Miyoshi and Noda developed a heat resisting material consisting of aromatic polyamides with terminal amino groups, polyphenylene ether, compatibilizers, and crystal nucleating agents.
What does HR stand for?
HR stands for Heat Resisting
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- Hazard Ratio
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- Hazardous Reagent
- Head Race
- Head Resident (college dormitory)
- Headquarters Regulation
- Healthcare Realty (various locations)
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- Heart Rate
- Heart Rhythm (cardiology)
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Summary: In an atmosphere where the mercury remains in excess of 45 degrees Celcius for nearly half of the year, an efficient and heat resisting building envelop is key to maintaining a cool ambience inside.
A heat resisting alloy recirculating blower is powered by a 7-1/2 hp motor with a v-belt drive.
CLASSIFICATION Pakistan's Paint Industry classifies its paints generally into six types as under:- Defence Service Paints: These are variously described as vehicle paints, camouflage paints, scamic paints, heat resisting paints, ammunition general service paints, radar paints, cellulose lacquers and enamels.
Ceramics Sialons are suitable for machining heat resisting alloys.
He joined the British Heat Resisting Company, founded by his father Mr Philip Gellcrrt in Lodge Street, Birmingham, in 1934 and after the company moved to Bilston in 1944 he eventually became managing director.