tight fold

tight fold

[′tīt ′fōld]
(geology)
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The Sapphire NC Plus balloon dilatation catheter is a true non-compliant balloon featuring TiFo (tight fold) folding of the balloon material for enhanced crossability in the tightest lesions, Hydro-X coating for improved lubricity and passability, and an enhanced distal tip which allows for smooth lesion entry.
In addition, the company's Sapphire NC Plus a true non-compliant balloon featuring TiFo (tight fold) folding of the balloon material for enhanced crossability in the tightest lesions, Hydro-X coating for improved lubricity and passability and an enhanced distal tip which allows for smooth lesion entry.
About 3 m above the contact, the Chain Rock member displays bedding that is deformed into a tight fold that produces strongly curved intersection lineations on the regional slaty cleavage, showing that the cleavage transects both limbs of the fold (Fig.
However, scattered lenses of pale metasiltstone show a smaller proportion of cordierite porphyroblasts than their matrix, and contain visible laminae of pale metasiltstone that are folded in open to tight folds (Figs.
It is possible that destructive interference of the magnetic analytic signal across a tight fold structure may be masking the true potential of this area to host a substantial deposit of magnetite.
The balloon catheter's HIST (HIgh Speed Tracking) tip enables flexible tracking along the guidewire, while OrbusNeich's TIFO (Tight Fold) processing results in a slender profile for enhanced crossability through tight lesions.
Slip*Strip label holders offer easy reading and barcode scanning with a clear PVC face over a white background, an open bottom edge for easy label insertion and a tight fold at the top to firmly hold any size label.
The thrust/reverse faults along the eastern and western limbs of the HKS are the result of southwest-and southeast-directed thin/thick skin imbricate thrusting and southwest-and southeast-verging open to tight folds respectively.