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Micro-computed tomography evaluation of the preparation of mesiobuccal root canals in maxillaryfirst molars with Hyflex CM, Twisted Files, and K3 instruments.
Generali et al., "HyFlex EDM: Superficial features, metallurgical analysis and fatigue resistance of innovative electro discharge machined NiTi rotary instruments," International Endodontic Journal, vol.
A 20: 1 reduction handpiece with an electric torque-controlled motor (Aseptico, Woodinville, WA, USA) was fixed at the arm to mount the handle of each sample and to rotate it clockwise at the recommended rpm of each instrument (300 rpm for ProFile, K3, and ProTaper NEXT; 350 rpm for One Shape; 500 rpm for HyFlex CM and TF).
The HyFlex 11-518 is made by Ansell a global manufacturer of safety protection solutions for manufacturing medical and various other industries.
While it may be argued that mode-neutral delivery is simply another form of blended education, perhaps the same as HyFlex, beyond delivery mode there are philosophical differences with these options that also separate mode neutral from much of our existing teaching practice.
The Hyflex 11-800 glove with Ansell's patented Zonz knit technology is an upgraded version of Ansell's best-selling multi-purpose nitrile foam glove
ANSELL Healthcare, a global leader in providing superior hand protection for the industry, has introduced a new and enhanced version of its popular HyFlex 11-800 multi-purpose protection glove.
ANSELL HEALTHCARE's newly launched HyFlex (r) 11-435 is the first cut resistant level 5 knitted dipped glove on the market to be coated with water-based polyurethane (PU).
Ansell ProGrade Series gloves include the following styles: HyFlex=AE 11-500 gloves, HyFlex 11-501 gloves, HyFlex 11-627 gloves, HyFlex 11-801 gloves, HyFlex 11-900 gloves, AlphaTEC=AE 58-530 and 58-535 gloves, PowerFlex=AE 80-100 gloves, PowerFlex Plus 80-600 gloves and PowerFlex T Hi Viz Yellow(TM) 80-400 gloves.
BM gasification was particularly popular in the 1970s and several technologies such as Peatgas, Hy-gas, and Hyflex processes, with mainly peat used, were developed to pilot plant level with the aim to produce either a rich in [CH.sub.4] substitute to natural gas or low boiling hydrocarbons (mainly olefines) for further conversion.
Tools now offered with these features include the Cyber-Cell, the VTC-4 Turning System, the Model 208 Modular Multi-Station Machining System, the Model 510 In-Line Transfer machine, and the HYFLEX HM-500 machining system.