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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
126-202VMV-B01 Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Temperature Sensors - Discrete Thermistors 126 Series, matched large glass bead, 2,000 Ohm resistance, ±0,5 °C [0.9 °F] tolerance, 25/85 BETA = 3518
126-104XYW-B01 Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Temperature Sensors - Discrete Thermistors 126 Series, matched large glass bead, 100,000 Ohm resistance, ±1,0 °C [1.8 °F] tolerance, 25/85 BETA = 3669
112-102EAJ-B01 Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Temperature Sensors - Discrete Thermistors 112 Series, large glass bead with adjacent leads, 1,000 Ohm resistance, ±20.0% tolerance, 25/85 BETA = 3518
111-172CAG-H02 Allied Electronics, Inc. HONEYWELL FENWAL Not Provided Thermistor;Glass Bead NTC;1.7K Ohms at 25DegC;Res Ratio 5.50
111-202CAK-H01 Allied Electronics, Inc. HONEYWELL FENWAL Not Provided Thermistor, NTC, Glass Bead, Resist. Ratio: 5.5, 2K Ohm
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  • Case History: Acrison Feeders Tackle Tough Compounding Challenge
    . All its feeders need to be able to run any filler or additive, from titanium dioxide and talc to glass fibre and glass beads which have vastly different bulk densities, particle size and flow characteristics. Obviously, no one design or configuration of feeder could possibly cope with this huge
  • A new class of glass-ceramics -- Micro Milling Media
    . A typical method for evaluating the performance of milling media. peak temperature, as evident in Figure 3 (p. 17). involves a wear test in which beads are run in a high-energy bead. The microstructure of glass-ceramic material obtained via. mill under fairly aggressive conditions. During the test
  • Estimation of Curvature from micro-CT Liquid-Liquid Displacement Studies with Pore Scale Resolution
    Interfacial curvature measurements from computed microtomography (CMT) data collected during 2-phase displacement can potentially provide in-situ capillary pressure (Pc) estimates. Results presented by Armstrong et al. (2012) for a simple glass bead pack show favorable agreement between
  • Shot Particle Shapes (.pdf)
    The ideal shape for a shot particle is a sphere, but real shot particles are not perfect spheres. The most commonly employed media are cast steel and iron shot, cut steel and iron shot, cut steel wire shot, glass beads and ceramic beads. These media are manufactured either by spheroidising solid
  • Experiments Investigating the Sorption of Dimethyl Sulfide Vapor to EC-199 (.pdf)
    column was used and filled with the sorbent material to be studied. The gas stream containing DMS vapors was prepared by flow air into two glass columns (in parallel) filled with glass beads, one containing water, and the other pure DMS. Effluent gas flows from the columns were saturated with water
  • Powder Blending From Art to Science
    to separate into layers. In one experiment, researchers found that fine glass beads of different sizes blended uniformly at low mixing speeds, but formed distinct layers as mixing speed increased. The researchers were able to identify patterns of granular motion that promoted layer formation and interfered
  • ISO Compliance of the Dry Jet Dispersion Technology (.pdf)
    microsphere. covering the complete range of measurement from 0.1 to 2,500 µm. Figure 3 : SEM Picture of. Certified Glass Beads. Whitehouse Glass Bead Measurements. The reproducibility of the measurements made using 10-100µm. glass beads with Dry Jet Dispersion is better than 1% (see figure 5
  • Reducing Contact Resistance Errors in Thermal Properties Measurements (.pdf)
    for the silver grease were. sand and four sizes of glass beads. Values for the. generally a little higher. Increasing the particle. measurements are shown in Table 1. diameter increased the measurement error in the. glass bead samples when no grease was used,. Findings. but the thermal conductivity of even 6
  • Powder metal's most innovative designs
    . The 316 stainless-steel latch attaches to a door handle on a medical infusion pump. It has a density of 6.7 gm/cm3, an 11.5% elongation, and ultimate tensile and yield strengths of 65 and 42 kpsi, respectively. Secondary operations are limited to deburring, tempering, glass-bead finishing
  • Medical Device Link .
    . (Burbank, CA; www.comcoinc.com) carried the day. We now have a Comco MicroBlaster model MB1000-1 and are using 25- um glass-bead abrasive media. We set our air pressure at 60 psi, and it gets the job done perfectly, says DeBella. Although Oscor purchased the unit specifically for mold cleaning

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