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ther·mo·set

(ther'mō-set),
A classification for materials that become hardened or cured by the application of heat.

ther·mo·set

(ther'mō-set)
Classification for materials that harden or cure on application of heat.
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Until now, the market has primarily used carbon-fiber-reinforced thermosetting plastics for example in bodywork parts for automobiles.
Thermosetting plastics include phenolic, epoxy, alkyd polyester, polyurethane, urea-formaldehyde and unsaturated polyester resins.
Q-Cel hollow microspheres are fine, inorganic spherical particles developed as low-density fillers/extenders for thermosetting plastics.
Bakelite* thermosetting plastics for metal substitution and light-weight, under-the-hood designs
Injection molding of thermosetting plastics and thermoplastics is performed using these machines.
When applied to a clean, warm mold, RR-280 WB will give a thin, highly durable, heat stable release film capable of releasing a wide cross-section of elastomers and thermosetting plastics, according to the manufacturer.
Q-Cel hollow microspheres are fine, inorganic spherical particles developed as a low-density filler/extender for thermosetting plastics.
17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The major trend driving the thermosetting plastics market is the growing demand for Developing countries like India, China and Brazil, and is reflected in growing production of thermosetting plastics: in 2012 production of thermosetting plastics amounted to 31.