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  • Batch Oven Selection Guide (.pdf)
    inches. (5.1 - 7.6cm) from the oven wal s. u Any specific cool-down requirements. Lab or Benchtop Production Ovens. Because of their smal , convenient size, these ovens are. 5. temperature uniFormitY requirements?. used for laboratory test and development applications, as. Uniformity is critical
  • Etched-foil elements provide significant advantages in sensitive applications
    A manufacturer of laboratory instruments for the life sciences market was developing a new hybridization oven for use in research and development by molecular biologists working on DNA (deoxy-ribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid) applications. The company's early oven concepts utilized
  • Engineer's Guide to Effective Heat Processing (.pdf)
    . the specific needs of the products under manufacture. Described here are some of the general. ovens are most often used for laboratory applications. criteria you should consider and be aware of in order to succeed with your thermal application. Basic Oven Considerations. Ovens generally
  • How to Convert from Helium to Hydrogen as a Carrier Gas in Gas Chromatography (.pdf)
    . 99.9999% pure. 5. Consider adding Nitrogen generators and high quality air generators to eliminate cylinders. and the use of high-pressure gases in the laboratory. A schematic diagram for a typical. system using an inhouse generator is shown in Figure 4. Figure 3: Standard Configuration for a Single GC
  • Medical / Diagnostic Applications
    and foreign matter. Typical Medical Applications. Cooler temperatures add to overall efficiency and. • Medical Lab / Diagnostics Use. service life. • Medical Aspiration/Ambulance Air. • Dental Vacuum Ovens. The connecting rod is bonded to its bearing - not. • Circulation Enhancement Equipment
  • Calibration Primer (.pdf)
    paper from Omega Engineering explains what calibration is, why it is important, and how it works. NIST traceability is defined and discussed, and there is a step-by-step description of a basic calibration. This paper also discusses in-house vs. laboratory calibration, and it describes major types
  • Determination of Mercury (Hg) in Water by Hand-Held Portable Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry
    Traditionally atomic fluorescence analyzers have been available as large, stationary instruments designed for laboratory conditions. Recently Arizona Instrument LLC successfully produced a hand-held, portable atomic fluorescence based analyzer used for detecting mercury in air. In the present paper
  • Medical Device Link . Ensuring Solder Joint Integrity
    solder joints. Photo courtesy of Trace Laboratories East, Hunt Valley, MD. Because surface-mount boards are thin, they provide little thermal insulation. Lack of insulation combined with dense circuitry can cause excessive heat to be generated during the infrared (IR) reflow required for assembly
  • Continuous Environmental Monitoring of Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene, and Xylenes (BTEX) (.pdf)
    The VG Sentinel dB provides rapid detection of ppb levels of benzene in air drawn from the various points on the plant, thereby providing early warning in the event of accidental benzene release. 04-3967 Benzene Application Notes PI4012.0205. Continuous Environmental Monitoring. of Benzene

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