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SPI's Ultra Bond-100TM Rewrites the Polyurea Rules

08th June 2011
For years, one of the most steadfast rules in the protective coating and lining industry was that applicators couldn't coat over existing polyurea after the "recoat window". Achieving proper adhesion between the old and new liner typically involved a manu... Read >
Author: DanielVasic

Cast Iron Shrinkage Defect

15th February 2011
The cast iron shrinkage has very large affect to the quality of iron castings. It will reduce the tensile strength and elongation, so the iron castings will be broken or penetrated at the shrinkage area. According to my working experience in Dandong Fo... Read >
Author: ironfoundry

EN-GJS-400 Ductile Iron

09th February 2011
The ductile iron grade of EN-GJS-400 is from Germany standard DIN EN 1563. It has been replaced by the standard DIN 1693, so the EN-GJS-400 has been changed into GGG40. However, according to the DIN EN 1563, this grade should include four grades as EN... Read >
Author: ironfoundry

Technical Information on liquid roof and Liquid Rubber

14th May 2010
Liquid Roof and Liquid Rubber need temperatures above 55 degrees to cure. The temps can go below 55 but the product will not begin curing again until the temp's go above 55 degrees. Chemical Resistance-Cured EPDM rubber is resistant to acids, alkalis an... Read >
Author: Webmaster liquidroof

What You Need to Know about Superfeet Insoles

24th September 2009
Whatever size, shape or problem your feet have, Superfeet Premium Insoles provide the care and comfort that sensitive feet require. Superfeet has a variety of insoles to help the weary walker, supercharged athlete, or simply the person with very few foot ... Read >
Author: Lisa Parker
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