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  • Penetrating Dye for Translucent Color
    range of colors and cost less than U.S. $5.00 for a four ounce bottle. Sold as a stain for leather or wood, the dyes are readily available from most leather working and woodworking supply stores.
  • Case Study: Wood Finish with Technical Control
    " dye stain. One of the reasons they needed a low pressure system -- and why the process took a considerable amount of time -- was because they wanted to ensure that the wood was not oversaturated with color. They also needed the ability to be able to control the amount of the spray. "That 's why we
  • Using tree physiology
    USING TREE PHYSIOLOGY TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON WOOD FIBRE PROPERTIES Shayne M. Jacobs and David M. Drew Forestry and Forest Products Research Centre, CSIR, P. O. Box 17001, Congella, 4013, South Africa review, research, physiology of xylem, fibre properties
  • Plastics Processing Applications: Textile Fiber Production
    Pelletizing & Compounding. Feeding & Conveying Polyolefins. Wood-Plastic Composites. High Performance Compounding. Long Reinforced Thermoplastics. BOPP Film. Continuous Hot Melt. Textile Fiber. Continuous Gravimetric Extrusion Control System. Calcium Carbonate in Plastics Compounding. Conveying
  • Efficient use of fluorescent whitening agents
    . Even if the demand for wood free uncoated grades has not been growing to the same extent as coated papers, especially the higher white copy paper grades continue to grow at a rate above the average. This development sets new demands for raw materials and wet end chemistry. In order to increase
  • Medical Device Link .
    equipment. Design and quality of the casting equipment are also critical and often responsible for some types of variation. Raw Material. All types of cellulose nitrate polymers that are used in a common casting solution originate from natural sources, such as cotton or wood pulp, and are thus subject
  • Some "Trash-Talk " Worth Listening to Activated Carbons in a Nutshell
    and value-added products from these commodities, " says Lynda H. Wartelle. She and Marshall are with USDA's Agricultural Research Service. Their waste-recycling unit is operated by the SRRC. Today's usual activated carbons are made from coal, peat, coconut shells, and wood, says Marshall. Working like charcoal
  • A Rare-Earth Approach to Tracing Soil Erosion
    to anticipate how much sediment can move downstream after rainstorms, " he says. "And it might help cattle ranchers fine-tune grazing plans and thus safeguard sensitive parts of the landscape. " --By Luis Pons and Marcia Wood, Agricultural Research Service Information Staff. This research is part of Water

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