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  • What is Sight Glass
    Sight glass, also known as a sight window or sight port window, is a visual observation window made from a robust glass substrate, allowing an individual to view or monitor liquid level or flow of a tank, pipeline, or other pressure vessel.
  • 6 Tips for Critical Sight Glass Applications
    Sight glass applications require varying levels of consideration during the design phase. In all applications, sight glasses will be subjected to forces involving pressure, temperature, thermal shock, caustics, abrasion, or impact. It is critical to ensure that the design approach to each
  • Glass vs. Metal CO2 Laser Tubes
    cooling system also presents some significant safety concerns. The DC power supplies that excite the CO2 gas in a glass laser tube need to operate at very high voltages. When you combine such levels of voltage with a water cooling system, the results can be lethal should something go wrong
  • Tips for Maintaining and Improving Your Glass Conveying Line
    The importance of good alignment can't be overstated - misalignment increases the likelihood of excessive lateral guide wear, chain wear, increased maintenance, and shortened chain life. To align and level new sprockets and idlers for minimal lateral offset, a steel rule is usually adequate
  • Maintaining Level in Specialty Chemicals
    DanChem Technologies, based in Danville, Virginia, has an extensive array of both stainless steel and glass-lined reactors that are available for the manufacture of specialty fine chemicals, and provides a full range of manufacturing capabilities from pilot scale to multi-ton bulk. DanChem
  • Determining the effects of angle on the infra-red reflectance properties of thin films in architectural glass using the Agilent Cary 630 FTIR
    The glass used in buildings plays a key role in keeping the building energy. effi cient. Similar to walls and ceilings being insulated, glass can be coated. to alter the refl ectivity of infrared (IR) light. To control this level of refl ection,. thin fi lm coatings can be placed on the building
  • Measuring the reflective properties of architectural glass using the Agilent Cary 630 FTIR with 10 degree Specular Reflectance Accessory
    are insulated, it. is the windows on the external glass that have a big infl uence on how a. building heats up and cools down. To control this level of heating, thin fi lm. coatings are placed on the architectural glass to (a) enable IR light to enter. the building to heat up in colder climates or (b) refl
  • Monitoring for Microcystins in Raw Water Supply Reservoirs Using the Agilent 6410 Triple Quadrupole LC/MS
    The glass used in buildings plays a key role in keeping the building energy. effi cient. Similar to walls and ceilings being insulated, glass can be coated. to alter the refl ectivity of infrared (IR) light. To control this level of refl ection,. thin fi lm coatings can be placed on the building

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