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melter

[′melt·ər]
(engineering)
A chamber used for melting.
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For more information about Nordson FS200 Drum Melters contact Nordson Corporation, 11475 Lakefield Drive, Duluth, Georgia 30097.
This is this second ice melter product from NASC's consumer and industrial business to receive this designation.
The new multi-hose adhesive fill system is flexible, based on the application and can feed from one to four melters helping packagers reduce adhesive waste caused by manual filling.
VersaBlue Plus melters also offer optional integrated closed-loop pattern control for up to eight (8) channels for intermittent dispensing applications.
I look forward to expanding the firm's capabilities and identifying a range of ways to further leverage both existing and new technologies for the benefit of our clients," said Melter.
Nordson Corporation announced the introduction of its new Fulfill retrofit system, which allows owners of Nordson ProBlue 4,7 and 10 liter melters to add maintenance- and labor-saving automatic adhesive filling capability to their existing operations.
and InEnTec LLC to develop, operate and market plasma gasification facilities using Plasma Enhanced Melter (PEM[R]) technology.
Safe-T-Pet(TM) is non-toxic, non-irritating, and less corrosive than salt or salt-based ice melter blends, making it safer for use with kids, surfaces, and pets.
The ice melter was specifically created to offer consumers a pet-friendly option, developed with a patent-pending formula containing 100 percent organic ingredients, and contains no salt or chemicals.
Purchase criteria such as minimum ice melt temperatures, as well as understanding melting ingredients and their capabilities, are crucial in order to make the correct and best ice melter buying decision.
dot gun, a specially developed electronic Braille code pattern controller and a Nordson adhesive melter.
a new melter, dosing furnaces and automatic pouring, incorporating new mold-handling equipment and installing a conveyor system for shakeout, the Gerstmeiers brought their shop to a higher level of metalcasting.