Products & Services

See also: Categories | Technical Articles | More Information
Page: 1

Conduct Research Top

  • Ester / Diester Fluids
    Fluids are based upon phosphate ester, dibasic ester, polyol ester, silicate ester or diester compounds. Phosphate esters and other synthetic fluids tend to have the highest fire resistance and cost. They are generally used in a diluted form with concentrations from 3% to 10%. Synthetic fluids
  • Medical Device Link . Clear, Radiation-Tolerant, Autoclavable Polypropylene
    polypropylenes were homopolymers stabilized with small quantities of phenolic antioxidants and large amounts of sulfide diester secondary antioxidants. These materials did discolor slightly after irradiation. The modern resins that are most successful in withstanding irradiation exhibit reduced crystallinity
  • Improving Reciprocating Compressor Valve Life
    lubricant. If you operate a lubricated style of compressor, you should consider upgrading the cylinder lubricant from petroleum oil to a diester based synthetic. This move has proven very effective at reducing valve maintenance. The diester lubricant eliminates the carbon and varnish build up
  • Typical Minimum Physical Properties (.pdf)
    D-1784. The. petroleum oils or di-ester lubricants. resistance. It is used in applications of. maximum recommended working tempera-. FPM or FKM. high purity, and chemical processing. ture of PVC is 140°F. PVC products can. (Fluorocarbon Rubber). ETFE. be installed using solvent cement
  • Medical Device Link . The Gamma Radiation Tolerance of Polypropylene: Measurement and Enhancement
    and their formulations that remedy these problems and yield resins suitable for irradiation at dosages up to 50 kGy. Early radiation-tolerant polypropylenes were homopolymers stabilized with small quantities of phenolic antioxidants and large quantities of sulfide-diester secondary antioxidants. These materials did

More Information on: Diester Oil Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire