hard rubber


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hard rubber

[′härd ¦rəb·ər]
(materials)
Rubber that has been vulcanized at high temperatures and pressures to give hardness; used as an electrical insulating material and in tool handles. Also known as ebonite.
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The service life of the hard rubber tracks is expected to be double that of traditional metal tracks.
Some even mix hard rubber sections with soft rubber.
For example, as the hard rubber particles are increased, the storage modulus of G' becomes larger value at the same value of loss modulus of G", and thus, ABS-H24 shows more melt elasticity than ABSH12.
Three-ply construction cushions a layer of hard rubber between two soft rubber layers.
At Zhifeng Shao's lab at the University of Virginia School of Medicine in Charlottesville, researchers have built an AFM that works under freezing conditions in which biological molecules become still and relatively stiff, like hard rubber.
Farley hopes to find a manufacturer to mass-produce his invention, ideally made of inflatable plastic and a hard rubber skin.
The arc of the hard rubber truncheon in a policeman's hand recalls the curve of the sabre in Goya's 2nd of May.
The same basic principle of the grooved metal roll has been applied to hard rubber rollers to improve the performance of grooved rollers.
Contract awarded for 56150064-low maintenance lead acid secondary cells for railway s&t installations, in hard rubber container,without maintenance tool kit as per rdso specification irs s-88/2004 capacity 2v/300ah.
Specialist for hard rubber lining, repair Tender no: STC-CN-006-15-MC Description: Specialist for hard rubber lining and repair services.
The stock has a nonslip hard rubber butt plate and three places to attach a sling: one on the bottom, a slot through the stock and a detachable sling swivel in the middle.