semirigid plastic

semirigid plastic

[¦sem·i′rij·əd ′plas·tik]
(materials)
A plastic that has a stiffness or apparent modulus of elasticity of between 10,000 and 100,000 pounds per square inch (6.895 × 107 and 6.895 × 108 pascals) under prescribed test conditions.
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SUA1080 is suitable for a range of substrates such as properly prepared steel, aluminum, galvanized steel, polyester body fillers, fiber glass and rigid and semirigid plastic (except polyethylene and polystyrene).
The author of this article designed two semirigid plastic "canes' mounted to a dog's leather collar.
Instron's TestMaster [TM] Automation System for Plastics features an automated, programmable laboratory robot and controller for efficient tensile and flexural testing of rigid and semirigid plastics.