nonrubber

nonrubber

(ˌnɒnˈrʌbə)
adj
not containing or made of rubber
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The NR generally contains small amounts of nonrubber components such as protein and lipid.
Tariff Commission, Nonrubber Footwear: Report to the President on Investigation No.
The waste board's emissions study examined 77 products--43 considered alternative and 34 labeled standard--including such residential-applicable items as carpeting, fiberboard, gypsum board, plastic laminates, resilient flooring (rubber and nonrubber based), and thermal insulation.
As a plant material, latex contains not only rubber (about 30%, in the form of particles), but also nonrubber substances such as proteins, carbohydrates, and some minerals.
The Medicare reimbursement rate for nonrubber pessaries ranges from $42.
It is produced by treating NR latex with an enzyme which breaks down the naturally occurring protein and other nonrubber materials into soluble residues that are subsequently washed away during coagulation and washing (ref.
42) A month after the decision, imports of nonrubber footwear reached a record high of 49 percent of the domestic market.
Uruguay Round tariff reductions will help the leather tanning and selected segments of the nonrubber footwear and luggage industries further to expand exports to developed countries (USDC/ITC, 1994).
32) "Trade Restraints and the Competitive Status of the Textile, Apparel, and Nonrubber Footwear Industries" (Congressional Budget Office, 1991).
If steps are not taken to stabilize the natural rubber, it spontaneously coagulates within the first few hours after collection due to microbial attack on the nonrubber constituents and the hydrolysis of protein.
Chemical Products (184) 295 Asphalt Paving & Roofing Materials (0) 302 Rubber & Plastic Footwear (117) 314 Nonrubber Footwear (1) 322 Glass & Glassware, Pressed/Blown (640) 324 Cement, Hydraulic (228) 326 Pottery & Related Products (0) 329 Misc.
Congressional Budget Office (1991d), Trade Restraints and the Competitive Status of the Textile, Apparel and Nonrubber Footwear Industries.