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It reportedly reduces melt viscosity and improves flow, promotes uniform dispersion of fillers, improves mechanical properties, and reduces mold shrinkage and die swell.
The DSM program is designed to reduce energy demand in specific electrical networks.
To help our readers get more for less, we asked the wet end experts to weigh in on how effective chemical use can help them reduce costs, improve efficiency, and meet environmental targets.
They are inexpensive, have little fat, and may reduce the risk of heart disease, hypertension, and even cancer.
Seven years after the passage of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) adopted the Aviation Noise Abatement Policy (ANAP), which among other things, sought to reduce aircraft noise at the source--the aircraft itself.
The goal is to find suitable replacements that reduce the emission characteristics of the carbonaceous additives generated during metalcasting without sacrificing the quality of castings.
Even widely deployed and highly effective (50%-90% efficacy) pre- or postexposure vaccines would only be able to reduce the number of TB cases by one third.
In addition to lower storage acquisition costs, tiered storage architectures also significantly reduce operational costs.
Because of the averaging of distributions over a five-year base period, a foundation may want to reduce its current-year distributions to make it easier to qualify for the reduced rate in a subsequent year.
The implementation of improved processes and a clinical system reduces time spent on documentation.
By decreasing the need to constantly balance resources with performance, HyperRoll reduces the time customers will spend on database maintenance, often by more than 80 percent.
Since most muscle injuries occur in the normal range of motion, not in a lengthened state, the stretching will not reduce the causative factors.