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Butyl rubber is a polymer with unique chemical and physical properties. Butyl rubber’s impermeability to moisture and gases makes it ideal for manufacturing tubeless tires. Butyl rubber has wide range of applications including protective clothing, chewing gum and pharmaceutical medications. Butyl rubber has superior impermeability, and the long polyisobutylene segment of its polymer chain gives it excellent flex property.

 

Ethylene propylene rubber is classified into two different types of rubbers including EPM, which is an ethylene propylene monomer, and EPDM, which is a terpolymer and is based on three monomers including ethylene, propylene and a non-conjugated diene. EPM is an entirely saturated ethylene propylene rubber and hence requires vulcanization by radiation that releases free radicals such as organic peroxides.

 

Rubbers are described as materials which show elastic properties. These materials generally are long chain molecules known as polymers. Therefore, a combination of polymers and elastic property leads to formation of elastomers that are also known as rubbers. Rubber industry had been mainly developed with footwear industry in the year 1970.

 

Ethylenediamine (EDA) is an organic compound with chemical formula C2H4(NH2)2. It appears as a colorless clear liquid with a characteristic ammonia-like odor. Ethylenediamine (EDA) is a strong base and chelating agent. Ethylenediamine (EDA) can be produced at industrial scale through two processes.

 

Diethylenetriamine, also abbreviated as DETA serves as an organic compound. It is a colorless hygroscopic liquid which is soluble in polar organic solvents and water, but not simple hydrocarbons. DETA is the structural analogue of diethylene glycol, with chemical properties resembling to those of ethylene diamine with similar uses.

 

Flooring is a term for permanent covering of the floor or for the work of installing such a floor covering. Floor covering is used to describe any finish material applied over a floor structure to provide a walking surface. Materials generally classified as floor covering include area rugs, carpet and resilient flooring such as vinyl flooring or linoleum.

 

Nitrogen trifluoride (NF3) is a colorless, odorless, toxic, non-flammable inorganic compound. It is widely used in the microelectronic and semiconductor industries. It is used in the manufacture of electronic components; liquid crystal displays (LCDs), solar cells and panel displays. NF3 is considered as eco-friendly substitute for per-fluorocarbons and sulfur hexachloride in all mentioned applications.

 

Ethylene propylene elastomers are the most dominant type of synthetic rubber. For the production of ethylene propylene elastomers, ethylene and propylene are reacted in presence of catalyst to produce rubber. The resultant product can possess varied properties including crystalline, amorphous or semi crystalline depending on the composition of polymer and reaction conditions. 

 

Rubber is a polymer which is majorly classified as natural rubber and synthetic rubber. Natural rubber only contains the monomers of isoprene whereas; the synthetic rubber may contain different types of monomers. Natural rubber is coagulated latex obtained from certain types of trees that are grown in the tropics.

 

Microspheres are the innovative materials with extremely small particle size. They typically have diameters ranging from 1 micrometer to 1 millimeter. The extremely small particle size makes these materials suitable in several applications. They are usually manufactured using synthetic and non-synthetic materials.

 

Fluid power is the transfer of motions and forces using a pressurized fluid. In hydraulic fluid power systems the fluid used is oil and water whereas in pneumatic fluid power systems the fluid is air. Fluid power is best suited for high speed and high power applications. As compared to the other actuation technologies, fluid power is unsurpassed for power density and force, and is capable of generating very high forces with comparatively lightweight cylinder actuators.

 

The rise of mining and chemical industry has propelled the growth of companies that are providing material handling product and technologies. Material handling equipments are generally separated into engineered systems, storage and handling equipments, industrial trucks and bulk material handling equipments.

 

Oil and gas companies have to manage large data sets throughout the value chain of the hydrocarbon industry. In this capital intensive oil and gas sector the energy companies need to maintain complex and geographically diverse data sets of subcontractors, employees and suppliers. The new cost pressures have led oil and gas companies to increase their efficiency in exploration and production services.

 

An air handler, or air handling unit (often abbreviated to AHU), is a device used to regulate and circulate air as part of a heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system. An air handler is usually a large metal box containing a blower, heating or cooling elements, filter racks or chambers, sound attenuators, and dampers.

 

Usage of large quantity of water in various industries produces a huge amount of wastewater. As per government regulation, wastewater should be treated before discharging it into water streams. Stringent environmental regulations coupled with increased quantity of wastewater is driving the global effluent treatment plants market during the forecast period.

 

Rapid industrialization along with an increase in population can propel the demand for oil and gas. Increase in the exploration activities to locate new oil and gas reservoirs can have direct implications on the pipeline installation service market. Uneven distribution of crude oil and natural gas reserves coupled with the increasing demand for energy, will directly affect the oil and gas transportation sector.

 

Increasing demand of oil and gas coupled with decreasing oil and gas reserves are expected to boost demand for the global oil and gas measuring instrumentation market. Additional investment is required to achieve balance between above alternatives and further increase efficient extraction of the oil and gas.

 

The increasing offshore installations have to be supported by reliable lifting and material handling services to manage operations in an efficient manner. The lifting requirements of offshore installations vary depending on the vessel type. The companies providing heavy lifting and material handling equipments to the offshore industry also build standardized blocks to cater the lifting requirements in offshore facilities.

 

A well kill is a strategy that is sometimes used to close off an active well, making it easier to contain the flow of product from the well and successfully cap it. While there are several strategies used to accomplish this goal, many involve the use of what is known as kill mud or fluid to effectively block the surge of other substances from the well, alleviating pressure and making it possible to move forward with successfully sealing the well bore.

 

Oil and gas industry is investing heavily in new technologies to increase oil production and meet energy demand. Depleting reserves are hampering the oil production of the companies. The focus has been shifted towards deep and ultra deep reserves that are unexplored. But the companies are also using enhanced oil recovery method to produce from depleting reserves.

 

A tincture is an alcoholic extract of plant or animal material or solution of such low volatility substance. Tincture of opium which is also known as laudanum is an alcoholic herbal preparation containing approximately 10% powdered opium by weight. Opium is a highly narcotic drug acquired as dried latex that contains approximately 12% of the analgesic alkaloid morphine.

 

Tocopheryl acetate is an ester of acetic acid and tocopherol. Tocopheryl acetate is considered as potent anti-oxidant that can penetrate through human skin to reach living cells. It is isolated from vegetable oils, dairy product, eggs, meat, nuts, cereals, yellow vegetables and leafy green vegetables.

 

Noscapine is an alkaloid obtained from poppy plants. It is used in the pharmaceutical industry as an anti-tussive or cough suppressing agent. Noscapine does not possess pain killing properties, however, it is known to alleviate cough. It is also known as narcotine, anarcotine, nectodon, nospen and opiane among others.

 

Hydrocodone bitartrate is often used to relieve severe ongoing pain. It belongs to the narcotic (opiate) analgesic class of drugs. It affects the functioning of the brain by altering how the body responds to pain. Hydrocodone Bitartrate is generally prescribed for oral ingestion as narcotic aanalgesic and antitussive. It is often given in combination with ibuprofen or acetaminophen.

 

Sufentanil citrate is a synthetic analgesic drug and primarily finds its application in inducing anesthesia during surgery. Sufentanil citrate is also used as epidural anesthesia during labor and delivery along with various other medicines.  Sufentanil citrate is typically white in color and used in powdered form.  Sufentanil citrate demonstrates high solubility in both water as well as alcohol.

 

Conjunctivitis also termed as pink eye in the United States and Madras eyes in India is caused due to infection or inflammation of the transparent membrane that covers the part of eyeball and inner surface of eyelids. The name Madras eye was originated in 20th century when adenovirus was discovered in India. Conjunctivitis is most commonly caused due to viral or bacterial infection, exposure to chemical or irritants or allergic reaction.

 

In recent years, some of the largest hydrocarbon discoveries have been announced in deepwater offshore areas. The offshore projects are capital intensive and complex in nature. Capital expenditure and operating costs can escalate substantially if the projects are not managed efficiently. An information management system is an essential part of offshore installations which is a combination of a host of software tools and related services.

 

Ischemia is characterized by a specific condition, where there is an insufficient flow of blood supply to tissues, leading to a shortage of oxygen and glucose which is needed for cellular metabolism. Due to an obstruction and insufficient blood supply, various organs and tissue get severely damaged. Ischemia, if left untreated, may lead to tissue death. Ischemia is primarily caused by thrombosis of an artery, embolism, vasculitis, atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease and peripheral artery disease.

 

A distortion-free operation of the offshore equipment is crucial for the efficiency of the whole plant. Large portion of investments are being allocated towards the maintenance of offshore oil and gas platforms with the purpose of maximizing oil production operations. The failure of offshore equipments is not necessarily only associated with the cost of repairing the equipments and components, but also the loss of operating time.

 

Japanese encephalitis is a mosquito-borne viral infection mostly found in the rural parts of the Asia. Encephalitis According to World Health Organization, intensification and expansion of irrigated rice production system in South-East Asia over past 20 years is primarily responsible for escalating the disease burden by Japanese encephalitis. The disease is caused by flavivirus and affects approximately 68,000 people annually in Asia.
 
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