sponge rubber


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sponge rubber

[′spənj ¦rəb·ər]
(materials)

sponge rubber, foam rubber

Expanded rubber having a cellular structure; usually has interconnecting cells; used as resilient padding and as thermal insulation.
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The use of sponge rubber for the task of hardness discrimination is convenient and easy in clinical applications to balance dysfunction in elderly people.
Apply adhesive to the sponge rubber and insert the ends into the ends of the side-bead trim seal.
Conventional sponge rubber is a thermoset and cannot be molded into three-dimensional shapes, but MicroFlex, the company says, can be thermoformed.
The Sponge Rubber building--a full city block in size--exploded and was decimated by fire.
Additionally, Quad Core technology provides four layers of cushioning under the foot by combining a 3-layer sponge rubber midsole with a dual-density molded polyurethane footbed.
com)-- Good Feet, a local retailer of custom-fitted arch supports and natural sponge rubber cushions, announced today their upcoming Foot Check event in Clackamas, Oregon.
manufactures a unique polymer sponge rubber architectural seal, Super Spacer(R), which dramatically improves window and door insulation and energy efficiency.
The profiles consist of compact rubber for the profile body, sponge rubber for the hose, colored compact rubber made of EPDM for the transition to the internal roof lining, a steel core for enhanced stability and two Kevlar threads as textile tension elements.
EQUIPPED WITH sponge rubber `golf balls' and little clubs, Richard Burnett and his team are visiting primary schools in Liverpool as part of the latest national campaign to encourage more boys and girls to play.
Now remove the sponge rubber on the bottom of the switch casing by peeling it from one comer.