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Using a 4-inch flycutter with three blades, it should be spinning at 12,000 RPM at 30 meters per minute; using a 3-inch flycutter at 12,000 RPM, run at 25 meters per minute.
It handles the full range of fiber fineness and length with a web speed potential of up to 200 meters per minute making it an economic solution for cross laid nonwoven production.
TakClean can clean double-sided webs from 300-800 mm at a speed of up to 250 meters per minute.
The system maintains accurate positioning at speeds as high as 660 meters per minute.
The elevator, installed at the Taipei 101 office building, ascends at a speed of 1,010 meters per minute or 60.
A study at the University of Tennessee tested the accuracy of ten different makes of pedometer at five different walking speeds: 54, 67, 80, 94 and 107 meters per minute (m/min).
The center houses two ultra-modern pilot plants, including a coating plant for aqueous pressure sensitive adhesives operating at a maximum speed of 1,500 meters per minute, and a UV hot melt adhesives plant operating at a speed of up to 700 meters per minute.
They include two of what will be the world's fastest elevators, capable of shuttling from the level-1 basement to the 89th floor observation deck in 39 seconds at a maximum speed of 1,000 meters per minute, Toshiba said.