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Dynalene launches its annual “Fluid Solutions” magazine

Heat transfer fluids are important components of many industrial processes. We, here at Dynalene, have long been thinking about having a magazine dedicated to these fluids. There is no academic curriculum that teaches the science and engineering of heat transfer fluids. Therefore, we have decided to cover topics that are relevant to a heat transfer …

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Do you need Flash Point testing done on your sample?

Do you need Flash Point testing done on your sample?

How Can Flash Point Help You??? GHS Safety Data Sheet Reformatting Transportation Classification Disposal Requirements Safe Storage and Handling DOT & IATA Flammable Classification Flash Point Analysis is important for the transportation and storage of chemicals. Flash Point is used to classify materials as flammable or combustible. The classification of your material will affect many …

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How Can Rheology/Viscosity Testing Help You??

Quality Control Design Engineering Material Characterization Dynalene has 3 techniques to determine the viscosity of your products! We can obtain more complex information with our TA Instruments AR-G2 Rheometer, including Yield Stress, Shear Thinning/Thickening, Thixotropy, etc. We also have the classic Brookfield Viscometer and Cannon-Fenske Viscometers for kinematic viscosity. “WHY DYNALENE??” Multiple Techniques Quick Turnaround …

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Do you need FTIR testing done on your sample?

FTIR Analysis is the most common method to confirm the identification of raw materials. Unknown materials can also be compared to our FTIR spectrum library. Based on the absorption pattern of the FTIR spectrum, information can be obtained on the functional groups present in the sample. WHY DYNALENE?? Quick Turnaround Competitive Rates Flexible Service Multi-Sample …

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