durometer


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durometer

(dʊəˈrɒmɪtə)
n
1. (Tools) a piece of equipment for measuring the hardness of a material, in particular plastic or rubber
2. (Units) the measurement of the hardness of a material, in particular plastic or rubber
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Medalist 50100 Series compounds are available in durometer A hardnesses of 58, 68 and 73.
5 cm) of wear and can be specified in 60 Shore A durometer nitrile rubber or heavy-duty 90 Shore A durometer urethane.
Balloon pressure and diameters were plotted as a function of fill volume for each durometer balloon.
WHEN Amphenol, one of the world's largest manufacturers of interconnect products, wanted to develop a new P-clamp for mission-critical cable harnesses, it used the same mechanical design of its original high performance P-clamps, made with Victrex Peek polymer, but instead used a softer durometer silicone rubber for the clamp cushioning.
A nip-roller durometer of 90 is usually recommended.
Product: Tour Velvet Pink and Dual Durometer Pink grips
Available in both its Duralast and Superlast wheels, the new polyurethane compound rolls easier under load and carries 30 percent more capacity than the industry standard 95 durometer (shore A).
The material's lower durometer suits it for sealing and grip applications in which a softer touch and more "rubbery" flexibility are advantageous.
It is offered in 64A durometer and is well suited for outdoor use.
The goal is to balance the surface texture and durometer values of the TPE to get the intended product feel.
Hard-Line tees feature a barb designed for use with harder durometer tubing such as polyethylene 55 Shore D and polypropropylene 80 durometer.
It comes in three durometers and multiple diameters--50 Series (55 durometer) is yellow; the 60 series (65 durometer) is green and the 70 series (75 durometer) is red.