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Baker Hughes is seeking companies that need O-rings, seals, gaskets, and similar parts made from ExPhiteÖ, a new custom-engineered composite material.
See also: material, seals, exphite, temperature, shape
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The sheets, formed articles, and laminates of this technology provide energy saving temperature mediation.
See also: pcm, paraffin, composition, temperature, polymers
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This technology features a long lived fuel cell electrode producing current density of 2.5 mA per square centimeter.
See also: fuel, cell, electrode, redox, catalyst
Developed originally for O-rings, seals, and gaskets in high tech, high temperature, and high pressure applications, DuPontÖ Zalak« P700 fluoroelastomer is available for licensed manufacture for other industrial uses.
See also: perfluoroelastomer, article, weight, temperature, copolymer
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Created for high-efficiency vehicle cabin filters, engine air filters, and engine oil filters, this new filter medium from DuPont combines a nonwoven scrim bound to a nanofiber web able to filter particles down to 1 micron with minimal cross-filter pressure drops.
See also: media, filters, layers, web, micron
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High-humidity and water-laden air burdens HVAC and other air intake systems.
See also: nanofiber, layer, filter, hydrophobic, nonwoven
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Many filters depend on an electrostatic charge to enhance particulate pickup, but because of heat, humidity, oil, mist, dust, and assorted other contaminants, they lose their electrostatic charge over time, resulting in a decrease in filtration efficiency.
See also: filters, polymer, nanofiber, fibers, layer
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Most nonwoven nanofiber layers have an extremely low basis-weight and cannot withstand the pleating thatÆs necessary to increase a filterÆs surface area.
See also: nanofiber, polymer, pleating, filter, layers
A new method of storing hydrogen in carbon nanostructures can store more hydrogen per unit weight of container than other methods, including pressurized cylinders, metal hydrides, and other hydrides in solution.
See also: carbon, hydrogen, nanostructures, process, adsorbed
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This technology comprises transparent multilayer laminates with 50% solar radiation reflection and 70% visible light transmittance for use in safety glass for vehicles.
See also: laminates, layer, multilayer, article, nonmicellar
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Developed at a Fortune 500 company, this innovation is a patented one piece fiber reinforced plastic composite chassis produced by sheet molding compression (SMC) production method of manufacturing.
See also: composite, chassis, molding, structural, vehicle
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Design and automated production of plastic polymer materials or final products using web extrusion, casting, thermoforming, or vacuforming.
See also: production, materials, performance, packaging, achieve
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