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waterproofness

(ˈwɔːtəˌpruːfnəs)
n
the state of being waterproof
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This consultation concerns lots 3 / waterproofness and roof zinc - 4 / exterior joinery aluminum and metal - 5 / locksmithing and metalwork - 11 / painting and cleaning - 12 / elevators - 16 / mounts the latter have indeed been declared unsuccessful after a previous consultation phase conducted at the end of 2017.
The waterproofness of the Pelagos model is guaranteed up to 500m and has been systematically tested to 125 per cent of its capacity, that is, to 625m.
The boots undergo tests for waterproofness, abrasion, grip, and wear-and-tear.
I wear Magnums, which are great when new, but seem to lose their waterproofness quite quickly.
He describes the patented dropper, with an exclusive closing system, as a "trendsetter in cosmetic packaging," due to its technology, expertise, engineering, development, sealing, attraction, power, waterproofness, safety, usability, image and magnetism.
Featuring a unidirectional valve that allows helium to escape from the case without compromising its waterproofness, the model changed the nature of saturation diving forever.
Fitted with the Twinlock double waterproofness system, the winding crown screws down securely against the case.
The method involved placing waterproof textiles in an accelerated wear device that simulates impact and abrasion in wet conditions to determine waterproofness after defined intervals of accelerated wear.
It is necessary to develop the materials that offer different levels of air permeability resistance, breathability, and waterproofness [1].
At a time when pocket watches were the norm, Wilsdorf had to overcome three technical challenges to fulfill his vision: Precision wristwatches are smaller than pocket watches), waterproofness and autonomy or self-winding mechanism.
People who are in close contact with water should get their watch waterproofness tested at least once a year, while others should come in for a complete service after every four or six years," Bernasconi advised.