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  • Unprecedented Cooling Delivery Helps Bauxite Mine Avoid Shutdown
    THE CHALLENGE. Find rapid cooling to replace dry dam and avoid mine downtime
  • Thermal Plastic Cooling
    Within the context of thermoplastic molding, the unique heat transfer characteristics of the Isobar super-thermal conductor, when designed into the mold, ensure that energy build-up on the mold face is rapidly directed to the mold's cooling channels. The result is faster, more uniform cooling
  • TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT IN GLASS TEMPERING
    Tempered glass - sometimes called toughened or safety glass - is glass which has been heat-treated and then rapidly cooled, in a controlled manner, in an air quench section. This process makes the glass much more resilient than plain flat glass.
  • Hot Isostatic Pressing: Today and Tomorrow (.pdf)
    Technological advances in Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) are creating a new generation of application opportunities to improve the performance and durability of critical parts and materials. New press and furnace designs, uniform rapid cooling capability, and digital control techniques have shortened
  • Chilling Out with Sealless Pumps (Process Cooling & Equipment : September-October 2005)
    are involved, or rapid changes in temperature occur.
  • Hot Melt Adhesives
    The MCT 300 can measure hot melt adhesives on paper, board and textiles. Hot melt adhesives are typically solvent free thermoplastics, they melt or decrease in viscosity at temperatures in excess of 180o F, then rapidly set upon cooling. They can be repeatedly softened by heating, and hardened
  • WP #134: Deploying High-Density Pods in a Low-Density Data Center
    Simple and rapid deployment of self-contained, high-density pods within an existing or new low-density data center is possible with today's power and cooling technology. The independence of these high-density pods allow for predictable and reliable operation of high-density equipment without
  • WP #134: Deploying High-Density Pods in a Low-Density Data Center
    Simple and rapid deployment of self-contained, high-density pods within an existing or new low-density data center is possible with today's power and cooling technology. The independence of these high-density pods allow for predictable and reliable operation of high-density equipment without

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