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KEMET to Demonstrate Advanced Technologies to Address Electromagnetic Compatibility Challenges at EMC Europe
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KEMET to Demonstrate Advanced Technologies to Address Electromagnetic Compatibility Challenges at EMC Europe

EMC Europe 2019, Barcelona, 2 – 6 September, Booth B09 KEMET Corporation (“KEMET” or the “Company”) (NYSE: KEM), a leading global supplier of electronic components, will showcase its latest technologies for achieving electromagnetic compatibility at this year’s EMC Europe. Advanced technologies including the Company’s KONNEKT, Flex Suppressor®, hybrid chokes and EMI chamber...

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Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies
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Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies

Distillation is a separation unit operation that involves multiple countercurrent-stage steps, separating two or more volatile components. This results in the contact of liquid and vapor most generally in counterflow. Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies provides an in-depth look at everything you need to know about distillation, including: Design procedures Equipment components Applications

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RectorSeal Presents New RSH Series Surge Protective Devices That Meets UL 1449 Standards
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RectorSeal Presents New RSH Series Surge Protective Devices That Meets UL 1449 Standards

Available in RSH-50 and RSH-60 models in 6-pack and 4-pack with 36 x 38-mm and 89 x 73 x 63.5 mm dimensions respectively. Designed to protect all single phase, 120/240-V air conditioning, heat pumps and ductless mini-split systems from natural-cause surges and transient over-voltage. RSH-50 that protects from up to 50,000 A single surges and up to 10,000 A repetitive surges whereas the RSH-60...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures
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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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