There are 52 names in this directory beginning with the letter P.
The amount by which an elastic material fails to return to its original form after deformation.
The quality or condition of allowing passage of liquids or gases through a rubber layer.
The plane within a belt which undergoes neither stretching nor compression when the belt rounds the pulley, i.e., the neutral plane of the belt structure.
The simplest type of weave with both adjacent warp and filling yarns crossing over and under each other.
A material that contains as an essential ingredient one or more organic polymeric substances of large molecular weight, is solid in its finished state, can be shaped by flow.
A compounding ingredient which can change the physical and chemical properties and processibility of a polymeric compound.
The force required to separate two adjoining strength reinforcing members in a rubber product.
A macromolecular material formed by the chemical combination of monomers having either the same or different chemical composition.
A vulcanizer readily moved from one place to another, usually used for making field splices and repairs.
The period of time during which a reacting polymeric compound remains suitable for its intended use after having been mixed with a reaction-initiating agent.
Powered roller conveyor
A term used by the U.S. Postal Service to mean a live roller conveyor. See live roller conveyor.
A machine consisting of two or more heated plates which can be brought together and separated by hydraulic pressure or mechanical action.
Irregularities in the surface of a vulcanized product caused by the press ends or by corresponding irregularities in the press surface.
Small marks in the cover of a vulcanized belt where a roll with sharp needles had penetrated the uncured belt to allow trapped air in the uncured belt composite to escape.
Profile top cover
Belt surface having a series of continuous or interrupted, straight or curved ridges, across the belt at regular intervals to enhance the belts ability to move materials up inclines or down declines.
Pure gum compound
A natural rubber or isoprene compound containing only the ingredients necessary to process it, to protect it from aging, and to cause vulcanization.