bonding layer

bonding layer

A layer of mortar, usually 1/8 to 1/2 in. (3 to 13 mm) thick, which is spread on a moist and prepared, hardened concrete surface prior to laying fresh concrete.
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the works mainly include: the recovery over the entire width of the concrete pavement covered by: a 2 cm cracks-type anti-raised cracks, a bonding layer with a 0/10 by 6 cm bbsg, a wearing course with a bbtm 0/10 on 2.
A red bonding layer below the top cover is exposed when it's time to change the belt," said Chris Marchant, product manager for conveyor belting.
More research is needed to evaluate the time needed for orthodontic bracket to debond using flowable composite with and without intermediate bonding layer.
Traditionally film is sealed to the pre-lined tray using a polythene (PE) bonding layer, which currently makes the PET tray more unlikely to be recycled.
The pad consists of a specifically-formulated porous collagen matrix, coated on one side with a thin protein bonding layer (known as NHS-PEG).
The structure of the rig from inside to outside is formed by substrate, bonding layer, insulation layer, reinforced base coat, and finishing coat (see Figure 3).
The tiles were installed using the Kagetec BS sonic vibration system which embeds the tiles in a bonding layer.
The process is based on cold plasma assisted polymerization of TMDSO used in order to elaborate a silica-like layer on stainless steel substrate able to ensure the mechanical steadiness of the active phase (9-11), to play as a barrier effect against corrosion and Fe diffusion during catalyst reaction and also to act as a bonding layer for the deposition of the active phase.
Most bonding materials used in the PCB industry can be used as a bonding layer for a multilayer PTFE circuit, with some precautions.
A bonding layer, comprising a thermoplastic material, is bonded to the fabric base, and an outer layer, comprising a rubber compound, is bonded to the bonding layer.
A heat-activated, open polymeric web or mesh, polymeric particulate, or fiberized polymer bonding layer have a lower softening point than the spunbond continuous polymeric filament mat of the first facing, which is located between the first facing and the first major surface of the insulation layer.