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An economist by education, a visionary by experience, and a car racer by hobby, Wood insists that he has grown up on `drilling and coiled tubing services' and has worked his way to the top through extensive experience in the energy industry.
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.
Nashville Gas, Questar Gas, and Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) each installed coiled PA-11 pipe in pressures from 175-200 psig to test the assumption that it would be more economical than a conventional steel pipeline constructed of 40-foot sticks.
To search for coiled coils, Berger's team adopted a statistical approach that checks how often each of the 20 different types of amino acid arises in a particular protein.
Tom Wood, CEO, Xtreme, added, The purchase of Xtreme's industry leading, advanced AC-electric coiled tubing technology validates our long-term vision to develop the most automated and advanced coiled tubing system in the world.
Because of its weight and size, coiled PE pipe requires appropriate handling equipment.
All utilities that used coiled pipe during this project said they believe the cost/benefit ratio favors coiled plastic main.
25 SCIENCE, verifies Crick's predictions about the structure of coiled coils, says study director Peter S.
Segments of these chains may be coiled in the form of a helix or folded into parallel strands.
Coiled nozzle heater features 1000% more surface contact, high-temperature connection, integrated thermocouple and proportioned profile heating.
Coiled nozzle heater features 1000% more surface contact, high temperature connection, inte-grated thermocouple and proportioned profile heating.
Coiled coaxial electric heaters for injection molding offer unit to unit interchangeability ([+ or -]2% of nominal resistance tolerance) and are most often used to heat hotrunner nozzles and sprues.