nonferrous


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nonferrous

1. denoting any metal other than iron
2. not containing iron

nonferrous

Containing no, or very little, iron.
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Nonferrous diecasters (excluding aluminum) managed the lowest number of incidents in 2007 at 6.1.
Blemker says the acquisition also will complement PSC's recent investments in its Canton and Cleveland nonferrous operations.
Also new from AEC are True Temp Series mini water-temperature controllers with a footprint of 17.5x23 in They provide water a upto 250 P with 0.5 or 0.75-hp pumps (15-20 gal/min) and heaters up to 9 kw incoloy immersion heaters stainless-steel tank, nonferrous piping and an off the shelf PID controller are standard.
In this area, too, the newly surveyed nondiecasting nonferrous group reported the fewest incidents.
Nonferrous scrap is directed to the appropriate storage or processing area by the scale house personnel.
Hydrotherm compact portable circulating water system is equipped with stainless-steel pump and nonferrous plumbings with 9 kw heating capacity and 25 gpm.
PSC Metals' Canton location was selected as the first nonferrous operation because of its long-term commercial relationships, yard-buying experience, central location and scrap-processing assets, according to Mike Chime, manager of PSC Metals Nonferrous Development, Northeast Operations.
Monitors government regulations affecting nonferrous foundries.
Conair, Pittsburgh, redesigned its line of portable air- and water-cooled chillers with nonferrous plumbing, scroll compressors, and new PLC controls.
From its start as a small nonferrous retail recycler, Blaze branched out initially at its Norcross property.
Optional computer-interface capability (RS232, RS422, RS485, SPI Protocol), special alarms, JIC/NEMA-12 construction, nonferrous plumbing, and special power requirements.
Revisions to the circular include updated specifications for nonferrous grades Honey and Zorba and the addition of new guidelines for Tally, Elmo and Shelmo.