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  • Webb Abrasives Clog Resistant Technology
    by a precise combination of backing, grit, adhesives and coating. It uses a heat-resistant adhesive that prevents grit from sinking into the adhesive during friction. This flexible adhesive also allows the grit to sweep back and forth like a broom allowing an aggressive cut. A thin clear coat of polymer
  • Oil-Resistant Rubbers
    , particularly with regard to dynamic response. Neoprenes are a large family of rubbers that have a property profile approaching that of natural rubber, and with better resistance to oils, ozone, oxidation, and flame. They age better and do not soften on heat exposure, although high-temperature tensile
  • Medical Device Link .
    �all of which must be biologically inert, temperature and corrosion resistant, and highly durable. In the past, UV-cured adhesives were believed to have limitations, when compared with heat-cured adhesives, such as shadowing effects, CTE mismatch, and shrinkage on cure. With the development of new
  • Bonds that take a beating
    to pins, necklaces, and bracelets. Fast 18-min cure times help the company produce 1 million pieces/month. At Weber Aircraft Inc. hard-to-join ABS tray tables are successfully bonded with Uralane 5774-A/B impact-resistant polyurethane. The Araldite epoxy that Italy's Firma Teck Pont selected to bond
  • PLASTICS REFERENCE GUIDE
    used in demanding power-train environments. The brown, one-component FastGasket 5964 features low durometer and high elongation for applications in antilock-brake modules, timing-belt covers, and connectors. FastGasket 5965 is a black, one-component, water-resistant foam that doubles in size during
  • Polyimide
    Available both as thermoplastic and thermoset resins, polyimides (Pls) are a family of some of the most heat and fire-resistant polymers known. Moldings and laminates are generally based on thermoset resins, although some are made from thermoplastic grades. Unlike most plastics, Pls are available
  • Why Motors Fail Part 1.
    from the environments by using: * Class H Insulation System. * Vacuum Pressure Impregnation. * High Temperature Structural Adhesives. * High Quality Bearing. * Epoxy Paints. * Water Resistant Design. * Encapsulated Windings. We can provide equipment built to existing drawings or by working

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