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In addition, the company supplies textiles with special characteristics for the most extreme applications such as garment dyes, enzyme washes or coatings with a low melting point for particular protection in the processing of the outer materials.
Due to low melting points, the following ingredients are ideal for lip care, massage products, skin care and mascara.
This has been achieved by using a combination of fusing technologies and low melting point toner to help decrease power requirements and reduce energy use during standby and warm-up modes.
STRONAL 9010's low melting point makes it ideal for casting at lower metal temperatures.
Both the random (atactic, top) and alternating (heterotactic, middle) patterns result in polymers that are amorphous, with relatively low melting points.
The material chosen was a eutectic Gain alloy, which has low melting point (16 [degrees] C), relatively high conductivity (3.
LDPE can hold its ground against competition from newer plastics, as a result of its advantageous characteristics: low melting point, high clarity, and good process-ability.
With a relatively low melting point, 57 degrees Celsius, the material lends itself to study in the controlled confines of the Space Station, and its transparency will make it possible for researchers to view the crystal growth process as the material solidifies.