microtherm

microtherm

[′mī·krə‚thərm]
(ecology)
A plant requiring a mean annual temperature range of 0-14°C for optimum growth.
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Supply of calibrated debris representative of: - structure and fission product materials (approximately 5 ), - micro-debris of paint (between about 5 and 50 ), - microtherm (about 20 ), - concrete particles (approximately between 5 and 500 ), - isover fiber destroyed by high pressure jet, - burst of paint (thickness between 100 and 200 ).
Aspen Aerogels, Cabot and Microtherm are some of the manufacturers of these materials.
Microtherm sees great potential in the insulation segment and will continue focusing on innovation in that market in the coming years.
com), a pair of short gaiters, and an Eddie Bauer MicroTherm Featherweight Jacket.
Stock and pre-engineered microTherm CMX mold-temperature control units ensure precise and compact control of water temperatures from 50 to 250 F.
MICROTHERM is a highly efficient insulating material, used widely in steel, non-ferrous and glass industries, as well as in appliances, flight recorders and aircraft engine insulation.
The site was acquired in January 2007 from the previous occupiers Microtherm.
Workers at the Microtherm plant, which is the single biggest employer in the town of Bruff, Co Limerick, were told of the decision to close yesterday morning.
Staff who make parts for aircraft `black box' flight recorders at the Microtherm plant in Arrowe Brooke Road, Upton, have vowed to fight the closure.
For extreme weather, they also make garments insulated with Microtherm.