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applicator

a device, such as a spatula or rod, for applying a medicine, glue, etc.
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The SC-350 applicator is designed for use with the Nordson ASYMTEK SL-940 conformal coating system.
Interchangeable weights apply pressure across the entire length of the applicator for a consistent film thickness.
Not only can today's applicator draw both consumers and bloggers to the product, it can encourage them to share the "cool tool" on social media.
Keywords: Intracavitary Brachytherapy, Applicator Geometry, Dose, Gynaecological Cancer.
A sensor initially determines the height of the approaching product for labeling, and then the applicator moves to the correct position at high speed.
At ITMA 2015 in Milan, an Italian client won the "Silver Award for economical treatment" for the integration of the Eco Applicator in a stenter range of Monforts.
M2 PHARMA-June 16, 2016-Elekta announces exclusive US distribution agreement for Kobold Medical brachytherapy applicators
Our research has indicated that consumers find these types of tampon applicators to be preferred versus cardboard applicator tampons, especially in the areas of ease of use and comfort to insert," a Kotex spokesman wrote to me in an email.
The heat penetrates to the fat layer directly underneath where the applicator lies and can spread the heat up to an inch surrounding the area around the applicator.
Brian Knapp, PPG director, coil and building products, said the addition of Somerset Hardwood Flooring to the PPG CAP Certified Applicator Program group represents the beginning of a new era for the program, which had previously certified only metal-coatings applicators.
The information required from each patient includes BT planning medical image, delineated HRCTV structure, reconstructed BT applicator structure, and organs at risk (OAR) structures.
Tokyo, has patented hair dying or bleaching method that uses an applicator.

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