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clamping

 [klamp´ing]
in the measurement of insulin secretion and action, the infusion of a glucose solution at a rate adjusted periodically to maintain a predetermined blood glucose concentration.
euglycemic clamping a clamp technique in which the blood glucose is maintained at normal levels.

clamping

(klamp´ing) in the measurement of insulin secretion and action, the infusion of a glucose solution at a rate adjusted periodically to maintain a predetermined blood glucose concentration.
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Clamping with Unilock occurs when the clamping module closes onto a clamping pin via spring force and radial pins.
When determining the holding capacity necessary for a clamping solution it is essential to understand the difference between holding capacity and exerting force.
The hybrid design delivers the combined capabilities of hydraulic clamping with most of the energy savings, quick response, high position repeatability, and fast injection of an all-electric.
If only the final die is to be changed, this can be done quickly by partially releasing the die clamping mechanism.
Standard features: Closed-loop clamping and injection control with variable-volume pump.
Because industrial clamping devices are more costly than strap clamps and fasteners, it is important to maximize workholding efficiency.
Toggle clamps are rated by clamping force and holding capacity.
The clamps were so easy to install," recalls Mr Leland, "that we could mount them in all the critical areas where added clamping force is desirable.
One way to avoid variability in clamping is to use power clamps, which rely on either pneumatic or hydraulic pressure for operation.
tons) employs an electric injection unit and two-platen hybrid-electric clamp, which uses hydraulics for final clamping in the center of the platen as well as for nozzle touch and core pulls.
This article gives the facts about modern hydraulic clamping.