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  • Medical Device Link . EXPLAINING DUCTILITY LOSS IN STEAM-STERILIZED POLYCARBONATE
    of repeated heat-aging cycles and reported that cyclic exposure conditions are more detrimental to the mechanical properties of polycarbonate than are conditions of continuous exposure. These previous studies have led to a general belief that the ductility loss of polycarbonate following steam
  • Advances in pH Measurement in High-Temperature Biotech Processes
    recent research on the aging mechanism of the pH-sensing glass after hightemperature exposure by using the non-destructive complex impedance spectrum method. The aging behavior of new high-temperature glass formulations in steam-sterilizable sensors, as well as the
  • Advances in pH Measurement in High-Temperature Biotech Processes
    recent research on the aging mechanism of the pH-sensing glass after hightemperature exposure by using the non-destructive complex impedance spectrum method. The aging behavior of new high-temperature glass formulations in steam-sterilizable sensors, as well as the conductivity dependence
  • Advances in pH Measurement in High-Temperature Biotech Processes
    resistance at temperatures as high as 145 o C. B and C sensors were supplied by manufacturers of existing steam sterilizable equipment. All the glass electrodes went through steam sterilization cycles of 30 minutes at 130 o C. After each steam sterilization cycle, the dc resistance of the glass
  • Structural Foam
    generate and monitor stock temperatures in the range of 650 to 720 F. Natural color of the sulfone resins is transparent light amber. Continuous use in air or in steam at rated temperature does not cloud, craze, or otherwise destroy their transparency. These resins are also available in opaque
  • Portable Leak Detection Instrument Improves Heat Rate at Electric Power Plant.
    By using a ruggedized portable ultrasonic leak detector, Mr. Brian Thorp, PdM Technician for Seminole Electric has been able to provide quick leak detection and repair on an aging steam condenser, allowing the utility to provide maximum power during high demand periods. Seminole Electric

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