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Preventing the Grid from Caving In

23rd May 2013
The University of Arkansas and its team of researchers may finally have the key to eliminate cascading power outages and prevent massive blackouts that affect millions of people. If you worry that flicking the air conditioner on in the hottest part of su... Read >
Author: Laura173

Tungsten Carbide Rings - What Else Are They Used For?

15th June 2010
You would probably have heard about tungsten rings or carbide tungsten rings recently. But what exactly is tungsten carbide? I would like to share with the readers some facts about tungsten carbide. Tungsten carbide is an inorganic chemical compound co... Read >
Author: Peter WG

Discover Why CBN Grinding Is A Superior Process

03rd June 2010
CBN grinding wheel replaces the traditional method of constructing grinding wheel machines. Using a CBN wheel improves the efficiency of the machine for grinding, drilling and cutting. Grinding is accomplished through spinning wheels at high speeds on a s... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Sandblasting Nozzles Available For Online Purchase - No Minimum Order

01st March 2010
February 23, 2010 - Industrial Supply, Inc. has introduced a new product line, now available for sale on their web site, with no minimum order quantity requirement. Boron Carbide Sandblasting Nozzles are high tech, light weight, extremely long lasting noz... Read >
Author: C. Reinke

Ferrosilicon: How its used and produced

12th September 2008
Ferrosilicon is also known as ferrosilicium. Due to the fact that it consists of silicon and iron, effectively an alloy of silicon and iron, it is called a ferroalloy. The silicon make-up is usually anything between 15% and 90%. A high proportion of iron... Read >
Author: Anton Wilson
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