contact material

contact material

[′kän‚takt mə′tir·ē·əl]
(metallurgy)
A metal having high electrical and thermal conductivity, low contact resistance, minimum sticking or welding tendencies, and high corrosion resistance.
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The company offers a variety of TPU grades that have received food contact material approval and are said to be ideally suited for use in the production of conveyor belts used in supermarkets and food processing.
Key on the Panels work plan is the re-evaluation of the food contact material bisphenol a (BPA), which will start in early 2018.
The ordinance also bans the use of nanoparticles in printing ink substances unless a risk assessment explicitly shows that they are safe as a food contact material.
In Europe, wood as a food contact material is subject to European Regulation (EC) No.
Naturally, together with the change of compression force, the internal mechanical stress in the contact material changes.
Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director & CEO: Akira Tanae) has successfully developed CDF-10, a cadmium-free electrical contact material used primarily in vehicles and smartphones with improved sliding wear resistance*1 compared to existing products.
Contact resistance is less than 30 milliohms; contact material is AgSn02 or AgSn02ln203.
The new rulebook on food contact material enters into force on 1 October.
To assist clients in identifying Bisphenol A in food and food contact material, and to support the quality of food contact materials, Merieux Nutri-Sciences is expanding its services offer to include BPA testing.
Whenever food is placed in contact with another substance there is a risk that chemical from the contact material could migrate into the food.
The European Commission inaugurated the Community Reference Laboratory (CRL) for Food Contact Material on 7 December.
For more information contact Material Handling Industry of America at 704-676-1190 or visit www.