A substance used as coloring.
Sheet made of PVC material.
A substance, such as paste or cement, that provides or promotes adhesion.
A conductor for a fluid power system. It is a special hose with several applications and is available in different diameters and pressure ratings. A hydraulic hose carries hydraulic oil, which is an incompressible fluid. Either a pump or piston at one end forces the fluid through the hose and the power is transmitted to the piston on the opposite end.
Packing made of plastic material.
A material consisting of extremely fine glass fibers, used in making various products, such as yarns, fabrics, insulators, and structural objects or parts. Also called spun glass.
Ink generally made from carbon black, lampblack, or other pigment suspended in an oil vehicle, with a resin, solvent, adhesive, and drier; available in many variations.
A fast-drying paint containing pigment suspended in an acrylic polymer emulsion.
Oil used to lubricate the moving parts of a machine.
Products made of plastic.
Cover made of plastic material.
A material that is used to make lubricants, sealants, adhesives, gels, coatings and breast implants. Silicone (pronounced "sill-uh-cone") is different than silicon (pronounced "sill-uh-cuhn"), which is used in semiconductors. Silicone is a compound of silicon and other materials, while silicon is pure silicon.
Small flakes of aluminum metal obtained by stamping or ball-milling foil in the presence of a fatty lubricant, such as stearic acid, which causes the flakes to orient in a pattern to give high brilliance.
A polymerized ethylene resin, used especially for containers, kitchenware, and tubing, or in the form of films and sheets for packaging.
A strong, relatively opaque form of polyethylene having a dense structure with few side branches off the main carbon backbone.
Oil used to lubricate the moving parts of a motor.
A dry coating method in which fine clear or pigmented powder particles, containing resin, modifiers, and possibly a curing agent, are electrostatically sprayed onto a substrate and heated (melted) in a oven to form a continuous film.
Chemical packings have excellent acid resistance and heat resistance. Them can resist to corrosion of various inorganic acids, organic acids and organic solvents except hydrofluoric acid, and can be used in high or low temperature conditions.
Silicone rubber is a polymer that has a "backbone" of silicon oxygen linkages, the same bond that is found in quartz, glass and sand.
A coating is a covering that is applied to an object to protect it or change its appearance.
Parts made of rubber material.
Products made of rubber material.
Card made of metal material, widely used in super-hotel, super-market and restaurant.
A thin skin or membrane.
A diarylguanidine salt of an acidic dye.
A naturally abundant nonmetallic element that occurs in many inorganic and in all organic compounds, exists freely as graphite and diamond and as a constituent of coal, limestone, and petroleum, and is capable of chemical self-bonding to form an enormous number of chemically, biologically, and commercially important molecules.
A polymer that has a "backbone" of silicon-oxygen linkages, the same bond that is found in quartz, glass and sand.
A common thermoplastic resin, used in a wide variety of manufactured products, including rainwear, garden hoses, phonograph records, and floor tiles.
A substance formed as a necessary stage in the manufacture of a desired end product.
A colorless or white crystalline solid, chiefly sodium chloride, used extensively in ground or granulated form as a food seasoning and preservative. Also called common salt, table salt.
A large group of liquids made of many kinds of chemicals.
Rubber parts of the auto.
Flame retardants are materials that inhibit or resist the spread of fire.
Any of various organic compounds produced by polymerization, capable of being molded, extruded, cast into various shapes and films, or drawn into filaments used as textile fibers.
A type of liquid oil used for lubrication by various types of engines.
A substance used to color materials. Also called dyestuff.
Any of a class of substances whose aqueous solutions are characterized by a sour taste, the ability to turn blue litmus red, and the ability to react with bases and certain metals to form salts.
Ceiling made of aluminum material.
A tear resistant Polypropylene film.
Sheet made of plastic material.
An elastic hydrocarbon polymer that naturally occurs as a milky colloidal suspension, or latex, in the sap of some plants. It can also be synthesized.
A nonvolatile solid or semisolid organic material, usually of high molecular weight; obtained as gum from certain trees or manufactured synthetically; tends to flow when subjected to heat or stress; soluble in most organic solvents but not in water; the film-forming component of a paint or varnish; used in making plastics and adhesives.
Substance whose molecules contain one or more (often many more) carbon atoms (excluding carbonates, cyanides, carbides, and a few others).
A multilayered thin film having films of at least two different nonmagnetic insulating materials or a thin film of a mixture of at least two such materials. The protective film is formed in a temperature range which these organic materials can withstand.
Film made of PVC material.
Powder coating is the technique of applying dry paint to a part.
A lightweight mixture of liquid hydrocarbons that are derived from petroleum. The hydrocarbons in diesel oil contain between 13 and 25 carbon atoms. Diesel oil is used as a fuel for diesel engines.
A colorless volatile flammable liquid, the simplest of which are derived from saturated hydrocarbons, have the general formula CnH2n+1OH, and include ethanol and methanol.
Any of various light, porous, semirigid or spongy materials used for thermal insulation or shock absorption, as in packaging.
A kind of glass on which inorganic enamel is printed by screen printing machines. and then dried and heated under high temperature to make he enamel adhere to the glass suface forever.
A strong liquid adhesive obtained by boiling collagenous animal parts such as bones, hides, and hooves into hard gelatin and then adding water.
Substance composed of varying proportions of esters, acids, alcohols and hydrocarbons and similar in composition to fats.
Plastic mould or part of plastic products.
A case containing a ribbon in a spool, for use in printers and electric typewriters.
Ceramic packings have great advantage of acid-& heat-resistance. It can withstand almost all kinds of acid up to 1000C£¬except HF acid, and be widely used in the tower of dry, absorbing, cooling, washing and recover etc. in chemical, petrochemical and metallurgical industry.
A roll of PVC sheet.
Device that carries the image to be printed and is applied directly to paper or to an intermediate image carrier, such as a print blanket, in order to transfer the image to paper.
A Sheet made of PE.
A re-generated cellulose film of glass clear transparency and sparkle. It is flexible but tough and withstands all the beatings in an automatic packaging operation and is made of wood pulp and is non-toxic and biodegradable.
A home made insecticide spray used for controlling a wide range of insect pests in the garden.
A normal impact, high corrosion resistant sheet.
A soft, light, extremely malleable silver-white metallic element that reacts explosively with water, is naturally abundant in combined forms, especially in common salt, and is used in the production of a wide variety of industrially important compounds.
An inflatable tube or cushion made of rubber or plastic and used for recreational riding, as behind a motor boat or down a snow-covered slope.
Any of a large number of natural and synthetic materials, including manure and nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium compounds, spread on or worked into soil to increase its capacity to support plant growth.
Having a surface coated with an adhesive and not needing any substance, such as glue or paste, applied to form a bond: self-adhesive wallpaper; self-adhesive labels.
Any rendered animal fat, such as bacon, beef or chicken fat.
Chemicals free from impurities.
An adhesive that is apparently dry to the touch and adheres instantaneously upon contact.
A chemical used as a coating for or a component of a combustible material to reduce or eliminate a tendency to burn; used with textiles, plastics, rubbers, paints, and other materials. Also known as fireproofing compound.
A thin sheet of PET material used to wrap or cover things.
A liquid mixture, usually of a solid pigment in a liquid vehicle, used as a decorative or protective coating.
Synthetic fibers are the result of extensive research by scientists to increase and improve upon the supply of naturally occurring animal and plant fibers that have been used in making cloth and rope.
Ball made of rubber material.
A form of polyethylene having many side branches off the main carbon backbone and a less closely packed structure than that of high-density polyethylene.LDPE is widely used for manufacturing various containers, dispensing bottles, wash bottles, tubing, plastic bags for computer components, and various molded laboratory equipment. Its most common use is in plastic bags.
Any of various detergents designed for use in a washing machine for clothing.
Rubber tube is used in flow lines for fluids and gases in a variety of hydraulic, pneumatic, process, medical, and specialty applications.
EPDM rubber is used in vibrators and seals; glass-run channel; radiator, garden and appliance hose; tubing; washers; belts; and electrical insulation.
A pneumatic tire in which the ply cords extending to beads are laid at approximately right angles to the center line of the tread.
A clear, reflective control film that maintains color brightness and image clarity while reducing glare.
Paint in an aerosol container for spraying onto surfaces.