durometer hardness

durometer hardness

[də′räm·əd·ər ‚härd·nəs]
(engineering)
The hardness of a material as measured by a durometer.
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The target durometer hardness was closely approached; the actual range was from 67.
The newest product offerings add 60 and 70 durometer hardness options to Dow's growing portfolio of fully and partially fluorinated liquid silicone rubbers, which it says can help designers develop more durable components for withstanding severe operating environments and can help fabricators achieve manufacturing improvements with automated processing, reduced labour costs, shorter cycle times, energy savings and reduced scrap rates.
The test compares the weight, durometer hardness and the axial tensile strength after 112 days of exposure.
It is very desirable for material to show stable performance, including durometer hardness and dynamic properties, across a wide temperature range.
Having a Shore A durometer hardness of 35 +/- 5 and a 9% compression set figure, the gasket's shielding effectiveness is greater than 70 dB between 100 MHz and 10 GHz.
The new products included the company's two solid silicone grades, Elastosil R 401/10 and Elastosil R plus 43057/90, and highly transparent silicone prototypes of medium durometer hardness that have been developed specifically for extrusion.
What: Durometer hardness testers for plastic and rubber parts producers
Estane TS85AP3 is a new variety of TPU with 85A durometer hardness.
These product offerings add 60 and 70 durometer hardness options to a growing family of fully and partially fluorinated liquid silicone rubbers, a portfolio whose size is unmatched by any other fluorosilicone elastomer supplier, according to the company.
Some race tires come from the factory with the durometer hardness noted on the sidewall, but factors such as ambient temperature, track temperature, usage and age of the tire can change the actual hardness of the tire from the factory hardness.
Zythane thermoplastic polyurethanes, depending on the grade, have properties and benefits that include durometer hardness from 60 durometer A to 70 durometer D, tensile strength from 3,000 to 8,000 psi, tear strength from 400 to 1,600 lbf.