ebonite


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Synonyms for ebonite

a hard nonresilient rubber formed by vulcanizing natural rubber

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The cap and barrel of the writing instrument are crafted from ebonite, a material that contains natural rubber with sulphur and linseed oil used in a model from 1909, and still manufactured according to a traditional process.
In addition, a recent segmentation analysis conducted by Ebonite International determined the target market for the Columbia 300 comprises young bowlers who a) bowl for fun; b) are career-oriented and focused on the future; c) enjoy active leisure-time, mostly on weekends; d) like bowling in groups, particularly for the social aspects; and e) gravitate toward brands that are fashionable, unique, and innovative.
Applying his Game 1 analysis, Bacero used his Ebonite Total NV on lane 14 for another strike.
On display in the virtual museum are a mini-collection of radio receivers, models of the last phone terminals made of ebonite produced in Romania, phone sets used on the battlefield in WW II, the first devices to measures frequencies used by the Authority experts as well as fixed telephone terminals dating from the early 20th century.
As the lead bowling ball designer at Ebonite International Inc., the Purdue University mechanical engineering graduate bowls 40 hours a month, works with two teams of people across several states, travels globally to share his rare expertise, and gets the opportunity to rub elbows with celebrities such as "Sugar" Shane Mosley and Swizz Beatz, who want him to design customized bowling balls.
Plastics and Ebonite. Determination of Indentation Hardness by Means of a Durometer (Shore hardness).
Here, four teams made up of five Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour competitors (because nothing says bowling like liquidating lumber) battle for bragging rights among four companies - Brunswick, Ebonite International, Storm Products and 900 Global - to prove who makes the best balls.
He considers the history and reasons for using rubber as a construction material, rubber compounding, problems with ebonite and their solutions, types and application procedures for rubber lining, design considerations for fabricating equipment suitable for rubber lining, chemical process plants and equipment, processibility and vulcanization tests, rubber to metal bonding, vulcanization technology, seawater systems, oil field environments, and other topics.
The new facilities, built on an area of a half-million square feet, were used to implement major projects such as the rubberlining of 38 steel vessels of 4.5 m dia and 12.3 m high with special WRAS-approved food-grade ebonite. The work was done for Degremont, France, for their Barka desalination plant in Oman and completed on schedule.
Indian company Khodiyar is one of the largest manufacturers of industrial rollers, trolleys, textile beams, rollers, shafts, rubber rollers, ebonite rolls and brush rolls for various industries.
Sua semelhanca com a madeira ebano gerou um outro nome comercial, Ebonite (Ebonite), e as p rimeiras ocorrencias de simulacao de materiais naturais por parte dos plasticos.
Lewis Waterman invented a pen with an ebonite support under the nib and grooves and ducts which allowed the ink to flow one way and air the other - the first reliable fountain pen.
The Kolsch collection shows us how, in the first 80 years of the plastics industry, products were made exclusively of biopolymers, most from renewable resources such as cellulose, casein, shellac, and ebonite. Here and there we stumble upon items made of plastic materials that most of us have never heard of, such as Bois Durci and kopal resin.
Bradford Crown Court heard yesterday how an undercover investigation codenamed Operation Ebonite was set up on the Dalton estate in the summer of 2005.
Control of the early Jewish/Christian or Ebonite church passed directly to James the Righteous, the brother of Jesus, him called Christ.