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harden

a rough fabric made from hards
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A subsequent trial (the results of which were reported at the 2018 ACCE) worked with two more developmental grades of Recyclamine hardener, both of which were higher Tg than the grade used in the first trial.
However, the aminated lignin has some solubility in other amine agents, making it possible to be mixed with other amine hardeners at a weight ratio of less than 40% in the mixture as curing agents.
To compare anticorrosive performance, six waterborne hardeners were selected from Cytec, Air Products, and Dow (UPPC), respectively.
The epoxy base, winter and standard hardeners are classified by the Department of Transportation as non-regulated and non-corrosive, minimizing shipping issues for hazardous materials.
(16), (23), (24 )They described a simple concept where EB-PANi was dissolved in specific aminic hardeners which were observed to be solvents for EB at low concentrations.
"Flame Hardeners have been handling all our sprockets for the past eight years.
* Long life at room temperature when formulated with amine or anhydride hardeners for systems based on EP34CA.
In studies [2-6] data are presented on the processes of carbo-, silico- and alumothermic reduction and melting in ore heat-treating furnaces from the NTMK converter slag of vanadium hardeners with weight share of vanadium from 8 to 15 %, among which the most acceptable from the economic viewpoint are two first mentioned methods.
Special Permacolour dry-shake colour hardeners and release agents were developed for the project by Creative Impressions as the final appearance had to blend in with a wide variety of surroundings.
Agomet methacrylates include 6 adhesives and 4 hardeners that bond substrates via surface activation.
Only visible parts of a wax figure are made of wax (often beeswax and hardeners).
The carbonates lose carbon dioxide, making them more soluble and reactive with the binders and hardeners during any subsequent use.