weather resistance

weather resistance

[′weth·ər ri‚zis·təns]
(engineering)
The ability of a material, paint, film, or the like to withstand the effects of wind, rain, or sun and to retain its appearance and integrity.

weather resistance

The ability of a material, paint film, or the like to withstand effects of wind, rain, sun, etc., and retain its appearance and integrity.
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Gutsche is said to have benefited from the cost-effective processing and outstanding weather resistance, combined with cohesive ASA adhesion of the company's Thermolast A TPE compound for this application.
The DongWoo fiber duct is made of PC/ABS and has high thermal stability, weather resistance, standard stability, flame resistance, and no halogen.
Major players in the global hiking footwear market are competing on the basis of weight, durability, weather resistance, price, design innovations, adaptability, and quality of raw materials.
The material optimally combines high optical quality, low weight, and UV and weather resistance. As a consequence, PLEXIGLAS[R] is used by numerous manufacturers around the world for cabin windows of commercial aircraft as well as for cockpit glazing in aircraft and helicopters.
The runway will be resurfaced with a polymer-modified high performance black asphalt, designed for strength, flexibility and weather resistance.
'Poly-foam and composite panel materials are usually selected for its lightweight character and weather resistance property.
TiO, has a positive effect on the weather resistance of a coating due to its UV absorbing capacity.
Heat stability and weather resistance also are needed in many applications.
The housing, base and battery case are made from high-impact nylon for exceptional durability, with all openings O-ring sealed for weather resistance. A one-way valve allows case venting.
The Orange L 2950, now available globally for the first time, offers weather resistance and lightfastness as well as saturation in the orange to red color space.
Resin manufacturers use Dextrol OC surfactants in the polymerization of vinyl, acrylic and copolymer resins to enhance color acceptance and gloss, improve stability and promote weather resistance.

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