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  • CARE, RETENTION, AND DISPOSAL OF DRILL CORE, SOIL,

    2015-10-5 · 1. Protection against wetting and drying but not against temperature changes. Cores that might be damaged by drying or freezing should be appropriately protected. 2. Protection against unauthorized access, damage, vandalism, and snake or rodent infestation. 3. Grouping core boxes and samples by drill hole number, investigation site, and project ...

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  • Effect of drying methods on the retention of bioactive ...

    ing on the drying method and temperature conditions. This study investigated the effect of four drying methods (solar, oven, vacuum, and freeze) on the retention of total phenolics, beta-carotene, antioxidant capacity, and lycopene in five African eggplant (S. aethiopicum) accessions (sangawili, manyire green, S00047A, AB2, and aubergine blanche).

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  • Aivars ABOLTINS | Leading researcher | Dr. sc. ing ...

    2021-1-4 · aimed to identify factors responsib le the most for soil respiration rate temperature sensitivity in two soil organic horizons and which forest type soils could be especially susceptible to climate warming. We expect that we will detect at least the difference in soil respiration temperature sensitivity between coniferous and

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  • Soil respiration in seven types of temperate forests ...

    1993-3-30 · Relationships between soil texture, physical protection of organic matter, soil biota, and C and N mineralization in grass- land soils. In: L. Brussaard and M.J. Kooistra (Editors), Int. Workshop on Methods of Research on Soil Structure/Soil Biota Interrelationships. Geoderma, 57: 105-128.

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  • Relationships between soil texture, physical protection

    2009-1-7 · seedling temperature increases above optimal levels, acquired thermotoler-ance system is induced. Maximum protection levels are induced when plant temperature reaches 37.7–40 C, but at higher temperatures protection levels decline rapidly. Root temperature stress alters hydraulic conductivity and nutrient uptake,

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  • INFLUENCE OF HIGH TEMPERATURE AND BREEDING

    ing. During the first 6 months, the dormant, primarily willow stems and trunks in all four installations sprouted new branches, leaves, and extensive roots that retained the soil and protected the banks in an effective and aesthetic manner. Over the next 2 years, the …

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  • Soil Bioengineering-An Erosion Prevention Technique ...

    enhanced protection when cells are subsequently exposed to lethal heat or hydrogen peroxide stress, a process often referred to as cross-protection (den Besten et al., 2010). Acid tolerance responses and cross-protection phenomena can have great implications for controlling B. cereus growth and occurrence in food prod-ucts and food-processing ...

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  • Bacillus cereus responses to acid stress

    2020-7-31 · ing effects on O3 dry deposition and concentration, in order to stress the need of a proper parameterization of root-depth soil moisture when evaluating the stomatal feedbacks on the atmosphere and for a thorough O3 risk assessment. 2 Methodology 2.1 The multi-model framework We use a multi-model system to reproduce the meteoro-

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  • Effect of Tillage Operations on Soil Moisture Contents in ...

    2015-2-13 · Journal of Water Resource and Protection,2015, 7, 183-196 ... The ability of plant to remove water from the soil is stressed when the soil moisture is low, saline or both. In any case, low soil moisture brings crop performance into crises level in various ways. ... The percentage moisture was determined by oven drying soil samples

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  • Effect of Soil Water Content on Soil Detachment Capacity ...

    2016). Soil erosion should be more serious for dry soils with more slaking than prewetted soils with less slaking (Lado et al., 2004; Le Bissonnais and Singer, 1992). However, due to cement-bond-ing processes and hydrophobic effects, drying soil may increase the mechanical resistance to detachment and aggregate break-

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  • Aivars ABOLTINS | Leading researcher | Dr. sc. ing ...

    2014-1-24 · Apparent density of the particles was greater at low- temperature IR drying than at high-temperature IR drying. Coated particles keep their original geometry, but a ... providing protection against insect infestation and microbial attack and improving seed n-co ... ing and drying, easy incorporation to any existing dryer and low capital cost [9 ...

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  • Mass Transfer in Infrared Drying of Gel-Coated Seeds

    2018-10-26 · tions, especially for low income rural populations, meeting their nutritional needs. In addition to the use for consumption in nature, especially in the form of dry or green seeds, cowpeas are also used as fodder, hay, silage, feed, green manur-ing and soil protection [1]. According to [2], the cowpea is considered a plant species with great ...

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  • The Effect of Different Irrigation Levels in Cowpea ...

    enhanced protection when cells are subsequently exposed to lethal heat or hydrogen peroxide stress, a process often referred to as cross-protection (den Besten et al., 2010). Acid tolerance responses and cross-protection phenomena can have great implications for controlling B. cereus growth and occurrence in food prod-ucts and food-processing ...

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  • Bacillus cereus responses to acid stress

    2019-8-16 · between soil or rock and water are of considerable importance when evaluat-ing or predicting the nature of anthropogenic impacts on groundwater quali-ty. In this respect a total of 67 ground water samples were collected randomly in Akure, southwestern, Nigeria from hand pump/dug wells and analyzed for major cations and anions.

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  • Groundwater Evolution, Hydrochemical Facies and Quality ...

    2009-1-7 · ture becomes available. Similarly in North India, the soil temperature and wind velocity at sowing time are very high, resulting in rapid loss of soil moisture (Lather et al., 2001). Under these conditions, emerging cotton seed-lings have poorly developed root system, with a primary tap root and the beginnings of lateral root development.

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  • INFLUENCE OF HIGH TEMPERATURE AND BREEDING FOR

    2020-7-31 · Moreover, it is important to take into account that soil dry-ing does not occur at the same rate at different depths, and the drying rate is more pronounced in the superficial soil layers than in the deeper ones. Overall, deep-rooted forest systems take up water from deep to shallow soil horizons (Aranda et al., 2012).

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  • Sensitivity of stomatal conductance to soil moisture ...

    1993-3-30 · Relationships between soil texture, physical protection of organic matter, soil biota, and C and N mineralization in grass- land soils. In: L. Brussaard and M.J. Kooistra (Editors), Int. Workshop on Methods of Research on Soil Structure/Soil Biota Interrelationships. Geoderma, 57: 105-128.

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  • CARE, RETENTION, AND DISPOSAL OF DRILL CORE, SOIL,

    2015-10-5 · 1. Protection against wetting and drying but not against temperature changes. Cores that might be damaged by drying or freezing should be appropriately protected. 2. Protection against unauthorized access, damage, vandalism, and snake or rodent infestation. 3. Grouping core boxes and samples by drill hole number, investigation site, and project ...

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  • Relationships between soil texture, physical protection

    1993-3-30 · Relationships between soil texture, physical protection of organic matter, soil biota, and C and N mineralization in grass- land soils. In: L. Brussaard and M.J. Kooistra (Editors), Int. Workshop on Methods of Research on Soil Structure/Soil Biota Interrelationships. Geoderma, 57: 105-128.

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  • Shading: a traditional method of microclimate manipulation

    trient stresses respectively. A decrease in plant, animal or soil temperature in day time may be achieved as well as an increase of these temperatures at night. Shading may provide protection against rain, hail and wind impact and consequential dam­ age as well as lead to a decrease of air flow, influencing transport of water vapour,

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  • Towards Sustainable Soil Stabilization in Peatlands ...

    2021-6-14 · favour of the environmental protection and ecology of peatlands, but if they are inevitable, they can be provided in a more sustainable way than in decades before [24,25]. Peatlands in equatorial and tropical regions are affected by high temperature and hu-midity in combination with intense precipitation and soil erosion. In contrast, those located

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  • Scotchgard™ Resilient Floor Protector FAQ

    2021-2-26 · When floor or air temperature is below 50 degrees Fahrenheit, it is recommended that effort be made to restrict traffic on newly coated flooring for several hours after drying. If a facility has high air flow or low humidity conditions care should be taken to spread the coating more quickly as …

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  • Process Technologies to Optimize Detergent Manufacturing

    2020-11-12 · ing direction changes, for example, the atomising and drying process delivers completely different particles (Fig. 4). Spray granulation brings enzymes into shape Although the dust particles combine with the spray solution in the tower dryer to form an agglomerate, during spray granulation in a spouted bed apparatus (a further devel-

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  • Spatial-Temporal Simulations of Soil Moisture Content in

    2020-11-24 · Research Article Spatial-Temporal Simulations of Soil Moisture Content in a Large Basin of the Loess Plateau, China Zhiqi Wang,1,2,3 Xiaobo Feng,3 Zhihong Yao,2 Zhaolong Ma,4,5 and Guodong Ji 1 1Key Laboratory of Water and Sediment Sciences, Ministry of Education, Department of Environmental Engineering, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China

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  • Lime stabilization and land disposal of cold region ...

    1982-1-1 · Applying the lime-treated sludges to a permeable soil produces a sludge cake that can be handled easily, and the moisture content will be near 600 after 20 days of drying at a temperature of 12 (53.6 ). The dried sludge cake can be tilled into the soil or scraped from the land for ultimate disposal in a landfill. Conclusions 1.

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  • Soil Heavy Metal(loid) Pollution and Phytoremediation ...

    2019-11-27 · The plant and soil samples analyzed in this study were collected from a decommissioned and revegetated tail-ing storage site within the concession area of Damang Gold Mine in south-western Ghana, where open pit 267Page2of16 Water Air Soil Pollut (2019) 230: 267

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  • Drying Method - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Drying methods include high-temperature evaporation in methanol, freeze drying in t-methyl alcohol, supercritical-point drying in CO2, and the use of temporary polymer pillars for support during drying followed by a dry etch removal of the polymer. From: Handbook of Sensors and Actuators, 1998. Download as PDF.

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  • CARE, RETENTION, AND DISPOSAL OF DRILL CORE, SOIL,

    2015-10-5 · 1. Protection against wetting and drying but not against temperature changes. Cores that might be damaged by drying or freezing should be appropriately protected. 2. Protection against unauthorized access, damage, vandalism, and snake or rodent infestation. 3. Grouping core boxes and samples by drill hole number, investigation site, and project ...

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  • The low-temperature box-type dryer_Waste sludge

    Suzhou Xinkunyuan main sludge box-type dryer at low temperature, waste sludge driers, sludge drying machine, industrial waste sludge reduction equipment and other products, stable performance and reasonable price, one-stop service, reducing waste sludge d

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  • Retention of Vitamin C in Drying Processes of Fruits and ...

    2014-6-18 · Moreover, during the drying process, ascorbic acid degradation was found to be moisture and temperature dependent.[10] In order to predict ascorbic acid retention during drying, a model system was used and a mathemat-ical model was developed for ascorbic acid degradation as a function of moisture, temperature, and time. This

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  • Process Technologies to Optimize Detergent Manufacturing

    2020-11-12 · ing direction changes, for example, the atomising and drying process delivers completely different particles (Fig. 4). Spray granulation brings enzymes into shape Although the dust particles combine with the spray solution in the tower dryer to form an agglomerate, during spray granulation in a spouted bed apparatus (a further devel-

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  • Lime stabilization and land disposal of cold region ...

    1982-1-1 · Applying the lime-treated sludges to a permeable soil produces a sludge cake that can be handled easily, and the moisture content will be near 600 after 20 days of drying at a temperature of 12 (53.6 ). The dried sludge cake can be tilled into the soil or scraped from the land for ultimate disposal in a landfill. Conclusions 1.

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  • Primer | Protective Coatings

    2 天前 · Primer. Chemistry. Rapid Recoat Epoxy. Intercure 200HS is a fast drying two component, high solids, low VOC, zinc phosphate epoxy primer/intermediate offering excellent barrier protection, low temperature cure and rapid overcoating properties. Complete with MIO, Intercure 200HS can speed up production and throughput in fabrication shops.

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  • Drying Method - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Drying methods include high-temperature evaporation in methanol, freeze drying in t-methyl alcohol, supercritical-point drying in CO2, and the use of temporary polymer pillars for support during drying followed by a dry etch removal of the polymer. From: Handbook of Sensors and Actuators, 1998. Download as PDF.

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  • Modeling the response of soil moisture to climate ...

    2021-2-11 · soil moisture is an important parameter for drought analysis, since low soil moisture content is a good proxy for drought impacts on agriculture or wildfires occurrence (Vidal et al., 2010;Ruffault et al.,2013). There is a climatic trend towards a drying of the Mediter-ranean region, both during the historical period but also in

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  • Soil Heavy Metal(loid) Pollution and Phytoremediation ...

    2019-11-27 · The plant and soil samples analyzed in this study were collected from a decommissioned and revegetated tail-ing storage site within the concession area of Damang Gold Mine in south-western Ghana, where open pit 267Page2of16 Water Air Soil Pollut (2019) 230: 267

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  • Spatial-Temporal Simulations of Soil Moisture Content in

    2020-11-24 · Research Article Spatial-Temporal Simulations of Soil Moisture Content in a Large Basin of the Loess Plateau, China Zhiqi Wang,1,2,3 Xiaobo Feng,3 Zhihong Yao,2 Zhaolong Ma,4,5 and Guodong Ji 1 1Key Laboratory of Water and Sediment Sciences, Ministry of Education, Department of Environmental Engineering, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China

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  • Sludge Drying Processing Line | Low-Temperature

    It has been a national high-tech enterprise dedicated to research and development and application in environmental drying. It specializes in providing a series of research and development, design, manufacturing, installation, and after-sales equipment for low-temperature sludge drying …

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  • SOIL MOISTURE MEASUREMENT BY AN IMPROVED

    2014-12-4 · of 2500 represents a span of 0.5 MVF in soil moisture. On average the resolution of the probe is equivalent to a soil moisture content of + 0.0002 MVF ( + 0.02 moisture vol. %) but since the response is nonlinear the sensitivity is greater at low moisture content. Temperature dependence

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  • A log drying model and its application to the simulation ...

    2013-6-5 · International Plant Protection Convention A log drying model and its application to the simulation of the impact of bark loss ... ematical model to simulate the drying rates of aspen logs dur-ing storage, based on the water potential concept; and 2) as- ... temperature …

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  • Effects of earthworms on soil structure and physical ...

    2016-6-14 · ing on the species, it may be higherorlower than thebulk density of soil (Lai, 1987).Highestvalues were reportedfor M. anomala casts (1.8-2.0Mg m-3) as compared with the bulk density of soil (1.45 Mg m-3 in the upper 10cm) (Blanchart et al., 1993). Their total pore volume was 0.13 m-3 Mg-1 (total porosity 25%) mainly in the 18-25pm class.

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  • Thermal treatment of sewage sludge in Germany: A

    2020-6-1 · Increasing focus on hygiene, soil protection and most recently on phosphorus recovery combined with the associated legal changes leads to an increased relevance of thermal sewage sludge treatment processes. This article reviews existing technologies for thermal treatment of sewage sludge with a view to the situation in Germany.

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  • Load-Deflection Characteristics of Soil-Cement Pavements

    cement-treated bases. Some of the advantages of soil-cement are as follows: 1. Protection from failure within the subgrade layer is provided by the load-spread­ ing capability of soil-cement; 2. Volume changes within the base due to freezing and thawing or wetting and drying are minimized; and

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  • Subsea, Abrasion Resistant and Splashzone |

    2021-7-2 · Chemistry. Glass Flake Epoxy. A high solids, low VOC, high build glass flake epoxy, Interzone 505 is a tough, fast drying primer that provides excellent long term anticorrosive and abrasion protection. Interzone 505 is designed for the protection of steelwork in severe corrosive environments, such as splash zones, pilings and chemical plants.

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  • Process Technologies to Optimize Detergent Manufacturing

    2020-11-12 · ing direction changes, for example, the atomising and drying process delivers completely different particles (Fig. 4). Spray granulation brings enzymes into shape Although the dust particles combine with the spray solution in the tower dryer to form an agglomerate, during spray granulation in a spouted bed apparatus (a further devel-

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  • Soil Heavy Metal(loid) Pollution and Phytoremediation ...

    2019-11-27 · The plant and soil samples analyzed in this study were collected from a decommissioned and revegetated tail-ing storage site within the concession area of Damang Gold Mine in south-western Ghana, where open pit 267Page2of16 Water Air Soil Pollut (2019) 230: 267

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  • CC49 Drying and Brining Fruits and Vegetables

    2018-4-18 · the drying period. Drying by Artificial Heat When sun drying cannot be depended upon, drying may be done by artificial heat. Foods may be dried in the oven. Care must be taken to keep the heat low and constant and to stir the materials often to insure even dry­ ing. The oven door must be left open to allow escape of moisture.

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  • Bioencapsulation of microbial inoculants for better soil ...

    2021-5-27 · byachemicalorphysical–chemicalprocess.(5)Spray-drying process works on a continuous basis, low operating cost, and high quality of capsules in good yield, although the high temperature used in the process is not very appropriate for encapsulating non-spore-forming bacteria. 6) Fluid-bed pro-cess is a promising encapsulation technique for ...

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  • OPUS Hohenheim - Development and Optimisation of

    2015-4-15 · However, solar drying was generally more cost efficient than conventional high temperature drying. In the framework of this research work, it was proved that Brazilian eucalypt timber can be dried economically to a low moisture content of 10 to 12 % at a high quality level by applying the developed drying schedule in the optimised solar ...

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  • Frost Protection for Citrus and Other Subtropicals

    2007-7-7 · Frost Protection for Citrus and Other Subtropicals ... this is called “low-temperature injury” or “chilling injury” ... ing the day. Plants are damaged when enough heat is lost from this reservoir to lower the temperature at the surface to below critical temperatures. Radiation frost is the

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  • Particle-Size Distribution of Chromium: Total and ...

    2018-5-31 · periments included drying, sieving, and re- suspending the soil in a sealed chamber. The 1990 composite sample was dried by spreading the soil on a clean surface in a hood operating at 150 ft3/min at ambient temperature and low humidity. To ensure that drying was complete the soil re- mained in the hood for a period of 3 days.

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  • Heat Treatment | Center for Meat Process Validation

    2021-3-10 · Heat to an internal product temperature of 130°F with no holding time required. Paper Reference: Calicioglu, M., N.G. Faith, D.R. Buege, and J.B. Luchansky. 1997. Viability of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in fermented semidry low-temperature-cooked beef summer sausage. Journal of Food Protection 60(10): 1158-1162.

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  • Compressed AirGas and Drying - CAGI

    2013-4-15 · The temperature at which this happens is known as the dew point.** This dew point becomes all-important in determining how much drying is needed. Condensation in the compressed air system would occur at the inlet air saturation temperature if tem-perature remained constant as air was compressed. However, since there is a rise in temperature during

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  • CHAPTER 4 Biomass Pelletization Process

    2015-4-20 · CHAPTER 4 Biomass Pelletization Process Angela Garcia-Maraver1 & Manuel Carpio2 1Department of Civil Engineering, University of Granada, Campus de Fuente Nueva, 18071 Granada, Spain. 2Department of Building Construction, Campus de Fuente Nueva, 18071 Granada, Spain. Abstract The production of energy by means of biomass has shown a clear trend towards the

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  • LM74700-Q1 Low IQ Reverse Battery Protection Ideal

    2021-1-6 · an ideal diode rectifier for low loss reverse polarity protection with a 20-mV forward voltage drop. The wide supply input range of 3.2 V to 65 V allows control of many popular DC bus voltages such as 12-V, 24-V and 48-V automotive battery systems. The 3.2-V input voltage support is particularly well suited for severe

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  • Effect of Soil Tillage Practice on Photosynthesis, Grain ...

    2021-5-24 · the organic carbon content in the soil, minimises the risk of soil erosion, conserves soil water and reduces soil temperature fluctuations [14]. The no-tillage (NT) system, by reduc-ing the intensity of cultivation, improves soil quality and reduces labour costs and fuel consumption [15,16].

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  • Anti Friction Coatings | MOLYKOTE® Smart

    2021-5-31 · Often described as “lubricating paints,” MOLYKOTE ® Anti-Friction Coatings contain solid lubricants dispersed through carefully selected resin blends and solvents. Our anti-friction coatings help customers improve safety, reliability and performance by controlling friction and wear, preventing component failures, extending lubrication intervals, and reducing production and operating costs.

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