curing temperature

curing temperature

[′kyu̇r·iŋ ‚tem·prə·chər]
(chemistry)
That temperature at which a resin or adhesive is subjected to curing.

curing temperature

The temperature to which an adhesive must be subject in order to ensure that it will cure satisfactorily; usually the time to effect a satisfactory cure (i.e., the curing time) is also specified.
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Various approaches have been proposed to reduce the curing temperature and to improve the property of the cured materials.
Spring Black has a low curing temperature (150[degrees]C/302[degrees]F metal) which puts less thermal stress on the spring and reduces energy cost.
With regard to the control of curing temperature, automated control chambers with an adjustable temperature range of 0-50[degrees]C were employed in the tests.
It is remarkable that the corrosion rate level was found to be directly influenced by the degree of conversion from hexagonal to cubic phases which was achieved by increasing the curing temperature [10, 12].
This can be for several reasons, such as some customers not having the equipment to heat their component up to 110[degrees] C, or that the material has a glass transition temperature that is too close to the curing temperature.
The degradation of tensile strength of GFRP bars embedded in steam-curing concrete is significantly lower than that of GFRP bars embedded in standard-curing concrete, and the tensile strength retention ratio declines with the rise of curing temperature. But the difference is very small between standard-curing system and steam-curing system, which is mainly due to the steam-curing age of 28 days leading to relatively small impact on GFRP bars.
The product has these Giatec Scientific-cited benefits: optimization of formwork removal times; more accurate assessments of load on structures; and, ongoing curing temperature adjustment.
In order to ensure an efficient cross-linking degree, the curing temperature for these materials must be higher than 100[degrees]C of several Celsius degrees.
This curing temperature is lowered with crosslinking catalysts such as cyclic aliphatic tertiary amine and a heteroaryl or a tertiary nucleophilic organophosphorus compound.
BASF low temperature curing resin finishing solution can be applied in low temperature - 20% lower the curing temperature than conventional process.
Guard Miles and Guard Miles + help manufacturers like OEMs achieve better operating efficiencies through higher productivity, more mileage and lower curing temperature schedules.