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  • Description: Compliant Testing Our aquatic toxicity testing services will cover mostdisciplines, including salt and fresh water applications. Closed Bottle Biodegredation studies Product Development Testing NCP approved testing lab Sherry has helped manufacturers prove the environmentalfriendliness

    • Capabilities: Bioanalytical (Assays, etc.), Cleanliness Monitoring / Testing, Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), Field Sampling, Purity / Quality (Air, Water, Material), Report Preparation, Sample Pickup / Report Courier, Stack Emissions / Opacity Testing, Standards Testing / Certification, Toxicity /
    • Media Tested / Detected: Air, Air - Environmental Air, Chemicals, Gases, Hazardous Waste, Herbicides / Pesticides, Heavy Metals (Lead, Chromium, etc.), Microbiological (Mold, Bacterial), PCBs / Dioxins, Polymers / Organics, Powders, Sediment, Soil, Solid Waste, Surfaces, Toxins / Restrictive Substances, Volatiles
    • Test Methods: Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AA), Chemical Extraction, Chromatography (GC, HPLC, etc.), Diffraction (X-ray, Electron, etc.), Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP / LA-ICP), Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR, etc.), Mass Spectroscopy (RGA, etc.), Microscopy / Fiber Examination, Optical Emission Spectroscopy,
    • Test / Certify To: AOAC, ASME, ASTM, EPA, MIL-SPEC, NIOSH, NIST, OEM Specific, Other

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  • Description: Graphite components from 0.001 to 1 inches thick (0025 to 2.5 cm), lengths over 42" long (107 cm), and widths up to 15" wide (38 cm). Two additional medium-sized furnaces and small pilot furnaces are immediately available supported by a full-service analytical lab for special production or prototype runs

    • Capabilities: Machining, Coating, Other
    • Materials: Other
    • Industry: Aerospace, Agricultural / Forestry, Chemicals / Materials, Metals and Mining, Military / Law Enforcement, Petroleum / Oil & Gas, Pulp and Paper
    • Location: North America, United States Only, Northeast US Only

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  • Description: Graphite components from 0.001 to 1 inches thick (0025 to 2.5 cm), lengths over 42" long (107 cm), and widths up to 15" wide (38 cm). Two additional medium-sized furnaces and small pilot furnaces are immediately available supported by a full-service analytical lab for special production or prototype runs

    • Services Offered: Process Development Services, Toll Processing Services
    • Run / Batch Size: Laboratory / Bench, Pilot Scale, Production Lots 
    • Form: Powders, Nanomaterials, Bulk Solids / Granules
    • Chemicals / Chemical Products: Lubricants / Greases

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  • Description: Graphite components from 0.001 to 1 inches thick (0025 to 2.5 cm), lengths over 42" long (107 cm), and widths up to 15" wide (38 cm). Two additional medium-sized furnaces and small pilot furnaces are immediately available supported by a full-service analytical lab for special production or prototype runs

    • Fabrication Process: Grinding, Machining
    • Application / Industries Served: Chemical Processing, Electrical / HV, Electronics / RF-Microwave, Foundry / Metal Processing, Optical Components, Wear Parts / Tooling, Other
    • Materials: Carbon / Graphite, Silicon Carbide (SiC)
    • Composite: Yes

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  • Description: material that consistently perform over a broad range of temperatures. Our specialty is the production of pyrolytic graphite and custom carbon composites. The production facility of The Pyrogenics Group is in Easton, Pennsylvania. The multi-building complex houses a variety of sophisticated equipment

    • Run / Batch Size: Laboratory / Benchtop Scale, Pilot Scale, Production Lots / Field Scale
    • Form: Bulk Solids / Granules, Nanomaterials / Nanoparticles, Powders
    • Chemicals / Chemical Products: Lubricants / Greases
    • Materials / Material Products: Abrasives, Carbon / Graphite, Ceramics, Wafers / Semiconductor Materials

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  • Description: . Operating Principal: All of our CalTrak models contain a nearly frictionless graphite piston that moves freely inside a borosilicate glass tube. When the parallel bypass valve is closed, the gas flow is directed into the tube to push the piston up. Two photo-optic sensors detect the piston

    • Calibrator Style: Portable
    • Process, Environmental, Thermodynamic Properties: Flow
    • Display Type: Digital Readouts
    • Local Interface: Digital Front Panel

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  • Description: Aurora’s revolutionary autosampler eliminates the need to purchase multiple Autosamplers for your Atomic Absorption, Atomic Fluorescence applications and Liquid Handling requirements. Aurora offers an advanced all-in-one XYZ Autosampler for liquid handling, flame, graphite furnace AA

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  • Description: on the human optical system and its interaction with digital devices. Based on optometric principles developed over years, and fused with the most recent in technological advances from the GUNNAR tech labs, i-AMP lens technology works with the properties of the human eye. Comprised of a proprietary lens

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  • Out of the Lab and Onto the Links
    New high-tech clubs and balls are designed to hit golfers' sweet spots Tight Lies ST drivers and fairway woods from Adams Golf feature shafts made of steel and graphite. Spalding's multilayer Strata Tour Ultimate consists of a concentrated tungsten core, high-acid ionomer mantle, and Zythane II
  • Fast heat for fast food
    to 550 F. Use of the graphite heating element lets the press hit 550 F in less than three minutes. I can see clearly now! One use for graphite heating elements now under investigation is in automotive side rearview mirrors. Views from recent lab tests at EGC Enterprises Inc. show how small
  • A new buckyball bounces into town
    graphite rods, turning them to soot. Nanomaterials are extracted from this soot. Buckminster fullerenes such as C are hollow molecules made of interlocking pentagons and hexagons of carbon atoms. They were discovered in 1985 after being produced in a lab and got their name for their resemblance to R

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