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  • THERMOFORMING
    on Aug 20, 2011 in molding technique
    THERMOFORMINGThermoforming is the process of heating a plastic material in sheet form to its particular processing temperature and forming the hot and flexible material against the contours of a mold by mechanical means (e.g., tools, plugs, soli...
  • ROTATIONAL MOLDING
    on Jun 26, 2011 in molding technique
    Rotational molding Rotational molding (also popularly known as rotomolding) is best suited for large, hollow products requiring stress-free strength, complicated curves, a good finish, a variety of colors, a comparatively short (or very long) product...
  • No One's Gonna Love You
    on Feb 6, 2011
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  • POLYMER BLEND
    on Feb 5, 2011 in polymers
    POLYMER BLENDPolymer blend refer to intimate mixture of two monomers of two or more polymers. The individual polymers may be melt mixed, solution blended and co-precipitated, or lattices may be blended and coagulated before final processing. Blending...
  • MASTICATION AND MIXING
    on Feb 5, 2011
    MASTICATION AND MIXING Rubber Processing is a general term which includes all the operations which are carried out on the rubber and which alter its physical shape or chemical composition. The raw polymer, natural or synthetic can be softened either...
  • CLASSICALMUSIC
    on Jan 31, 2011
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  • BLOWING AGENT
    on Jan 28, 2011 in rubber compounding
    BLOWING AGENT Blowing agent are substances stable at room temperature and decomposes at high temperature by liberating gas.They are classified as follows 1-organic blowing agent 2-inorganic blowing agent A good blowing agent must be filled following...
  • CARBONBLACK
    on Jan 21, 2011 in rubber compounding
    CARBON BLACK Among the reinforcing fillers used in rubber industry, a lion's share is constituted by different types of carbon blacks. They are essentially elemental carbon prepared by converting liquid or gaseous hydrocarbons into elemental carb...
  • PLASTICIZERS
    on Jan 18, 2011 in rubber compounding
    PLASTICIZERS Plasticisers are added in rubber compounds with the following objectives. 1.Increase plasticity and workability of the compound. 2.Aid in wetting and incorporation of fillers 3.Modify the properties of the vulcanised products. 4. Pr...
  • EXTENDERS
    on Jan 18, 2011 in rubber compounding
    ExtendersThese are substances which are added to rubber compounds in lage quantities so that the cost of the compound can be reduced, without seriously affecting the final properties. Important among the commercially used extenders are the following.
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