Technical Articles

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Nytef Group


Nytef Group has published these technical articles:

(Plastics, Elastomers and Polymers)
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This article describes how a recurring problem with pumps for food processing applications was solved using a filled grade of Unitem PEI from Nytef Plastics for bearing housings and liners.... (View Full Article)
(Plastics, Elastomers and Polymers)
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This article describes the use of Unipa MLo nylon 6/6 for pump liners in a line of positive displacement pumps used in food processing and pharmaceutical applications.... (View Full Article)
(Plastics, Elastomers and Polymers)
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This article describes how glass fiber filled Unitrex PEEK significantly extends the service life of impellers used in flow metering devices.... (View Full Article)
(Plastics, Elastomers and Polymers)
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Article describes using standard Unitrex PEEK as well as Unitrex Rg30 flass fiber filled PEEK for various components in precision analytical and measuring devices operating in high heat and harsh... (View Full Article)
(Contract Manufacturing and Fabrication)
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Article describes a problem associated with an undersea application utilizing stainless steel that was resolved with the use of copolymer acetal.... (View Full Article)
(Plastics, Elastomers and Polymers)
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This article features a solution for intermittant binding of a timing screw through substition of Unital acetal for the original cast nylon product used.... (View Full Article)
(Machine Shop Services)
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It has often been said that "America feeds the world." While this may be somewhat of an exaggeration, the statement definitely dramatizes the output of the United States' $1.3 trillion food industry.... (View Full Article)
(Stock Fabricated Materials and Shapes)
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Machining of plastic stock shapes provides end users the opportunity to economically produce equipment components and prototype parts in volumes that are significantly lower than what would be... (View Full Article)