durometer hardness

durometer hardness

[də′räm·əd·ər ‚härd·nəs]
(engineering)
The hardness of a material as measured by a durometer.
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Type B durometers are used for hard elastomers, hard plastics, paper, fibrous materials and materials above 93A durometer hardness. Type C durometers are used for medium hard materials, plastics and elastomers.
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The newest product offerings add 60 and 70 durometer hardness options to Dow's growing portfolio of fully and partially fluorinated liquid silicone rubbers, which it says can help designers develop more durable components for withstanding severe operating environments and can help fabricators achieve manufacturing improvements with automated processing, reduced labour costs, shorter cycle times, energy savings and reduced scrap rates.
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* Durometer hardness ranges from 45 and 60 [+ or -] 5.
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