polyoxymethylene

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polyoxymethylene

[‚päl·ē‚äk·sē′meth·ə‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
(OCH2)n A polymer of formaldehyde that has excellent mechanical and high-temperature properties. Also know as polyacetal; polyformaldehyde.
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Among other medical grade polymeric materials, the most common acetal copolymer, Celcon M25 (trademarked material from Celanese), is being discontinued in July 2019.
Almost 13" in overall length, the Model 5 is a brute and comes with a self-locking Celcon sheath with retaining strap and multiple tie-down points.
It can be used on the construction of domestic houses of up to two-storey height, replacing the structure of the inner leaf of external cavity walls, separating walls and internal partitions with storey height Celcon Elements.
Celanese Corporation (NYSE:CE) announced on Tuesday a rise in price for its Hostaform and Celcon polyacetal (POM) grades as well as GUR ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE) and GHR high molecular weight polyethylene (VHMW-PE) grades with effect from 1 April 2017, or as contracts otherwise allow.
Acetal used in compounds can use either homopolymer or copolymer resin, commonly recognized as Delrin and Celcon. Compounds contain no PTFE, are halogen-free and are fully compliant with RoHS regulations.
The Wave Rest's spinning Celcon roller reduces arrow wear, increases arrow speed and provides increased arrow control during the shot, which boosts accuracy.
Polyacetal copolymer Celcon M90, a medium viscosity polymer providing optimum performance in general purpose injection molding and extrusion with melt flow rate 8.6 g/10 min, was supplied by Polyplastics (USA).
One manufacturer found that a 14-gear gear train for an air damper actuator molded in Celcon acetal copolymer (polyoxymethylene, POM) would cost half that of an all-metal drive.
(28) AElfric: Letter to Wulfsige (13, Fehr 3-4) and First Letter to Wulfstan 86-87 (Fehr 45-46); Old English Penitential III.6: eallunga is forboden on haligum bocum celcon bisceope 7 abbude 7 meessepreoste, pcet hi ncenigne wifmannes neawiste mid him ncebban ("It is forbidden in the holy books for any bishop or abbot or priest to be in the presence of any woman"; Die altenglische Version des Halitgar'schen Bussbuches, ed.
The company sees an ongoing demand for Celcon acetal copolymer in a broad range of markets, including the traditional uses in the automobile, industrial, appliance, and medical sectors, as well as demand for newer grades that provide lower gloss, greater electrostatic dissipation, and less wear.