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  • Description: Corrosion
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    • Texas Towers

    • Radar; Towers;
    • Written on back: "Famed 'Texas Towers' of the Continental Radar Warning System wear leggings of Lukens Monel clad steel which reach from beneath the water level to above the splash level to provide protection against action of the salt water."...
    • Metals-Zirconium

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    • Pure zirconium by the ton-Westinghouse engineer Alexander Squire examines a stock of zirconium crystal bar produced at the firm's Atomic Power Division plant. Slightly lighter than steel, highly resistant to corrosion and heat, the glistening metal...
    • Steel centrifuge machine

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    • Operator Bob Tittle checks a stainless steel centrifuge machine in the nylon salt building at the Belle Works. Despite its higher cost, stainless steel is used in large quantities in piping and equipment throughout the plant to prevent corrosion to...
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1973]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Bumper cars; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Nylon; Knitting; Dynamite;
    • Table of Contents: A bashing good time; Corrosion fighters, Texas style; The informer; Paper safeguard for a high-powered age; A labor of love; Taming the toughest mile; A very special divider; Guiding light for airmen; A protective wrap for...
    • Nylon products

    • Nylon
    • Hypodermic needles bubs molded of DuPont Zytel nylon resin resist corrosion and are not affected by repeated sterilization. The hub, fitted to the end of a glass syringe, is the removable piece in which the needle is mounted. The resiliency of...
    • Nylon medical equipment

    • Nylon
    • New in the medical field is a hypodermic needle bun of nylon which makes good use of the hygienic characteristics of the plastic This hub, fitted to the end of a glass syringe, is the removable piece in which the needles in mount. Chosen during the...
    • DuPont Magazine [April-May 1953]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Agriculture; Pest control; Air conditioning industry; Textile industry;
    • Table of Contents: The steel test tube; DuPont's new blowing agent; The aristocrat of the silica family; Plastics at home; An uncommon carrier; The gardener's one-two punch; New prints from old; Rolling billboards; Report on our 150th year;...
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1961]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Paper industry; Textile industry; Paint industry; Food industry; Quarrying; Clothing industry;
    • Table of Contents: Between paper and textiles; DuPont moves closer to overseas customers; New spray for salts; Now artists get the red that stays red; Ultra-precision engineering; Corrosion, keep out; Fancy foods in fifteen minutes; Fiber fact...
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1991]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Conservation of natural resources; Water; Petroleum industry; Recycling; Agriculture; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: A mighty fight with a tiny pest; Responding to environment regulations; An inside look at corrosion; Making and marketing recycled resins; A growing partnership with nature; The value in waste; Making the green car go; Objective:...
    • 'Texas Towers'

    • Radar; Towers;
    • Written on back: "Famed 'Texas Towers' of the Continental Radar Warning System wear leggings of Lukens Monel clad steel which reach from beneath the water level to above the splash level to provide protection against action of the salt water."...

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