core binder

core binder

[′kȯr ‚bīnd·ər]
(materials)
A substance for binding core sand together; an example is core oil.
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Following the acquisition, Dow Coatings Materials provides a wide range of chemistries and support across many different product lines, including core binder technologies such as latex emulsions (acrylics, vinyl acrylics, styrene acrylics, etc), epoxies and other polymer technologies.
Following the company's acquisition of Rohm and Haas, Dow Coating Materials will provide a wide range of chemistries and support across many different product lines, including core binder technologies, such as latex emulsions (acrylics, vinyl acrylics, styrene acrylics), epoxies, solution vinyl resins, and other polymer technologies.
The new business unit provides a wide range of chemistries and support across many different product lines, including core binder technologies such as latex emulsions, epoxies, solution vinyl resins and other polymer technologies.
Combining the extensive resources of Dow and recently-acquired Rohm and Haas Company, the new business provides formulators a wide range of chemistries and support across many different product lines, including core binder technologies, additives and solvents.
Evaluating a High Production EcoFriendly Core Binder System for Aluminum (16-067)
Core Strength: Add features as needed to improve strength, such as a tie bar between the legs of a U-shaped core to prevent distortion Modify the core binder system and change the resin composition of the shell core as needed to improve strength.
Hitachi Metals , Lawrenceville -- $36,250 University Partner: The Pennsylvania State University Develop a collagen-based core binder system that can displace the phenolic urethane and resin binders now used at this ductile iron caster.
In 2005, the plant decided to commit to developing an inorganic core binder system through a partnership with ASK Chemicals, a joint venture between Sud-Chemie and Ashland Inc.
The equipment can be selected based on three of the main designations for core binder systems--heat-activated, coldbox and nobake (Table 1).
Develop a collagen-based core binder system that will displace the current petroleum-based phenolic urethane and resin binders that are used by this manufacturer of ductile iron castings.