heat-resistant

heat-resistant

adj
1. (Cookery) able to resist and remain unaffected by heat
2. (General Engineering) able to resist and remain unaffected by heat
Translations

heat-resistant

[ˈhiːtrɪˌzɪstnt] adjtermoresistente
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Its Tg is 247 C, making it the most heat-resistant, injection moldable amorphous resin available, according to GE.
Because of their corrosion-and heat-resistant properties, liquid fluoroelastomer products have found increasing usage in a number of industries where harsh service conditions are present, according to the literature.
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According to Bayer project manager Bernd Wissem, "Thanks to our new material, the field of application for PBT in connectors for the automotive industry will expand significantly because manufacturers will no longer be forced to use expensive, highly heat-resistant specialty polymers--especially for airbags." *83*
RP 6461 R/H heat-resistant polyurethane has a heat deflection temperature of 309 [degrees] F, making it a suitable material for the fast production of under-hood automotive parts, heat and air conditioning ducts, and equipment enclosures that will operate in high-temperature environments, according to the company.