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Santoprene And Its Uses

25th February 2011
Santoprene, a thermoplastic rubber, is a member of high performance elastomer family. It is the combination of in-situ cross linking of EPDM rubber and polypropylene. The processing process of Santoprene is similar as any other plastic such as nylon and P... Read >
Author: Search Angel

Healthy Air Products Ltd. Offers Envirotect, Air filtration System For a Cleaner Home

14th September 2010
A healthy environment in a house is conducive to the good health of the people who live in the house. But there are many microscopic pollutants in the air that can cause allergies in kids as well as adults. Such micro-pollutants cannot be cleaned through ... Read >
Author: Erwin Walker

The Mechanical Seal of hot water

26th July 2010
Water is normally considered a good lubricant and can do an adequate job of providing lubrication between the lapped faces of a mechanical seal, but there are a few problems: At elevated temperature the water lubricating film is not thick enough to separ... Read >
Author: Bowman

The Mechanism Of Reverse Osmosis Filtration

23rd March 2010
Drinking safe water is highly important. You never know when diseases, even fatal diseases strike you, draining out your money besides creating a tensed atmosphere at home. You cannot actually compromise on your health by drinking unpurified water. This i... Read >
Author: Mark Jhon

Exploring the Common Causes of Hard Disk Failure

16th September 2009
Every now and then, we deal with the pains of a dying hard drive. But do you know the causes of a hard drive failure? Most people who remain unaware of its causes are left scrambling and tinkering with their backup data every time the ticking noise is hea... Read >
Author: Travis

Polythene Bags & Plastic Sacks Your Guide To Their Thickness

23rd June 2009
When talking to Customers about poly bags, we're often asked what the terms 'micron' and 'gauge' mean, and how they determine the right polythene bag or plastic sack for the job. Gauge was the traditional imperial measurement of plastic or polythene thic... Read >
Author: Kevin Thomas

Can I use Biodiesel in my diesel car?

17th December 2008
Can I use biodiesel in my diesel engined car?? First lets dispel some of the myths and frequent misunderstandings surrounding biodiesel usage in the average diesel engined car!. First of all biodiesel is NOT the same as cooking oil, nor is it the same... Read >
Author: Chris Pointon

Smartwool Socks: Give Cooling Sensation to Your Feet

07th October 2008
Socks are used to protect feet from dust, and regulate their temperature. They are also helpful to develop your personality. If you don't have a good pair of socks and you are feeling uncomfortable again and again then how can you show your presentation i... Read >
Author: Article Manager
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