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Dispenser/Melters, Low-Melting Alloy

Definition : Equipment designed for melting and dispensing low-melting alloys (the melting point is usually below 100 degrees Celsius [212 degrees Fahrenheit]). This equipment typically consists of (1) a melter made of a metal (e.g., stainless steel) unit with double walls and a ceramic heater to melt the alloy, an accurate temperature control, and a display; and (2) a dispenser with a dedicated faucet with a no-drip ball valve. Low-melting alloy dispensers/melters are used mainly in healthcare facilities to manufacture custom-made radiotherapy block shields in dedicated workshops. This equipment may also be used with medium-melt alloys (i.e., alloys with melting temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius [302 degrees Fahrenheit]).

Entry Terms : "Dispensers, Low-Melting Alloys" , "Low-Melting Alloy Dispenser/Melters" , "Melters, Low-Melting Alloys" , "Melting/Dispensing Stations, Radiotherapy Shielding Block"

UMDC code : 27648

U.S.companies only
Suppress Subsidiary Companies

1-1 of 1 Match(es).

Jensen Industries Inc

Company Type: Parent

1-1 of 1 Match(es).


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