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Choice of Saw Blades Determined by Applications

16th July 2012
The head of saw blades is typically manufactured by cemented carbide like YG or YT. Because YG is better of impact resistance, it's utilized in wood processing industry much more broadly. The more cobalt content material in the alloy, the greater influenc... Read >
Author: jemeeymon

Cast Iron vs Cast Steel

31st January 2011
One of our clients asked me which one is better for cast iron vs cast steel. I will have to say, no one is better, but just which one is more suitable to your products. Firstly, let us know what is the cast iron and cast steel. Cast iron usually re... Read >
Author: ironfoundry

The basic situation of a brief spark plug

12th July 2010
Spark plug of a wide range of materials are nickel, platinum, iridium alloy points, form a single head, double head, four head difference, still have high heat resistance, low temperature differences. Temperature is an important indicator of the spark ... Read >
Author: fishgu001

Technical Information on liquid roof and Liquid Rubber

14th May 2010
Liquid Roof and Liquid Rubber need temperatures above 55 degrees to cure. The temps can go below 55 but the product will not begin curing again until the temp's go above 55 degrees. Chemical Resistance-Cured EPDM rubber is resistant to acids, alkalis an... Read >
Author: Webmaster liquidroof

ABS Granules: Advantages and Applications

12th March 2010
ABS granules stands for Acrylo Nitrile Butadyne Styrene granules. Their chemical composition render them the physical properties like hardness, rigidity and the tendency to remain tough even at low temperatures. These ABS Granules consist of particles of ... Read >
Author: pooja1122

The History and Uses of Mylar Sheets

30th January 2009
Mylar is an extremely sturdy polyester film that was born out through the expansion of Dacron in the middle of the 20th century. During that time cellophane was gradually replaced by Mylar with its better potency, heat resistance, plus exceptional insulat... Read >
Author: Alien

Nylon 6 and Nylon 6.6 - An insight

29th June 2007
Nylon 6,6 and Nylon 6 are the most versatile commercial nylon products in the market having a vast range of uses depending upon the need. Both the products are used for engineering applications though Nylon 6,6 is more used for its ductility and tensile s... Read >
Author: Chris
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