile strength of all processable fluorocarbons. Contains a general overview of the polymer Polyvinylidenedifluoride including relative advantages, disadvantages and...
  • Article - 16 Apr 2003
    Zotefoams have developed a range of foamed engineering polymers using a unique manufacturing technology. Materials, properties and applications are briefly outlined. Posted January 2003
  • Article - 13 Mar 2008
    Contained herein is a listi of engineering thermoplastics and whether or not they are FDA approved. The list includes such polymers as nylon, PTFE, PVC, PAI, PVDF, PPS and polycarbonate.
  • Article - 13 Mar 2008
    Wear occurs when two materials under load slide against each other. This wear occurs in such devices as rotating shafts. The wear resistance of a range of engineering theroplastics such as nylon,...
  • Article - 13 Mar 2008
    The following thermal expansions chart compares the "Coefficient of linear thermal expansion" for a range of engineering theroplastics such as nylon, PTFE, PVC, PAI, PVDF, PPS and polycarbonate.