abrasion resistance

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a·bra·sion re·sis·tance

(ă-brāzhŭn rĕ-zistăns)
Ability of a tooth or a material to avoid being worn away by abrasive forces.
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Three latexes (A, B and C) with varying abrasion resistance were included in the study.
Results for abrasion resistance (Table 3) are shown in terms of mass loss, %, after 10,000 cycles with a preload of 9 kPa.
Its metal-like scratch and abrasion resistance is the result of adapting ceramic nanocomposite technology to the electrophoretic coating process.
While advances in fibers and fillers have kept pace with the requirements of load and abrasion resistance for calender covers, soft nip calenders and multinip calenders are also operating under higher temperatures.
This higher compressive strength improves the floor surface's abrasion resistance when compared to the alternatives.
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The company says that the material offers excellent abrasion resistance, low-temperature properties, hydrolytic stability, and fungus resistance, and that the new TPU series can be formulated for extruded profile, sheet, and film applications.
CN2261LV is for use in UV-curable wood coating applications where hardness and abrasion resistance are required.
The liner is factory impregnated and manufactured under ISO 9001 quality control with long-term testing for creep modulus, strain corrosion, water absorption abrasion resistance. The corrosion resistant material is an Owens Coming, Advantex product with at least two separate layers and off-set seams to ensure uniform ring stiffness.
OBCs also boast lower compression set and better abrasion resistance. They are expected to process much like random copolymers due to comparable shear rheology and melt strength.
But it has a big advantage over the polycarbonate materials used on those one-off vehicles: abrasion resistance. Designers would love to use plastics to make their wilder dreams production realities, and the plastics industry would love to help them do it and capture the huge market in automotive glass in the process ...