durometer


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durometer

[də′räm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument consisting of a small drill or blunt indenter point under pressure; used to measure hardness of metals and other materials.

durometer

An instrument for measuring the degree of hardness of a material; also see shore hardness.
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We chose to use a softer durometer silicone rubber for the LDG P-clamp because the durometer value of a traditional P-clamp is too hard for sensitive cables," explained Padula.
Bluestar Silicones' 10 durometer LSR, Silbione(R) LSR 4310, is a breakthrough product on the market offering higher elongation and 50% greater tear strength than other 10-ShoreA durometer LSR products commercially available today.
The stated durometer from the roller manufacturer may be incorrect, and nip durometers can change with use and age.
5 -- color) Tour Velvet Pink and Dual Durometer Pink grips
Durethane C is a machinable, so]id thermoset polyurethane that can be custom-formulated in wide ranges of conductivity and durometer.
ChemTex II PFP is currently available in two basic compounds, a nominal 75 Durometer compound, 7907, and a nominal 90 Durometer compound, 7909.
8150 is a black 48 durometer A TPE with rubber-like properties providing a matte surface finish, making it suitable for consumer goods and industrial applications calling for UV stability.
Durethane C is a machinable, solid thermoset polyurethane that can be custom-formulated in wide ranges of conductivity and durometer.
Initial grades (black and natural) have 60 Shore A durometer.
This in-line skating dream features high performance components including an adjustable three-buckle closure, high rebound 76mm, 78A durometer Hyper(R) wheels, super fast ultra-precision ABEC 3 bearings, aluminum wheel spacers, and a comfortable liner with a form fitting footbed and breathable memory foam.
The TPO has a durometer of 40 D - relatively hard, but still soft compared with PP or PE, Cowperthwait notes.