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extrudable

(ɪkˈstruːdəbəl)
adj
able to be extruded
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[USPRwire, Thu Jul 18 2019] Tie layer resins are the form of polyolefins, which are modified chemically and are used as extrudable adhesives in coating operations or in co-extrusion to bond different materials together.
[ClickPress, Thu Jul 18 2019] Tie layer resins are the form of polyolefins, which are modified chemically and are used as extrudable adhesives in coating operations or in co-extrusion to bond different materials together.
Patent 10,232,540 (March 19, 2019), "Extrudable Oriented Polymer Composites," Richard Gulllemette, Robert Peters, and Christopher Hummel (Guill Tool & Engineering Co.
Bostik spent four years developing the Vitel 1922AF, an extrudable, semicrystalline, saturated copolyester resin that prevents fog formation on flexible packaging that houses fresh food that expels moisture, such as fruits and vegetables, during refrigeration.
to increase the number of ventilation units, an extrudable iv container is added to the steel frame.
This includes adhesives, sealants, roof and non-roof coatings, extrudable sealant tape, high-grade electrical paper, millboard, pipeline wrap, reinforced plastics, roofing felt, asbestos floor tile and any other building materials other than cement.
Elastosil R plus 4350/55 solid silicone rubber, an extrudable addition-curing silicone grade, is said to offer high resistance to heat.
To eat the hard coral, the starfish has an extrudable stomach that wraps around the coral and ingests it.
7,838,479 B2; Unilever Home & Personal Care USA, Greenwich, CT, has patented a stable, extrudable, multiphase aqueous liquid cleansing composition.
Among the extrudable materials one of the most widely employed is ABS, which is ideal for conceptual prototyping through design verification, and is available in a variety of standard and custom colors.
* Hydrophilic materials in extrudable and solution based forms
According to project leader Dr Damian Fullston of CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, "They are not only fire-, blast- and acid-resistant, they are also strong, castable, sprayable, and extrudable, making their potential uses almost limitless."