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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.

Q8 Baroni XGPH

Q8 Baroni XGPH cutting fluid from Q8oils is suitable for multi-purpose machining downloadweblink

Q8OilsFri, 4 Apr 2014

Designed for use in CNC machines, flexible manufacturing and centralised systems and modern, high-flow machining centres, Q8 Baroni XGPH from Q8Oils can be used on a wide range of difficult-to-machine materials including cast iron, stainless steel, high-tensile steel, yellow metals, aluminium alloys and titanium.

High carbon tempered spring steel

Selection guide: spring/retaining ring materials and their characteristics download

TFCMon, 14 Apr 2014

Selecting the proper material for an application requires a general knowledge of what is available for use in TFC’s flat wire products and depends on the environment in which the spring/retaining ring is to be used.

Materials guide: properties, uses and limitations of various plastics download

Data PlasticsMon, 14 Apr 2014

This materials guide from Data Plastics focuses on the properties, uses and limitations of the various plastics offered by the company.

Ronascreed self-smooth topping

Product brochure: Ronascreed self-smooth topping from Ronacrete download

RonacreteThu, 10 Apr 2014

Ronascreed self-smooth topping from Ronacrete is a flow-applied protein-free floor topping for industrial floors.

Q8 plant maintenance solutions brochure cover

Product brochure: Q8 plant maintenance solutions from Q8Oils download

Q8OilsThu, 10 Apr 2014

This plant maintenance solutions brochure from Q8Oils categorises its products into slideway lubricants, gear oils, circulation oils, hydraulic oils and more. 

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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, ...