polyurethane


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polyurethane

a synthetic material used for nonwoven vascular grafts.
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Session speakers are said to include some of the brightest minds in emerging polyurethanes technology, and regulatory speakers hail from governing bodies from North America and beyond, according to the CPI.
This ongoing evolution was a major theme in technical papers presented at the recent Polyurethanes 2006 conference in Salt Lake City, sponsored by the Alliance of the Polyurethanes Industry (API).
For pattern repair, because polyurethane bonds well to metal, alterations to part designs are easy to make.
PT Arsitek High Polymer has the capacity to produce 4,000 tons of polyurethane resin per year.
Polyurethane carpet backing, on the other hand, is not affected by a regular maintenance schedule and can endure even a rigorous scrubbing.
Title: Global and China Polyurethane Industry Chain Report, 2011-2012
The water-based polyurethane dispersions are of great importance due to their extraordinary characteristics of containing lower levels of volatile organic content (VOC).
Surface topography of the eroded polyurethane coatings after abrasion was qualitatively analyzed by optical microscopy.
The usage spectrum for the firm's new polyurethane ranges between -40[degrees]C and 120[degrees]C.
Research conducted by IAL Consultants on behalf of the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) of the American Chemistry Council shows that overall production of polyurethane in NAFTA declined by 6.
There will also be a poster session and the 2007 Polyurethane Innovation Awards program.
So they're using a castable polyurethane to produce diesets for some 300 replacement parts for the cars.