quick-setting

quick-setting

adj
(of cement, jelly, etc) that sets or hardens quickly
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Translations

quick-setting

[ˈkwɪkˌsetɪŋ] ADJ quick-setting gluepegamento m rápido
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For example, last year Gorilla introduced its version of a quick-setting epoxy with a urethane hybrid technology that provides better overall strength and flexibility, overcoming the problem of brittle bonds common to other quick-set epoxies.
The gel, which contains the quick-setting chemical methyl methacrylate (MMA), is used to attach false nails at salons across the UK.
Once the quick-setting plaster hardens, she removes the mask and demonstrates a variety of ways to decorate it, using paint, feathers and such.
Canton, MA-based Interpolymer Corp.'s new Bimodal Polymers provide quick-setting hold, high humidity resistance and excellent curl retention in hair styling products.
Available with quick-setting rotary knobs or soft-touch keypad control, refrigerated and non-refrigerated centrifuges rapidly spin tubes at high RCFs.
Damaged metal corner bead can be fixed quickly with quick-setting patching compound (a 4-lb.
Pierce had used a quick-setting polymer product on several other city projects and had heard that it might offer an alternative to heavy restoration work in certain situations.