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Supplier: Opti-Blast, Inc.
Description: T-2 Urea, with a Barcol Hardness of 54-62, is our most versatile plastic blast media. It is highly suitable for a broad range of cleaning and stripping applications, including aircraft, automobiles, marine vessels, trucks, and trailers. Superb results can be expected in the removal of paints
Supplier: Composition Materials Co., Inc.
Description: 3.5 MOH Hardness; most heavily used type; significantly more aggressive than Type 1. Selected applications: Fastest practical media for stripping aircraft, trucks, trailers, tractors, rail cars, vans, motor homes, marine vessels, cars, buses. Approved by U.S. Air Force for stripping air frames.
- Applications: Blasting, Peening, Tumbling / Mass Finishing
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: Performance of Zirconium and Zirconium Alloys in Organics Volume 24, Issue 2 (March 1996) Zirconium and its alloys are well known for their corrosion resistance in a broad range of inorganic and organic media. They have played a key role in advancing the production technologies of urea and formic
Description: of media including gasoline, diesel fuel, urea (ADBLUE), oils, hydraulic fluid and black/gray water.
- Media Type: Liquid, Dry Material (Bulk Solids and Powders)
- Level Measurement Type: Continuous Level
- Device Classification: Sensor-Only
- Material Temperature Range: -58 to 212 F
Supplier: Chemac Inc./Uraca/Uhde HPT/Gather/BHDT
Description: materials and may be used for pressure ranges starting at 200 up to 14,000 bar (3,000 - 200,000 psi) and temperatures from -250°C (-418°F) to + 550°C (1,022°F), e.g. for: High-pressure low-density polyethylene plants Urea production plants Nitric acid plants High-pressure
Supplier: Chemac Inc./Uraca/Uhde HPT/Gather/BHDT
Description: and fittings are made of alloyed or unalloyed materials and may be used for pressure ranges starting at 200 up to 14,000 bar (3,000 - 200,000 psi) and temperatures from -250°C (-418°F) to + 550°C (1,022°F), e.g. for: High-pressure low-density polyethylene plants Urea production plants
Supplier: Friatec N.A., LLC
Description: are Ammonium Nitrate, Caustic Soda, Sulphuric Acid, Oleum, Liquid Sulphur, Sodium, Silicate, Phosphoric Acid, Tar, Pitch, Cataphoretic Paints, Urea melt, Gas Scrubbing Liquors etc.
- Maximum Discharge Flow: 660000 GPH
- Maximum Discharge Pressure: 232 psi
- Inlet Size: 12 inch
- Discharge Size: 12 inch
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Branch Environmental Corp.
Technologies for Removing NOx
ammonia, which is a gas at room temperature or urea, which is normally used as a solution and must be atomized into the air. Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR). SCR technology is often used where high temperatures, low concentrations or high percentage of NO are encountered. The catalyst used is normally coated on a ceramic substrate. Various configurations are used including lose pieces of ceramic media and structured honeycomb shapes. The structured shape is the most common because of its... (read more)
Browse Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Systems Datasheets for Branch Environmental Corp.
TITAN Metal Fabricators
Duplex Stainless Steel Heat Exchangers
Systems and other process equipment in sulfuric acid processing as well as the production of urea and other fertilizers. However, it should be noted that due to the importance of the proportions of austenitic and ferrite alloys, Duplex Stainless Steels require considerably more care in welding preparation and fabrication procedures than 300 Series Stainless Steels. Inexperience or less than vigilant attention to these practices can contaminate the weld, rendering the fabrication compromised... (read more)
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Zirconium in Organic Applications (.pdf)
Laboratory studies and case histories have established zirconium as the most corrosion resistant material of construction in many production methods involving organic media. In fact, zirconium plays a pivotal role in production of a wide range of organic materials including formic, acetic
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THE GROWTH OF T�?STRAIN MYCOPLASMAS IN MEDIA WITHOUT ADDED UREA *
T-strains were grown routinely in a modifica- tion of our medium first used for the isolation of M . p n e u m ~ n i a e ~ ~(referred to hereafter as urea medium ).
Are ninhydrin�?positive substances volume�?regulatory osmolytes in rat renal papillary cells?
Trimethylamine N-oxide in hyperosmotic urea medium .
Urea as sole source of nitrogen for plant growth
Plants inoculated into urea media at pH 6.4 initiallymade little growth and became nitrogen-deficient in appearance and composition although they contained about 100 lzgrams of urea per gram fresh weight of tissue.
We have found that Gapilp is not delivered from the Golgi to the plasma membrane in wild-type cells grown in glutamate medium, but upon a shift to urea medium Gaplp is rapidly delivered to the cell surface, resulting in a 100...
Diatomaceous earth as a protective vehicle for bacteria applied for self-healing concrete
After 1 h, the 20-ml mixture (pre-mixture) containing DE immobilized bacteria in the falcon tube was transferred to 80 ml of sterile urea medium , which consisted of urea and yeast extract.
...added to a final concen- tration of 10 mM. Samples were withdrawn from the cultures at regu- lar time intervals to follow the change in the urea con- centration in the medium, the total concentration of urea ( medium +bacteria) and bacterial density.
Biocalcification using B. pasteurii for strengthening brick masonry civil engineering structures
...% improvement in compressive strength of bricks cured in B. pasteurii inoculated OptU media after 28 days, mixing of S. pasteurii in mortar cubes with cheaper alternatives like lactose mother liquor-urea and corn steep liquor- urea medium resulted only in 17...
Nitrogen regulation involved in the accumulation of urea in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Synthetic minimal urea medium (MU medium; 1.6 g/l yeast nitrogen base with no ammonium sul- phate or amino acids, 20 g/l glucose, 10 mM urea) was used as a control.
Cultivation of Nannochloropsis gaditana on mixtures of nitrogen sources
Whether growing in nitrate or urea medium , the dominant fatty acids were similar.
Rice DUR3 mediates high�?affinity urea transport and plays an effective role in improvement of urea acquisition and utilization when expressed in Arabidopsis
Photographs were taken after yeast growth on urea medium for 5 d.
Lactose mother liquor as an alternative nutrient source for microbial concrete production by Sporosarcina pasteurii
Microbiological urease production, calcite precipitation and compressive strength tests were carried out in the following three media (per liter); LML- urea medium (10% LML, 5 g NaCl, 2% urea and 25 mM CaCl2), NB-urea medium [8 g nutrient broth (Himedia, Mumbai...
Regulation of urease activity in the cyanobacterium Anabaena doliolum
When NH~ grown cells were transferred to urea medium and regularly monitored for the development of urease activity, the activity of .
Urea metabolism in the cyanobacterium Anabaena cycadeae : regulation of urea uptake and urease by ammonia
Urea uptake and urease activities were first repressed by incubating the cultures in NH~- medium for 12 h, after which the cells were washed and transferred to urea medium and the development of the uptake and urease systems was assayed.
A unique biopolymer from Rhinocladiella mansonii NRRL Y�?6272: Production in 20 liter fermentors
For the 20 liter fermentation, 50 ml of culture from the first stage was transferred to modified Fernbach flasks (24, 4 in. deep indenta- tions)scontaining 500 ml of urea medium and incubated on the shaker for 40 hr.
Volume regulation of spermatozoa by quinine�?sensitive channels
...higher volume; (3) each of the two subpopula- tions had ,50% of the total spermatozoa as tested by a statistical procedure for subpopulations described by Bhatacharya (Sparre, 1987); and (4) the swelling of spermatozoa in the urea medium was sensitive to quinine...