thermal bond

thermal bond

[′thər·məl ¦bänd]
(nucleonics)
A thermally conductive bond, providing maximum transfer of heat, as between nuclear-reactor fuel and its protective cladding.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Executives said the closure of one thermal bond line and one spunlace machine will lead to a write down of about [euro]3 million and will result in improvement of the site's overall profitability.
One of the leading products from the Thermal Bond series is the Norton-Thermal Bond V2200 structural glazing tape.
Korton FEP Type C film is used for casting surfaces, allowing a durable thermal bond to elastomers.
It also asks if the social bond and the new thermal bond should be maintained in the current terms or must be reformed in some aspect, and an opinion is requested on which energy efficiency measures would have greater incidence in alleviating energy poverty.
In short, PBT/PET conjugated fibers processed at a high draw ratio but with low-temperature heat setting, can form an optimum thermal bond, at a bonding temperature of 10[degrees]C above [T.sub.m] of PBT.
This Thermolast-K TPE is said to create a thermal bond with tear strength exceeding that of the elastomer.
Executives say the closure of one thermal bond line and one spunlace machine will lead to a write down of about [euro]3 million and will result in improvement of the site's overall profitability.
Other nonwoven lines followed (thermal bond and needlepunch); in 2000 Nanliu bought its first spunlace line, as well as wet wipe converting equipment.
The numerical value in the table shows the total demand for spunbonded nonwovens and thermal bonded nonwovens.
The use of thermal bonded nonwovens in baby diapers has also increased its overseas production.