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  • Porosity of Metal Parts
    Porosity is a sponge-like area in an otherwise sound metal part. It is always present in powdered or sintered metal parts. There are three basic types of porosity: continuous, blind, or totally enclosed. Continuous porosity completely extends through the wall thickness of a metal part, causing
  • Aqueous Degreasing of Metal Parts
    Ultrasonic cleaning is required in the metalworking industry for the removal of oils, greases, metalworking fluids, abrasive polishing compounds, and particulate contamination such as metal fines and shop soils. Cleaning agents based on CFC-113 azeotropes and chlorocarbon solvents, such as 1,1,1
  • Threaded Fittings
    Threaded fittings mate via male and female connectors that screw together. Threaded fittings are available for pipe, tubing, valves defined as NPT, NPTF or BSPT fittings. Threaded metal connection are not suitable for high vacuum levels since the small spaces between the threads and blind holes can
  • The Basics of Self-Clinching Fasteners
    Get the most out of these versatile fasteners Edited by Stephen J. Mraz Self-clinching fasteners were designed almost 70 years ago as way to attach components to thin sheet metal and ensure the connection would withstand hard tugs and torque loads. They are also useful for components
  • Self-Piercing Nuts
    These nuts are internally threaded, precision, work-hardened steel with external undercuts on two sides. Used in sheet-metal panels and installed by automatic machinery, they can be attached in open or blind locations. Self-piercing nuts have high resistance to torque, vibration, tension, and shear
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    High-performance cleaning equipment is suitable for parts with complex geometries, as it produces enough power to penetrate blind holes and hidden areas. Processing takes place within a controlled environment to help prevent recontamination. The units offer full automation and can clean metal
  • Medical Device Link .
    . Many bare-metal stents required reintervention for restenosis, a premature closing of the treated vessel. The results of peer-reviewed double-blind studies indicate that reintervention occurs in more than 15% of vessels treated with a bare-metal stent but in less than 5% of patients treated with DES
  • Plating: Cleaning in the Plating Line
    Ultrasonic cleaning prior to plating can provide significant cost savings in time and labor by minimizing or eliminating manual scrubbing and lengthy soak times. Ultrasonic agitation thoroughly and quickly removes buffing compound, shop dirt, and other soils from a variety of metal and plastic

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