autoclaving cycle

autoclaving cycle

1. In autoclave curing, the time interval between the start of the temperature-rise period and the end of the blowdown period.
2. A schedule of the time and temperature-pressure conditions of periods which make up the cycle.
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After rack reloading, information about the new windshields is written to the tags and the autoclaving cycle begins anew.
The foamed plaster process or permeable metalcasting plaster, has been designed to produce mold permeabilities comparable to those obtained in the Antioch process, but without the autoclaving cycle.
These robust lights are made of inorganic, non-aging materials and sealed with SCHOTTs proven glass-to-metal technology, enabling them to withstand more than 3500 autoclaving cycles.
Transmission loss of PURAVIS after 100 autoclaving cycles has been greatly reduced by up to 70% compared to previous fibers.