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  • Medical Device Link .
    involving polyethylene, polyurethane, vinyl, PVC, and other elastomeric tubing, in which the fitting is assembled with the tubing after the tube has been removed from the expander. The right-angle jaws are suitable for rubber, latex, and silicone tubing and situations where the fitting must. EMDM
  • How induction heating saves time and money for the offshore industry
    heat treatment. • Post-weld heat treatment. • Pre-heating before coating. • Tube bending. • Shrink fitting and removal. • Removal of paint and coatings. • Curing of coatings. • Pre-heating prior to cladding. • Pre- and postheating of swaged ends. • Pre-weld heating for subsea hot. tapping
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    is open and on the expander. This feature is useful with tubing that has very fast memory-contraction rates, such as silicone. The Model 875B expander pneumatically expands 90 jaws with tubing assembled. The fitting is then inserted into the tubing and removed from the unit completely assembled
  • Selecting Keyless vs Keyed Connections for Motor to Gear Reducer (.pdf)
    to decreasing overall the cost of the system. The most vital aspect when addressing performance. issues is the concern with backlash. Fully eliminating. backlash is rarely possible; however, backlash can be. reduced by precise fitting of the gearbox to motor and. complicated machining. The increase
  • Aqueous Ultrasonic Cleaning: Technology Improved by Use of Optimized Wire Cloth Baskets
    , with four of the small boxes fitting into the. larger basket, carousel style. Their design involved several important considerations: • The baskets must "dump clean. " Parts sticking inside the baskets would mix up production. lots - a specific problem in view of the need for traceability
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    as resin passes through a gate or to relocate weld lines (weak areas where two or more melt streams meet after flowing around a core) to noncritical areas. Figure 3. An ultrasonic imaging catheter manifold by Boston Scientific, molded from Topas COC. Many part elements are given a slight taper