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setting time

The time required for a material to polymerize or harden, as in dental amalgam, cement, plaster, resin, or stone.
See also: time

set·ting time

(seting tīm)
Duration required for a dental material (e.g., amalgam) to harden into its permanent state.
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The setting time of the cementitious paste was tested using the Vicat needle.
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Final Setting Time. Stainless steel ring molds (inner diameter 10 mm, height 2 mm) were placed on a glass plate, and then the sealer materials were mixed and packed into the molds.
Results reveals that blended cement need higher initial setting time as compare to ordinary Portland cement, in addition to this final setting time is also a little greater if comparing to OPC.
It provides faster setting time in the face of supplementary binders, which typically challenge contractors by extending a mixture's set window.
When placing concrete in formwork there are other factors to take into consideration apart from setting time that can cause the concrete to stiffen for example impact of concrete discharge, permeability/watertightness of formwork and plan shape of cast section (Clear and Harrison 1985).
(4,6) Compressive strength and setting time of endodontic cements are critical for optimized clinical performance, and thus represent a significant advance for their use as restorative materials.
ALL three Titebond 50 versions provide appropriate creep and heat resistance for bonding, Low minimum temperature use, fast setting time and powerful bond strength, Franklin says.
Either way, the feeding time will increase, as well as the ram setting time for the mixer.
With an initial setting time of only 30 minutes (75 degrees F), it reduces downtime.