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Reclaim

To use a product again after its initial use. Reclaiming commonly refers to materials such as tile, brick, and stone.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 13, 2019-: Reclaimed Rubber Market by Type, by Mechanism, by Application, by Geography - Global Market Size, Share, Development, Growth, and Demand Forecast, 2019 - 2023
What's billed as a major supplier of reclaimed wood has opened in Lake Barrington.
Joining RECLAIM has made me feel challenged in all the right ways.
He said the reclaimed land, which will be near the proposed undersea tunnel, will benefit the whole of northern Seberang Perai and Butterworth.
This study looks at the physical property differences at various loadings of silicone reclaim. Peroxide technologies are evaluated to determine the best approach to linking the reclaimed material back into the HCR compound.
Today Careem has urged females to reclaim their space on the roads by booking a ride with female bike captain.
In spite of the environmental attractiveness of reclaimed lumber, its widespread acceptance is hampered because it is not formally recognized in our grading or engineering design standards.
Key words: Reclaim rubber, natural rubber, mechanical properties, cure characteristics, swelling index.
PLA reclaim processes at lower temperatures than polyolefin film.
3 : to obtain from a waste product or by-product <The bottles are made from reclaimed plastic.>
Mixing of fresh NR, various proportions of reclaim rubber, and compounding ingredients was carried out at room temperature on an open two-roll mixing mill.