undercured

undercured

Said of concrete, a sealant, adhesive, paint, etc., which has not had sufficient time and/or suitable physical environment to harden properly.
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This is vital to avoid the risks and consequences of undercured product reaching the customer," said Martin Kugler, corporate communications for GEW.
If the problems go away, the mask was likely undercured, and the bake helped finish the cure.
Endotherms were observed in DSC thermograms of undercured samples (S1-S3) probably due to aging.
The most infamous example of undercured solder mask effect on surface finishing was discovered in the early 1990s.
15234 13426 OVERGORGED 15234 13462 TINOKTOKAN (13) 15234 13642 NASCENCIES (ospd) 15234 16342 CANDICIDIN (st) 15234 61342 UNDERCURED
If tests show that a coating is undercured, one response is to apply more energy such as heat lamps for an air dry coating, a higher temperature or longer time in the oven for a baked coating (but be careful of yellowing and other color changes that may occur), and stronger lamps or more time of exposure for UV cure.
It is well understood that undercured resin will have reduced adhesive qualities, mechanical properties, and durability performance when compared to fully cured resin (Morgan et al.
Wet, bleached, undercured and original rubber and rubber that is not completely visually dry at the time of buyer's inspection are not acceptable (except slightly under-cured rubber as specified for RSS5).
Walia, 2001) This results in the ink being undercured for a given energy dose and photoinitiator level.
Although some soft pockets of undercured sand in core and mold production can be ignored in production foundries because they will not affect the casting, a soft pocket uncovered during sand block machining will result in a scrapped core or mold.
Heating times of 7 to 14 min were used to make parts that ranged from undercured to overcured.
Undercured refers to a defect in sausage appearance that is characterized by an irregular, splotchy color on the casing or interior, or blood clots in the meat.