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Jones informed the interviewers that the only technology available has been general torso coils, which don't have enough sensitivity to detect cancers, and the endorectal probe, an invasive coil that has given male patients considerable pause (or denial) when it comes to their diagnostic options.
Increasing shale gas extraction in China is likely to have a positive impact on coil tubing market in Asia Pacific.
In contrast, a food processor using a tunnel or spiral with a High Hygiene coil bodes well for boosting consumer confidence.
When trying to control bleeding, precise coil placement is critical in embolization procedures," said Andrew Conder, senior global product manager for embolization at Cook Medical.
Supplying pipe in coils rather than in sticks results in the number of joints being significantly reduced, potentially by up to 90 percent, resulting in lower installation costs, shorter installation times and highly improved pipeline integrity over its lifetime.
The ability to produce 100 coils an hour also enables users to carry minimum stocks of finished coils in all lengths and sizes while a bulk reel of pipe takes up a third of the space of completed coils.
Hankinson said none of the findings pointed to a reason for the coil failures.
With the new technique, the potter does not have to create another time for decoration, since the impressions created by the unsmoothed surfaces of the coils form the decoration on the surface of the pot, making it possible for coil laying and decoration to be carried out simultaneously.
There was an increase of field in proximity of coil, on the contrary in area far from center was observed decreasing of field.
Various options are available such as wheel mounting and an integrated coil unload system.
Nashville Gas and Questar performed stick and coil installations at the same time using their own personnel and conventional equipment.
Supplies mica-, ceramic- and mineral-insulated band and flat heaters; cartridge, coil, cable and flexible heaters; and tubular and drum heaters.