additive level

additive level

[′ad·əd·iv ′lev·əl]
(materials)
The total percentage of all the additives in an oil sample.
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Although Process I also gave gel content this high, the additive level used was very high (Table 1), almost double the amount used in this case with Process 2 for the same amount of gel.
With continuous changes in additive level, every meter of ribbon effectively represents another experiment.
To extend its appeal, there is a new data matrix coding option, better user functions such as ink and additive level indicators, additional external communication capabilities and extended language capability.
The multi functional properties of CAB, Eastman cellulose esters, provide many benefits at an additive level in coil coatings.
QuikTrip has maintained a high additive level for several years, so meeting the Top Tier requirements was easily attained.
The additive package is designed to minimize both toxic gas and smoke emissions during combustion, while requiring a relatively low additive level so as not to disrupt flow, mechanical or thermal properties of the host resin.
It also increases gear oil performance by ensuring maximum protection by having a premium gear consistently running with high additive levels.
Also offer Additive Tracer that allows for manufacturers to quickly test for additive levels with handheld XRF device.
Its morphology and low level of defects facilitate percolation at lower additive levels than with conventional MW-CNTs, resulting in minimal negative impact on the polymers' inherent properties, the company says.
Even at low additive levels, dispersion properties such as stability and color strength are significantly enhanced which leads to cost savings and less influence on coating properties.
These include NovaLipid Shortening, which contains reduced levels of saturated fat and NovaLipid Fluid Shortening, suitable for use when lower additive levels are required to achieve the same functionality as a solid shortening.