unplasticized

unplasticized

(ʌnˈplæstɪˌsaɪzd) or

unplasticised

adj
not made plastic, as by the addition of a plasticizer
Translations

unplasticized

adj unplasticized polyvinyl chlorideweichmacherfreies Polyvinylchlorid
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Tenders are invited for Pipes and parts for water supply and sewerage polypropylene and unplasticized object "dormitory in ar.
Radwan, Changes in the Optical Energy Gap and ESR Spectra of Proton-Irradiated Unplasticized PVC Copolymer and Its Possible Use in Radiation Dosimetry.
Mai, "Effect of temperature on fatigue crack growth in unplasticized polyvinyl chloride," Journal of Materials Science, vol.
1 Window frames are made using three main materials: wood, UPVC (a material called unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) and metal.
Microbial diversities (16S and 18S rRNA gene pyrosequencing) and environmental pathogens within drinking water biofilms grown on the common premise plumbing materials unplasticized polyvinylchloride and copper.
After some hunting online, Vaughn secured a length of 10-inch-diameter unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) tubing.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Aria Polymer Pishgam Company industrially produced unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (UPVC) products through the application of nanotechnology.
Another reason for expenditures to upgrade facilities with modular systems, particularly those with unplasticized PVC surface finish, is to optimize the amount of PVC in the facility--blending the microbial performance of PVC while not exceeding the requirements of local code officials, fire departments and insurance specifications for flammable materials.
8%), unplasticized PVC products do not contribute to fire propagation, and most rigid PVC formulations can pass most flammability tests without the need to incorporate flame retardants [5], However, in many application fields, it requires to fill varying levels of organic plasticizer like dioctyl phthalate (denoted as DOP) so as to make PVC materials flexible and easily processible.
These include steel pipes and bars; cement; ceramic tiles; equal-leg angle bars; flat glass; Polybutylene pipes; Polyethylene pipes; unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride pipes and rigid electrical conduit; plywood; rerolled steel bars; sanitary wares; steel sheets for roofing; as well as low-carbon steel wires.
The 16001 control lost 36% of its weight after eight weeks of soil burial, while its blends with PVC (both unplasticized and with 18 phr DINA) demonstrated no weight loss.