New Glass Sight Tubes Reduce Contamination.
Damage to glass sight tubes can easily result in contamination by small shreds of glass but such risks can now be eliminated by the use of high-impact resistance, shatterproof shat·ter·proof
Resistant to shattering: shatterproof goggles.
Adj. 1. shatterproof - resistant to shattering or splintering; "shatterproof automobile windows" Glass-Less sight tubes.
Produced by The Inline Process Co of Heron House, 109 Wembley Hill Road, Wembley, Middlesex, tel:020 8907 5300, these Glass-Less sight tubes are tailored to user requirements and produced in polysulphone or cast acrylic acrylic, artificial fiber made from a special group of vinyl compounds, primarily acrylonitrile. Acrylic fibers are thermoplastic (i.e., soften when heated, reharden upon cooling), have low moisture regain, are low in density, and can be made into bulky fabrics. that is suitable for all types of process equipment, for use in sterile environments and under hygienic hy·gien·ic
1. Of or relating to hygiene.
2. Tending to promote or preserve health.
3. Sanitary. conditions.
The polysulphone tubes are suitable for operation at temperatures up to 160[degrees]C and the acrylic ones can be used at temperatures up to 80[degrees]C For flour milling and similar duties, Glass-Less tubes can be supplied with food quality rubber sleeves. The acrylic tubes are supplied with finished ends for pneumatic pneumatic /pneu·mat·ic/ (noo-mat´ik)
1. pertaining to air.
1. Of or relating to air or other gases.
2. lifts and blow lines, and larger sizes are available to top hopper A tray, or chute, that accepts input to a mechanical device, such as a disk duplicator or printer. In the days of punch cards, millions of cards were numerically or alphabetically organized by placing them into the hopper of a card sorter, taking them out of all the stackers and putting feed roller applications.