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They selected sites partly to provide a clear contrast in climates that might be expected to result in different levels of impact for coil UVGI.
As mentioned by Kajiwara et al in 20131 the primary focus of coil embolization was established for treatment of pulmonary atrioVentricular malformations.
The ''Global and Chinese Ignition Coil Industry, 2016 Market Research Report'' is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Ignition Coil Market with a focus on the Chinese market.
In reality, a metal detector is very seldom perfectly balanced and the control electronics are designed to compensate for small imbalances present when the metal detector is built or changes caused by thermal, mechanical or electromagnetic effects on the coil system.
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.
We proposed the merged coil type to solve the additional chip size and the cross-talk problems of the overlaid type.
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.
Coils are then wound 'off-line' by transferring product from the master reef to finished coil lengths at speeds four times that of extrusion line speeds using a fully integrated automatic coiling system.
I became so concerned about the problem I sent water samples and one coil to the EPA research laboratory in Cincinnati (Ohio) and asked them to investigate the problem," he said.
It involves the integration of the coil elements in the building process and at the same time allowing them to stand out as decorative motifs on the outer surface of the pot; as opposed to the conventional technique by which the coil elements are smoothened to achieve highly polished surfaces for which traditional potters are famous.