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    Electron Beam Processing Equipment - (31 companies)
    ...applications. For instance, a electron beam system designed for welding titanium components together in a vacuum would be much different than a electron beam system for crosslinking plastic or curing a resin coating within a cloth or composite... Learn More
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    UV Curing Adhesives - (143 companies)
    ...crosslinking between the unsaturation sites in the monomers or oligomers. Benefits of UV Curable Adhesives. The ability of UV adhesives to rapidly cure without heat provides energy savings and productivity gains. Energy savings occurs because... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electron Beam Welding Services - (43 companies)
    Electron beam welding services use a narrow beam with high energy density to weld metals and alloys with a narrower heat effect zone and deeper penetration compared to most other welding processes. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Radiation Curable Coatings - (29 companies)
    Radiation curable coatings are cured through exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light or electron beam irradiation. They provide rapid processing compared to film drying and thermosetting coatings. Learn More
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    Excimer Lasers - (18 companies)
    Excimer lasers are rare-gas halide or rare-gas metal vapor lasers that produce relatively wide beams of ultraviolet laser light. They operate via the electronic transitions of molecules. Learn More
  • Dimensional Measurement and Metrology Services - (226 companies)
    Dimensional measurement and metrology services use mechanical gaging, CMM measurement, non-contact imaging or other specialized methods to inspect and measure part dimensions and geometry. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Thermoset Adhesives - (167 companies)
    ...long-term stability. Despite these superior characteristics, two component systems are often avoided in favor of one component ones due to the latter's easier use and storage requirements. The image below shows a thermoset compound cross-linking... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Silicone Adhesives and Sealants - (325 companies)
    ...vulcanizing materials. The vulcanizing agent is a crosslinking compound or catalyst. Sulfur is the traditional vulcanizing agent used with natural rubber. Silicones use moisture, acetic acid and other compounds as curing agents. Standards. ASTM C1184... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Polymers and Plastic Materials - (956 companies)
    ...been irreversibly cured. They are generally stronger than thermoplastics due to polymer cross-linking and are better suited for high-temperature applications (below their decomposition points). They tend to be more brittle than thermoplastics... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Polysulphide Adhesives and Sealants - (24 companies)
    Polysulphide adhesive resins and sealants provide a flexible and chemically resistant adhesive or sealant. Search by Specification | Learn More
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...the company a personalized service, as well as materials-testing and analytical capabilities. Acsion provides bioburden reduction and cross-linking services to the medical products industry, in addition to E-beam sterilization. Validation, expert advice, and consultation are all additional services...

...strength, which measures notch sensitivity, decreases by approximately 20% after 25-kGy cycles and 30% after 100-kGy cycles. Instrumented dart impact testing shows minimal reduction after gamma or E-beam sterilization. The reduction of impact strength in ABS resins is attributed to radiation cross-linking...

...methods are. via oxidation reactions or coupled to form longer chain. sometimes preferred over conventional dry heat,. branches, as shown in Figure 1. Although these two. irradiation, or autoclaving since high temperatures. mechanisms compete against each other, crosslinking. may result...

...it to cross-link and harden like an epoxy cement is very low right now because we haven't yet discovered how the cross-linking takes place in nature," Baier says. The answer appears to involve enzymes that catalyze this molecule into a sticky form. BYSSUS THREADS An understanding of this transformation...

...tubing exposed to 50-kGy irradiation.5 Only 24.6% soluble polyolefin was extracted in decahydro naphthalene boiling solvent (at 194.6 C) after the tubing was exposed to a 100-kGy cobalt source. This indicates that there is some grafting and cross-linking occurring in the tubing when it is exposed...

...and validation services, and supplies sterilization indicators. Medical Engineering Technologies Ltd., Folkestone, Kent, UK. A company offers precision-controlled radiation cross-linking with accelerated electrons or gamma rays. The procedure can sterilize plastics to regulatory requirements...

Switzerland, www.leoni-studer.ch) also provides assistance to medical device OEMs with materials testing, validation, and documentation for regulatory purposes. E-beam and gamma sterilization services are available; the company operates seven E-beam accelerators for cross-linking and materials modification...

...chemical methods. Cross-linking of UHMWPE macromolecules has been performed using cross-linking agents such as peroxides,14 and through gamma15 17 or electron-beam irradiation.18,19 The cross-linking of UHMWPE results in an interpenetrating network of high-molecular-weight polyethylene chains...

Components are then sterilized, either with low doses of gamma radiation (in barrier packaging with a low-oxygen environment) or by nonionizing methods such as gas plasma or EtO (in gas-permeable packaging). Some grades are made more resist-ant to wear by cross-linking with exposure to high doses...

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polyethylene (PE) products are upgraded by E-BEAM Services, Inc., in a post-molded crosslinking process (PEX) that is consistent with the performance

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