coalescing


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growing together, fusing

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Myriant's platform produces a broad pipeline of bio-based chemicals including bio-succinic acid, Myrifilm[R] renewable coalescing solvent and other bio-based products that perform equal to, or better than, traditional petroleum-based products.
Make a note that the coalescing filter assembly contains a filter element, NSN 4330-00-300-7749, that can be ordered.
Ancarez AR555 epoxy resin is the only zero VOC waterborne epoxy resin to offer both excellent coalescing and fast-dry properties for floor coating, institutional coating, and OEM coating applications.
Proven to be the best performing coalescing filters, Parker Hannifin has redesigned the Balston filters and packed them full with new features.
The dryer's coalescing filter was professionally cleaned and equipped with new elements.
Allied Group offers coalescing and particulate filters.
The classic microscopic features of KS are intersecting compact, coalescing, and sheet-like fascicles of uniform, mildly atypical spindle cells that delineate either slit-like or sieve-like vascular spaces that contain extravasated erythrocytes (figure 1).
It shows Republicans are coalescing behind Schwarzenegger.
People talk about the rise of big government after 9/11, but what we're seeing is the coalescing of power in the executive branch.
What: Coalescing oil separation system for the LeanClean 360 cellular basket aqueous parts cleaning system
Each organizational domain, they said, is huge and complex and leaves scant time for coalescing with others.
In addition, it is possible that the organic matter is highly stable in these rare soils, enabling them to resist coalescing (Fig.
The other dancers appear and disappear randomly, sometimes coalescing into richly designed units.
OBERHAUSEN, Germany -- The global chemical company Oxea announces the launch of OXFILM 351, the next generation coalescing agent.
In the most popular theory, planets were spawned by bits of material in the disks gradually coalescing into larger and larger objects.