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precure

To cure a glued joint prior to pressing or clamping.
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The plant is the first precure tread facility the Bridgestone Group has built since acquiring the U.S.-based tire retread operating company, Bandag Inc., in 2007.
TM Precure's fuel gauge was on empty as they entered the straight, where the majority of the field fanned wide across the Kyoto track.
H&O supplies precure retreaded tires to a network of about 50 dealers throughout Oregon; it doesn't sell directly to consumers.
During precure operations, the resin state can be affected by environmental factors such as out-time and ambient humidity [10-15].
It is moral duty of every politician to drop his own wills upon country interest and precure peaceful and progressive country which we had after offering a lot of sacrifices.
Company cites first ever wide-base, precure splice-less retread offering for concrete mixers running 425/65R22.5 and 445/65R22.5 tires, noting how the Ringtread Mix 400 suits all applications that require traction, durability and reliability.
The winner, a five-year-old daughter of Jungle Pocket, was sent off a shade over 76-1 as she claimed the pounds 1.19m Grade 1 event by a length and a half from 91-1 shot T M Precure.
Tokyo, July 20, 2009 - (JCN) - Bridgestone Corporation has announced plans to build a new plant for the production of precure tread for retread tires.
DSC scans showed that both PF resins have curing peaks between 120 and 140[degrees]C which may imply that some amount of precure occurred before final compression was applied.
Look for squeeze out as a check for precure or insufficient glue spread.
(Japan), described "A New Coating Material: Thermosetting Film" consisting of acrylic copolymer polyols and blocked and unblocked (for some precure crosslinking) isocyanates.