curing time

curing time

[′kyu̇r·iŋ ‚tīm]
(chemistry)
The period of time in which a part is subjected to heat or pressure to cure the resin.
(engineering)
Time interval between the stopping of moving parts during thermoplastics molding and the release of mold pressure. Also known as molding time.

curing time

The length of time required to effect the cure of a plastic or resin by chemical reaction.
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EstEindar curing ovens are big and demand enormous amounts of energy, as standard curing time of the tubes is never inferior to 20 minutes.
One of the most important attributes of jerky is the curing time that can be measured as quality properties.
The depth of the pipe, the amount of snow you had, and how long it has been warm, all affect proper curing time.
A 25 per cent reduction in curing time means manufacturers can achieve a much faster production flow.
Orthogonal experiment design experiment was carried out to investigate the effect of heating rate, curing temperature, curing time and hydrochloric acid concentration on curing process in term of the crystallinity.
It features instant on operation that further reduces curing time.
The comparison between curing parameters showed that lower temperature and 1-3 h curing time leads to significant improvement in the durability of the water and oil repellent properties of the coating.
IN PS 633, PAGE 35, WE TOLD YOU THAT BLACK HAWK BLADE PINS NEED SIX HOURS CURING TIME AT THE 500-HOUR PHASE MAINTENANCE, ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE SOLID FILM LUBRICANT CAN.
Moreover, the hardness, density, and curing time of Elastocoat can be individually matched to the conditions at the job site.
Realizing that no mass-production operation can afford the Elise's 50-minute curing time (nor would it wish to incur the expense of multiple ovens), Lotus is replacing the heat-cured single part epoxy adhesive used on the sports car, which required temperatures of 180[degrees]C, with one that will cure in the lower heat of the paint oven.
P) specimens from eastern Canada were prepared to assess the effect of curing time and end pressure on the tensile strength of the joints.
can cut curing time substantially for fiber optic and other bib-metallic linear products.