While titanium is not a new metal it continues to be one that industries look to for strength and durability. With a high specific strength (comprised of the ratio of tensile strength to density), titanium is 45% lighter than steel and 60% heavier than aluminum. With uses ranging from being used to make white paint to helping produce artificial gems, titanium is widespread across a number of industries and used in a number of different ways.
Titanium does not oxidize quickly nor does it corrode quickly in water. Continue reading The Various Properties of Titanium
Have you ever read the newspaper and there was a story about a police officer shooting someone they’d been chasing because it looked like they were going to pull out a gun, and instead it was their wallet to show ID, or worse a kid with a toy gun? Yes, it happens, and we all cringe when it does. We often think that poor kid or that poor police officer that now has to deal with the psychological repercussions that he shot someone’s son, and usually it’s even worse because the officer has sons of his own – the psychological trauma, not to mention the death are quite troubling. Continue reading Detecting Motion Within Motion While Moving – Humans Have Evolved to Great Visual Acuity
Small labs, startup clinics, and hospices usually look up for ways to save money on the purchase of lab equipment. Buying used centrifuges which has been refurbished and recertified to meet the highest quality standards can help save a lot of money. Established laboratory equipment stores offer an excellent cost saving alternative by providing used centrifuges at a fraction of the cost of new devices.
Used Medical Centrifuges a Reliable Option
Used lab centrifuges are ones that have been returned to the supplier due to a small defect or devices that have been sold off by labs that are replacing them with more advanced models. Continue reading How to Save Money by Purchasing Used Centrifuges