For example, we have entrained
enzymatic degreasing functionality (DeGreez[TM]) in coatings, coated panels with them, and then subjected those coatings to MEK doublerubs down to the bare metal.
The key features and benefits of the M Series includes; a high-head, low-flow capability which minimises the need for bypass requirements, hydraulically and dynamically balanced impellers which are designed to handle liquids containing up to 20 percent entrained
gas and a close-coupled design which eliminates alignment issues.
Similar to the base case analysis, the airborne pathogens can still get entrained
into the supply airflow streams.
However, the presence of entrained
gas in the silicone feedstock used in the blending process made this a challenging application -- as demonstrated by the failure of the previous coriolis meters.
Currently, there are no studies to show acceptable tolerances for entrained
air, and depending on the application that the membrane is used for; the membrane with minimal amounts of entrained
air could still be adequate.
The Filling Mass Transmitter can handle extremely fast fills and challenging fluids such as those with entrained
air, suspended solids, or high viscosity.
during rewinding is spread evenly across the web, preventing pockets from building up in the rewound material.
The pyrolysis gas is processed by centrifugally separating entrained
particles therefrom, separating the pyrolysis gas into a hydrocarbon condensate and a light vapor, removing entrained
hydrocarbon condensate from the light vapor, and purifying and refining the hydrocarbon condensate.
This technique effectively eliminated entrained
bubbles and all other defects.
The nozzle maximizes entrained
airflow while reducing noise levels.
The absorbent is entirely entrained
within the thermoplastic material.
Reducing the air pressure, and hence the entrained
air in the powder, can lead to dramatic changes in flowability.