wearproof

wearproof

(ˈwɛəˌpruːf)
adj
resistant to damage from normal wear or usage
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ZnO NPs are firstly applied in the rubber industry as they can provide wearproof of the rubber composite, improve performance of high polymer in their toughness and intensity and antiaging, and other functions [4,5].
The optimum conditions for forming of wearproof coating without lack of fusion can be obtained by changing the speed asymmetry factor which depends on rotational speed ratio of roller electrode and "shaft" type parts.
Wearproof silica gel pads in the base clamp help it stay in place and also prevent it from marking up the surface where it's attached.
Diatomite has some properties such as good stability and dispersive property, acidproof and heatproof, low density, wearproof, large surface area and high value of absorbing oil, and so on (1).
For formation of wearproof coverings elements of the first group have the greatest value.
In order to ensure safe railroad traffic, rails must be strong enough and wearproof. Rail head vertical wearing intensity is greater in the straight sections and on the curves of a larger radius.
I do not believe the claims of "wearproof" materials.