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Alloy

Alloys are mixtures of a metal with other elements, the precise combination being governed by the required properties. Alloys are generally considered to be metallic in nature i.e. they have good thermal and electrical conductivities).

Alloys can be manufactured by various routes, the most widely used being to melt the constituents together and to cool the resultant mixture to form a single or multi-phase solid.

Non-Woven Fabric

Non-woven fabrics are made by methods other than weaving or knitting, the yarns and fibers being held together, often quite loosely, by means other than geometric interlacing.

Due to the open and porous nature of this material, all other dimensions are nominal.

Tolerances
Size (linear dimension):   <100mm   ±5mm
  ≥100mm   ±5%
 
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Stainless Steel - AISI 316L
 

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