Environmental Stress Cracking Resistance The tests were conducted under laboratory conditions at 20[degrees]C.
What does ESCR stand for?
ESCR stands for Environmental Stress Cracking Resistance
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- Electrochemical Scanning Probe Microscopy
- East Stroudsburg Community Parent Teacher Student Association (Pennsylvania)
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- Electronic Social Care Records (UK)
- Elementary Stream Clock Reference
- embryonic stem cell research
- Entente Sportive Le Cannet-Rocheville (French sports club)
- European Society of Cardiac Radiology
- Extended Status Control Register (computer programming)
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- End Stage Chronic Renal Failure
- École Secondaire Catholique Régionale de Hawkesbury (French: Catholic Regional High School in Hawkesbury; Hawkesbury, Canada)
- Enhanced Scalability Concurrent Resource Manager (IBM)
- Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight
- Enhanced Services Contract Reporting Options (Scotland)
- Emergency School Construction and Rehabilitation Project
- European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
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This latter material providing optimal mechanical protection across the variety of logistical challenges involved in the handling of very heavy pipes, as well as high environmental stress cracking resistance (ESCR) and excellent resistance to chemicals and seawater.
The performance of these insulation materials is complemented when used in conjunction with Supersmooth semi-conductive compounds, which ensures better friction resistance to be pulled into ducts, lower shrinkage and excellent Environmental Stress Cracking Resistance in sea water.
Roseblade, "The Effect of Injection Moulding Processing Parameters on the Environmental Stress Cracking Resistance of Polycarbonate Mouldings," Materials Research Laboratories Report # MRL-R-924, Australia (August 1983).