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Ikematsu improved slidability by adding to PC, at three to seven parts per hundred by weight, a silicone with grafted methacrylic ester and another unsaturated monomer.
1 to 5 parts per hundred parts resin (phr) of one or more wax and from 75 phr to 200 phr of one or more extenders wherein the one or more extenders is selected from the group consisting of barium sulfate, titanium dioxide, iron oxides, crystalline silica (quartz), calcium metasilicate, soda lime glass spheres, magnesium silicate, nepheline syenite, muscovite mica, diatomaceous earth, kaolin clay and calcium carbonate.
The first rubber compound and the second rubber compound each comprise at least 30 parts per hundred parts of rubber (phr) of silica.
The chamber is said to offer a compromise for customers' testing requirements between the factory standard single-lamp model producing ozone concentrations of 500 parts per hundred million (pphm) and the high-ozone five-lamp model producting 2,000 pphm.
The cationic curable resin and the free radical curable resin are each present in a weight ratio of 95:5 to 5:95 and when the cationic curable resin is chosen from aromatic epoxides, polyglycidyl compounds having an aromatic structure, epoxy novolac resins, and epoxy cresol resins the amount of the aromatic epoxides ranges from 20 to 80 parts per hundred resin, fusing the disposed coating powder with heat to form a powder coating; and curing the powder coating to achieve a gloss level of from 1 to 50 on a 60[degrees] Gardner Gloss scale.
The company uses its own-developed WVTR (Water Vapour Transmission) equipment, which can produce accurate and reliable results to better than one part per million--sometimes in the parts per hundreds of million range.
Rohm and Haas Company has been granted a patent for a light-emitting device having a coating formed from a coating powder of a composition comprising a binder resin system, between approximately 90 and 100 weight percent of the binder resin system comprising silicone resin, between approximately ten and 50 parts per hundred resin by weight of a filler selected from the group consisting of mica, calcium metasilicate, glass particles and mixtures thereof, the filler having aspect ratios between approximately eight and 40, and up to about three percent of a silicone cure catalyst.
Table 8--carbon black-filled compound formulation (amounts in parts per hundred rubber) Non-productive SSBR-A 137.