Reclaimed material

Reclaimed material

The material that has been previously used in a building or project and is then reused in another project. The material might be altered, resized, refinished, or adapted, but is not reprocessed in any way and remains in its original form. This can include reclaimed lumber, flooring, tiles, beams, and other materials that are salvaged from a building under demolition or deconstruction and used in the construction of a new building.
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Advantageously, by using a combination of vulcanized and devulcanized material, it is possible to incorporate a greater percentage by weight of reclaimed material in to an elastomer composition, thus providing additional cost savings while maintaining high levels of mechanical properties.
Genesis says 'Prop-Flow' is an answer to the industry's requirements for better handling systems for recycled and reclaimed material.
With proper addition of new sand, reclaimed material is clean and ready for new mold production without further attrition.
Also, I think it's of particular interest that New England Country furniture is often constructed with one-of-a-kind, reclaimed material from local antique homes and barns - creating cabinetry, dining tables, hutches and more with a look and feel that can't be reproduced.
For instance, WRAP's Business Development Service will offer business and investment advice to small businesses involved in reprocessing drywall or in using the reclaimed material.
For the new extension, Michael and Charles spent days scouring salvage yards and other sources of reclaimed material.
Often, public works departments specify an admixture such as portland cement, asphalt emulsion, foamed asphalt, or lime to be mixed with the reclaimed material to bolster its strength.
The percentage of virgin PET that can/will/is to be mixed with the reclaimed material.
The reclaimed material is solid Vermont Birch that is gathered within the company's existing production cycle.
In high-volume applications such as "clamshell" containers and other products that are heavily dependent on reclaimed material, this new technology eliminates need for large insulated drying hoppers and separate crystallizers that often require large ceiling clearances.
Raw-material problems that produce gels include contamination, too much recycled or reclaimed material, and insufficient antioxidant.
If you make using reclaimed material reuse easier, more people will do it.