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ASTM Workshop to address additives in biomedical polymers.

December 17, 2013

Presentations are invited for workshop on the Use of Additives in Biomedical Polymers to be held May 6, 2014. Workshop aims to elicit discussion on benefits, potential hazards, testing, regulatory considerations, and opportunities for standard activities related to intentionally incorporated additives in biomedical polymers. Some topics for abstract submissions include: colorants; radiopacifiers;  elutables, extractables, and leachables; radiolabels; nanomaterials; and failure mechanisms. Read More

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Oil Training Course examines sampling, testing, evaluation.

March 29, 2011

As technical and professional training course, Crude Oil: Sampling, Testing and Evaluation focuses on obtaining representative samples using automatic and manual methods. It addresses tests used to obtain data for determining quantity for custody transfer purposes and conformance to expected quality. Course also explores making rapid evaluation of commodity to assess handling and processing characteristics. Course takes place Apr 18-20 in New Orleans, LA and Nov 14-16 in Houston, TX. Read More

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Radiant Barrier Systems Standards approved by ASTM committee.

February 11, 2011

ASTM C1743, Practice for Installation and Use of Radiant Barrier Systems (RBS) in Residential Building Construction, and ASTM C1744, Practice for Installation and Use of RBS in Commercial/Industrial Building Construction, provide information needed to install, use, and gain max performance from RBS. As member of development committee, Roy Akers claimed these standards "are written in very plain terms" to facilitate comprehension by diverse targeted users. Read More

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Training Course addresses hazards in oxygen systems.

December 22, 2004

Fire Hazards in Oxygen Systems is a 2-day Technical and Professional Training Course that helps identify and evaluate hazards in oxygen systems. It focuses on fundamentals of safe practice in design, materials selection, and operation of oxygen systems and explains physical principles on which safe practices are based. Course will use ASTM standards and other documents to improve judgement and support decisions about oxygen systems. Read More

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