The original covering applied in 1969, being hot bitumen layered felt with a copper foil outer layer, has been gradually deteriorating and has begun to delaminate
The mats will never bubble up, separate, delaminate
, or tear--unlike many other mats--and are 99.
Every 10 to 20 years the interior of your pool will start to fade, stain or delaminate
Medical-grade wires will not flake, blister, or delaminate
US-based medical device maker Titan Spine is enhancing its spinal device warranty to provide a free replacement if any of the company's Endoskeleton interbody fusion devices delaminate
or generate particulate debris during implantation, the company said on Monday.
One example is the addition of 50% recycled PPand HDPE to make injection molded parts that do not delaminate
Efforts have been made to combine TPU and polyolefin resins, but these materials are immiscible, resulting in poor properties, and TPU/polyolefin layers tend to delaminate
The homogeneous polymer matrix is also said to show no tendency to delaminate
This is especially true when high pH detergents are being used or when Autoclave, Sterris and Sterrad sterilisation methods are employed as these methods can strip, discolour, delaminate
epoxy printing and be the cause of other in-field failures.
Without uniformity, the layers can delaminate
and cause problems with the finished catheter.
The halogen-free silicone encapsulation will not delaminate
or degrade with exposure to steam, water, alcohol, UV light, mechanical abuse, autoclave or chemicals.
has been granted a patent for a pigment aqueous-medium dispersion being a dispersion of a pigment in an aqueous medium, wherein the pigment is a flaky titanic acid obtained by treating a layered titanate with an acid, reacting the treated layered titanate with an organic basic compound to swell or delaminate
an interlaminar portion of the treated layered titanate and obtain an intermediate flaky titanic acid, and treating the intermediate flaky titanic acid with a metal alkoxide in an aqueous medium to obtain the flaky titanic acid, the flaky titanic acid having an average longer diameter of 5 to 30 pm and an average thickness of 0.