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  • Wear/Abrasion Resistance
    using a 5150 ABRASER (Taber Industries) with CS-17 Taber wheels at. 1000 g load and 10,000 cycles at 70 rpm. The abrasion resistance, expressed as wear index, is given at the. weight loss per 1,000 cycles. Results. Taber results for three typical aluminum alloys anodized by the METALAST Type III
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    (ME-92, from ME-92 Operations) to improve wear resistance. The article begins with a brief survey of stainless steels their various categories, uses, and physical and chemical properties. A section on wear introduces the types and causes of wear, reviewing galling, seizure, and abrasion. Several
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    hard segments provide melting temperatures of 175 C and below, whereas use of some polyester-based TPEs leads to melting points of 200 C. A number of the important mechanical properties of these multiblock copolymers such as tensile strength or abrasion resistance are also determined
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    . The material is tough and abrasion resistant with high-impact strength and excellent flexural and tensile properties. It has a low coefficient of friction and resists attack by a wide range of organic and inorganic chemicals and solvents. Implantable-grade PEEK polymer, which is suitable
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    abrasion can work well. Fluoropolymers represent a special situation. The very low surface energies of fluoropolymers (18 28-dyne level) require extensive surface preparation for most adhesives. Sodium naphthenate and potassium hydroxide etches are effective, and some methods for direct priming have been
  • Medical Device Link . Deformation, Morphology, and Wear Behavior of Polyethylene Used in Orthopedic Implants
    corresponding to an increase in the degree of cross-linking.14 19 However, it should be noted that these studies have not yet addressed the resistance of cross-linked UHMWPE to third-body wear, which is abrasion that results from the presence of hard particles that do not originate from either
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    characteristics of a thermoplastic. TPVs are used in medical, wire-and-cable, and automotive applications. Thermoplastic Polyurethanes. Based on either a polyester or a polyether formulation, TPUs provide outstanding abrasion and tear resistance. They are used in the medical equipment industry
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    and plastication section, only specific components may have to be replaced during preventive maintenance procedures. By the same token, expensive high-alloy corrosion- and abrasion-resistant metallurgies can be employed only where protection against wear is needed. SCREW DESIGN. The heart of any
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    that, compared with traditional polyurethane biomaterials, offer advantages in biostability, thromboresistance, abrasion resistance, thermal stability, and surface lubricity, among other properties.18 Copolymer synthesis is performed via two methods: incorporation of silicone into the polymer backbone
  • Medical Device Link . How to Implement a UPN System
    type of material the label will be affixed and the environments in which it will be applied and scanned. For example, some labels will go through a sterilization process, some will be shipped in a hot truck, and some may be subject to abrasion because of multiple scans by a wand scanner. Label face

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