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Synonyms for frangible

easily broken or damaged

Words related to frangible

capable of being broken

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The Linda was outstanding with every other brand of ammunition tested--even the lightweight frangible rounds.
Their Frangible C3 Compressed Copper Cartridge loads use compressed copper projectiles.
J-Pac Medical supports in-vitro diagnostic point-of-care applications by providing unit-of-use reagent blister & frangible seal reservoirs that integrate into various rapid testing platforms, including lateral flow, microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip/Card and microbiology applications.
J*Pac Medical supports in-vitro diagnostic point-of-care applications by providing unit-of-use reagent blister and frangible seal reservoirs that integrate into various rapid testing platforms, including lateral flow, microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip/ Card and microbiology applications.
Loads chosen consisted of Black Hills Ammunition's 230-grain +P J HP and 185-grain JHP, Hornady 230-grain XTP JHPs, Mag-Safe's 68-grain Super SWAT frangible and Wolf Performance Ammunition's 230-grain FMJ.
In case of blast frangible joints allow to maintain a clean interface and to quickly replace the roller.
There should have been fanfare, as there was when the eventing world came up with frangible pins that allow once-solid slabs of timber to dislodge themselves from obstacles if horses hit them with sufficient force.
The policy only permits the use of frangible ammunition, which is designed to break apart when it hits hard surfaces to protect against ricochet.
And with CCI's new Quiet-22 frangible ammo, the report is like a BB gun, enabling you to harvest small game without disturbing the area.
Some frangible bolts in the vehicle's front and rear wheel modules are designed to break during IED or land mine explosions.
The faster they go, the more frangible they become.
Pollite has won six major airfield contracts since the spring of 2010 and has seen its specialist frangible masts installed at commercial, civil and military airfields in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Australia.
The insulating sheath is of polymeric material embedded with a plurality of pellets, each pellet having a frangible shell containing a liquid sealing material that solidifies when the frangible shell is broken and thereby filling in any voids in the polymeric material.