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vinyl

1. of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group of atoms CH2CH-
2. of, consisting of, or made of a vinyl resin
3. any vinyl polymer, resin, or plastic, esp PVC
4. (collectively) conventional records made of vinyl as opposed to compact discs

vinyl

Any of various tough, flexible plastics made from polyvinyl resin. See also: Plexiglas

vinyl

A thermoplastic compound made from polymerized vinyl chloride, vinylide chloride, or vinyl acetate; includes some plastics made from styrene and other chemicals.
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There is little difference in the compound viscosity between the high and low vinyl compounds.
Kodak added an insert injection molding step to place the vinyl compound comfort bead around the edge of the packet after die cutting.
Georgia Gulf also is introducing its newest rigid vinyl compound as part of a broader sustainability initiative, which focuses on the replacement of heavy metal stabilization by using an organic-based stabilizer package.
5] represents a hydrogen atom or the like, and a copolymerization ratio (m) of the aromatic vinyl compound (2) is 45% by mass or more.
The heat stabilizers used in vinyl compounds vary widely in the efficiency with which they retard discoloration and property degradation when PVC is exposed to heat and shear.
Once these are added, the resulting material, vinyl compound, can be converted into an almost endless range of applications.
and three vinyl compound plants in Aberdeen, Jeffersontown, Ky.
patent: 6,730,743 Issued: May 4, 2004 Inventors: Ryuji Nakagawa and Hideaki Yokoyama Assigned: Bridgestone Abstract: A rubber composition which is obtained by compounding 100 parts by weight of a robber component and 3 to 250 parts by weight of an olefin-aromatic vinyl compound copolymer.
PolyOne plans to invest a total of $45 million over the next two years to reconfigure its North American engineered materials, vinyl compound and colorant manufacturing facilities, all of which are part of its PCC Group.
Phosphate ester plasticizers effectively remove the most flammable component, the plasticizer (typically a phthalate ester), from the flexible vinyl compound and replace it with a triaryl or alkyl diphenyl phosphate ester.
Mexichem announced that it has acquired Derbyshire, UK-based Vinyl Compounds Holdings Ltd.
29 November 2016 - Mexico-based petrochemical company Mexichem (BMV: MEXCHEM) has acquired Derbyshire, UK-based PVC compounds maker Vinyl Compounds Holdings Ltd.