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nitrile:

see rubberrubber,
any solid substance that upon vulcanization becomes elastic; the term includes natural rubber (caoutchouc) and synthetic rubber. The term elastomer is sometimes used to designate synthetic rubber only and is sometimes extended to include caoutchouc as well.
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nitrile

[′nī‚trīl]
(organic chemistry)
RC≡N Cyanide derived by removal of water from an acid amide.
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By recycling rather than discarding nitrile gloves and single-use apparel, customers can divert these hard-to-re cycle waste streams from the landfill in order to get one step closer to achieving their zero waste goals while reducing their waste disposal costs at the same time," says John Adams, industrial business leader, Kimberly-Clark Professional.
Nitrile reacts positively to a wearer's hand shape and skin forming a snug fit on the hand thus allowing for increased sensitivity and good dexterity.
Pull the Nitrile glove's palm section as tightly as possible over the mouth of the bottle without ripping it.
Nitrile rubber, a form of synthetic rubber resistant to oil, fuel and other chemicals, is used primarily in the automotive, oilfield and aeronautical industries to make items such as hoses, seals and grommets.
With latex allergies not uncommon among health care workers, "most hospitals have been switching over to nitrile gloves," said allergist and immunologist Santhosh Kumar of Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond.
This book covers strategies currently used in the preparation and use of nitrile oxides, nitrones, and nitronates in organic synthesis.
PSX: DIRECT DRIVE NITRILE was developed specifically to meet the need for a high-performance flexible pipe-to-manhole seal for sanitary and stormwater systems where contact with hydrocarbon contamination is a concern.
Serco Ryan's new range of rotary shaft seals from Dichta have been introduced to provide a higher performance alternative to traditional Nitrile seals which tend to fail prematurely when exposed to modern synthetic oils.
Parker Hannifin's Seal Group) is offering sealing products in carboxylated HNBR (XHNBR) a material that combines the temperature resistance of highly saturated nitrile (XNBR) with the durability of carboxylated nitrile (HNBR).
reports that its series of nitrile and hydrin elastomers can be combined with various types of substrates to meet specific performance requirements for fabricating gaskets and diaphragms used in the metering of LPG (liquefied petroleum gases) and natural gas.
Synthetic nitrile gloves from Associated Bag Company provide a high level of tactile sensitivity, comfort, dexterity and puncture resistance.