squeezability


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Noun1.squeezability - the property of being able to occupy less space
softness - the property of giving little resistance to pressure and being easily cut or molded
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Another K 2013 demonstration was a 20 cc hotel amenity bottle using "dual pillar" technology--alternating thin and thick areas around the bottle circumference to provide squeezability as well as rigidity--molded on a SBIII-150N-12 machine in 14 cavities.
The conformability and squeezability of the film allows the label to remain intact and appear new even after multiple squeezes of the container.
These MDO films offer the ultimate combination of looks and functionality high stiffness for productive label dispensing, good conformability on contoured packaging, and lasting squeezability.
things like the aptitude to be softened or hardened, the aptitude to be solidified or liquefied, malleability, the aptitude to be bent or straightened, impressibility, plasticity, tractility, squeezability and combustibility.
These green sand products work well with western (sodium) and southern (calcium) bentonite and their blends and improve mold squeezability and reduce brittleness.
The only benefit of the whitehead is its squeezability.
Surprisingly soft, their squeezability even allows children to squish them into a ball and watch as they spring right back into shape.
These MDO films are designed to combine the best properties of PE and PP: looks and functionality, high stiffness for productive label dispensing, good conformability on contoured packaging, and lasting squeezability On a thin PET23 release liner.
In addition, the Orion's squeezability makes the bottle easy to use regardless of age or skill, something Macphie was keen to promote.