GTMS

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GTMSGlobal Transmission Media Solutions (Salt Lake City, UT)
GTMSGiggling to Myself
GTMSGlass-to-Metal Seal
GTMSGlobal Transport Management System
GTMSGray Team Marine Security, LLC (Virginia Beach, VA)
GTMSGo to Market Strategies, Inc (Seattle, Washington)
GTMSGround Truth Measurement System (optical tracking and motion capture software)
GTMSGlobal Tax Management System (Klynveld Peat Marwick Goerdeler)
GTMSGlobal Talent Management Survey (Catalyst)
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The reason is the HHT's glass-to-metal seal. Without the seal, high temperatures will cause conventional electrolytics to lose electrolyte over time.
This simple construction has no electrodes, no glass-to-metal seals and no alien materials inside the capsule.
Glass-ceramic-to-metal seals have several advantages over glass-to-metal seals. Because of their crystallinity, glass-ceramics have higher strengths than glasses, making these seals more reliable.
Hermetic Seal, a manufacturer of glass-to-metal sealed connectors for the aerospace, pharmaceutical, and petroleum industries, originally made its 5/16" dia x 0.225"-long headers from Project 70 stainless type 304L supplied by Carpenter Technology Corp, Reading, PA.
There are several distinctly different ways to achieve glass-to-metal seals, each with its own metallurgical issues and performance advantages.
Recent issues have covered glass-to-metal seals, ways to split a glass tube longitudinally, and how to synthesize "buckyballs" (cagelike carbon molecules) that can be used in thin films having various magnetic and semiconducting properties.
Unlike feedthroughs or glass-to-metal seals, the seal position can be removed or adjusted in seconds.