curing cycle

curing cycle

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In this article, the model is used to analyze the efficiency of a specific curing cycle under different operation conditions.
During the curing cycle it maintains its excellent seal and is very easy to remove from cold or heated surfaces once the curing has been completed.
In combination, Huntsman says the system's good thixotropic and low exothermic properties lead to improved process efficiencies, characterised by easy handling and mixing, a long pot life of 240 minutes at 23[degrees]C, fast strength build-up and reduced curing cycle capabilities.
As the product is non-drip and non-saggging, the drying and curing cycle can start immediately.
The curing cycle takes place at a station that is offset from the injection press with the molds kept firmly closed with tension bolts.
Popping involves the formation of defects by the violent evolution of trapped solvent or other volatiles after the coating has begun to gel during its curing cycle.
Upon completion of the curing cycle, the samples were tested in the APA for resistance to rutting.
If the amine reverts back to a liquid, it is necessary to increase amine consumption during the curing cycle and to increase the purge time to assure that no residual amine odor is retained in the core after it is ejected from the corebox.
At that time, officials said an inspection showed the inner skin of one of four cylinders that comprise the tank had bubbled during a curing cycle and was not adhering properly to the rest of the tank.
After spraying, the operator leaves the booth and, using computer controls, initiates the curing cycle.
With this feature, users can easily see the amount of coverage they've achieved, and also have a visual indication of the curing cycle.
For the SI mold allowing totally free deformations of the resin during the whole curing cycle, from the end of the cure plateau at 150[degrees]C to the cooling end, the total strain shifts also linearly with temperature.