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  • Project Illustrations of Millau Nose Recovery Process
  • Firex TM Coatings
    Firex TM RX-2373 is used routinely to protect for the heat shield and the nose cones for the European Space Agency's (ESA) TEXUS and MASER experimental sounding rocket research programs.
  • Firex TM RX-2373 Aerospace Case Study
    Firex TM RX-2373 is used routinely to protect for the heat shield and the nose cones for the European Space Agency's (ESA) TEXUS and MASER experimental sounding rocket research programs.
  • Are you an authorized viewer? Documents can now tell.
    The theft of intellectual property has been a hot topic among global manufacturers. A document originator and owner would grant users in the supply chain permission to change, copy, print, or work offline with this document. An aircraft supplier has received a model of a nose cone and landing gear
  • Long-Term Exposure to Formaldehyde
    Formaldehyde is a very potent irritant. Commonly it irritates the eyes, nose, throat, and sinuses, resulting in red, sore, or watery eyes; sore or dry throat; runny nose; and sinus irritation or congestion. It can also cause neurotoxic effects such as headaches, excessive fatigue, malaise
  • Medical Device Link .
    In many industries, odors can be a warning sign of potential problems. If a specific odor is present, it can help diagnose a medical condition, indicate that a food product is spoiled, or detect odors from failing electronic components. While the human nose can detect and distinguish literally
  • Reducing Damage and Loss in Conveying Delicate, Small-Footprint Products
    Efficiencies inherent in conveyor belt systems are widely recognized in the food processing and related industries. But damage can occur when delicate, small footprint products are transferred between belt systems, either directly or via dead plates. Narrowing the nose-to-nose clearance between
  • Monitoring Formaldehyde in a Chipboard Manufacturing Plant
    The manufacturing process to produce chipboard commonly uses formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is a toxic, carcinogenic gas, which affects the mucus membranes such as the lungs, eyes and nose. At low concentrations, its effects cause a mild irritation, while at higher concentrations inhalation of the gas

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