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appentice, pent, pentice

appentice
A minor structure built against the side of a building, with a roof of single slope; a penthouse, 3.

pent

1. Same as chimney pent.
2. Same as pent roof.
3. A small room, lean-to, or shed, often with one or more open sides.
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Table 1 shows the butt-fusion joint SENT and PENT specimens tested to date from 10k and 2k PE4710 HDPE resins and their corresponding failure times.
When comparing the PENT (S = 25 mm, Width, W=10mm, a,/W = 0.
Note that the temperature factor is not involved because the PENT test and the pipe test were both done at 80[degrees]C.
Note that the lifetime of the pipe is directly proportional to the PENT value of the resin.
The PENT test was done on the very same resin from each of the pipes.
7, and since pipe test and PENT test were both done at 80[degrees]C
The 75/25 blend and PENT copolymer had the best barrier performance, which could be correlated also with the lowest shrinkage (greater structural stability).
In addition to steady existing production, this acquisition clearly gives Pent Energy a key acreage position in the state of Oklahoma.
Summary: Pent up volatility could lead to breakouts and trend reversals depending on what happens at the G20 summit and with the ECB rate decision.
The pent up demand we are seeing for this product is staggering," said Jim Schultz, Vice President and General Manager of the Celetronix Power Products Division headquartered here.
We knew there was a pent up demand for the GR-303 feature on the DCO switching system but the level of interest far exceeds our expectations" continued Brashear.
Higher than anticipated fourth quarter profits in the corporate sector, increased consumer confidence, an up-surge in home sales and a pent up demand for big ticket items are all indicative of a healthier economy, and when the economy is strong, rates go up," says Bitton, who notes that increases were most evident in long-term interest rates.