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The hot-plate test values of the group that was administered only STZ were not significantly different from those of the control group (Figure 1).
Table--1: Response (paw-licking or jumping) Latency (in seconds) in Hot-plate method for group-1 (control- treated with distilled water) Rat Response Time (sec) No.
The antinociceptive response on the hot-plate is considered to result from a combination of central and peripheral mechanisms (26).
ISO type injection molded bars, with 4 mm thickness, were cut in half and welded with a purpose built semi-automatic hot-plate welding machine.
The process itself is similar to hot-plate welding except for the heating mechanism.
Standard line of ultrasonic, vibration, hot-plate, spin welders, laser welders provides solutions for customer requirements.
Introducing Model 1524 servo-driven hot-plate welder with programmed force and distance control and high speed that reportedly cuts cycle time by 50%.
Also orbital vibration welding, a friction process that uses constant-velocity orbital motion to weld materials with as little as 30-mil part-to-part clearance; hot-plate welding, a direct thermal welding technique suitable for complex, irregular shapes (joint can be curved in all planes); spin welding suitable for circular parts with final orientation within 1[degrees], and thermal welding.
Other developments (including some not exhibited at these shows) include greater use of servo drives in laser, hot-plate, and vibration welding systems, a PC-based control system that manages up to four ultrasonic welders, and the first optical-transmission instrument to measure the laser weldability of plastic parts.
Ultrasonic welding equipment for thermoplastics and metal, and hot-plate, hot air/cold upset and spin-welding equipment utilizing welding, staking, inserting, spot welding and degating.
Great Lakes said the switch to hydrocarbons has reduced the ability of the standard hot-plate test to predict flammability performance of PIR roofing boards in the Factory Mutual Calorimeter test (FM 4450).
Also orbital vibration welding, a friction process that uses constant-velocity orbital motion to weld materials with as little as 30-mil part-to-part clearance; hot-plate welding, a direct thermal welding, technique suitable for complex, irregular shapes (joint can be curved in all planes); and spin welding, suitable for circular parts with final orientation within 1[degrees].