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Diaphragm design

A technical data sheet shows diaphragms and gives formulas and definitions of common diaphragm configurations to help product designers specify molded diaphragm seals. The data sheet illustrates how to calculate proper diaphragm height, effective area and working pressure capability. (RPP, 12 Ballard Way, Lawrence, MA 01843)

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Cutting services

The company's cutting services, offered to a variety of industries, are described in a two-page bulletin. The company's state-of-the-art computerized cutting systems are said to produce outstanding accuracy in cut parts of many different materials, according to the literature. (CAD Cut, PO. Box 448k, Marblehead, MA 01945)

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Metering/process pumps

Bulletin D0-900 describes the company's systematic approach to lifetime service for metering and process pumps. Topics covered include technical consultation, start-up, training in maintenance and operation, spare parts supply, field service and repairs/rebuilds. (American Lewa, 132 Hopping Brook Rd., Holliston, MA O1746)

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Silicone compounding

The company's brochure details its services in silicone compounding and mixing. The brochure describes 20 major classes of products which can be supplied to major silicone markets, including automotive, aerospace, healthcare, electronics and electrical. The company creates both standard and custom compounds, and bases of silicone and fluorosilicone. The division is said to emphasize its breadth of experience, team approach and personal service to every customer, according to the literature. (Immix Technologies, LLC, Cri-Sil Division, 359 Hill St., Biddeford, ME 04005)

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Preblend capabilities

A brochure describes the company's PolyAd preblend capabilities in detail. The PolyAd preblend business is said to be the leader in the development, production and supply of customer-specific additive preblend packages, according to the literature. PolyAd preblends are custom-made solutions to incorporation problems compatible with the customer's existing manufacturing equipment. One-of-a-kind additive packages are developed to meet specific customer needs. Other advantages are said to include simplified manufacturing operations, improved dosing accuracy and product quality, potentially at substantially reduced operating costs, according to the literature. (Ciba Specialty Chemicals, 540 White Plains Rd., PO. Box 2005, Tarrytown, NY 10591-9005)

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Injection molding

This manufacturer of elastomer injection equipment offers training, auxiliaries and support, according to a one-page bulletin. In addition, the company has teamed up with Fifth Third Bank in order to offer customers fast, competitive and easy financing, according to the bulletin. Three-, five- and seven-year lease terms are offered. By leasing, customers can utilize their capital budgets for a wider variety of revenue generating projects, while maintaining full use of the equipment, according to the literature. (Klockner Desma, KDE Sales and Service, 2835 Crescent Springs Rd., PO. Box 18130, Erlanger, KY 41018)

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Title Annotation:offered to rubber manufacturers
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 22, 1999
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