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delaminate

(dē-lăm′ə-nāt′)
intr.v. delami·nated, delami·nating, delami·nates
To split into thin layers.
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The apparatus includes a film supply part for supplying a photosensitive material film, a film laminating part for successively laminating the supplied film on a hologram original plate with the film being squeezed with a roller from the upper side, a film delaminating part for successively delaminating the film from the original plate from one end thereof with the film being pressed with the roller, and a film take-up part for taking up the delaminated film.
This intermixing helps bond the plies and avoids delaminating of the sheet at the ply boundaries.
Flooring had to be hard wearing, slip resistant, easy to keep clean, and truck routes and work areas had to be defined with yellow demarcation lines, also Q Flooring's installers applied a vapour permeable resin floor system that would allow it to breathe without delaminating.
Replace any belt that is cracked, worn or delaminating.
Textile materials consist of elements, such as: constant fireproof properties, increased superior mechanical resistances (high module, high tenacity), resistance to splice, bursting strength, resistance to delaminating, and comfort characteristics depending on the user's requirements.The explanation for using technical textiles with performance characteristics is to be found in the complex of hidden requirements, of those attributes that are to be activated while in use, in direct interaction with the person who uses the means of transport.
Special ECP Pro and ECP Plus composite material is well-suited to Pb-free applications, runs cool, mills and taps well, and has a homogenous design said to reduce delaminating during cycling.
Trouble for the composite roofing industry began in the late 1990s when early fiber-cement entries began delaminating and crumbling.
By delaminating the cobalt-chromium plating from the aluminum platters in hard drives, the data-bearing medium is separated from the platter, and all the information stored on drives is eliminated.
The high thermal conductivity and CTE matching ensure device reliability, surviving tens of thousands of thermal cycles without delaminating or cracking between the attached heat generating IC devices or dielectric substrates.
Traditional methods for delaminating metal film--which has been laminated onto plastic by a process such as plating for use in components for home appliances, electric circuit boards, recreational equipment, and numerous other products--have included dissolving the plating with an acid-alkali solution, or grinding the laminated parts and separating the plastic from the metal with a dielectric discharge.
The polyethylene sealant layer works in tandem with the structure's density to protect the adhesive system from delaminating when it comes in contact with aggressive products.
The flexibility of the new presses also has virtually eliminated delaminating and warping issues that plagued the previous, less-flexible presses, DeVries added.