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    Laboratory Tongs - (21 companies)
    Laboratory tongs are tools used for grasping and lifting materials or labware. Most tongs are sized to effectively fit different types of labware including crucibles, beakers, and test tubes. They can be made from various materials depending... Learn More
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    Laboratory Spatulas - (28 companies)
    Laboratory spatulas are implements with flattened ends used to mix, spread and lift chemicals. Spatulas are most commonly made of stainless steel to provide clean mixing and prevent corrosion. Other materials include rubber and certain polymers... Learn More
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    Laboratory Furnaces - (149 companies)
    Laboratory furnaces provide continuous heating to process samples and materials. They are generally built from high temperature (refractory) materials so that they can maintain high temperatures without breaking down. Often, laboratory furnaces... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laboratory Fittings - (47 companies)
    ...remove the need for a wrench or other tools when tightening a fitting into place. The fitting is made from durable and chemically-resistant plastic and is able to hold high pressures. Finger-tightened fittings are more popular in laboratories because... Learn More
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    Laboratory and Calibration Gases - (79 companies)
    ...for proper calibration. No job, including instrument calibration, can be performed properly or safely without the right tools. The type and concentration of calibration gas, sample tubing, flow regulators and calibration adapters are key links... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Process execution software. Records management software. Applications to interface with analytical instruments or data systems. Workflow tools. Client tracking applications. Best practice and compliance databases. Enterprise resource planning (ERP... Learn More
  • Hand Tools - (2016 companies)
    Tools. For every basic type of hand tool, many specialized varieties are available. For example, a standard wrench has two fixed jaws, but an adjustable pipe wrench has two serrated, movable jaws for gripping and turning a pipe. A standard hammer can... Learn More
  • Crimp Tools - (379 companies)
    ...or if the application is better suited by an on-site, handheld crimping tool. Many tools will have two crimping cavities to properly roll the terminal's crimps, and possibly more if there are two conductors in the wire. Some crimp tools will feature several... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    NIST. Standards. Semiconductor cluster tools may be designed with the aid of published standards and specifications. Example standards include: SEMI E21 Mechanical interface and wafer transport standard for cluster tool module interfaces. SEMI E22... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hand and power tool repair services specialize in the repair and maintenance of hand-held air, electric, and manually-powered tools. Hand tool repair services fix manually-operated tools such as calipers, hammers, screwdrivers, and wrenches... Learn More
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...if they are too complex for interpretation with computer-based systems. Now, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy�s (DOE�s) Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL; Idaho Falls, ID) have developed a system that may increase the diagnostic utility of. (R&D...

Health Care Industries (ABHI) annual conference in London in March. "This is not a laboratory simulation," stressed Schr oer, as he projected magnified images of devices exhibiting an array of defects. "These are images of actual reused devices pulled from hospital shelves." And it was not a pretty...

The SIMI Motion System using the AVT Pike has also been applied in basic research. Dr. Andrey Irintchev, Director of the Neuroscientific Research Laboratory of the ENT Clinic at the University of Jena Hospital (Germany), developed a method for scientifically measuring, comparing and documenting motor...

...in general, information appears scarce regarding these. materials. Microscopy is a powerful tool in this area when. combined with careful observation and deductive reasoning. This paper discusses helpful clues that the microscope has. yielded in our laboratory for fracture analysis of long-fiber...

Often, the root of such problems lies with the laboratory scientists involved in developing the assay. Their preoccupation is to optimize the membrane flow rate, to establish the proper location of the capture and control lines, and to negotiate the right combination of reagents, antibodies...

) industrial engineer are also in the group. The Instrumentation and Sensing Laboratory is known for using cutting-edge technology and developing unique tools and technology to design equipment for commercial use. For their latest project, the well-oiled team is testing machine vision on a commercial...

...test results from remote locations using simple Web browsers. The tools available today for developing user interfaces are vastly improved over those of a decade ago. Design Complexity The basic functional subsystems of today's clinical laboratory instruments involve a wide variety of different...

In their Gainsville laboratory, entomologist Nancy Epsky and electrical engineer Dennis Shuman test EGPIC probes. Displayed on the computer screen are the total number of insect counts, time elapsed since the last count, total time the probe was active, and status of the probe. Stored grains...

With most of his upper body inside the wind tunnel, soil scientist Tom Sauer exchanges one of the highly sensitive sensor tips in the hot film anemometer before one of many experiments measuring airflow and turbulence. In the basement of the National Soil Tilth Laboratory (NSTL) in Ames, Iowa...

...are used to develop a cause-and-effect relationship or model between experimental input data and measured experimental properties. Today's faster and more powerful computers mean that it can be quicker to obtain answers on a computer rather than in the laboratory, so that more ideas can be tested...

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