nuplex

nuplex

[′nü‚pleks]
(nucleonics)
Proposed nuclear reactor which would both produce electrical power and heat water for desalination and other industrial benefits.
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France), Nuplex Industries Limited (Australia), Koninklijke DSM N.
Already a platinum-selling solo star in his native Denmark, Wafande's debut album with producer writer Nuplex is a swanky but tame cocktail of smoky soul and cultured hiphop breaks and beats.
Singer Wafande is big back home, a judge on The Voice, while Nuplex is a hip-hop producer.
Effective April 22, 2016, Solenis Australia Pty Limited signed an agreement to acquire substantially all of the business assets of Nuplex Pulp & Paper from Nuplex Industries Limited.
Commercially available diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A (DGEBA) epoxy resin (R 180), and its aliphatic amine curing agent, H180 (a mixture of triethylenetetramine and isophoronediamine) from Nuplex epoxies, NZ were used as received in the mixing ratio 5:1.
Two organic waterborne resin systems were used as matrix precursors: a polyurethane and an acrylic polymer emulsion, provided by Nuplex Resins (Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands), noted here as PU098 (PU) and Setalux 6768 (Sx), respectively.
Some other companies operating in the global market includes Synthomer, Wacker Chemie AG, DIC Corporation, Nuplex Industry and Omnova Solution.
Setyrene 13-1405 (styrenated soya-based alkyd) which was used as a control, was graciously donated by Nuplex.
New Zealand-based resins maker Nuplex Industries (NZE:NPX) said it had agreed to buy German sector player Viverso GmbH from Bayer MaterialScience (BMS) for EUR75m (USD106.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-22 November 2007-Verizon Business selected by Nuplex as global network services provider(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Akzo Nobel sold its resins operation to Nuplex Industries of New Zealand last year but chose to keep its printing resins business.
Indeed, one of the major advancements in the ABB System 80+ from previous plant designs is its Nuplex 80+ advanced control complex, which uses computers, microprocessors, multiplexing, and fiber optics to eliminate 80 percent of the indicators, 60 percent of the alarm annunciators, and 70 percent of the electric cable required by conventional control rooms.