cellular rubber

cellular rubber

[′sel·yə·lər ′rəb·ər]
(materials)
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cellular rubber

A rubber product containing cells that are either open and interconnecting or closed and not interconnecting.
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Last May, Griswold, a leading manufacturer of standard and custom engineered cellular rubber and microcellular polyurethane products and solutions, appointed David Natorski as the company's new CEO.
Elastomeric foam or cellular rubber can be produced by utilizing one kind of either chemical or physical blowing agent with either open or closed cell structure.
The ability to thermoform the material offers advantages for the design of gaskets and seals, and makes possible significant growth opportunities for the fabrication of products from thermoformable cellular rubber.
Even the ubiquitous cellular rubber sponge (misnamed the Chem Sponge) was not developed with smoke damage in mind.
* Unicell TSH--Toluene solfonyl hydrazide for polyester, PVC and cellular rubber.
In the past, conventional catalysts, which resulted in wide molecular weight distributions and nonuniform branch structures, made it difficult to match the physical properties of the traditional cellular rubber materials.
* Unicell TSH: Toluene solfonyl hydrazide for polyester, PVC, and cellular rubber.
cellular rubber," Elastomer Training Center, Akron, OH, Christie

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