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    Goodfellow supplies metals, ceramics and other materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry worldwide. The Goodfellow group consists of...
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    Hiden Isochema is a world leader in the design and manufacture of gas and vapor sorption instrumentation for research, development and production applications in surface chemistry and materials...
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    Metcar is the trade name for a unique family of oil-free, self-lubricating, materials that have been under continuous development by Metallized Carbon Corporation for over sixty years. Metallized...
  • Article - 26 Feb 2001
    Mechanical seals are important in many industries such as process, automotive and aerospace. This article looks at classes of seals, materials selection, surface finish and design.
  • Article - 29 May 2001
    These materials combine the strength, hardness and wear resistance of carbon with the corrosion resistance and self lubricating properties of graphite. They can be impregnated with various materials...
  • News - 15 Nov 2016
    At Composites Europe in Dusseldorf, Germany (November 29 – December 1) Hexcel will be promoting composite materials for Automotive, Wind Energy and Recreation markets and launching new products...
  • News - 16 Dec 2010
    Fortified with iron: It's not just for breakfast cereal anymore. University of Illinois researchers have demonstrated a simpler method of adding iron to tiny carbon spheres to create catalytic...
  • News - 7 Jan 2022
    A new paper published in the journal Materials by a group of researchers has demonstrated the potential and challenges of using phase change materials (PCM)-incorporated concrete in...
  • Article - 18 Aug 2017
    Liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been a niche product for a long time because of its energy-intensive production process. Of late it is becoming a progressively hot topic.
  • Article - 11 Jan 2002
    Stainless steels are generally low in maintenance, although some are required to maximize corrosion resistance and removal of surface contamination.