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Electrochemical Gas Detector (1 supplier)
Electrochemical Grinding Equipment (1 supplier)
Electrochemical Machine Power Supplies (1 supplier)
Electrochemical Machining (3 suppliers)
Electrochemical Marking (3 suppliers)
Electrochemical Multiplexer (1 supplier)
Electrochemical Polishing (2 suppliers)
Electrochemical Sensors (6 suppliers)
Electrochemical Surface Grinder (2 suppliers)
Electrochemical Testing (3 suppliers)
Electrochemical Testing measures the corrosion potential, applying a reference electrode and a voltmeter with high internal resistance. Electrochemical testing makes use of a potentiostat. Electrochemical testing is not a reliable method for assessing long-term galvanic corrosion behavior of epoxy-metal couples in seawater but is effective in evaluating differences in corrosion resistance with varying cathode. The electrochemical testing consist of the generation of anodic polarization curves in an electrolyte of 10% calf serum and 90% isotonic saline at temperature of 37.0 0.5 degree Celsius and a pH of 7.00 0.05.
Electrochemicals (2 suppliers)
Electrochemistry Multimeters (2 suppliers)
ElectroChlorination (15 suppliers)
Electrochlorination is used for water purification, chlorination of swimming pools, and disinfecting seawater used for cooling at power stations or on large ships. A small electric current applied through a ceramic electrode causes decomposition of water and the dissolved sodium chloride adjacent to the electrode to yield hypochlorous and/or hypochlorite ions. These ions have strong disinfecting capabilities. This process involves the electrolysis of sodium chloride to produce chlorine, hydrogen, hypochlorite, and NaOH.
Electrochlorination Anodes (5 suppliers)
Electrochlorination Coatings (4 suppliers)
Electrochlorination Equipment (4 suppliers)
Electrochlorination System (1 supplier)
Electrochlorinator, Electrolyzers (4 suppliers)
Electrochlorinators (13 suppliers)
An electrochlorinator is a device performing electrochlorination process. It produces chlorinated water from seawater or brine, using electricity. The chlorinated water is used as disinfectant cleaning agent in a heat exchanger. No other chemicals are required. When a low voltage DC current is applied to two graphite electrodes submerged in seawater, electrolysis occurs and sodium hypo chlorite (NaOCl) is generated instantaneously. This is classified as a non-hazardous chemical although still a very effective disinfectant. The only byproduct, hydrogen, is safely vented into the atmosphere.
Electrocoagulation (1 supplier)
Electrocoat Systems (1 supplier)
Electrocoating (19 suppliers)
Electrocoating is an organic coating method that uses electrical current to deposit paint onto a part or assembled product. Electrocoating, which is also referred to as electrodeposition, electrophoretic deposition or electropainting, is an organic finishing process that uniformly applies thin-film primers and one-coat finishes to metallic substrates. Electrocoating resembles electroplating, which utilizes an electric current to deposit a coating onto substrates. This electrocoating deposits waterborne paint onto substrates rather than metal ions. Electrocoating reduces or eliminates volatile organic compounds, hazardous air pollutants and the generation of hazardous waste associated with conventional solvent spray application. This electrocoating uses electrical energy to apply organic finishes.
Electrode Adapters (1 supplier)
Electrode Amplifier (1 supplier)
Electrode Blanks (1 supplier)
Electrode Blanks are used to create a blank for an electrode. The geometry to create the electrode tip using the electrode feature command. Then use this command to complete the construction by removing all electrode geometry entirely from original part and replace it with an instance of a component. The new electrode part can then be brought into a drawing sheet and an electrode table created. A blank is a rectangular or cylindrical top for the electrode tip. Rectangular blanks may have a mark to assist with correct orientation. A mark is either a chamfer in one of the four corners or half cylinder notch removed from the middle of the front or back. Choose to have the blank centered at the datum origin or at the center of the oriented bounding stock box, which is the default.
Electrode Buttons (1 supplier)
Electrode Cabinets (1 supplier)
Electrode cap (2 suppliers)
Electrode Cap Removers (1 supplier)
Electrode Cleaners (2 suppliers)
Electrode Container (1 supplier)
Electrode Dressers (2 suppliers)
Electrode Dressing Blade (3 suppliers)
Electrode Drying Carry Oven (6 suppliers)
Electrode Drying Ovens (8 suppliers)
Electrode Element Refixing (1 supplier)
Electrode Engraving (2 suppliers)
Electrode Holder Replacement Parts (1 supplier)
Electrode Holders (8 suppliers)
Electrode Ovens (4 suppliers)
Electrode Polishing Kits (1 supplier)
Electrode Prechargers (3 suppliers)
Electrode Processing Machines (1 supplier)
Electrode Reconditioning Ovens (2 suppliers)
Electrode Sensors (1 supplier)
Electrode Set Couplings (1 supplier)
Electrode Stabilizing Ovens (1 supplier)
Electrode Steam Humidifiers (2 suppliers)
Electrode Tubes (4 suppliers)
Electrode/Insulator Assembly (3 suppliers)
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