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  • Low Temperature Sealing in High Pressure Applications
    There are many choices in elastomer materials based on criteria such as chemical and heat resistance. Often the low temperature performance of an elastomer is overlooked or the data describing the performance may not be understood fully by the end user. Complicating elastomer material selection
  • High-Temperature Tooling Board for Advanced Composites
    - and time-savings compared to hard tooling. Our customers sought a material for one-off, prototype and short-run tooling that could handle the high-temperature curing cycles required to produce advanced composite parts.
  • Plastics for High-Temperature
    Question: What material can a product be constructed of in order to withstand damage, abuse, harsh conditions, low temperatures, high temperatures, and everything in between? Answer: Plastic.
  • Compressed Gasket Material Testing
    Phelps Compressed Gasket Materials (our famous green sheet) have been extensively tested for pressure and high temperature performance. In particular, the green sheet has undergone two tests - the DIN 52913 and the Hot Compression Test both demonstrate the high temperature resistance of the gasket
    of voltage. bias can have on these same dielectrics. This application note reviews the basics for both Temperature. and Voltage Coefficient of Capacitance as it relates to common dielectric material types used for high. voltage ceramic capacitor designs.
  • Testing of HFC Fluids on Common Seal Materials in High Temperature Applications
    . Results showed that Fluoroelastomer (FKM), the sealing material most commonly used at high temperatures in other fluids, was the least successful in water-based hydraulic fluids and that the most resilient was Perfluoroelastomer (FFKM). However, nitrile compounds such as NBR or HNBR exhibited
  • Smart interface will advance high-temperature measurements
    for the pure sensor materials necessary in the past to get a linear relationship between temperature and output EMF. Materials used for thermocouples and resistive temperature detectors (RTDs) have historically been chosen for good linearity. But linearity has come at the expense of other properties
  • Low Temperature Rating
    be more harmful to plastics than high temperatures. Catastrophic failures can occur if material selection does not take into account low temperature properties of their materials.

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