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ablator

[′ab‚lād·ər]
(materials)
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Effective March 2017, Bovie Medical's PlazXact Ablator will be marketed as the UltrAblator Bipolar series .
2, in which oxy-acetylene (0-A) torch is exposed on the surface of the ablator, i.
At its tip the needle carries an MRI-compatible thermal ablator.
NASA engineers developed the Tile Repair Ablator Dispenser, or T-RAD, to give astronauts a way to repair such damage.
We've been shooting insulating foam, ablator [heat shield], and ice materials at elements of the space shuttle thermal protection system as well as performing impacts against insulating foam to look at secondary fragment generation," says Walker.
AE sensing, both with accelerometers and ultrasonic sensors, was utilized to monitor a wide variety of impact conditions on Space Shuttle components ranging from insulating foam and ablator materials, and ice at ascent velocities to simulated hypervelocity micrometeoroid and orbital debris impacts.
Thermo Finnigan MAT sells a 266-nm Nd:YAG ablator designed for open, as well as dosed labs.
Meanwhile, Ablator kills a Yeve priest, another man is found in the freezer in the house of the prophet-leader of the True Open Bible Church, and yet another man, the fishing tycoon Tsormanya, is accused of drug-running and murder.
In clinical trials of the Hydro Therm Ablator, use of the device resulted in an average 85% reduction in bleeding in 167 women studied.
In one of the NRL target designs, the ablator is a low density CH foam shell that is filled with DT.
Revenues in the third quarter were positively impacted by an increase in sales of generators, electrodes and cauteries both domestically and internationally offsetting a reduction in the sale of OEM ablator deliveries.