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Alkyd crosslinking technology, however, has several disadvantages: alkyd coatings embrittle and yellow as the coating ages.
Some resin systems also embrittle through simple oxidation reactions and, therefore, ensure protection for a limited period only.
4) Electrolytic Ni Au will embrittle solder paste due to excess gold plated in PCB high current density areas.
COCs should be processed in hot molds to maximize flow length and weld-line strength and prevent shock freezing that can embrittle parts and make them prone to stress cracking.
However, it is advantageous that in certain applications, even below its glass transition temperature, this does not embrittle.
Solvent packages formulated to embrittle the resin bonds also can improve mechanical shakeout characteristics.
As part of this business collaboration, GreenMan is constructing a modern, computer-controlled, 15,000 square foot facility that will utilize cryogenic (cold temperature) technology to embrittle the rubber in tire waste to produce cost-effective crumb rubber granules of the highest quality.
alpha]-MSAN has a higher glass transition temperature compared with that of pure PVC (10-13), and its miscibility window between PVC and a-MSAN is very narrow (23), indicating that addition of a-MSAN could improve the HDT of PVC but embrittle rigid PVC.
Such grommets eventually embrittle, losing their elasticity.
Granlund, however, said "If you have western (sodium) bentonite in there, you have to get it up to 1300F (704c) to embrittle it enough for removal.
At 25 years old, cryogenic granulation is hardly new, but NPE '94 in Chicago did shine new light on this recycling method, which uses liquid nitrogen to embrittle reclaim before grinding.
If you don't get the chemistry balance right, you can form needle-like structures that can embrittle the alloy," Corrigan said.