Acquiring new aircraft made from lightweight and non-corrosive composite material to replace retiring aircraft will save fuel and maintenance costs," it added.
What does NC stand for?
NC stands for Non-Corrosive
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We have 130 other meanings of NC in our Acronym Attic
- Non Combative
- Non Communiqué (French)
- Non Conformance
- Non-Commissioned Officer (usually seen as NCO)
- Non-Controlled Substance (USA)
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VistaClean is completely non-toxic, non-corrosive and environmentally friendly, with no negative effects on bond strength, Hu-Friedy reports.
StainlessSeal coats the material and forms an invisible barrier that prevents water, non-corrosive liquids, dirt and stains from penetrating the surface.
Aluminium is non-corrosive and can resist exposure to wind-driven slat and sand.
three times the power of ordinary lithium batteries; a flat discharge of energy), but it is also non-toxic, non-corrosive, and is recognized by the EPA as standard household waste.
Liquiguard Technologies is pleased to announce Liquiguard[R], its unprecedented conformal coating developed to protect electronic devices and printed circuit assemblies from damage when exposed to moisture, water, beverages, non-corrosive liquids and even mild solvents.
Developed by Arkema's French parent, BlocBuilder nitroxides are non-toxic, non-corrosive compounds that impart no odor or discoloration, unlike other radical polymerization controllers.
The aqueous conformal coating is non-flammable, contains low levels of VOCs, no isocyanates, so it can be soldered through without fear of highly toxic gases being produced, and is phenol-free, ensuring it is non-corrosive to cadmium and zinc plate.