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  • and heated to 500 degrees Celsius to burn the lacquer and remove the paint coating. The shredded cans are then placed in a furnace containing molten salt -- composed of sodium and potassium chlorides and fluoride -- and heated to 750 degrees. The aluminum settles to the bottom of the furnace
  • Sheath Material Guide
    . Nickel-Copper alloy with good corrosion resistance. Excellent resistance to sea water, hydroflouric acid, sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid and most alkalies. Nickel 201: MAX TEMPERATURE: 2000 F or (1095 C). Comercially pure wrought nickel with low carbon. Used in molten salt bath furnaces. Offers
  • Mechnical Vacuum Pump Selection Considerations for Ion Pressure Nitriding, Plasma Nitriding and Nitro Carborising (.pdf)
    of nitriding obtained, and hence the resulting. surface properties of the work-piece, is controlled by adjusting various process parameters which. govern the rate and depth of nitrogen diffusion into the metal surface. Nitriding was historically developed using very high temperature molten salt baths
  • Glossary of Terms
    the molten glass floats on top of the tin, thus giving the name “float glass”. It is graded to meet specific applications from commercial to optical quality. Float Process. A method for the production of high-quality sheet glass whereby a ribbon of molten glass is fed across a bath of heated liquid
  • Corrosion Wear Behavior of Zirconium in Hot Sulfide Containing Electrolytes (.pdf)
    (0.8 inches), can be formed. when zirconium is heated in hot water at 360°C for 14 days, in steam at 400°C for up to 3 days, or. immersion in molten salts at 600°C - 800°C for longer than 6 hours.[8] The most common method,. however, is to simply heat zirconium in air at 560°C for 4-6 hours
  • Medical Device Link . ACRYLIC POLYMERS: A CLEAR FOCUS
    monomer, thoroughly purged of impurities, and repolymerized back into PMMA. Commercial processing facilities set up for this process typically use a molten lead bath to vaporize the acrylic material. The vapors are captured and recondensed into MMA, while eliminating any biomedical waste. This is a true

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