DTEX

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DTEXDecitex (textiles; measuring unit for yarn; 1 gram per 10000 meters)
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Further microfiber at 0.3 and 0.5 dtex, as well as regular fiber with 1.7, 3.3, 6.7 and 17.0 dtex, are available and well established options for filtration media developers to control filter key parameters like efficiency, pressure drop, mechanical strength, thermal stability and many others.
For this, 1.5 m of yarn was weighed on the analytical balance and then the decitex (dtex) value was calculated.
Lack of budget 51% Lack of skilled/trained personnel 49% Lack of security awareness among employees 49% Insufficient or inadequate tools available in-house 36% Poor integration/interoperability between security solutions 31% Too much data to analyze 30% Lack of management support 28% Lack of visibility into network traffic and other processes 28% Lack of collaboration between departments 25% Inability to justify additional investment 23% Source: Dtex Systems; Threat Monitoring, Detection and Response 2017 Report
In order to resolve these issues, Fujitsu is offering functionality that can rapidly identify the extent of damage from a targeted cyberattack, and is expanding its Global Managed Security Service to detect the risk of internal impropriety through its collaboration with Dtex Systems.
The mean value of the fiber fineness for eri silk is 3.09 dtex from Bahir Dar, 2.91 dtex from Awassa, and 3.11 dtex from Awash Melkassa with standard deviations of 0.32, 0.29, and 0.25, respectively, while fineness for mulberry silk is 2.1 dtex from Awassa and 2.4 dtex from Awash Melkassa with standard deviations of 0.05 and 0.12, respectively.
In this case, the Cervical DNA Dtex test was used to enumerate genomic copy number for 3q26, 5p15, and centromere 7.
Koo of Dtex Systems (UK) said the recent spate of attacks on large global organizations was worrying because they were targeted, well-organized and well-executed, not opportunistic.
The test methods have been revealed and show that the tenacity of 460 dtex and 470 dtex PES yarns presents the best fits of performance requirements of automotive components like airbags.
Charlie Gonzalez (DTex.) and Phil Gingrey (R-Ga.) have introduced legislation that would provide grants, loans, and tax incentives to small practices that implement computer systems.
Moreover, this instrument includes an integrated measuring unit for linear density i.e.; mass per unit length, expressed in dtex, which equals decigrams per kilometer.
DTEX is a state-of-the-art, microprocessor-based odorant detection system that streamlines the testing cycle to give the gas utility, transmission and propane company unduplicated command of test data in the natural gas and propane industries.
Coral Duo's rib pattern consists of alternating strips of thick 80 and 20 dtex polyamide BCF yarns, which are used in Coral Brush and Coral Classic products.