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Hylum

08/05/2011 11:26 PM

What the temprature can holded by use the hylum fibre material.

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08/06/2011 2:28 AM

Please explain further; a search on "hylum" leads to "hilum", "hylum", and "hylam". Some of these are natural membranes; others are manufactured fibers or fabrics. Which do you mean?

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Re: Hylum

08/06/2011 4:47 AM

Hylum(Fabric) in Rod shape.

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08/06/2011 5:04 AM

Now I am mystified further. Fabric generally comes in a flat, perhaps woven, flexible shape. Do you have a catalog reference or something that would help responders to understand better?

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Re: Hylum

08/08/2011 4:04 PM

Has CR4 just been used for some sort of clandestine communication?

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Re: Hylum

08/06/2011 8:09 AM

Zul,

Only up to 230C

The Mylum fibre can sustain load to 340C i a reducing atmosphere

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08/07/2011 12:48 AM

thank u.

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