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Materials and chemicals used across the manufacturing and process industries. Includes raw materials, gases, liquids, lubricants, packaging materials and cleaning agents.

Dry-tech box

Igus Dry-Tech sample kit helps engineers find the right bearing material for their application downloadweblink

IgusWed, 16 Apr 2014

The Dry-Tech box from Igus is a sample kit designed to help engineers find the right bearing material for their application. It includes a complete array of Iglidur bearing materials suitable for a variety of applications; for example, Iglidur H for corrosive environments and blue-coloured, FDA-approved Iglidur A350 for the food industry.

Product guide: thermoplastic resins from Data Plastics download

Data PlasticsThu, 17 Apr 2014

This guide sets out the mould shrinkage, specific gravity, drying condition time, melt temperature and mould temperature of a range of thermoplastic resins.

Data sheet: storage and handling procedures for P-80 rubber assembly lubricants download

International ProductsThu, 17 Apr 2014

This data sheet from International Products explains the correct storage and handling procedures for its P-80 temporary rubber assembly lubricants.

Ronadeck resin bound surfacing

Case study: Cockermouth Hospital — Ronadeck resin-bound surfacing download

RonacreteWed, 16 Apr 2014

Ronacrete-aproved contractor Route One Highways has been appointed to lay 880m² of Ronadeck resin-bound surfacing to paths around Cockermouth Hospital. 

Ronabond MCI

Product brochure: Ronabond MCI corrosion inhibitor from Ronacrete download

RonacreteWed, 16 Apr 2014

Ronabond MCI is a surface-applied corrosion inhibitor. It migrates through normal and dense concrete structures and seek out the steel reinforcement bars in concrete.

More product downloads

Technical bulletin: health, safety and environmental affairs — nitrites download

Master ChemicalTue, 15 Apr 2014

In September 1984, the US Environmental Protection Agency issued two documents on the subject of nitrosamines, in which it made a case for not mixing any types of amine, particularly DEA (diethanolamine) and TEA (triethanolamine), with nitrites of any kind because of the possible formation of N-nitrosodiethanolamine (NDELA), which is a suspected carcinogen. Depending on the grade of TEA purchased, there could be small to moderate amounts of DEA present in the material. In this bulletin, ...