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We are excited to enhance our service offerings to include coiled tubing in our Production Services division," said Wm.
Since decoration is integrated into the building process, the time that would have been used for decoration would be saved, particularly where the potter depends entirely on the character of the coiled surface as his/her decorations on the pot.
The Low Ovality Technology allows pipe to have zero or negligible ovality and be coiled at internal diameters as low as only 12 times the pipe diameter (16 to 20 times is currently the norm).
Although fusion problems are rare in plastic pipelines assembled by qualified personnel, it makes good sense to avoid constructing pipelines from stick pipe joined by fusion methods when coiled pipe is available.
Coiled nozzle heater features 1000% more surface contact, high temperature connection, integrated thermocouple and proportioned profile heating.
We focused on coiled coils because they are one of the most interesting and important motifs from a biological point of view," Berger says.
Jim Declusin, the Company's President and CEO, stated, "We are very excited about the reopening of the seamless mill and the coiled tubing venture.
Another important objective of the program was to advance the state of coiled pipe technology.
25 SCIENCE, verifies Crick's predictions about the structure of coiled coils, says study director Peter S.
LOUIS -- Maverick Tube Corporation (NYSE:MVK) announced today that it has begun work on a $12 million project to expand the capacity of its Precision Tube coiled tubing facility by more than 50%.
The new plate coiler will be the final element of the company's wide coiled plate project and is expected to be installed by approximately year-end 1994," said Joseph A.
Segments of these chains may be coiled in the form of a helix or folded into parallel strands.