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precure

To cure a glued joint prior to pressing or clamping.
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The plant is the first precure tread facility the Bridgestone Group has built since acquiring the U.
H&O supplies precure retreaded tires to a network of about 50 dealers throughout Oregon; it doesn't sell directly to consumers.
Look for squeeze out as a check for precure or insufficient glue spread.
Japan), described "A New Coating Material: Thermosetting Film" consisting of acrylic copolymer polyols and blocked and unblocked (for some precure crosslinking) isocyanates.
who found that both COOH-MWCNTs and silane treatment of COOH-MWCNTs have catalytic effects on the curing process, shortening precure time (23).
The new hydraulics system can close the press at speeds and pressures which reduce board precure problems while shortening overall pressing cycles.
The preheating on the bottom surface of the mat influences the consolidation and surface resin precure before the press reaches final position.
Today, Robbins is a manufacturer of envelopes, mold cure and precure curing tubes for the worldwide retreading industry.
Using a slow press closure rate to manipulate the density profile has some obvious limitations related to resin precure, density profile symmetry, and total press cycle time.
A standard precure cycle (17) is performed at 15 [degrees] C for 180 min, and is followed by postcure at 180 [degrees] C for 90 min (Fig.
There are two primary methods currently used to retread tires, including: mold cure and precure processes.
In fact, it is known that lower cure cycle temperatures are advantageous in terms of reduction of autoclave and tooling costs, so we decided to study a cure cycle divided into two steps: a precure at medium temperatures (135[degrees]C and 155[degrees]C) for the processes in an autoclave or in a closed matched mold; a curing at higher temperature (180[degrees]C), which can be carried out inexpensively in a standard oven.