contact material

contact material

[′kän‚takt mə′tir·ē·əl]
(metallurgy)
A metal having high electrical and thermal conductivity, low contact resistance, minimum sticking or welding tendencies, and high corrosion resistance.
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The mixing drum rotates on heavy-duty hardened steel or Nylon "trunnion rollers" external to the mixing cylinder, eliminating the maintenance, product contamination and cleaning difficulty associated with internal shaft seals that contact material. An optional "reversing weir" at the mixer's outlet allows virtually complete discharge of blended material at the end of a product run, facilitating rapid changeover.
This is because Sn[O.sub.2] in Ag/Sn[O.sub.2] contact material is a kind of wide bandgap semiconductor material, which is almost insulator [4].
The company offers a variety of TPU grades that have received food contact material approval and are said to be ideally suited for use in the production of conveyor belts used in supermarkets and food processing.
The ordinance also bans the use of nanoparticles in printing ink substances unless a risk assessment explicitly shows that they are safe as a food contact material.
"Our process is used for treating open wounds, which is Why it is of essential importance to us that the contact material of the sensor pad comply with all relevant medical certifications and can be used in direct contact with the human bloodstream," explained Dr.
In Europe, wood as a food contact material is subject to European Regulation (EC) No.
Naturally, together with the change of compression force, the internal mechanical stress in the contact material changes.
One type of electrical contact material, clad material, uses a different high electrical conductivity contact metal bonded only to the points of contact on a comparatively inexpensive base metal.
Contact resistance is less than 30 milliohms; contact material is AgSn02 or AgSn02ln203.
"Yet one of the most important reasons to choose CKB is its proven food safety, which is based on pure virgin fibres, strictly controlled production and the elimination of all contamination risks, compliance with existing EU food contact material legislation and certified hygiene management systems on our production sites," said Werner.
Perfluorinated compounds are used in a wide variety of industrial and consumer products, including fire fighting foam, non-stick cookware, and grease and water-repellent materials such as food contact material, ski wax and GoreTex, for example.
The new rulebook on food contact material enters into force on 1 October.