Elastomeric


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Elastomeric

Any material having the properties of being able to return to its original shape after being stressed, such as a roofing material that can expand and contract without rupture.

elastomeric

Said of any material having the properties of an elastomer, as a roofing material which can expand and contract without rupture.
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The opening of its new facility and capacity will bring millions of pounds of fine elastomeric powders to the rubber and plastics industries, industries that have been besieged by worldwide shortages and surging prices of petroleum-based materials including synthetic rubber polymers and ingredients.
BONTEX wet web impregnated elastomeric latex cellulosic materials are available for the manufacturing of all types of footwear except Goodyear welt.
It is extremely encouraging that Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas has revised its medical policy regarding the infusion of anesthesia using an elastomeric pump to recognize ON-Q," said Donald M.
John Corner, department head of chemical engineering at the University of Tennessee: The Demique elastomeric nonwoven technology is already part of our education curriculum here at the university.
The patented ELF (elastomer leakage-free) feed roll assembly is said to help minimize the leakage and scrap created during elastomeric extrusion processes.
Recently published from LoveJoy is a 24-page catalog describing elastomeric Curved Jaw Couplings, which are currently available in a broad selection of sizes, styles and mountings for virtually all types of industrial machinery.
a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of pharmaceuticals and infusion products, to distribute I-Flow's disposable elastomeric infusion products in the United States and Canada.
Summary: Certain embodiments of the present invention provide a tire component comprising a vulcanized rubber, and from about 3 to about 85 parts by weight, per 100 parts by weight rubber, of a filler dispersed within said vulcanized rubber, where the vulcanized rubber includes the vulcanized residue of a thermoplastic-elastomeric block copolymer defined by the formula [alpha]-[pi]-[theta]-[omega] where [alpha] is a hydrogen atom or a functional group, [pi] includes an elastomeric block, [theta] includes a thermoplastic block and [omega] includes a hydrogen atom or a functional group.
Lovejoy has introduced a new design of Jaw In-Shear elastomeric couplings.
The increased interest in elastomeric fibers (spandex) with blends of synthetics such as nylon and polyester has presented new challenges to the textile processor.
Summary: This invention provides a composition comprising a mixture of (a) a halogenated elastomeric copolymer of a [C.
The company's elastomeric and breathable materials enhance the fit, skin health and comfort of baby diapers and feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products.