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acetal

[′as·ə‚tal]
(organic chemistry)
CH3CH(OC2H5)2 A colorless, flammable, volatile liquid used as a solvent and in manufacture of perfumes. Also known as 1,1-diethoxyethane.
Any one of a class of compounds formed by the addition of alcohols to aldehydes.
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Forming with the HYTAC-C1R increased the minimum sidewall thickness by 28 percent compared to PEI and 20 percent compared to acetal.
By special request a brass end may be specified in place of the acetal resin (POM) standard.
In the case of acetal copolymer, gloss values of around 7 are considered "low"; values in the 12 range are more typical.
Solvent-weld CPVC and PVC valves offer similar benefits to the ACETAL valves.
One manufacturer of computer printers even has molded Celcon acetal copolymer gears to AGMA Q10.
Recently, we did a great deal of testing before adopting Celcon acetal to ensure it posed no problems," says Vinay Malur, senior plastics engineer in the technology development group at A.
Celcon acetal MT grades resist strong disinfectants and other chemicals.
2] will lower the rate of reaction (relative to the bulk or melt-phase case) via dilution of the reactants, yet a decreased tendency for cross-linking during acetal formation may be observed as well.
In many cases, PK is better than acetal and nylons," says Sandeen.
LinkTech offers these couplings in their 20CB Plug and 40CB Plug Series and come equipped with a new unique Acetal Dowel Pin that prevents the coupling from rotating and causing an accidental disconnection.
com)-- NewAge Industries now offers easy-to-use Newloc(R) push-to-connect fittings in acetal copolymer and in brass.
As well as preventing corrosion, switching to ABS and acetal made parts easier to machine.