durability factor

durability factor

A measure of the change (with time) in the property of a material as a result of exposure to an influence which has the potential of causing deterioration; usually expressed as a percentage of the property before exposure.
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So, the company's R&D decided to produce an affordable and tough piece of hardware to push the durability factor.
It has also kept in mind the durability factor as children can be quite carefree and can throw the camera around.
For natural stones, the durability factor is its key strength, ranking it high on the sustainability scale.
That's where the durability factor of the 18-1 comes into play.
The durability factor is one reason why Chilewich created its shag indoor/outdoor mats that are made of tufted vinyl yarn and have a vinyl backing.
Relative dynamic modulus (a measure of internal damage) and durability factor are calculated from the resonant frequency.
Weathering resistance was the highest-rated durability factor at 5.
From an investment perspective, the durability factor also makes new.
Performance fabrics give consumers peace of mind, and they understand the durability factor.
When designing this new product line, we wanted the durability factor of the cameras to really stand out," said Bjorn Harms, Vice President of SeaLife Cameras.
There's a perceived durability factor," said Franks.