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Sang Hea Shim, Dennis P Bakalik, Donald A Johnson, Bo Yang, Frank F Lu: Carbon steel corrosion inhibitors. Nalco Chemical Company, James J Drake, Robert A Miller, December 31, 1996: US05589106 (39 worldwide citation)


The prevention of corrosion on the surfaces of metallic pipes, heat exchangers, and the like which are in contact with industrial cooling waters, and particularly industrial cooling waters containing low levels of hardness is controlled utilizing a corrosion inhibiting amount of a composition includ ...


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Khambatta Binaifer S, Meier Daniel A: A non-phosphorus corrosion inhibitor for industrial cooling water systems and airwasher systems. Nalco Chemical Co, November 19, 1997: EP0807695-A1 (6 worldwide citation)


The prevention of corrosion on the surfaces of metallic pipes, heat exchangers, and the like which are in contact with industrial airwasher and cooling waters, and particularly industrial waters containing low levels of hardness is controlled utilizing a corrosion inhibiting amount of a composition ...


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Binaifer S Bedford, Daniel A Meier: Non-Phosphorus corrosion inhibitor program for air washer system. Nalco Chemical Company, Kelly L Cummings, Thomas M Breininger, November 2, 1999: US05976414 (2 worldwide citation)


The prevention of corrosion on the surfaces of airwasher systems and particularly systems containing low levels of hardness is controlled utilizing a corrosion inhibiting amount of a composition including an alkali metal silicate, a hydroxycarboxylic acid or its water soluble salts, a polyacrylate o ...


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Schoennahl Jacques Paul Raymon, Dussaulx Michel: Refractory materials consisting of aluminium nitride-bonded grains, containing boron nitride or graphite inclusions, and a process for their manufacture.. Savoie Refractaires, April 29, 1992: EP0482981-A1 (2 worldwide citation)


Refractory materials which comprise: (A) particles of at least one refractory material whose melting and thermal dissociation temperatures are higher than 1700 DEG C; (B) a binder matrix binding these particles together, consisting predominantly of aluminium nitride AlN of hexagonal structure and/or ...


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Schoennhal Jacques Paul Raymon: Refractory material bonded by a sialon matrix and process for its production.. Savoie Refractaires, April 29, 1992: EP0482984-A1 (1 worldwide citation)


Refractory materials of high corrosion resistance, mechanical resistance when heated and thermal shock resistance, comprising: (A) particles of at least one refractory material whose melting point or possible thermal dissociation point is higher than 1700 DEG C, these particles being dispersed in (B ...


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Method of preparation of electrode coke suitable for high-intensity electrodes for iron and steel metallurgy. Inst Technologii Nafty, November 4, 1981: GB1601909-A (1 worldwide citation)


Préparation d'un coke utilisable pour fabriquer des électrodes fonctionnant sous de fortes intensités de courant électrique.


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Veronica Giacinto, Sironi Giuseppe, Colombini Ariano: Arsenic removal from iron minerals. Montedison, September 16, 1970: GB1205453-A (1 worldwide citation)


1,205,453. Arsenic removal from iron minerals. MONTECATINI EDISON S.p.A. 18 Oct., 1967 [21 Oct., 1966], No. 47530/67. Heading C1A. Arsenic is removed from iron minerals and pyrite cinders by adding lime or limestone, heating to 800-1000 C. in an oxidizing atmosphere, separating at a particle size of ...


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Jasbir S Gill, Peter E Reed, Santanu Banerjee, Anand Harbindu: Water soluble substituted imidazolines as corrosion inhibitors for ferrous metals. ECOLAB USA, Eric D Babych, Brinks Gilson & Lione, January 3, 2017: US09534300


Corrosion inhibitors and methods for inhibiting or reducing corrosion of metallic surfaces are provided. A corrosion inhibitor composition may include a water soluble substituted imidazoline or a hydrolysis product thereof. A method of inhibiting corrosion of a metallic surface in an aqueous system ...


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Johan Arvidsson, Dag Sjöberg, Bo Zander: Iron and molybdenum containing agglomerates. Ferrolegeringar, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, January 10, 2017: US09540707


Iron and molybdenum containing agglomerates and a process for producing the agglomerates are disclosed. A green agglomerate is produced from mixing an iron containing powder, a molybdenum oxide powder, and a carbonaceous powder. The green agglomerates can be reduced at a temperature in the range of ...



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