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  • Description: We represent all facets of the industry; manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, and transporters of gases, cryogenic liquids, and related products. Our sphere of influence encompasses industrial, medical, and specialty gases in compressed or liquefied form, and a range of gas handling equipment

    • Organization Type: Standards Developer
    • Applications: Gases, Health Care / Medical, Specialty / Other

  • Description: The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) is the association of electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers. Founded in 1926 and headquartered in Rosslyn, Virginia, its 400-plus member companies manufacture a diverse set of products used in the generation, transmission

    • Organization Type: Standards Developer, Standards Provider (Database / Distributor)
    • Capability: Specialty / Other
    • Specific Standard / Organization: Other
    • Applications: Automation / Robotics, Building / Construction, Controllers / Control Systems, Electrical Distribution / Wiring, Electronics, Health Care / Medical, Lighting / Illumination, Motors / Motor Drives, Power Generation / Transmission, Specialty / Other

  • Description: A solvent-borne, one component, transparent silicone resin. This product complies to MIL-I-46058C TYPE SR. If you require manufacturer certification, please request a quote . Ellsworth Adhesives is an ISO-9001:2008 registered and AS9120 compliant distributor. Documentation: Dow Corning MSDS/TDS

    • Cure Type / Technology: Specialty / Other
    • Industry Applications: Electronics (PCB / SMT Assembly), Optoelectronics / Photonics, Aerospace, Automotive, Military / Government (MIL-SPEC / GG), OEM / Industrial
    • Chemical / Polymer System Type: Silicone, Specialty / Other
    • Viscosity: 725 cps

  • Description: of this standard includes all circumstances when people may be exposed to a laser used in health care applications where: 1) Laser systems as medical devices are used for diagnosis of disease, or for preventive, aesthetic, or therapeutic purposes 2) Bodily structure or function is altered, or symptoms

  • Supplier: CSA Group

    Description: These services help you obtain the information you require to make sound business decisions, optimize your supply chain, maintain end to end quality oversight and gain a competitive advantage. No matter where in the world you operate, whether you™re a retailer, manufacturer, importer or distributor

    • Capabilities: Auditing / Assessment, Certification, Evaluation, Field Evaluation / On-site Inspection, Specialty / Other
    • Forms Inspected: Components / Parts, Products, Samples, Other
    • Services Offered: Corrosion, Dimensional Gaging / Metrology, Electrical / Electronic Testing, Electromagnetic / EMC, Leak / Seal Testing, Mechanical / Structural (Statics), Reliability / Robustness, Safety / Liability, Specialty / Other
    • Industry Applications: Appliances, Automotive, Building & Construction, Coatings / Paint, Drugs / Pharmaceuticals, Electrical Distribution, Health Care / Medical, HVAC, Plumbing and Lighting, Industrial / Machinery, Marine, Materials, Piping / Pressure Vessels, RF & Wireless / IT & Telecom

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