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  • Description: High strength, good weldability, excellent corrosion resistance over wide range of temperatures and conditions. Valves, pumps, shafts, marine fixtures, fasteners, electrical, and electronic components, processing equipment, petroleum refining and production equipment, feed water heaters and other

    • Metal / Alloy Types: Nickel / Nickel Alloy (UNS N)
    • Alloy: Yes
    • Standards / Specifications: UNS
    • UNS Number: 4405

  • Description: Steering Tube, Brake Lines CONSUMER: Screw Lamp Bases INDUSTRIAL: Condenser Plates, Condensers, Weld Torch Tips, Heat Exchanger Tubes, Valve Bodies, Evaporator Tubes, Pressure Vessels, Distiller Tubes, Pump Impellers for Oil Refining, Ferrules, Evaporators MARINE: Boat Hulls, Tube Sheet for Salt

    • Metal / Alloy Types: Copper, Brass or Bronze Alloy (UNS C)
    • Alloy: Yes
    • Standards / Specifications: ASTM / ASME, CDA, MIL-SPEC / Federal (QQS), UNS
    • UNS Number: 70600

  • Description: on today. Indium is extracted primarily from indium-bearing zinc or tin ores and purified to various grades utilizing state-of-the-art statistical process controlled refining technologies. Indium Corporation produces and refines indium in the USA, Korea, and China. No other metal is as versatile

    • Metal / Alloy Types: White / Low Melting (UNS L), Indium / Indium Alloys
    • Shape / Form: Semi-finished Shape / Mill Stock, Ingot
    • Applications: Other

  • Description: Clean Harbors has been a trusted source for environmental, energy and industrial services since 1980. Because of Clean Harbors' commitment to health and safety, and quality conscious philosophy, unique expertise and capabilities, and reputation for keeping our customers' needs first, customers

    • Services Offered: Collection / Haulage
    • Process Technology: Abatement / Containment, Blending / Mixing, Cleaning / Stripping, Destruction (Shredding, Incineration, etc.), Encapsulation / Encasement, Filtration / Extraction, Packaging / Microencapsulation, Recovery / Extraction, Recycling / Reclamation, Refining / Purification, Site Cleanup
    • Processing Capability: Vacuum Processing
    • Run / Batch Size: Laboratory / Benchtop Scale, Pilot Scale, Production Lots / Field Scale

  • Description: Process Engineering Associates, LLC (PROCESS) specializes in providing process design, applied chemical engineering, and process safety services to the petroleum refining, chemical production, alternative fuels, and all other process industries. PROCESS personnel are experienced, highly-motivated

    • Services Offered: Process Development Services, Process Optimization, Training / Consulting, Specialty / Other
    • Form: Gas / Liquid Gas, Liquids, Powders, Nanomaterials, Bulk Solids / Granules, Waste / Scrap
    • Chemicals / Chemical Products: Acetylenes, Alcohols, Biochemicals / APIs, Catalysts / Initiators, Chemical Agents / Additives, Cleaners / Surface Active Agents, Coolants / Refrigerants, Cosmetics / Soaps, Filler / Extenders, Foods / Beverages, Inorganic Chemicals, Lubricants / Greases, Monomers & Intermediates, Oils &
    • Materials / Material Products: Abrasives, Adhesives / Sealants, Carbon / Graphite, Ceramics, Coatings / Paint, Elastomers / Rubber, Glass, Metals / Elements, Non-ferrous, Minerals, Nuclear Materials, Plastics, Pulp & Paper, Semiconductor Materials, Textiles

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    Liberty Iron & Metal LLC, based in Erie, Pennsylvania, a full-service yard that handles ferrous, nonferrous, nickel alloys and stainless steel scrap, was unhappy with their metal sorter. They didn't like dealing with its associated air requirements; the expense, maintenance and freeze-ups
  • Smelter' s Sulfuric Acid Plant Control Solution
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    for. degassing since the 1920s. The first Roots type mechanical vacuum boosters were installed by Wilhelm. Rohn in 1920 at the W. C. Heraeus GmbH works in Germany. Here they had a vacuum induction furnace. and poured up to 4 tonnes of non-ferrous metal at pressures of 2.7mbar / 2torr to 6.7mbar / 5torr
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  • Recent Operating Experience with Dry Running Vacuum Pumps on Vacuum Degassing and Vacuum Oxygen Decarburising Systems (.pdf)
    vacuum boosters were installed by Wilhelm. Rohn in 1920 at the W. C. Heraeus GmbH works in Germany. Here they had a vacuum induction furnace. and poured up to 4 tonnes of non-ferrous metal at pressures of 2.7mbar / 2torr to 6.7mbar / 5torr, and. 1600oC to 1700oC. In fact this was not truly dry system

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